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  • 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.

     
  • Griffin: Why gas tax distribution varies in suburbs Oct 1, 2014 5:01 AM
    When Wheeling has to fix its roads, the village can count on $14,096 per mile in motor fuel taxes disbursed by the state. North Barrington gets just $3,647 a mile. The towns are the two extremes among 73 suburbs analyzed by the Daily Herald. Funding swings widely among different towns because motor fuel tax revenue — which comes from taxes drivers pay at the pump — is distributed to towns by population, rather than taking into account road mileage.

     
  • 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.

     
  • Judge to give verdict Oct. 8 in Joliet murder case Sep 30, 2014 5:32 PM
    A Will County judge will announce a verdict next week for a man accused in a grisly 2013 Joliet double murder. Closing arguments were given Tuesday morning in the first-degree murder trial 26-year-old Joshua Miner of Joliet.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: Durbin calls for air-traffic inquiry; Bears lose to Pack Sep 29, 2014 5:49 AM
    Durbin calls for inquiry into fire at Aurora air-traffic center; Waukegan, Chicago police investigating deaths of woman, girl; Elgin man killed when motorcycle strikes SUV; Six Flags coaster marathon raises funds for Special Olympics; Rodgers, Packers air it out against Bears; Konerko’s 16-year run with Sox comes to an end

     
  • Dawn Patrol: Mundelein teachers may strike; flap over Cary housing plan Sep 26, 2014 5:50 AM
    Cary approves controversial affordable-housing project; Mundelein District 75 teachers file authorization to strike; police seek Round Lake Beach man in battery case after Lake Villa school lockdown; tollway workers will have to pay their tolls in 2015; Robert Dold says don't repeal ACA; search Saturday for missing Bartlett man.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: District: misconduct unreported; Waukegan torture case Sep 25, 2014 6:04 AM
    Fourth person involved in Waukegan torture, murder gets 40 years. Gavin district: Teachers didn’t report misconduct. Oakwood Hills power plant proposal dies. Developer to sell The Arboretum of South Barrington. Wounded vet gets home in St. Charles. Cubs end season with a win. Benches clear in Sox loss.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: Mundelein man goes on trial; car hits restaurant Sep 24, 2014 5:55 AM
    Mundelein man's crash trial starts. Police say Naperville man had, distributed child porn. Car hits Elk Grove Village Wendy’s. Attorney accused of lying to help Iraqi asylum-seekers. Ex-St. Charles man convicted of sex assault. Castillo bails out the Cubs. Bears’ defense tough when it matters most.

     
  • IDOT seeking partners for South Suburban Airport Sep 25, 2014 8:25 AM
    A forum hosted by the Illinois Department of Transportation showcased plans for a 5,800-acre airport project near Peotone, drawing dozens of potential partners. About 150 people, including residents, officials and investors, attended the sales presentation for the South Suburban Airport on Tuesday,The Southtown Star reported. The state agency is seeking private partners to help design, build and operate the airport project.

     
  • Trial begins for lead suspect in double murder Sep 23, 2014 5:44 PM
    The latest defendant to stand trial in a grisly double-murder “lost it” when one of the victims fought back and kicked him in the head, Will County prosecutors contended Tuesday.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: Hypothermia killed man; woman with autism missing Sep 22, 2014 5:41 AM
    Naperville man who went missing in S. Dakota died from hypothermia; Glen Ellyn police search for missing autistic woman; Wheeling man crashes into parked car, lamp post, spa; woman injured after being pinned in car near West Dundee; beginners shine at annual Fox Valley Marathon; Naperville celebrates 20th annual Harvest Pow Wow; Bears must move Jets’ monster trucks

     
  • Suspect in Joliet double murder waives jury trial Sep 22, 2014 4:11 PM
    One of four people accused of strangling two men for money to buy cigarettes and alcohol in Joliet last year waived his right to a jury trial Monday. His fate now will be decided by the same judge who found a co-defendant guilty of murder last month.

     
  • Illinois awards $25.8 million in health outreach grants Sep 19, 2014 5:18 PM
    Most of the same Illinois organizations that helped consumers sign up for insurance in the first year of President Barack Obama’s expanded health coverage will receive additional funding for a second year, state officials announced Friday.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: 5 years for fatal huffing crash; Cuneo assistant guilty Sep 18, 2014 5:47 AM
    Highland Park woman sentenced in huffing case. Lake County woman guilty in Cuneo theft. Bears’ Marshall’s past being scrutinized. Warrant: Man accused of killing grandma had financial motive. Burglar sentenced 16 years for Glen Ellyn crime. Man charged with robbing Glendale Heights Taco Bell. Hendricks dominant as Cubs sweep Reds.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: District 86 says drop strike threat; puppy mill ban delay Sep 17, 2014 5:48 AM
    Arlington Heights delays decision on puppy mill ban. Dist. 86 asks teachers union to drop strike threat. Hoffman Estates officials counting on Sears staying. Palatine man’s defense still waiting on evidence in 1997 slaying. Two Wheaton lawyers disciplined by Illinois Supreme Court. Closing arguments expected in Carol Stream fire hearing. Residents concerned with subdivision near Wheaton North. Arrieta takes no-hitter into 8th, Cubs blank Reds.

     
  • Griffin: College of DuPage spent $26 million without board scrutiny Sep 17, 2014 9:17 AM
    Over the past 16 months, more than $26 million has been spent by the College of DuPage. But all the seven-member board ever saw of those expenditures were monthly totals. Now, at least one board member with the help of a government transparency advocate are questioning how the board can properly do its job without seeing how more than $1 million a month, or 12 percent of the college's annual budget, is being spent.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: 1 hurt in house explosion; 6 cars, house damaged in DUI Sep 16, 2014 5:44 AM
    One injured in Elgin explosion. St. Charles liquor commission urges tobacco shop, massage parlor oversight. Woodridge teen charged with DUI after damaging six cars, house. Disabled couple visiting Schaumburg High: ‘best thing that ever happened.’ Naperville residents want sidewalk to go beyond subdivision. Wadsworth man sentenced to 14 years for Lambs Farm assault. Bears’ Tillman out for season but not giving up.

     
  • Dawn Patrol: Man killed by Wheeling police vehicle; Bears win Sep 15, 2014 5:48 AM
    Des Plaines man struck, killed by Wheeling squad vehicle; Bears turn things around in a hurry; former Mexican President Calderón to headline Judson’s World Leaders Forum; police: Lombard man crashes into 7-Eleven, flees on foot; firefighter injured, cats killed in Algonquin house fire; dogs are the stars at Carol Stream’s ‘CSBarks’ event; Konerko on track to be back in Sox lineup this week

     
  • Dawn Patrol: Woman found dead in Des Plaines pond; 9/11 ceremonies Sep 12, 2014 7:52 AM
    Suburban ceremonies recall loss of 9/11; missing woman discovered in Des Plaines pond; judge delays Cook County puppy mill ban; acting mayor named in Oakwood Hills; Lake County undersheriff sues former sheriff candidate for defamation; dad accused of killing 5 kids had criminal past in McHenry County; Chicago Wolves to extend Allstate Arena contract; Sky return to Pavilion for elimination game.

     
  • Chicago blusters through another record-setting cold day Sep 12, 2014 7:14 PM
    Of all the things you were hoping for this year, was another record cold temperature one of them? Well, we did. Thursday's 56 degrees was the lowest high temperature ever in Chicago. It’s no Polar Vortex, but it is unseasonably cold in Chicago.

     
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