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  • Snowboarder Alex Deibold shows off his bronze medal as winter Olympians arrive at Chicago International Airport on Monday after competing in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.

    Dawn Patrol: U-46 settles lawsuit; Dist. 300 to move headquartersFeb 25, 2014 12:00 AM
    U-46 settles discrimination case. District 300 will move its headquarters. Same-sex marriages begin in Cook County. DuPage forum discusses overdose-reversal drug. Blue line revamp means weekend station closings. Fire damages Crystal Lake condo complex. Sentencing for Wheaton College professor expected. Olympic athletes stop at O’Hare.

     
  • Bishop Demetrios of the Metropolis of Chicago says a prayer at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Waukegan as he is joined by leaders of other faiths during a news conference Wednesday to discuss recent vandalism.

    Dawn Patrol: Leaders unite against vandalism; murder conviction standsFeb 20, 2014 12:00 AM
    Religious leaders unite against graffiti attacks. Court upholds day care murder conviction. Second-graders get surprise message from Patrick Kane. Tollway aims for I-90 smart corridor. Fate of historic Mount Prospect buildings still up in the air. Proposal would give Olympians a tax break. Winning Powerball ticket sold in California.

     
  • Wauconda residents packed village hall last night to oppose a plan to outsource 911 dispatching.

    Dawn Patrol: Waucondans rally for 911 center; Official faces DUI chargeFeb 19, 2014 12:00 AM
    Wauconda residents urge board to keep 911 center. Parents sue Dist. 25 over bus stop location. Dist. 54 superintendent charged with DUI. Gurnee woman gets 19 years for home invasion. Dillard defends teachers' union's support.

     
  • Vernon Hills resident Tom Herrmann shovels his sidewalk with snow piling up around his mailbox Monday. Snow came down throughout the day in Lake County.

    Dawn Patrol: Flooding next? Nearly a fight at Palatine meetingFeb 18, 2014 12:00 AM
    Monday’s snow creates a mess, could lead to flooding. Palatine sign rejection leads to confrontation. District 93 reaches deal with teachers. Arlington church backs off church expansion. Elgin resident wants all of Lords Park road plowed. Batavia OKs downtown Walgreens.

     
  • Former state amusement ride inspector Chuck Drager, who also works as a singing vocal impersonator, stayed on the job for more than a year after investigators learned he falsified safety reports. A new bill would allow earlier notification of agencies when public safety is at risk. To see a video of Drager performing as well as Dean Argiris' invoices, go dailyherald.com/more.

    Daily Herald Watchdog reports spur new legislation, transparency Feb 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    State Rep. Fred Crespo introduces legislation that would allow the executive inspector general to inform state agencies of potential public safety risks uncovered during investigations, even if the investigation is ongoing. The bill was in response to a Daily Herald report that revealed a state amusement ride inspector was allowed to keep his job for a year after investigators determined he was fudging safety reports.

     
  • Sakura was one of the businesses hit hard by the early morning weekend fire in Mount Prospect.

    Dawn Patrol: Rutherford defends himself; Mt. Prospect fire aftermathFeb 11, 2014 12:00 AM
    Rutherford defends accusations in visit to suburbs. Long haul for Mt. Prospect businesses damaged by fire. Transit leaders defend themselves to lawmakers.2nd life term for Aurora man who killed wife. Hoffman Estates parks consider gambling. Four times legal limit in fatal crash with train. Rozner: Sam’s landmark declaration easy compared to childhood.

     
  • Chicago is inching close to a record number of subzero lows for one season. The temperatures have been below zero 19 times in Chicago this winter. The record of 25 was set more than a century ago.

    Suburbs to be bitterly cold again as we close in on recordFeb 10, 2014 12:00 AM
    The suburbs will be bitterly cold. Again. The National Weather Service says temperatures throughout the Chicago area will hover at about zero through Tuesday and the wind will make it feel a lot colder.

     
  • Suburban prostitution sting nets eight in Aurora Feb 6, 2014 12:00 AM
    Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart announces numerous arrests from various sububran jurisdictions related to a crackdown on prostitution solicitation. The crackdown was part of a nationwide campaign ending on Super Bowl Sunday.

     
  •  Former Naperville City Councilman Richard Furstenau is pushing legislators to end a special “13th Payment” bonus program he benefits from that cost Illinois taxpayers more than $41 million in 2013.

    Retiree bonuses cost taxpayers millions Feb 5, 2014 12:00 AM
    Every July, thousands of Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund pensioners find a little something extra in their mailboxes in addition to their monthly pension check. In 2013, those little somethings added up to a big bill for taxpayers — $41,054,552. It’s called the “13th Payment,” and it’s essentially a bonus paid to retirees for simply living another year and outliving other retirees.

     
  •  The four-year wait for a vote on a Walgreens in downtown Batavia could come as soon as Feb. 17.

    Dawn Patrol: Batavia vote on Walgreens? Naperville smart grid suit Feb 5, 2014 12:00 AM
    Batavia vote on Walgreens could come Feb. 17. Naperville sues smart grid developer. Rutherford running mate says he doesn't know details of allegations. Buffalo Grove Olympian gets first look at Sochi. Winter weather advisory through noon Wednesday.

     
  •  “The Capones” co-star Madeline Santarelli, 35, died of cancer Monday.

    Dawn Patrol: S. Elgin medical marijuana delay? ‘Capones’ star dies Feb 4, 2014 12:00 AM
    S. Elgin considers moratorium on medical marijuana. Bensenville couple featured in Super Bowl ad. ‘The Capones’ star dies at 35. Quinn wants budget extension. Aurora man gets 30-year term for murder. Woman gets probation, monitoring for fourth DUI. Sherman play for the Bears?

     
  •  Truck driver Renato V. Velasquez, center, of Hanover Park posted bond Wednesday evening and was released from the DuPage County jail.

    Dawn Patrol: Truck driver posts bond; coroner says heated air killed couple Jan 30, 2014 12:00 AM
    Driver in fatal crash posts bond. Coroner says fire-heated air killed Naperville couple. Metra CEO decision could come by Friday. Hanover Park shows off library facelift. Motorola Mobility changes hands. Noah gives Bulls a spark in return.

     
  •  Authorities have the wreckage of the squad car that was struck by a semitrailer truck Monday night along I-88 in Aurora. The state trooper in the car is expected to recover from this.

    Dawn Patrol: Trucker charged in I-88 crash; suburban Obama reaction Jan 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Truck driver charged in fatal crash on I-88 in Aurora; Wheeling tollway worker is remembered; suburbanites give mixed reactions to the State of the Union address; charges are pending against an Aurora woman accused of setting her ex-boyfriend's car on fire.

     
  •  Ice forms as waves crash along the lake shore as Navy Pier’s Ferris wheel is seen in the background Monday in Chicago. Below-zero high temperatures have returned to many parts of the Midwest bringing with it wind chills ranging from the negative teens to minus 40s.

    Dawn patrol: Tollway worker dies in I-88 crash; Cold weather continues Jan 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    Tollway worker killed, trooper injured in crash. More cold, more delays expected. Joe Caputo & Sons buys four Dominick’s. Buffalo Grove grad died from blood clot. Forest preserve won’t provide land for project. Elgin man guilty of insurance fraud. Des Plaines favors property tax breaks for longtime business. Bulls lose to Minnesota.

     
  • Waubonsee offers series on financial aid Jan 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    February marks Financial Aid Awareness Month, and Waubonsee Community College has planned a series of free public events to help students learn more about receiving financial aid for the 2014-2015 school year.

     
  •  The sundog over Interstate 90 in Arlington Heights Monday morning.

    Sundog lights up frigid suburban skies Jan 27, 2014 12:00 AM
    Did you know what a parhelion was before today? Not many of us did, but we quickly learned after pictures of Monday morning’s parhelion in suburban skies started appearing all over social media. Parhelion is the scientific name for sundog, which is when bright patches of light can be seen to the left or right of the sun — almost like a halo.

     
  • Metra warns commuters of expected delays next week Jan 24, 2014 12:00 AM
    Metra officials are already warning commuters that expected subzero temperatures Monday could slow traffic on the rail lines. The transit agency said travel times could be delayed because trains will be operating at reduced speeds to reduce stress on rails and ensure equipment is operating correctly.

     
  • Kane County unemployment program puts few back to workJan 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    Numbers are in for how many unemployed people a program overseen by Kane County has successfully placed back into the workforce. They aren’t particularly good. Staffers blames the partial government shutdown, loss of stimulus funding and problems with state unemploymet offices.

     
  •  A Naperville police car idles in front of a two-story framed home on Vail Court in Naperville early Wednesday evening. A death was under investigation there.

    Dawn Patrol: Naperville death investigated; wind chill warnings Jan 23, 2014 12:00 AM
    Metra train hits SUV, kills at least one. Naperville police investigating suspicious death. Wind chill warning remains in effect. Feeling unappreciated led to Mundelein stabbing, police say. Report rips Metra police department. Suburban woman charged with alligator abandonment. Blackhawks lose to Red Wings.

     
  • Waubonsee plans for new year and beyondJan 22, 2014 12:00 AM
    At Waubonsee Community College, we are looking forward to what 2014 will bring, but we are also looking further ahead, to prepare the college to continue to meet the educational and lifelong learning needs of our students for the next decade and beyond.

     
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