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  A 35-degree wind chill Tuesday morning. A mid-80s forecast today. A 50-degree swing isn’t that unusual for spring in Chicago, but the warm weather doesn’t necessarily mean we’ve broken out of our cool pattern yet — with some...

Back to the 80s. But are warm temps here to stay?

Updated: 5/8/2014 12:28 PM

  After weeks of defending the management of his troubled anti-violence program, Gov. Pat Quinn went on the attack Wednesday, criticizing his Republican opponent in front of a group of business leaders for not yet releasing a specific state budget...

Quinn, Rauner address Illinois business leaders

Updated: 5/8/2014 08:08 AM

  Two education company executives have paid for their freedom, in part, with diamonds and rubies. Jowhar Soultanali and his 34-year-old son, Kabir Kassam were recently accused in a $33 million fraud. The U.S. attorney’s office in Chicago says...

Execs pay bond with gems, other valuables

Updated: 5/8/2014 07:54 AM

  Des Plaines officials could begin making purchase offers by the end of the month to owners of flood-prone homes as a part of a voluntary federal buyout program. The proposed 21 buyouts would be among the first in Des Plaines history, a city where...

Des Plaines flood buyouts could begin later this month

Updated: 5/8/2014 05:49 AM

  Suburban mothers who are choosing to return to the workforce after taking time off to raise kids say they are finding widespread acceptance of their choices. “I think there's a respect for us that we were in the workforce and made a decision...

'Mom's point of view' benefits women returning to work

Updated: 5/8/2014 05:58 AM

  Commercial construction is ramping up in Hanover Park with roughly $6 million worth of projects in a business park along Turnberry Drive. About three miles away, the village has lured a propsective buyer to a long-vacant site near the fire...

Business park projects ramping up in Hanover Park

Updated: 5/8/2014 01:43 AM

  Harper College rolled out a stress-free zone Wednesday complete with furry counselors for students preparing for final exams. The Palatine campus enlisted Comfort Dogs to help students unwind from what can be a busy close to the semester.

Harper College students de-stress with furry counselors

Updated: 5/8/2014 12:27 AM

  The most vocal proponent of legalized video gambling on Island Lake's village board, Trustee Chuck Cermak on Thursday will again try to persuade his peers to allow the money-making operation in town.

Video gambling up for a vote again in Island Lake

Updated: 5/7/2014 11:03 PM

  Results of area high school softball games for Thursday, May 8.

Softball: Thursday, May 8 results

Updated: 5/9/2014 01:17 AM

  Results of area high school badminton meets for Thursday, May 8.

Girls badminton: Thursday, May 8 results

Updated: 5/9/2014 01:17 AM

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