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  A Willowbrook man falsely reported himself kidnapped in a scheme to get a $1,000 ransom from his family, police said today. Dorian Ford, 19, has been charged with felony disorderly conduct for filing a false crime report, authorities said.

Cops: Willowbrook teen staged own kidnapping

Updated: 2/8/2012 06:31 PM

  A Republican candidate for the Lake County Board believes county officials should get out of the golf business. His primary opponent disagrees.

Lake County board candidate wants out of the golf business

Updated: 2/9/2012 01:27 PM

  A 27-year-old Aurora woman Wednesday was sentenced to seven years in prison for causing a May 2009 crash that killed a St. Charles couple and injured 12 others on a motorcycle ride.

Aurora woman gets 7-year sentence for crash that killed 2, injured 12

Updated: 2/8/2012 07:30 PM

  Shoppers recognize the ubiquitous bull's-eye symbol as an indicator of a Target store in the neighborhood — except in Vernon Hills. That's because corporate logos weren't allowed on signs in the retail rich community when Target came to town...

Vernon Hills Target might get bull's-eye logo after 20 years

Updated: 2/9/2012 06:44 AM

  The Rev. Jesse Jackson made a rare suburban visit Wednesday: To Lombard to buy stock in a company accused of racial discrimination. He was accompanied by former ThyssenKrupp Elevator employee Montrelle Reese, who says supervisors and co-workers...

Jesse Jackson calls for changes at ThyssenKrupp Elevator

Updated: 2/9/2012 06:45 AM

  Those who exhibit exceptional volunteer service in Carol Stream were recognized last weekend at the 2011 Carol Stream Citizen of the Year awards. A total of 14 people were nominated for the awards. All who are nominated in the Judge's Recognition...

Carol Stream honors volunteers with citizen awards

Updated: 2/8/2012 03:41 PM

  North Central College will bring the world to Naperville on Sunday when it plays host to its annual "Around the Corner, Around the World" International Festival. Participants will be able to take quick-hit language lessons, as well as sample ethnic...

North Central fest offers taste of different cultures

Updated: 2/8/2012 03:20 PM

  House Speaker John Boehner accused the Obama administration Wednesday of an "unambiguous attack on religious freedom," promising that Congress will reverse a new policy requiring religious schools and hospitals to provide employees with free birth...

Boehner: Congress to overturn birth control policy

Updated: 2/8/2012 03:11 PM

  A Hanover Park man accused of selling methamphetamine to undercover police officers was jailed Wednesday on $750,000 bail. Marc Cajigal, 46, told police the drugs came from California, prosecutors said.

Hanover Park man arrested on meth dealing charges

Updated: 2/8/2012 02:17 PM

  It was 2009 and the Big Three automakers were barely surviving. After accepting an unpopular government bailout, General Motors and Chrysler dealerships closed across the country, including some suburban fixtures such as Saturn of Lake Barrington...

As auto show opens, suburban car dealers back in drive

Updated: 2/9/2012 06:47 AM

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