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McDermott thinks Bulls' changes were for the better
Bulls forward Doug McDermott didn't experience much roster turnover during his first two seasons with the team. Now that the Bulls have eight newcomers,the third-year forward talked about what it's been like with so many new faces.
Woman's body found at White Pines Golf Course near Bensenville
A woman was found dead Thursday morning near the White Pines Golf Club in Bensenville, police say, and they're calling it a homicide.
Fox Lake standoff shuts down neighborhood
A suicidal man with a gun threatened Fox Lake police Thursday night, causing a neighborhood near Arthur Avenue and Forest Avenue to be shut down, authorities said.
Mundelein High's unusual schedule will end
Mundelein High School officials capped two years of study Wednesday night by deciding to end an unusual block bell schedule.
Wade praises McDermott for having impressive camp
Asked if any players have surprised him in the first two days of Chicago Bulls training camp, Dwayne Wade mentioned Doug McDermott, the guy who gave up his jersey number to Wade.
An inside look at Zurich North America's 'masterpiece' headquarters
Zurich North America's stunning 750,000-square-foot headquarters in Schaumburg opens today, bucking the trend of corporations abandoning suburban campuses for city centers. The massive glass, steel and wood structure is a throwback to an era when companies used architecture to make statements about themselves.
Kane judge upholds I-90 vehicle search that netted heroin
Corey R. Sackett's vehicle search was upheld by a judge Thursday.
Wade, Rondo taking no-nonsense approach with Bulls
Two days into Chicago Bulls training camp, new additions Dwyane Wade and Rajon Rondo have made it known they're taking leadership seriously with their new teammates.
Why is Chicago a murder capital? Clues from a bloody month
August was the deadliest month for Chicago homicides in two decades, and an analysis of the toll shows more clearly than ever that the blame lies with surging violence in a handful of the city's most impoverished neighborhoods
Former Waukegan teacher pleads guilty to sexually assaulting student
A Mundelein woman who worked as a music teacher at a Waukegan middle school pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a student during school hours and in the school building.
Rolling Meadows mayor sworn in as senator
Surrounded by friends and family, Rolling Meadows Mayor Tom Rooney officially began the next phase of his political life Thursday night when he was sworn in as the next senator for Illinois' 27th District.
Report: Mount Prospect woman charged with illegally selling guns
A 22-year-old Mount Prospect woman has been charged with illegal transfer of firearms and selling firearms to a person who does not possess a FOID card, the Chicago Tribune is reporting.
US defense chief calls alliance with Philippines 'ironclad'
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has described the U.S.-Philippines alliance as ironclad, one day after the Philippine president said joint military exercises with the U.S. would end
Clinton at Midway dismisses Trump bringing up Bill's sex scandals
While in Chicago on Thursday, Hillary Clinton shrugged off Donald Trump's effort to inject her husband's sex scandals into their presidential battle.
Barrington Hills man found dead in car co-owned Elgin company
A 43-year-old Barrington Hills man who was the co-owner of Elgin-based Omega Demolition Corp. was found dead in the backseat of a burning vehicle in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood Friday night.
Cubs-Pirates stopped by rain, first tie in majors since 2005
The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates played to the first tie game in the majors since 2005 when rain forced the teams to stop in the sixth inning Thursday night with the score 1-all
Images: Tour the new Zurich North America's Schaumburg headquarters
Zurich North America's stunning 750,000-square-foot headquarters in Schaumburg bucks the trend of corporations abandoning suburban campuses for city centers. The massive glass, steel and wood structure is a throwback to an era when companies used architecture to make statements about themselves.
New West Dundee restaurant to receive tax incentives
Bamboozels Bar and Grill, a new West Dundee restaurant expected to open later this year, will receive financial assistance from the village to help revitalize the property.
Elgin Tower Building groundbreaking sparks memories, excitement
The first apartments in the Elgin Tower Building are expected to be ready March 1, with the project completed by May 1. The building's groundbreaking was Thursday.
12-year-old gets West Dundee to consider saving historic pump house
A 12-year-old history buff is among those hoping to save a century-old pump house slated for demolition in downtown West Dundee. It may be reconstructed into a community space using salvaged materials.
Scott McCreery, Trans Infinity headed to Arcada
Tickets are now on sale for the Trans Infinity Orchestra's holiday concert at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, and country artist Scotty McCreery's concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Arcada Theatre in St. Charles.
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.
Girls volleyball scoreboard: Thursday, Sept. 29 results
High school girls volleyball results from matches of Thursday, Sept. 29.
Zurich's new Schaumburg HQ impresses on opening day
Wednesday's grand opening of Zurich North America's opulent new headquarters in Schaumburg provided not only a privileged glimpse inside for some members of the public, but also a chance for several employees to get a first impression on where they soon will be working every day. Both found the new 783,800-square-foot architectural marvel breathtaking inside and out.
High schools: Stauner, Forsberg-Waddington join Palatine's Hall of Fame
Athletes Jim Stauner and Jodi Forsberg-Waddington will be inducted into the Palatine High School Athletic Hall of Fame before Friday's varsity football game against Fremd.
Video adds to District 15 referendum controversy
A campaign video that includes photos of Palatine Township Elementary District 15's oldest school, Sanborn Elementary, is facing scrutiny from a group of parents and community members that opposes the district's proposal to build two new schools and close Sanborn.
Demonstrators protest as Trump visits Bolingbrook
Donald Trump's visit to the suburbs Wednesday was peaceful but plenty of tense verbal exchanges reflected national divides in the presidential election. About 200 people demonstrated outside the Bolingbrook Golf Club where Trump spoke to a packed crowd at an exclusive fundraiser sponsored by Mayor Roger Claar.
Man gets 25 years for Aurora murder
A Joliet man was sentenced to 25 years in prison Thursday for the 2014 murder of an Aurora man during a drug deal gone bad, Kane County officials said.
Blackhawks' Forsling likely won't make the cut
Gustav Forsling impresses in Blackhawks preseason opener, but it won't be easy for the 20-year-old defenseman to make the team.
Daughter spruces up Schaumburg's new Kouzina
Diners will be happy to find a familiar menu of classic Greek dishes at Schaumburg's new Kouzina Greek Kitchen & Bar, which is helmed by the daughter of the former owner of Greek Village Taverna.
Schaumburg wants to buy offices to clear way for entertainment district
Schaumburg trustees Tuesday approved a $6.58 million offer to buy the two single-story office buildings just north of the village's convention center and Renaissance Hotel to help develop a new entertainment district and reconfigure Thoreau Drive. The 110,000-square-foot Woodfield Green Executive Centre lies on the north side of Thoreau Drive and just across Meacham Road from Zurich North America's new headquarters.
Bears RB Howard ready to shoulder heavy load
When Jordan Howard was drafted in the fifth round (150th overall) back in April, he never considered he might be the Bears' featured running back by Week Four. But Howard will do most of the heavy lifting in the ground game Sunday against the Lions at Soldier Field, where the Bears have lost 11 of their last 12.
Hoiberg: Bulls power forward spot up for grabs
Not every starting spot is available, but Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said Tuesday he plans to look at several candidates to start at power forward during training camp.
Tender, flavorful brisket perfect for Jewish holidays
As the Jewish holidays approach, it's time to think about brisket. It's intimidating to some cooks, but brisket can be easy to prepare.
Injuries forcing Chicago Bears' defense to go young
There isn't much the Chicago Bears' defense has done well through three weeks. And with youngsters being force fed playing time because of injures to key veterans, the immediate future doesn't bode well.
Boys soccer: WW South takes battle of goalkeepers
In a game featuring two goalkeepers at their best, Wheaton Warrenville South claimed the 300th win for coach Guy Callipari.
Rondo draws praise after Chicago Bulls' initial practice
The Chicago Bulls made it through the first practice of training camp injury-free. When it was over, coach Fred Hoiberg was quick to compliment the leadership of point guard Rajon Rondo.
Steve Harvey surprises founder of GiGi's Playhouse
On an episode of the "Steve Harvey" show this week, Nancy Gianni of South Barrington was honored for her creation of the Hoffman Estates-based GiGi's Playhouse foundation that supports families of children with Down syndrome.But she also was surprised with a $10,000 check from Ford to benefit the foundation.
Girls swimming scoreboard: Thursday, Sept. 29 results
High school girls swimming results from meets of Thursday, Sept. 29.
Man found not guilty in 2014 Palatine double murder
Jurors Thursday found Marco Lopez not guilty in the 2014 shooting deaths of a Palatine father and son. The verdict followed arguments the state had no physical evidence to support prosecutors' theory that the 19-year-old gunned down a father and son on March 19, 2014.
Maine West school spirit on the air this Friday
Maine West High School spirit will be on display early Friday morning when students, cheerleaders, band members and other Warriors fans will be seen on ABC 7 Chicago's morning news.
Burglary charges dismissed in case of Elgin missing jewelry
A judge dismissed charges against a Chicago parolee who was accused of stealing jewelry from an Elgin woman, court records show.
Three Schaumburg trustees to seek re-election
All three Schaumburg trustees whose terms expire next spring say they will seek re-election, claiming the village is at a critical juncture between planning and realizing a series of redevelopments and other improvements.
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