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  A 7-month-old baby who disappeared from Baltimore with his teenage sitter was found Monday in Washington, police said.

Police: Missing baby, teen sitter found in DC

Updated: 7/25/2011 09:12 AM

  Rep. Dan Burton criticized the White House last September for ignoring the persistent violence and unrest in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir. Barack Obama, he noted, pledged during the 2008 presidential campaign to defuse what long has...

India, Pakistan vie for US backing

Updated: 7/25/2011 08:14 AM

  When Mike Quade took over as manager of the Cubs last August, it was a dream come true for the local boy from Prospect High School. This season has been not gone the way Quade and the Cubs would have liked. In a Q and A with the Daily Herald, he...

Cubs' Quade: It's a tough dream job

Updated: 7/25/2011 04:38 PM

  The confessed terrorist hoped to trigger a nationalist revolution in Norway. But his double act of mass murder and destruction seems to have stirred only dignified defiance in this wealthy, idealistic nation renowned for its commitment to peace.

Norway seeks to keep peace amid homegrown terror

Updated: 7/25/2011 03:21 PM

  Mitsuwa Marketplace in Arlington Heights will host the colorful Bon-Dancing festival Aug. 6. The traditional Japanese festival, it will have authentic food, entertainment and even a jazz concert.

Arlington Heights' Mitsuwa hosts Japanese festival

Updated: 7/25/2011 11:30 AM

  Grayslake Elementary District 46 board member Shannon Smigielski is pushing for a program that would have each of seven elected officials "adopt" a school. “For me, it's more about appreciation of the staff," she said.

Grayslake Dist. 46 board ponders ‘adopt-a-school' program

Updated: 7/25/2011 12:21 PM

  The McHenry County Historical Society Committee recently put a historical plaque on the Dr. Franklin and Mrs. Rilla Alford home, located in the village of Lakewood at 1110 S. Shore Drive. The house was part of the 'New Look' of modern architecture.

Historical society gives plaque to Alford home

Updated: 7/25/2011 09:53 AM

  The Lake Zurich-based Ela Theater Company will perform two musicals July 28—31 at the Wauconda High School Performing Arts Center.

Ela Theater Company presents ‘Oklahoma,’ ‘Seussical Jr.’

Updated: 7/25/2011 04:25 PM

  After more than two years, the Lake County Fair Association is settled at its sprawling new digs on Peterson Road in Grayslake. But in some ways, the long-standing celebration of agriculture will be starting fresh when the 83rd annual fair opens...

Lake County Fair opening signals fresh start

Updated: 7/25/2011 03:12 PM

  Real estate mogul Neil Bluhm, one of the richest men in Chicago with about $1.8 billion, took a gamble on building the new Rivers Casino in Des Plaines after investing 10 years and about $8 million. So what's next? "I’m a terrible golfer, so...

Rivers Casino dealmaker eyes the next big project

Updated: 7/25/2011 05:44 AM

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