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  • Dawn Patrol: Rauner says he won, Quinn doesn’t; more from election Nov 5, 2014 5:01 AM
    Rauner says he beat Quinn; Quinn doesn't. Rauner got big numbers in the suburbs. Republicans surge to control of U.S. Senate. Burglars drive car through Ferragamo store in Aurora. Toews ignites Blackhawks’ scoring spree.

  • Dawn Patrol: All you need to know to vote; Maddon talks Cubs winning Nov 4, 2014 6:09 AM
    All you need to know to vote today. New details on Bolingbrook man accused in terror support case. Waukegan man shot, killed by police in NorthShore Highland Park Hospital ER. Bolingbrook soccer coach charged with solicitation. Cruz trial experts dispute cause of newborn’s death. Probation, fine for Elgin woman who starved dog to death. Cook of the Week challenge winner: Jamie Andrade. Cubs welcome Maddon as new manager.

  • Dawn Patrol: Racial slur in District 93; chaotic Waukegan meeting Oct 29, 2014 5:51 AM
    Substitute teacher uses N-word in Carol Stream classroom. Waukegan school board meeting boils over. Libertyville High School grad known for academic pursuits dies in Iowa crash. Lawyers in murder trial argue baby died before birth. Car crashes into Oakbrook Center store. Blackhawks lose to Ducks.

  • Griffin: Carpentersville is 'violating' state law, attorney general says Oct 29, 2014 5:02 AM
    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office believes the village of Carpentersville is "violating" state public records laws by refusing to release arrest reports involving a man who died less than 24 hours after a traffic stop. But state FOIA law does not provide for sanctions or punitive action. “FOIA is only as powerful as the attorney general enforcing it,” said Maryam Judar, of the Elmhurst-based Citizen Advocacy Center.

  • Dawn Patrol: Fremd cheers Teacher of the Year; Elgin man stabbed Oct 28, 2014 8:37 AM
    Fremd teacher welcomed home as Teacher of the Year. Elgin man stabbed during fight at park. Woman stable after being hit by a train. Lake Forest hospital gets boost from John Hughes family. DUI suspect slams into Hoffman Estates school. Fire damages Batavia apartments. Chicago Bears ‘deserve the criticism.’

  • Sex slavery rampant in the suburbs, experts say Oct 24, 2014 1:35 PM
    Sex slavery is rampant in the suburbs and Chicago, say FBI agents and victims advocates. About 25,000 women and underage girls are trafficked in, around and through local neighborhoods each year. "The people responsible for these crimes are the pimps and johns and those making money from the slaves,” said Congressman Randy Hultgren. "It's a local problem."

  • Dawn Patrol: Joe Biden in Vernon Hills; Batavia police seek cop attacker Oct 23, 2014 5:50 AM
    Vice President Biden in Vernon Hills. Waukegan teachers strike continues. Batavia police looking for man who attacked officer. Carpentersville defies ruling to release post-traffic stop death details. Prospect Hts. man killed in Indiana crash. Long Grove man dies in crash. Prospect Hts. police save man from heroin overdose. Butler injury hopefully heals quick.

  • Griffin: Some residents taxed twice for sheriff patrols Oct 22, 2014 4:59 AM
    Taxpayers from unincorporated areas in four DuPage County townships are spending an extra $530,648 this year to pay for special sheriff's patrols. While voters approved paying for the special patrols more than two decades ago, some are questioning it since those costs will balloon over the next four years.

  • Dawn Patrol: Quinn, Rauner in feisty debate; how deputies’ lives saved Oct 21, 2014 5:58 AM
    Sheriff: Holiday Hills shooter ready to ‘finish off’ officers. Quinn, Rauner's final debate a feisty one. Hinsdale District 86 OKs teacher contract. Truck driver’s statements can be used in trial on I-88 crash. Early voting problems arise in Cook County suburbs. Aurora man dies in Naperville crash. Lombard doctor guilty of defrauding insurance companies. Abreu named top rookie.

  • Dawn Patrol: 2 McHenry deputies shot, manhunt ends; OD drug’s success Oct 17, 2014 6:17 AM
    Holiday Hills shooting suspect caught after passers-by spotted him; man gets 78 years for shooting Elgin boy; judge says Crystal Lake South bleachers must come down; opiate overdose reversal drug saves 25 lives in DuPage; negotiations break down again in Waukegan school district; Streamwood father wins $1.3 million lottery prize.

  • Dawn Patrol: Mundelein firm selling Ebola gear; O’Hare screenings today Oct 16, 2014 6:03 AM
    Demand up for Mundelein company’s Ebola fighting gear. Elgin officer fights termination. Man charged with twice robbing Crystal Lake 7-Eleven. Hampshire rescue going well, horses still available.N. Aurora man charged with robbery, theft.

  • Dawn Patrol: Ebola measures in suburbs; Biden in suburbs next week Oct 14, 2014 7:07 AM
    Suburban hospitals play it safe with Ebola; one patient in Elgin put in isolation. Biden plans to show in suburbs for Schneider. Lake County investigators to be honored for baby killer case. Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry visits Arlington Heights store. Batavia school district to hold forum on referendum. Palatine artist repairing statue damaged twice in Chicago. Bears offense well-rounded in victory.

  • Chance of severe storms mainly south this evening Oct 13, 2014 6:02 PM
    Strong thunderstorms with wind gusts in excess of 60 mph could hit the area this evening, the National Weather Service is reporting. Any of these storms could produce heavy rain, lightning and an “isolated tornado,” according to the weather service. A tornado watch that had been effect for counties south of the Chicago area has been expanded to include Will County.

  • Mom accused of trying to poison daughters Oct 10, 2014 4:15 PM
    A Montgomery woman accused of trying to poison her three daughters and stabbing two of them has been charged with attempted murder.

  • Dawn Patrol: Dist. 214 teacher’s firing upheld; BB gun in U-46 school Oct 9, 2014 7:43 AM
    Parents unhappy with U-46 after student brings BB gun to school. Court upholds Dist. 214’s firing of teacher who attacked son’s molester. Naperville man sued in crash that left woman paralyzed. Ex-cab driver sentenced to 35 years for sexual assaults. Financing kills Glen Ellyn development plans. Elgin man dies from injuries after shooting. Bears special teams gear up to face Hester.

  • Dawn Patrol: Delays hit airports again; Teacher allowed to retire Oct 7, 2014 6:02 AM
    Delays hit airports again. N. Aurora Activity Center might come down sooner. Retirement approved for controversial Batavia teacher. Narrow escape for driver in Des Plaines. Anti-bullying author speaks at Lake Park campuses. Bears' Marshall missing in action. High intensity during Bulls' preseason opener.

  • Dawn Patrol: Woman charged with killing sister; 75 horses need homes Oct 2, 2014 5:34 AM
    Carpentersville woman charged with killing sister. 75 horses need a new home. Naperville woman acquitted of resisting, obstructing cops. Durbin says earmarks may return. Dog injured, home damaged in Streamwood fire. Man dies at Des Plaines gun range. Bears’ Allen back at practice.

  • Dawn Patrol: Person of interest in stabbing death; fire in Elk Grove Oct 1, 2014 6:04 AM
    Person in custody after death of Carpentersville woman. Authorities say blowtorch is likely cause of Elk Grove fire. Brace yourself for work on Arlington Heights, Rand roads. Son of Wood Dale alderman pleads guilty to sexual assault charges. Cubs' goal is division title next year. Playing time won't come easy for Bulls' rookies.

  • Dawn Patrol: Lombard man killed by wheel; Elgin cop fired over posts Sep 30, 2014 5:50 AM
    Lombard man killed by wheel in Wisconsin identified. Attorney: Man charged in FAA fire made ‘tragic mistake.’ Elgin officer fired after FB posts on Ferguson, MLK day. Female jockey punches another at Arlington Park. Motorcyclist seriously injured in Elk Grove crash. Barrington Hills police officer on leave. Construction underway at Wrigley.

  • Longtime Elgin attorney dies in small plane crash near Plano Sep 30, 2014 1:51 PM
    Longtime Elgin attorney John E. Juergensmeyer, who was killed in a small plane crash Sunday night near Plano, was remembered as an energetic man with a passion for social causes. Juergensmeyer, 80, who had a pilot's license for about 35 years, was piloting a small plane while coming back from visiting his older brother at a nursing home in Carlinville, Illinois, his widow, Betty Juergensmeyer said.

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