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  Members of Christ Our Savior Church in Winfield send off TV reporter and Winfield native Jordan Aubey as he returns home to Joplin, Mo. Aubey survived the city's massive tornado this spring but broke his hip, and members of the church helped his...

Local tornado survivor returns to Joplin

Updated: 7/18/2011 05:44 AM

  A garage fire in Glen Ellyn Sunday badly burned a car. The houses around the garage sustained minimal damage.

Car damaged in Glen Ellyn garage fire

Updated: 7/17/2011 04:52 PM

  A 26-year Wheeling man and a passenger on his motorcycle died early Sunday morning after losing control of the vehicle along southbound Milwaukee Avenue in Wheeling and struck a utility box. Police are investigating the crash, which occurred about...

Wheeling man, friend killed in motorcycle crash

Updated: 7/17/2011 09:39 PM

  The village of Schaumburg has partnered with the Citizens Utility Board to offer a free analysis of utility bills and demonstrate ways residents can reduce their costs.

Schaumburg offers utility consultation

Updated: 7/17/2011 10:03 AM

  The Rivers Casino held a special opening on Friday night exclusively for VIPs to check out everyting from gambling to dining.

Images: The Rivers Casino opens for Des Plaines residents

Updated: 7/18/2011 09:23 AM

  A St. Charles Unit District 303 mom is leading the charge to ban a textbook blasted nationally by conservatives as promoting socialism. Jennifer Nazlian wants "Social Studies Alive! Our Community and Beyond" removed from the third-grade curriculum...

D303 parent joins conservatives pushing for textbook ban

Updated: 7/17/2011 07:29 AM

  The Milk Pail restaurant complex near East Dundee was once a tourist destination, drawing thousands of travelers bound for Wisconsin. But the complex, located on a scenic stretch of Route 25 just north of Elgin, has had a rough go of it lately and...

Milk Pail complex up for sale near East Dundee

Updated: 7/17/2011 07:04 AM

  A group of 18 teens and eight adults from St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Naperville recently traveled to Tutwiler, Miss., to help build homes for Habitat for Humanity.

Naperville church group builds 2 homes in Mississippi

Updated: 7/17/2011 10:57 AM

  States with gaping budget deficits are cutting home health services, which means more elderly and disabled are being forced into nursing homes. States are reducing how much time a nurse can spend making house calls and ending meal deliveries for the...

State cuts put more seniors in nursing homes

Updated: 7/14/2011 07:48 PM

  Buddhism in America is at a crossroads. The best-known Buddhist leaders, mostly white converts who emerged from the counterculture and protest movements of the Vietnam era, are nearing retirement or dying. Charlotte Joko Beck, a pioneer of Zen...

U.S. Buddhism at generational crossroads

Updated: 7/17/2011 01:32 AM

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