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Updated: 5/23/2016 09:29 AM

  Kokomo family's faith tested by baby's 9-month hospitalization for rare medical condition

Kokomo family tested by baby's rare medical condition

Updated: 5/26/2016 08:54 AM

  Inmates in rural Indiana county jail 'pioneer' new approach to drug-addiction treatment

Rural Indiana jail inmates try new drug treatment approach

Updated: 5/26/2016 09:01 AM

  The Soapbox: A special retirement in Elgin U-46, questionable doubts in Rolling Meadows, encouraging clean energy in Naperville and more. Daily Herald editors offer brief thoughts on suburban topics in the news.

The Soapbox: A special retirement in Elgin U-46, questionable doubts in Rolling Meadows, encouraging clean energy in Naperville and more.

Updated: 5/27/2016 05:50 PM

  In one of your recent editorials, you posed a question, “What is the benefit to democracy of increasing voter turnout if those added voters in large part may be uninformed?” You continue on to imply that those...

Access to democracy should be all-inclusive

Updated: 5/27/2016 02:06 PM

  A Lake Bluff letter to the editor: In my opinion, and what must be shared by many, the notion that those bewildered about their sex should be free to use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice, lest their feelings be bruised is not only...

Transgender demands erode others’ rights

Updated: 5/27/2016 02:06 PM

  The League of Women Voters of Chicago is alarmed at the size and significance of the cuts facing the Chicago Public Schools. Cuts of this magnitude will quickly destroy much of the improvement that has been made, slowly and painstakingly, in...

Cuts to Chicago schools hurt entire state

Updated: 5/27/2016 02:06 PM

  A St. Charles letter to the editor: The Kane County Liquor Commission showed admirable responsibility by doing their due diligence with regard to deciding whether to grant a liquor license for the proposed Hideaway 64 venue last week.

Restaurant belongs on main thoroughfare

Updated: 5/27/2016 02:06 PM

  A Hoffman Estates letter to the editor: With Memorial Day coming up along with all of the conflicts that the ultimate price was paid for our freedoms that we enjoy, thank you to all of those brave veterans.

Also remember Cold War veterans

Updated: 5/27/2016 02:06 PM

  A Winfield letter to the editor: What I find most disturbing in the article about Trooper Cokins is that Leslie W. Thurow, the habitual drunk who nearly killed this man and let’s not forget the family of seven she hit causing their car to...

DUI offenders getting off lightly is offensive

Updated: 5/27/2016 02:06 PM

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