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  Fearing storms would derail a family camping trip at a Wisconsin state park, Kevin R. Spahr wanted to come home Saturday, two days into the four-day excursion with his son, Kyle and daughter, Allison. But Allison, 10, of Cary, persuaded him to let...

Cary girl killed while camping 'a cheerful sweetheart'

Updated: 6/3/2014 05:35 AM

  A 34-year-old Schaumburg man is facing federal child pornography charges after a recent undercover FBI operation. Kurt S. Mayer, whose most recent address is listed in the 200 block of Sheffield Drive, was arrested Friday, prosecutors said. He is...

Schaumburg man charged in FBI child porn sting

Updated: 6/2/2014 02:21 PM

  A judge set bail at $1 million Monday for a 34-year-old Elgin parolee involved in a crash last week that killed a Carpentersville man. Assistant State's Attorney Katie Doyen argued to Judge William Parkhurst for a $2 million bail, noting Steven...

Elgin parolee in fatal crash, police chase held on $1 million bail

Updated: 6/3/2014 08:52 AM

  Wauconda’s interim police chief, Patrick Yost, could soon lose the “interim” from his title. The village board will be asked Tuesday to hire him as the town’s chief, seven months after Mayor Frank Bart unilaterally named...

Wauconda board could name Yost police chief, losing interim tag

Updated: 6/2/2014 04:34 PM

  The Cubs are through exactly one-third of the 2014 baseball season as they open a homestand against the New York Mets. The starting pitching has been solid for the most part, and the bullpen has been OK. But the offense is lagging behind the pace...

Cubs of 2014 not much different than 2013

Updated: 6/3/2014 12:27 AM

  Jose Abreu came off the 15-day disabled list Monday and made an immediate impact with a 2-run homer against the Dodgers. Last week, Indians manager Terry Francona said the addition of Abreu and Adam Eaton has made the White Sox a better team.

Abreu hits homer in return to White Sox’ lineup

Updated: 6/3/2014 12:24 AM

  Just this side of the glamorous, prosperous world of sports sits a proud man in a wheelchair asking for spare change or perhaps even a spare dollar bill. Outside the United Center recently his name was Willie.

A lot of pride and a little spare change

Updated: 6/2/2014 08:36 PM

  The road to one Stanley Cup is the hockey equivalent of climbing Everest. The attempt to repeat is akin to climbing Everest twice in consecutive days. The Hawks were a bounce away from the summit.

'Shocked' Hawks were one bounce away from the summit

Updated: 6/3/2014 12:14 AM

  Maybe, just maybe, Rafael Nadal was a tad vulnerable, the thinking went before this French Open. Well, leave it to the eight-time French Open champion’s upcoming quarterfinal opponent — 2013 runner-up David Ferrer, one of the men who...

Vulnerable? Bad back? Nadal keeps winning in Paris

Updated: 6/2/2014 06:34 PM

  Undrafted cornerback Al Louis-Jean has signed a three-year contract with the Chicago Bears, team officials announced Monday.

Bears sign cornerback from Boston College

Updated: 6/2/2014 04:24 PM

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