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Endorsement: The case for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump
In this editorial, the Daily Herald endorses Park Ridge native Hillary Clinton, saying that Republican Donald J. Trump is so unfit, dangerous and divisive that Clinton is the only credible candidate for president.
Using search warrants to get into fingerprint-locked phones
A peculiar legal workaround might give federal authorities the right to access an individual's phone data. Investigators in Lancaster, Calif., were granted a search warrant last May with a scope that allowed them to force anyone inside the premises at the time of search to open up their phones via fingerprint recognition, Forbes reported Sunday.
Elon Musk's strategy for taking on Uber and Lyft
Tesla made a splash when it said that all of its new cars will be equipped with self-driving hardware. But what Tesla did not mention in its announcement is how it plans to limit its customers with the technology. According to the company's fine print, people who want to use their self-driving-capable Teslas to earn a bit of money with ride-hailing services like Uber or Lyft will be disappointed.
Cubs heading to first World Series in 71 years
It's real this time. The Chicago Cubs are going to the World Series for the first time since 1945. Their 5-0 victory Saturday night over the Los Angeles Dodgers clinched the National League championship series in six games. The Cubs will play the Cleveland Indians in the World Series.
Rozner: Cubs defy odds, history with pennant
The Cubs defied the odds and the critics Saturday night at Wrigley Field by winning their first pennant since 1945.
'Superdad' without eyes helps others see rare cancer
After tumors took Timothy Spencer's eyes and threatened his son Andrew's, the Schaumburg man dedicated himself to helping others see the signs of the rare, aggressive and often fatal childhood cancer that's afflicted his family.
Bulls continue to wait on starting lineup
Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg is in no hurry to set a starting lineup for Thursday's season opener. After a strong preseason, Taj Gibson insists he's fine with however it turns out.
A Schwarber return looks possible
Catcher-outfielder Kyle Schwarber headed to the Arizona Fall League Saturday to test out his surgically repaired left knee in game action. Schwarber has been out since the first week of the season, but the Cubs were eyeing a possible roster spot for him if they were to make the World Series.
Breaking down DuPage County first-round football playoff games
A quick-hit analysis of area first-round football playoff games.
Will 'Grinch' hinder Campton Hills homeowner's lights show?
Brian Larsen of Campton Hills, whose award-winning Christmas lights show has become a suburban destination, hopes to work with village and public safety officials to craft a plan that will keep traffic backups around Larsen's Light Show to a minimum.
Schaumburg gymnastics coach indicted on molestation charges
A gymnastics coach from Schaumburg has been formally indicted in Georgia on charges alleging she sexually abused two developmentally disabled athletes while attending a competition north of Atlanta in the spring of 2015.
Constable: Cubs going to World Series without baggage
Cubs win the pennant! For the first time since 1945, the Chicago Cubs will be playing in the World Series.
Elburn woman offers heartfelt thank you to the community
On the anniversary of her husband's death after a workplace accident, Elburn resident Miranda Middona gives thanks to the community for their continuing support.
Glenbard West getting healthy for postseason
Glenbard West scored on its first five possessions and rolled past Addison Trail in the final game of the football regular season.
Images: Cubs win Game 6 of the NLCS 5-0 to advance to the World Series
Images from game 6 of the National League championship series between the Chicago Cubs and the Los Angeles Dodgers at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
Familiar playoff foes for Northern Lake teams
The good news for the brand new Northern Lake County Conference is that it is very well-represented in the 2016 IHSA football state playoffs. The bad news is, they're all playing each other. So after next weekend, only 2 of the league's four playoff teams will still be around.
USDA kills pig at Naperville-area forest preserve
A male pig that spent weeks roaming Springbrook Prairie Forest Preserve near Naperville was killed Thursday by a hunter from the USDA.
Hoffman Estates gears up for second season
With the regular season finished, Hoffman Estates football coach Mike Donatucci had his players gather Saturday evening in the school gym. But for the first time in 22 years, it wasn't for the Hawks to return their equipment.
Newborns show Cubs pride at Arlington Heights hospital
The littlest Chicago Cubs fans show their allegiance at the nursery at Northwestern Community Hospital in Arlington Heights.
What you could buy for the price of a Cubs Game 6 ticket
You could get one seat in the second row behind home plate at Saturday's Game 6 of the NLCS, or you could buy a brand new Smart car with heated seats at a dealership in St. Charles. That's how much some are hoping their Cubs playoff tickets will net them.
Elk Grove educator named Illinois Teacher of the Year
Ricardo "Ricky" Castro, an Elk Grove High teacher, received the state's top teaching honor during an annual banquet in Normal Saturday night.
Suburban emergency crews put to the test during airport drill
More than a dozen local and federal agencies participated in a plane crash simulation Saturday at the DuPage Airport in West Chicago
Ten Fox Valley area teams ready for round one
Ten Fox Valley area football teams learned their first-round playoff opponents Saturday night.
Money pouring into comptroller's race
Incumbent Republican state Comptroller Leslie Munger's campaign fundraising was lagging far behind Democratic challenger Susana Mendoza until a massive infusion of cash from two Chicago-area businessmen and Gov. Bruce Rauner came through in the past few weeks.
Nordstrom's Last Chance opens in Yorktown
The Last Chance clearannce store opened Thursday in Yorktown Center in Lombard, featuring merchandise returns or end-of-season items discounted up to 95 percent.
Class 7A pairings
Here are the first-round matchups for the Class 7A football playoffs. Dates and times of games will be released Monday by the IHSA.
Boys soccer: Mundelein outlasts Wheeling
After a test of endurance, will and patience, Mundelein's boys soccer team can call itself regional champions for the first time since 2006. The sixth-seeded Mustangs were shootout kings Saturday in Lake Forest, converting 7 spot kicks -- one more than No. 2 seed Wheeling (16-3-1) -- to defeat the Mid-Suburban League champs in a sudden death kicks session.
How I bought counterfeit Cubs tickets to a playoff game
Like many Cubs fans, all Scott Powers wanted was to buy a couple of tickets from scalpers to watch Game 2 of the NLCS, and he was willing to go as high as $200. This time, though, the scalper got the best of him.
Sisters' memoir recounts growing up in suburbs with stepdad charged in cold case
The story of Donnie Rudd -- former suburban school board member, disbarred lawyer, con suspect and now murder suspect -- has captivated us and many readers since his arrest late last year on charges he killed his teenage bride 43 years ago. But for a pair of sisters with roots in the Northwest suburbs, the revelations about Rudd are no surprise.
Zombies, gore and costume fun rock downtown Elgin
Costumed visitors descended on downtown Elgin on Saturday night for the sixth Nightmare on Chicago Street music, food and horror festival.
Class 8A pairings
Here are the first-round matchups for the Class 8A football playoffs. Dates and times of games will be released Monday by the IHSA.
Boys cross country: Historic win for Mundelein
You have to go back to the year of the bicentennial, but the long wait for another regional championship ended for the Mundelein boys cross country team Saturday morning at Libertyville's Adler Memorial Park.
Boys soccer: First sectional crown for St. Edward
The St. Edward boys soccer team won the program's first sectional championship Saturday, beating Rockford Christian 5-1 in the Class 1A title game at Genoa-Kingston.
Accusations fly in 10th Congressional ABC 7 debate
The first question was about civility in politics. But Saturday's debate between 10th Congressional District Rep. Bob Dold and challenger Brad Schneider soon had accusations flying.
Imrem: 'Cubs' and 'World Series' finally belong in same sentence
Finally, "Chicago Cubs" and "World Series" in the same sentence won't draw snickers.
Naperville firefighter arrested in Elgin on child porn charges
An Elgin man -- a Naperville firefighter -- has been charged with five counts of child pornography after police searched his home Thursday.
Late TD pass gives Round Lake first win
Sophomore Darrious Calhoun caught a 50-yard touchdown pass with just 4.3 seconds left and a 2-point run by Alan Espinosa gave Round Lake a thrilling 25-24 victory over Grant on Friday in the Northern Lake County Conference.
Rolling Meadows not interested in buying vacant Dominick's
Rolling Meadows will not be purchasing the long-vacant Dominick's on Kirchoff Road.A 4-3 majority of the council shot down the idea of the city even investigating buying the property during a committee of the whole meeting on Tuesday. They also voted against an idea to hire an economic development consultant to market the city's vacancies.
Cutler still not cleared, test of Vikings may fall to Barkley
Brian Hoyer's broken arm makes coach John Fox's decision to go back to Jay Cutler as the Bears' starting quarterback a no-brainer. But only if Cutler is fully recovered from the sprained thumb he suffered in Week Two.
DeLorean to make a comeback
Last week, the DeLorean Motor Co. began accepting applications from those wanting to be placed on a reservation list to buy a new, re-created vehicle. The rides will look retro but pack modern tech.
Class 6A pairings
Here are the first-round matchups for the Class 6A football playoffs. Dates and times of games will be released Monday by the IHSA.
10 years for Addison sex offender convicted of child porn
A registered sex offender from Addison was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison for having child pornography.
Fights outside downtown Elgin bar draw scrutiny
In the wake of a man's arrest on gun charges over the weekend, Elgin police will review reports involving a downtown bar and decide whether to take action.
Lake Zurich officials announce pending land sale, development downtown
The pending sale and development of property in downtown Lake Zurich is a big step in redevelopment of the area, village officials say.
Two charged in Glendale Heights armed robbery
A St. Charles man and a Lombard man are being held in connecton with a Thursday night armed robbery in Glendale Heights.Timothy Walls, 22, of St Charles, and Sayvon Jones, 23, of Lombard are each charged with armed robbery with a firearm and are being held on $100,000 bail.
Baez, Lester share NL MVP honors
Javier Baez and Jon Lester were crowned co-MVPs of the National League after the Cubs cemented their spot in the World Series with a Game 6 win over the Dodgers.
8th Congressional candidates talk Trump on ABC7 debate
How important is it what presidential candidate people running for the 8th Congressional district seat support? Democrat Raja Krishnamoorthi and Republican Pete DiCianni talked about it during an ABC 7 Chicago News debate to be broadcast Sunday.
Boys soccer scoreboard: Saturday, Oct. 22 results
High school boys soccer results from games of Saturday, Oct. 22.
Glenbard North grabs Neuqua Valley's momentum
Jace James caught 7 passes for 201 yards in Glenbard North's football victory against Neuqua Valley.
Images: Glenbard West over Addison Trail, 49-14 in football
The Glenbard West Hilltoppers hosted and won 49-14 over the Addison Trail Blazers in football on Saturday in Glen Ellyn.
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