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  A Zion woman's boyfriend who came to her defense at a New Year's party and shot another man in the neck has been charged, according to police.

Man shot in the neck at Winthrop Harbor New Year's party

Updated: 1/3/2012 08:01 PM

  Vote by precious vote, Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney battled improbably to a virtual draw early Wednesday in Iowa's Republican presidential caucuses, the opening round in the race to pick a challenger to President Barack Obama in the fall.

Romney declared winner over Santorum, by 8 votes

Updated: 1/4/2012 05:38 AM

  D'Andre Howard, who is awaiting trail for the murder of three people in Hoffman Estates, filed a federal lawsuit against Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart and two Cook County prison officers, saying they failed to protect him during a fight in the jail...

Suspect in Hoffman murders files suit after jail fight

Updated: 1/4/2012 06:19 AM

  The rates are up, but it's unknown yet if drivers are flocking to other routes to avoid higher Illinois tollway charges. For I-PASS users, fees jumped by nearly 100 percent or about 35 to 45 cents at most toll plazas on Sunday. Ramp fees also...

Too soon to tell if drivers will avoid toll fees

Updated: 1/3/2012 06:05 PM

  Two men tried to lure a Algonquin Middle School sixth-grader into their van Tuesday morning at the same bus stop where a student was approached by a man in 2010, according to school district officials.

Student approached by van at Carpentersville bus stop

Updated: 1/3/2012 05:30 PM

  The McHenry County Board has approved a settlement that pays a portion of the legal fees that McHenry County State's Attorney Louis Bianchi and his assistant Joyce Synek incurred when they were fighting to clear their names in court. Tuesday...

McHenry County to pay some of Bianchi, secretary's legal fees

Updated: 1/3/2012 04:54 PM

  An Elmhurst College student is facing a hate crime charge for carving anti-African-American sentiments into a window ledge outside a dormitory, authorities said Tuesday. Myles G. Burton, 21, of Libertyville, was being held in the DuPage County jail...

Libertyville man charged with hate crime at Elmhurst College

Updated: 1/3/2012 05:08 PM

  Attorneys for the Carpentersville woman convicted of murdering a toddler at a day care center added arguments Monday to their previously filed motion for a new trial.

Attorneys in Carpentersville case bolster motion for new trial

Updated: 1/3/2012 03:54 PM

  A romance that blossomed out of an act of chivalry involving co-workers at a Comcast call center in Schaumburg produced Cook County's first marriage license of 2012. After lining up at 2:30 a.m. at the Daley Center in Chicago, Diana Basner and...

Romance blossomed in Schaumburg for couple with first wedding license

Updated: 1/3/2012 09:17 PM

  Senate President John Cullerton says he expects lawmakers to take another run at gambling expansion in 2012, but "It'll take some time." When legislators tried last year, Gov. Pat Quinn said he'd veto the approved gambling plan. A separate revised...

Illinois lawmakers could try for gambling expansion again

Updated: 1/3/2012 03:17 PM

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