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  Retired CBS anchorman Dan Rather says his lawsuit against his former network was worth it, even though the $70 million breach-of-conduct case was rejected by New York courts. In his new book, “Rather Outspoken,” due out Monday, he said...

Rather's suit against CBS was worth it, he writes

Updated: 4/25/2012 12:38 PM

  An unexpected $176,800 windfall from the state means Huntley can add yet another road improvment project to its schedule. "The state keeps threatening to take local money away because they're in trouble, so we really are never sure about what we're...

More state money lets Huntley do more road projects

Updated: 4/26/2012 04:27 PM

  After years of planning and discussion, the Mount Prospect Park Board approved a bid for a permanent veterans memorial in Lions Memorial Park, which could open as soon as early 2013. "I'm one of six sons that served in the military. This means an...

Veterans memorial approved in Mount Prospect

Updated: 4/26/2012 12:08 AM

  Villa Park has named acting Police Chief Robert Pavelchik Jr. as the official chief of the department. Pavelchik was named acting chief in January after village officials removed Chief John Heidelmeier.

Villa Park promotes acting police chief to top spot

Updated: 4/26/2012 12:11 AM

  It took Sidney Finkel more than 50 years to talk about being a survivor of the Holocaust, but he has since realized it's the talking that keeps him from being consumed with rage and hatred. He held a group of Wheeling students rapt Wednesday with...

Holocaust survivor shares gritty story in Wheeling

Updated: 4/25/2012 08:46 PM

  Hispanic and black students were enrolled in Elgin Area District U-46's gifted academy at a higher rate than their white counterparts, a former gifted education director said Wednesday during the racial bias lawsuit against the district.

U-46 minority students more often accepted to gifted programs

Updated: 4/26/2012 12:38 AM

  The owner of Volle's Bridal and Boutique in Lake Zurich recently donated 50 prom dresses to a nonprofit that will provide them to high-achieving Chicago Public Schools seniors. Every girl should have the opportunity to...

Lake Zurich store owner donates 50 dresses for prom season

Updated: 4/25/2012 06:15 PM

  Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigans office said further review is warranted regarding a former Palatine village councilmans...

State reviewing claim Palatine violated Open Meetings Act

Updated: 4/26/2012 10:50 AM

  The hot dogs aren't the only things steamed at Pete's Famous Hot Dogs near Lily Lake. Owner Peter Prevenas has a bone to pick with the Illinois Department of Transportation about reduced access to his stand, as it redesigns the intersection of...

Hot dog restaurant says roadwork will hurt his business

Updated: 4/25/2012 07:23 PM

  The "Moovers," an all-girl team of sixth graders are the Illinois champs in middle school robotics and are headed to the national competiion next month. "It's fun and it's all new for us," says Anisha Rao, 12, of Kildeer, "but that's why I like it.

Suburban all-girl robotics team heading to national event

Updated: 4/25/2012 05:49 PM

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