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  Four people are charged with forgery, accused of trying to cash fraudulent checks at a St Charles Chase bank branch. And while they were being arrested on those charges, South Elgin police showed up to say they think the four also did this at a...

St. Charles police say 4 face forgery felony charges

Updated: 12/7/2011 06:05 PM

  The DuPage County Forest Preserve isn't ready to give up its push to forcibly acquire a golf course in northwest Naperville. A week after the district's effort to buy Country Lakes Country Club suffered a legal setback, forest preserve commissioners...

Legal fight over Naperville golf course continues

Updated: 12/7/2011 11:38 PM

  James Ealy testified Wednesday that police threatened him and repeatedly refused to allow him to talk to a lawyer in the days leading up to Ealy being charged with killing a restaurant manager. Ealy, 47, is charged with first-degree murder in the...

Defendant in Lindenhurst murder says police threatened him

Updated: 12/7/2011 06:01 PM

  Three out-of-state men are being held on $500,000 bail after conning a Waukegan woman into sending them $47,000 needed to import a safe full of cash from Africa, according to police.

Police: 3 charged after conning woman out of $47,000

Updated: 12/7/2011 08:29 PM

  Geneva Police Wednesday released a photo of the man they think robbed a bank Monday in the downtown area. The photo was taken from security video footage.

Security footage shows possible Geneva bank robbery suspect

Updated: 12/7/2011 05:48 PM

  Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says the 14-year sentenced handed to his predecessor Rod Blagojevich is stiff but necessary.

Quinn: Blagojevich sentence stiff, but necessary

Updated: 12/7/2011 04:30 PM

  Ten gold coins valued at nearly $5,000 found their way into four Salvation Army kettles in Lake County earlier this month. The coins will be sold by an independent dealer and the money will go to the Waukegan Corps.

Lake County Salvation Army kettles strike gold

Updated: 12/7/2011 04:34 PM

  Jurors who found Rod Blagojevich guilty of federal corruption charges earlier this year did not have to show up to court Wednesday to watch a judge impose the prison sentence they all knew was coming. But they believed they owed him — and...

Suburban jurors: Judge made right call in Blago sentencing

Updated: 12/7/2011 07:25 PM

  Political analysts say they're not convinced that ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich's stiff 14-year sentence will deter others from engaging in public corruption.

Some doubt Blago sentence will deter corruption

Updated: 12/7/2011 03:28 PM

  U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald says the 14-year sentence handed to former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich sends a strong message to all public officials when it comes to corruption.

Fitzgerald: Blagojevich sentence sends message

Updated: 12/7/2011 03:24 PM

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