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  • McHenry County deputies recount shooting, advise officers Feb 21, 2015 9:16 AM
    McHenry County sheriff's deputies Khalia Satkiewicz and Dwight Maness on Friday recounted being shot last October in Holiday Hills for an attentive audience -- fellow police officers, who want to be prepared. The presentation was intended as a training tool. "We weren't going to stay there and die," Maness told them.

  • Dawn Patrol: Schools closed due to deep freeze; coyotes vs. deer Feb 19, 2015 5:42 AM
    Seven reasons Rauner’s budget affects the suburbs. Some suburban schools close today. U-46 fires substitute teacher who taunted student. Coyotes spotted near dead deer in West Chicago. Olaksa to claim self-defense in Naperville stabbing murder. Charges filed in Gurnee-area home invasion. Blackhawks take positive approach to loss.

  • Dawn Patrol: Ex-imam charged with sex abuse; no bail for Geneva woman Feb 18, 2015 5:56 AM
    Muslim community shocked by imam sex abuse charges. Geneva woman remains in Canadian custody, no bail. COD trustees: ‘No confidence’ vote spurred Breuder’s exit. 7-year-old son of former Bears running back dies. 14th case of measles confirmed in Cook County. Metea student disciplined after fight with South Elgin student. Bulls prepare for finishing kick.

  • Dawn Patrol: How Geneva woman met others in plot; Walsh vs. Kirk? Feb 17, 2015 5:47 AM
    Police: Geneva woman met conspirators in online forums. Elgin man accused of making threats with gun. Suburban men accused of trying to board planes with guns. Fire damages Batavia garage. Glen Ellyn panel presses pause on suggested bag fee. Joe Walsh eyes challenge to U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk. Blackhawks’ Crawford back on his game.

  • The cold weather isn't going anywhere; wind chill advisory tonight Feb 18, 2015 1:56 PM
    Highs the next several days will struggle to break out of the single digits, the National Weather service is forecasting. A wind chill advisory is set to take effect at 6 p.m. today and last until noon Thursday.

  • Dawn Patrol: Volunteers prep meals for hungry; Hawks win in shootout Feb 16, 2015 5:53 AM
    Volunteers at North Central College pack meals for the hungry. Suburban Russians enjoy old-world festival in Des Plaines. No age limit on fun in St. Charles. Former Mt. Prospect pastor leaves rich legacy. Illini fall to No. 5 Wisconsin. Blackhawks beat Penguins in shootout.

  • Delay sought in haunted house battery lawsuit Feb 15, 2015 7:16 PM
    The defense attorney for a Montgomery haunted house being sued for damages over a claim of a sex toy attack last year wants to the lawsuit put on hold until the criminal case against a haunted house worker concludes.

  • Roselle man accused of pimping while out on bail in sex abuse case Feb 13, 2015 8:34 PM
    A 24-year-old Roselle man is accused of pimping teenage girls throughout the suburbs while free on bail as he awaited trial for sexually abusing a different teenage girl in McHenry County. Allen C. Iroegbulem is serving a three-year prison sentence after being convicted of the sex abuse charges in McHenry County and now faces a life sentence if convicted on federal sex trafficking charges.

  • Dawn Patrol: Chris Christie in the suburbs; $3M in pot in Hampshire Feb 13, 2015 5:44 AM
    Christie answers students' questions in Rolling Meadows; 350 pounds of marijuana found in Hampshire; ECC students, staffers getting measles vaccine today; what to see this weekend at the Auto Show; Rosemont arena traffic controls.

  • Bitter cold starts today, continues through weekend Feb 12, 2015 2:38 PM
    The National Weather Service said temperatures will drop from 9 degrees this morning to 3 degrees this evening. The cold will make wind chill temperatures drop from -9 degrees to -16 degrees today.

  • Dawn Patrol: Another case of measles confirmed; burglars steal jewels Feb 12, 2015 7:04 AM
    Another case of measles confirmed; 5 patients cleared to return to day care. More than $500,000 in jewels stolen from Schaumburg store. Winning Powerball tickets sold in North Carolina, Texas and Puerto Rico. Kane County begins process to fill vacant county board seat. Suburban language program faces scrutiny. Versteeg returns to Hawks’ lineup

  • Dawn Patrol: 2 shot in Wheeling; measles exposure in DuPage Feb 12, 2015 6:02 AM
    DuPage health officials warn of potential measles exposure. Officials: ECC student confirmed to have measles. Two people shot in Wheeling. Elgin cop’s wife claims discrimination after failing interview. Ryan Kwanten and Chicago Wolves get starring roles together in new film. 3 men charged with sex assault in Elgin. Bulls’ starting five back together with Dunleavy.

  • Your Illinois license won't be enough to fly Feb 12, 2015 6:19 AM
    Illinois residents soon might not be able to use their driver's licenses to board commercial airliners because the cards don't meet federal security standards. But a multimillion-dollar price tag might keep the state from meeting those requirements. “Currently, we do not require birth certificates,” said Jesse White spokesman Henry Haupt. “One factor under the Real ID Act would require us to verify birth certificates

  • Dawn Patrol: 3 more measles cases in suburban Cook; fire in Roselle Feb 10, 2015 5:46 AM
    Three more measles cases confirmed in Cook County. Roselle home badly damaged by fire. Drew Peterson charged with plotting to kill prosecutor. Rauner’s executive order takes aim at unions. Rauner’s action could delay Huntley train station project. Bulls play tonight.

  • Woodstock police seek help to solve 3 armed robberies Feb 10, 2015 6:11 PM
    Woodstock police are seeking help in solving three armed robberies - two gas stations and a liquor store - over the weekend. The robberies may have been committed by the same person; no one was injured, police said.

  • Tricia Baltzersen of Algonquin uses books to inspire her sixth-grade students Feb 9, 2015 11:01 AM
    Tricia Baltzersen’s eyes light up when she talks about books. “My mom used to read this story ... ‘Are You My Mother.’ Every night, my mom would read that book to me. It would make me cry,” said Baltzersen of Algonquin. The 47-year-old sixth-grade literacy teacher at Marlowe Middle School in Lake in the Hills says the key to getting students excited about reading is matching them with the right book.

  • Driving drunk in a blizzard a ‘Super’ mistake in Kane County patrol Feb 8, 2015 4:22 PM
    Seattle Seahawks coaches aren’t the only ones who made a poor decision Super Bowl Sunday. Kane County prosecutors say several DUI arrests were made during the blizzard Feb. 1.

  • Dawn Patrol: Measles at Palatine day care; Rauner’s debatable phrase Feb 6, 2015 5:43 AM
    As many as 15 infants affected by Palatine measles cluster; lawmakers debate phrase from Rauner's speech; agents find $1.7 million of cocaine, heroin in Naperville man's apartment; Archbishop Cupich leaves big impression on students, staff at Carmel; Arlington Hts. crews clear snow for expectant parents; Versteeg encouraged by his progress.

  • Suburban cheerleading teams prep for state finals Feb 6, 2015 11:47 AM
    Suburban coaches say the routines that will be happening this weekend during the IHSA Competitive Cheerleading State Finals in Bloomington are "not your mom's cheerleading." Many of the teams have been practicing every day since June, and the competition gets fiercer each year. Watch our video.

  • Veterans presentation: Feb 6, 2015 5:31 PM
    Military veterans who faced drug and alcohol problems and found a different way to live their lives will be telling their stories on Feb. 16 in Gurnee during a free presentation open to the public and entitled, “Veterans in Recovery.” The program is 6 to 8 p.m. at the Warren-Newport Public Library, 224 N. O’Plaine Road.

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