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  The neoclassical building that housed the city's post office for many years has unique historic architecture that dates back to 1917, which the Charleston Historic Preservation Commission is working hard to make sure is protected. Elisa Roberts,...

Effort on to save Charleston building

Updated: 3/21/2013 07:35 AM

  A Mosinee man is accused of bigamy after his wife of seven months told police he already was married. Forty-five-year-old Timothy Swinea is charged with three felonies — bigamy, bail jumping and making a false statement on a marriage license.

Wis. man accused of bigamy

Updated: 3/21/2013 07:33 AM

  A northwestern Indiana teacher who wrote a threatening message on his classroom blackboard has been placed on administrative leave. The Lake Station School Board approved leave Wednesday for Edison High School business teacher Jeff Kincaid, who's...

Indiana teacher who wrote threatening message on leave

Updated: 3/21/2013 07:33 AM

  Police say seven people were shot and wounded at a Chicago nightclub when a fight broke out during a rap concert. Police spokesman John Mirabelli says three men pulled guns and began firing around 1:15 a.m. Thursday at Mr. G's Supper Club and...

7 shot at Chicago nightclub during rap concert

Updated: 3/21/2013 07:33 AM

  Closing arguments are set for a Cook County commissioner's federal tax-evasion trial in Chicago. Jurors will begin deliberating on a verdict after closings Thursday morning in William Beavers' case. The often-theatrical Sam Adam Jr. is delivering...

Closings, deliberations set for Beavers trial

Updated: 3/21/2013 07:33 AM

  A northern Indiana woman who was pulled off of a city bus and fatally shot along a busy street had recently filed for a protective order against the man police say killed her.

Ind. bus slaying victim had filed protective order

Updated: 3/21/2013 07:33 AM

  Dawn Patrol: Sweeping pension bill fails, smaller pension bill doesn't, yet. Grayslake District 46 to lay off teachers. Elgin gives grants despite dissenter. Roselle forum addresses heroin crisis. Judge to rule on hearsay in Darien triple-murder...

Dawn Patrol: Pension bill progress? Grayslake Dist. 46 layoffs

Updated: 3/21/2013 04:48 AM

  Need a heart-bypass, a new kidney or a 3-inch framing nail removed from your forehead, and you don't have the luxury of scheduling a surgery to meet your TV-watching desires. But an Elgin urology clinic offers men a surgery combo that includes a...

You want pizza, TV and basketball with that vasectomy?

Updated: 3/21/2013 08:33 AM

  College of DuPage is hosting an archaeological field studies trip to central Europe this year from Monday, May 27, to Friday, June 28. Enrollments for this experience are still being taken.

College of DuPage Archaeological Program Offers Field Training Experience in Europe

Updated: 3/21/2013 09:59 AM

  April showers bring May flowers. Come and join us in creating a free spring flower craft at the Bartlett Depot Museum.

Bartlett Depot Spring Craft

Updated: 3/21/2013 09:57 AM

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