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  • Dawn Patrol: Docs on abusive priests; Mt. Prospect, Aurora shootings Nov 6, 2014 6:01 AM
    Chicago Archdiocese releasing more documents about abusive priests today. Arlington Heights men shot at in Mount Prospect. Two men hurt in Aurora shooting. Quinn concedes race to Rauner. Duckworth reflects on Election Day, pending motherhood. Wheaton bursting with pride for new lt. governor. DuPage political pendulum swings in favor of the GOP. Six men charged with drug crimes in Aurora. Oberweis: No plans for another run for Congress. Rose returns, Bulls beat Bucks 95-86.

  • Tight Will County sheriff’s race won’t be decided for days Nov 5, 2014 6:48 PM
    The two candidates locked in a tight race for Will County sheriff say they don’t expect to know who won Tuesday’s election until Nov. 18. With all 310 precincts reporting, unofficial results show Republican Ken Kaupas leading Democrat Mike Kelly by just 170 votes — 94,085 to 93,915. With such a razor-thin margin, both men say they’ll have to wait until all the votes have been counted, including absentee, grace period and provisional ballots. That count is not expected to be completed until later this month.

  • 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.

  • Will County sheriff race too close to call Nov 4, 2014 11:41 PM
    The race for Will County sheriff is so tight that it could take days to declare a winner. Just 242 votes separated the two candidates, with all precincts voting. But the unofficial tally does not include early votes, as well as provisional and late absentee ballots that could take days to count.

  • 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.

  • Woman in Joliet double murder gets life sentence Nov 4, 2014 6:50 PM
    A 20-year-old woman has been sentenced to life in prison for her role in a grisly double murder in Joliet last year.

  • Dawn Patrol: Team climbs tower for boy; Kane County sets up election hotline Nov 3, 2014 6:00 AM
    Team climbs Willis Tower in honor of Arlington Heights boy; Kane County sets up hotline for election complaints; toy soldiers provide history lesson at Cantigny; church celebrates its place in Algonquin history; Maddon’s agent: Talk of tampering by Cubs is ‘insulting’; turnover trouble dooms Blackhawks

  • Dawn Patrol: Cold Halloween weather coming; Neuqua Valley to reopen Oct 31, 2014 6:03 AM
    Nasty Halloween weather coming today (but we have 10 things you can do today anyway). Neuqua Valley High School to reopen after bomb threat dismissed. Deal in Waukegan District 60, but schools still closed. Rolling Meadows police seek hit-and-run driver. Marian Hossa gets 1,000th point.

  • Dawn Patrol: Deal reached in Waukegan strike; jail cops indicted Oct 30, 2014 6:31 AM
    No school again in Waukegan today. Former Lake County jail officers indicted over homeless man’s death. Attorney concerned with safety of woman who slashed daughter’s throat. Elgin man charged with murder. Durbin, Oberweis see red over environmental issues. Man accused of groping two haunted house employees in Aurora. Algonquin police chief to retire in December. Indications point to manager Joe Maddon, but Cubs mum.

  • Trick-or-treating hours in the suburbs Oct 30, 2014 2:22 PM
    To help ensure a safe Halloween, communities have established official hours for trick-or-treating activities in the suburbs. All times are Friday, Oct. 31.

  • 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.’

  • Dawn Patrol: Bears routed by Patriots; benefit concert tonight Oct 27, 2014 5:51 AM
    Irish tenor’s concert tonight to benefit Arlington Hts. family; Report: Forgetful drug defendant brings pot to Kane courthouse; Gold, Brown earn bronze at Sears Centre; train strikes pedestrian in Antioch; new disagreement in Dist. 60 teacher’s strike: school lunches; Bears have complete breakdown in blowout; Darling makes NHL debut a winner for Blackhawks

  • 2 injured in trailer accident at pumpkin farm Oct 27, 2014 4:21 PM
    Authorities say at least two people were injured when a tractor tipped during a tractor ride at a popular Southwest suburban pumpkin farm.

  • Quinn orders 21-day quarantine for Ebola patient contacts Oct 24, 2014 11:38 PM
    Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn announced Friday that he has ordered the Illinois Department of Public Health to require a mandatory 21-day home quarantine for “high-risk” individuals who have had direct contact with anyone infected with the Ebola virus while in Liberia, Sierra Leone or Guinea.

  • 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: 2 passengers into O’Hare monitored; Biden in Vernon Hills Oct 22, 2014 6:09 AM
    Passengers flying into O'Hare quarantined with Ebola-like symptoms. Vernon Hills preparing for Vice President Joe Biden’s visit today. Lawsuit: Mom, daughter assaulted by clowns with sex toys at haunted house. Naperville police looking for person of interest in inappropriate contact case. Elk Grove Village police make arrest in bank robbery. Lombard synangogue vandalized. Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies. Hawks power their way to shutout win.

  • Bolingbrook teen’s hearing postponed in terrorism case Oct 21, 2014 4:56 PM
    A Bolingbrook teen accused of trying to join the Islamic State terrorist group must wait at least two weeks before learning if he’ll to need to stay behind bars pending trial. On Tuesday, a planned detention hearing for 19-year-old Mohammed Hamzah Khan was postponed to Nov. 3. Federal Judge Susan Cox allowed the delay after prosecutors filed a motion to continue the hearing. Khan’s attorneys didn’t object.

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