News | COVID-19 has now killed one in every 1,000 Illinois residents
State health officials announced 192 more COVID-19 deaths today, bringing the state's death toll from the virus to 12,830 since the outset of the pandemic.
News | In a year of loss, Oct. 12 was a win in Vernon Hills. Here's why.During the pandemic, good days have been harder to come by, which is why Vernon Hills Countryside Fire Protection District Chief Chuck Smith said it was important to recognize the heroics of nine area first responders who worked to save the life of a Vernon Hills woman in October.
News | Early morning fire guts Algonquin home; No injuries reportedAn early morning fire broke out at a home on the east side of Algonquin this morning, leveling the structure but not causing any injuries.
News | Palatine's Dave Seiffert remembered for community spirit, love of local sportsDave Seiffert, a former Palatine Township School District 15 board member, is being remembered for his gregarious personality, and his love of local sports and the community at large.
Business | Dashed Mill Race Inn development plans leave future of Geneva site in questionThe Geneva City Council unanimously rejected a proposal -- more than a year in the making -- for a potential development at the Mill Race Inn site, leaving the high-profile parcel in limbo.
Crime | Court: Rittenhouse bound over for trial in Kenosha protest shootingsThere is enough evidence to warrant a trial for an Illinois 17-year-old accused of killing two men and wounding a third during a night of unrest in Wisconsin, a court commissioner ruled Thursday after a contentious hearing in which the defendant's lawyer tried to show he had acted in self-defense.
News | Already on leave, Rosemont top cop Stephens III resignsRosemont Public Safety Department Superintendent Donald E. Stephens III has formally resigned from his post, his uncle, Mayor Brad Stephens, confirmed Wednesday.
News | South Elgin shelter could win $25,000 with your helpAnderson Animal Shelter in South Elgin could win as much as $25,000 from the Petco Foundation if voters choose stories from a pair of their adopters about how their pet changed their lives.
News | Believe Project: $100 to help grieving couple receive some help and recoverToday's winner of a $100 bill through the Believe Project is Emily Hawkins of Round Lake Heights.
Cubs | So long to a legend: Chicago Cubs cut ties with SchwarberThe Chicago Cubs non-tendered Kyle Schwarber on Wednesday, declining to offer salary arbitration to the popular left fielder. They also non-tendered outfielder Albert Almora Jr.
Columns | Feder: Dish Network blackout of Nexstar stations exploits viewersWhile Dish Network and Nexstar Media Group continue to play hardball on a retransmission agreement, viewers of "Chicago's Very Own" WGN-Channel 9 and WGN America cable network were plunged into darkness Wednesday night by the satellite TV provider.
Illinois | Pritzker: Illinois' first COVID-19 vaccine allotment will stretch further than expectedIllinois will deploy all 109,000 doses of its intial COVID-19 vaccine supply because state health officials have been assured a second round of doses will arrive in enough time to finish the inoculation process.
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- 1:02 PMCollege of DuPage Global Education Program launches new video series highlighting travel experiences around the globe
- 11:06 AMPalatine residents take oath as CASA volunteers
- 10:55 AMNative education re-imagined with Trickster's newest exhibit
- 10:44 AMHarper provides tuition relief, scholarships to ease hardships
- 8:57 AMMurphy collects holiday cards to uplift residents of local long-term care facilities
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