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  Kane County's newest task force met Tuesday to explore how to eliminate cronyism from the Metra Board of Directors.

Kane County looks to eliminate cronies from Metra

Updated: 5/24/2011 05:47 PM

  Wheaton Warrenville Unit District 200 has identified two students who hurled slurs at Naperville North lacrosse players.

Two Dist. 200 students admit to taunting lacrosse players

Updated: 5/24/2011 05:31 PM

  Time is running out for authorities trying to catch the Wheaton Bandit. With the statute of limitations set to expire on Dec. 7, officials say they only have until then to charge the prolific armed bandit who pocketed about $150,000 in as many as 16...

FBI racheting up efforts to catch Wheaton Bandit

Updated: 5/25/2011 07:43 AM

  Batavia High School senior Sarah Ginter, injured in a May 16 crash that killed one of her friends, remains in intensive care at Delnor Hospital. Police have been unable to ask her about the crash, due to her injuries.

Batavia crash victim still in hospital

Updated: 5/24/2011 04:37 PM

  A Tuesday afternoon fire severely damaged a home in Prospect Heights.

Blaze damages Prospect Heights home

Updated: 5/24/2011 11:14 PM

  Once again, lawmakers are gearing up for a eleventh-hour debate over slot machines at Arlington Park and new casinos in Chicago, Lake County and elsewhere as lawmakers' annual session winds down.

Plan would add Arlington slots, a Lake County casino

Updated: 5/25/2011 08:13 AM

  A Gurnee attorney accused of possession of cocaine was placed on probation for 18 months Tuesday after pleading guilty to a reduced charge.

Gurnee lawyer makes pleads guilty in drug case

Updated: 5/24/2011 04:39 PM

  Naperville North High School's Memorial Peace Garden will be dedicated in honor of Army Staff Sgt. Andrew R. Pokorny and Marine Cpl. Anthony G. Mihalo - both graduates of the school.

Naperville North dedicates Memorial Garden to fallen alumni

Updated: 5/24/2011 03:22 PM

  Lake Villa Elementary District 41 has received a $10,000 donation from the Adolph and Eleanor Glabowicz Foundation to be used for technology.

District 41 receives $10,000 grant

Updated: 5/24/2011 02:22 PM

  Teachers and staff in Indian Prairie Unit District 204 won't be friending students anytime soon, but they can use some social networking tools to enhance instruction and communication under guidelines that will be implemented during the next school...

Dist. 204 adopting social networking guidelines

Updated: 5/24/2011 01:22 PM

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