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  Flooded streets, parking lots and basements, submerged vehicles, delays in air travel and lightning-sparked fires all struck the North, Northwest and West suburbs throughout the day. And our readers were out in force documenting the aftermath.

Images: Readers' storm pictures

Updated: 7/23/2011 07:44 PM

  Jean H. Lee, The Associated Press bureau chief in Seoul, and David Guttenfelder, AP's chief Asia photographer, have made numerous reporting trips to North Korea in recent years. They were granted unprecedented access on their latest journey to...

A glimpse into daily life in North Korea

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:05 AM

  Sparkman, Ark., has been dying for decades, losing more than half of its population since 1950. It has virtually no jobs. And its lone school is on the brink of closing. Now the community is trying to save itself by tapping into the...

Dying town invests in children to save itself

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:19 AM

  A pet meomorial in Calhoun, Ky., will offer a place to thank firefighters and other first-responders, both for what they'd done in New York on Sept. 11 and locally, rescuing animals from the burning shelter.

A memorial to lost pets will include 9/11 steel

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:19 AM

  By this September - the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks - the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey plans to dispatch more than 1,100 artifacts to fire and police departments, schools and churches, museums and military bases in every...

A decade later, firefighters bring 9/11 home

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:19 AM

  An angel sculpture and pieces of Sept. 11 wreckage are part of a public art piece to honor young shooting victim Christina-Taylor Green in Tuscon.

An angel rises from Trade Center steel

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:19 AM

  After two consecutive seasons of sellout performances, Michael Ingersoll and the recent stars from Chicago's long-running production of the hit Broadway musical Jersey Boys are returning to Elgin Community College's Arts Center for another curtain...

Your news 'Jersey Boys' cast to return to ECC for concert

Updated: 7/21/2011 03:20 PM

  They have one eye on Washington and the other on Wall Street. Investors are paying close attention because the contentious debate in Congress could have very serious implications for their 401(k) accounts.

Retirement investors await debt ceiling solution

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:19 AM

  Mortgage industry employees are still signing documents they haven't read and using fake signatures more than eight months after big banks and mortgage companies promised to stop the illegal practices that led to a nationwide halt of home...

Mortgage 'robo-signing' still goes on

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:20 AM

  So what should you do if you're worried about a U.S. government default? Here are five things to keep in mind.

With default looming, what investors should do now

Updated: 7/23/2011 01:21 AM

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