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  More torrential rain worsened flooding in the Midwest, spawning high water that swept away an Iowa teenager, caused a traffic nightmare near one of the nation’s busiest airports and threatened to swamp a Missouri town for the fifth time in...

More torrential rain worsens Midwest flooding

Updated: 7/1/2014 06:22 PM

  The commute from Trevor and Beth Farina's home in Marengo to Advocate Sherman Hospital in Elgin is typically a 35-minute drive. Early Monday morning he made it there in 20, and it still wasn't fast enough. Beth gave birth to the couple's son on the...

Marengo woman gives birth to son on tollway

Updated: 7/2/2014 05:19 AM

  Police in Naperville and Carol Stream again are among the state’s leaders in DUI arrests based on an annual survey by the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists. For the seventh consecutive year, the Rockford Police Department ranked first...

Naperville, Carol Stream cops near top in Illinois DUI arrests

Updated: 7/2/2014 06:01 AM

  Republican state Sen. Jim Oberweis wants Democratic U.S. Sen Dick Durbin to agree to seven debates in their race for U.S. Senate.

Oberweis wants to square off with Durbin seven times

Updated: 7/1/2014 05:11 PM

  A group of Elgin Area School District U-46 elementary school teachers will visit Ghana over winter break to train teachers there on how to use storybooks and computers in their classrooms. The effort is part of the Books for Ghana project led by...

U-46 educators to train teachers in Ghana

Updated: 7/1/2014 04:56 PM

  The first full-day of Ventra or cash only transactions at Pace and CTA have gone smoothly, according to transit agency officials. Nearly a year since it's ill-fated introduction, the Ventra card fare system allows commuters to switch between the two...

This time, Ventra launch going smoothly so far

Updated: 7/1/2014 04:38 PM

  The Illinois Attorney General’s office has filed a lawsuit against the Aurora Sportsmen’s Club, seeking damages and clean up of lead shot deposited on several acres at the Bliss Woods Forest Preserve, where the club used to shoot until...

Aurora Sportsmen’s Club sued over contamination at Sugar Grove site

Updated: 7/1/2014 08:10 PM

  A lightning strike may have sparked a fire that caused roughly $75,000 damage Monday night to a house in Naperville. Firefighters said they were called around 9:45 p.m. and arrived to find a fire in the attic of the house on the 3600 block of...

Lightning strike suspected in Naperville house fire

Updated: 7/1/2014 04:08 PM

  On the same day it ruled Hobby Lobby could hold religious views under federal law, the U.S. Supreme Court granted Wheaton College temporary relief from a mandate to provide contraceptives to female employees, according to a news release from The...

U.S. Supreme Court grants Wheaton College relief from contraceptive mandate

Updated: 7/1/2014 12:18 PM

  What was supposed to be a three-day project to resurface Naperville’s Parkview parking lot near the downtown train station now will take at least two more weeks, officials said. Crews working over the weekend at the lot discovered foundation...

Naperville’s Parkview lot closed two additional weeks

Updated: 7/1/2014 11:29 AM

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