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  Buildup inside a wood-burning stove caught fire inside a Burlington house Saturday morning, leaving the home uninhabitable, officials said. The daughter of the homeowners was asleep when the fire broke out, and a neighbor knocked on the door to wake...

Neighbor awakens girl during Burlington house fire

Updated: 4/1/2012 08:38 PM

  Sharp-eyed dog walkers along the San Francisco Bay waterfront may have spotted a strange-looking plane zipping overhead recently that that looked strikingly like the U.S. stealth drone captured by Iran in December. A few key differences: The flying...

Drones coming to a sky near you as interest surges

Updated: 4/1/2012 07:19 PM

  NEW YORK - When the 1940 census records are released Monday, Verla Morris can consider herself a part of living history.

1940 census records include 21 million still alive

Updated: 4/1/2012 07:19 PM

  Lynn Schroder attended her first Seder Sunday to learn more about Jewish culture. The St. Charles woman was one of several newcomers to the tradition Sunday as Fox Valley Jewish Neighbors in Geneva held the model...

Model Seder teaches history of Jewish holiday

Updated: 4/1/2012 04:58 PM

  North Aurora police will learn more about autism this month as part of the department's participation in Autism Awareness Month. The effort includes training seminars to teach officers and other employees about dealing with those affected by the...

North Aurora police to learn autism awareness

Updated: 4/1/2012 02:48 PM

  Warrenville police are investigating a fiery one-car crash on Diehl Road west of Winfield Road this morning that left one person dead. Police are withholding identification of the victim pending notification of the family.

Person killed in fiery Warrenville crash

Updated: 4/1/2012 10:54 AM

  Workers will begin a $20 million project to remove radioactive material Sunday at McDowell Grove Forest Preserve near Naperville. This will complete the DuPage Forest Preserve's portion of a toxic waste cleanup that has spanned more than 7 miles of...

Radioactive cleanup starts at McDowell Grove near Naperville

Updated: 4/1/2012 06:31 AM

  Zion is fighting back in court against the Lake County Fielders' parent company, claiming in a lawsuit the independent baseball team owes nearly $500,000 for unpaid rent, real-estate taxes and damage to stadium equipment.

Zion suit demands Fielders pay back rent

Updated: 4/1/2012 06:30 AM

  The famous two-faced cat named Frank/Louie was on his way to be euthanized as a kitten until a group of compassionate people decided to give him a chance to live.

Two-faced feline proves all animals deserve a chance

Updated: 3/29/2012 02:26 PM

  St. Peter's Church in Antioch is seeking donations for their Rummage Sale.

Rummage Sale Donations Needed

Updated: 4/2/2012 08:48 AM

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