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  Illinois lawmakers are pushing legislation to get 85 idle Illinois State Police squad cars back in service.

Bill would get Illinois police cruisers on road

Updated: 4/23/2014 04:11 PM

  Authorities say one person died after a van collided with an empty Chicago Transit Authority bus on the city’s South Side.

1 person dies after van slams into CTA bus

Updated: 4/23/2014 04:10 PM

  Authorities in central Illinois have jailed a 24-year-old tuberculosis patient for disobeying a court order to stay in his home while his condition is infectious.

Infectious TB patient jailed

Updated: 4/23/2014 04:08 PM

  Illinois agriculture officials say there have been hundreds of cases in Illinois of a deadly pig virus that’s been spreading across the country for the past year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture just announced last week that hog farmers...

Hundreds of cases of pig virus reported in Illinois

Updated: 4/23/2014 04:06 PM

  Deborah Greenswag is director of operations at Temple Chai, A Reform Jewish congregation in Long Grove. In 2013, the temple introduced the theme of Hineini or “I’m here to make a difference” to the congregation. Greenswag...

Temple Chai member travels to South Africa to make a difference

Updated: 4/23/2014 02:47 PM

  Schaumburg Police Chief James Lamkin and others underscored the need for early children education by visiting a Schaumburg classroom this week and reciting statistics that say the earlier school starts, the less likely kids are to turn to crime as...

Law enforcement leaders says early education lessens crime

Updated: 4/23/2014 01:10 PM

  Two Carpentersville firefighters originally scheduled to lose their jobs at the end of the month will remain on duty, thanks to a scheduling agreement the village inked with the firefighters' union that will save about $85,000 in overtime...

Carpentersville firefighters won’t lose jobs

Updated: 4/23/2014 02:49 PM

  A former St. Charles East student argues in a lawsuit that she was bullied, assaulted and hazed by her drill team teammates after being diagnosed with ADHD in summer 2010 and that school officials and coaches did nothing to stop it. Daniela Kapusta,...

Former St. Charles East student sues over bullying, hazing

Updated: 4/23/2014 02:12 PM

  The Lake County Haven Women’s Auxiliary announces its 22nd Annual Gala called “A Little Night’s Magic ... Can Make a Big Difference” Saturday, May 3.

Lake County Haven to host 22nd annual gala

Updated: 4/23/2014 12:33 PM

  At times, from listening to and thinking about sad situations, I noticed I wasn’t smiling as much. I realized I need to be more conscious to make an effort to smile often, says columnist Annettee Budzban.

Share God’s love with a simple smile

Updated: 4/23/2014 11:33 AM

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