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  Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, partially blind, her right arm paralyzed and limp, came face to face Thursday with the man who tried to kill her last year, standing beside her husband as he spoke of her struggles to recover from being shot...

Giffords stands by as husband speaks at shooter's sentencing

Updated: 11/8/2012 09:36 PM

  A former nursing assistant accused of stealing a credit card from an elderly dementia patient was released from the DuPage County Jail on Thursday after being charged with aggravated identity theft. Myra Gordon, 33, of Willowbrook, took the card...

Hinsdale nursing assistant charged with theft

Updated: 11/8/2012 05:14 PM

  Michael Axtell, 41, of Antioch Township pleaded not guilty in Lake County court Thursday to three counts of first degree murder. Axtell is accused of killing Tammy Stone, 40, in early October at the home they shared.

Antioch Township man pleads not guilty in death of ex-girlfriend

Updated: 11/8/2012 05:06 PM

  Chicago's Garfield Park Conservatory has received one of the highest honors given to museums and libraries.

Chicago's Garfield Park Conservatory honored

Updated: 11/9/2012 08:06 AM

  LAKE GENEVA, Wis. - Police say two adults were tied up by four boys who invaded their Lake Geneva home.

4 teens in custody for Lake Geneva home invasion

Updated: 11/9/2012 08:05 AM

  A lawsuit accuses the city of Chicago of unfairly refusing to waive a $100 registration fee for sex offenders who are too poor to pay.

Sex offenders sue over $100 registration fee

Updated: 11/9/2012 08:08 AM

  KABUL, Afghanistan - Roadside bombs and a suicide bomber killed 20 people in a spate of attacks across Afghanistan on Thursday, officials said.

Bombings across Afghanistan kill 20 people

Updated: 11/8/2012 09:59 AM

  Two men were arrested by Waukegan police and charged with unlawful posession of a controlled substance after getting busted with 5 pounds of crystal meth.

Five pounds of crystal meth confiscated, two arrested in Waukegan

Updated: 11/8/2012 01:00 PM

  A week and a half after Superstorm Sandy slammed the coast and inflicted tens of billions of dollars in damage, hundreds of thousands of customers in New York and New Jersey are still waiting for the electricity to come back on, and lots of cold and...

Frustration mounts over lingering power outage

Updated: 11/8/2012 07:52 PM

  More than 100 volunteers spent three hours Wednesday planting 2,012 American flags and turning Rotary Hill into Naperville's "Healing Field of Honor" for the first time since 2009. “When you get to the top of the hill and look down the view...

Naperville’s Healing Field of Honor returns

Updated: 11/8/2012 05:18 AM

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