James Kane

Deputy City Editor
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James Kane is deputy city editor for the Cook County staff of the Daily Herald. Since 2007, he has been supervising reporters on the Cook staff and editing copy for the news and neighbor sections. His prior duties at the Daily Herald include serving as editor of the award-winning business section for many years.

He started working with the Daily Herald in 1988 as a business reporter and became Business Editor in 1989.

Before joining the Daily Herald, his jobs included being business editor of The Times in Hammond, Ind.; a reporter for the Chicago Tribune; and reporter for the Quad-City Times in Davenport, Iowa.

Kane graduated from North Central College in Naperville and received a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri. He is married and the father of two adult daughters and an adult son.

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Des Plaines hospital adds outpatient program for troubled veterans

Jan 17 2016 | 5:46 pm - Chicago Behavioral Hospital, which 15 months ago took over Maryville Behavioral Health Hospital in Des Plaines, has spent millions of dollars to modernize the new Extra Mile Veteran Care center on the campus.

Images: Icons of Streamwood

Nov 20 2015 | 1:06 pm - We roamed around Streamwood, taking photos of things that caught our eye. Big and small, obvious and obscure, the images are identifiable to Streamwood. Visual delights include the expansive and ornate veterans memorial, winding streets, woods,...

Latino Summit at Harper aims to inspire high school students

Nov 20 2015 | 5:16 pm - Nearly 500 students — most of them high school freshmen from 13 schools in the Northwest suburbs — at the Latino Summit at Harper College, listening to the story of a man who escaped from Cuba at age 16 to make his fortune here.

National Prescription Drug ‘Take-Back’ coming Saturday

Sep 24 2015 | 7:43 pm - Finding a place to turn in unused prescription medicines, can be a headache. The 10th National Prescription Drug “Take-Back” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at many suburban police departments, makes it easy.

INfrequently Asked Questions: Tattoo artist says it’s skin crack

Sep 12 2015 | 9:16 am - Why do people get a tattoo? Or a dozen of them? "It’s like a legal drug, skin crack. … Once you get started, it’s hard to stop,” says Des Plaines tattoo artist Kurt Jacobsen in INfrequently Asked Questions.

60 things to love about Rolling Meadows

Jul 30 2015 | 11:40 am - As Rolling Meadows celebrates its 60th year, the Daily Herald is proud to present this list, a shout-out to 60 of the things, present or past, that make the city a great place to live.

Mount Prospect chief drops controversial immigrant hiring proposal

Jul 02 2015 | 4:59 am - An obviously disappointed Mount Prospect Police Chief Timothy Janowick has withdrawn a request that the department be allowed to expand its pool of potential recruits to include permanent residents who are not yet citizens.

Fire displaces residents of 18 units of Mount Prospect building

Jun 24 2015 | 2:45 pm - Residents of 18 units of an apartment building in Mount Prospect have been displaced by a fire about 9 a.m. Wednesday that did $500,000 damage, fire officials said. The lives of one dog and one cat were lost due to the fire while three cats and two...

Little Boots Rodeo turns kids into cowboys and cowgirls

Jun 24 2015 | 3:38 pm - The founder of the Little Boots Rodeo in Elk Grove Village, which is geared to families with younger children, said he expects upward of 4,000 people to attend the event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, June...

Long Grove woman tells of life-altering trip to Israel with college group

Jun 15 2015 | 4:02 pm - For Long Grove resident Becky Savitt, a Birthright trip to Israel the summer of 2013 when she was 20 was a life-changing experience.

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