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  Park Ridge resident Gail Wise didn't know she was getting anything special when she drove away from a Chicago Ford dealership in the spring of 1964 in the first Mustang ever sold. Wise paid $3,347 for the car, happy to have a convertible. It wasn't...

First Ford Mustang owner helps welcome new model

Updated: 12/5/2013 03:00 PM

  A Detroit man who was shot in the Oakbrook Center mall while trying to rob a jewelry store with a sledgehammer was sentenced Thursday to eight years in prison. Levert Jones, 25, was shot by a security guard in June after using a 4-pound sledgehammer...

DuPage County judge sentences would-be jewelry thief to 8 years

Updated: 12/5/2013 02:13 PM

  A prosecutor says Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston will not be charged in a sexual assault case. State Attorney Willie Meggs made the announcement Thursday. The 19-year-old Heisman Trophy candidate was accused of raping a female student in...

Seminoles QB Winston will not be charged in sex assault case

Updated: 12/5/2013 01:14 PM

  Rolling Meadows residents who miss their post office have gained a short reprieve for the holiday season. U.S. Postal Service employees will bring a truck to city hall, 3600 Kirchoff Road, for two Saturdays before Christmas to help residents who...

Rolling Meadows getting temporary post office for holidays

Updated: 12/5/2013 01:45 PM

  A woman accused of stealing from the Frederick School PTO agreed to pay $10,000 to the organization in Lake County court Thursday. Elizabeth Bako, 42, signed the restitution agreement with the parent teacher organization prior to her trial beginning...

Authorities: Woman to pay restitution in Grayslake PTO theft

Updated: 12/5/2013 12:32 PM

  A 54-year-old Antioch man accused of killing his wife and mother in the apartment the three shared pleaded not guilty to numerous counts of murder in Lake County court Thursday. Billy Varner remains held in jail without bond for using a machete to...

Varner pleads not guilty in Antioch murder case

Updated: 12/5/2013 01:18 PM

  The Palatine police and fire departments came out in force this week to join the village council in honoring Pat and Mac McCoy and their Yellow Ribbon Support Group. The couple decided this year to shut down Yellow Ribbon after a decade in which...

Palatine honors couple behind Yellow Ribbon Support Group

Updated: 12/5/2013 07:59 PM

  A Wisconsin man charged with reckless homicide and aggravated DUI for killing one pedestrian and injuring another in a Waukegan traffic accident hours after using heroin pleaded not guilty in Lake County court early Thursday. Aaron B. Stoen, 26, of...

Man pleads not guilty in Waukegan fatal crash

Updated: 12/5/2013 10:09 AM

  The Chicago Transit Authority is planning a $492 million upgrade to a portion of the agency's rail lines that could cut 10 minutes off the time to travel between O'Hare International Airport and the city's downtown.

CTA to upgrade trains from O'Hare, downtown

Updated: 12/5/2013 05:39 PM

  Rock 'n' roll helped bridge the gap between generations Wednesday in Glen Ellyn. Seniors from Sunrise Senior Living joined about 45 preschoolers at Arbor View Elementary School for a music program called "Little Wing," presented by the Glen Ellyn...

Rock 'n' roll brings generations together in Glen Ellyn

Updated: 12/4/2013 11:56 PM

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