Politics | After controversy, mayor says standards coming for Des Plaines Theatre bookings
Following community backlash over a conservative group's now-canceled booking of the city-owned Des Plaines Theatre, municipal leaders are working with the company that operates the venue to develop standards for future events.
Lake County | Nearly 70 vehicles involved in pileups just north of Illinois-Wisconsin borderUp to 70 vehicles were involved in pileups Friday afternoon on highways just north of the Illinois-Wisconsin border.
Crime | Memphis authorities release video showing violent arrest leading to Tyre Nichols' deathMemphis authorities released more than an hour of footage Friday of the violent beating of Tyre Nichols in which officers are seen holding the Black motorist down and striking him repeatedly as he screamed for his mother.
Transportation | Rail merger opposed by suburbs should go forward, analysts sayIn a final report issued Friday, federal regulators contend the positives of a hotly debated merger sought by the Canadian Pacific Railway and opposed by many suburbs outweigh any negatives. Now it's up to members of the U.S. Surface Transportation Board to make a decision.
Commercial Real Estate | Miniso, a creperie and an escape room among 6 new stores coming to Woodfield MallHalf a dozen new stores are on their way to Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg in the coming months, including two making their first appearances in the Chicago and Illinois markets, as well as a fun escape room.
News | 'A real miracle': Survivors of cardiac arrest, first responders honored at Naperville Fire Department banquetSurvivors of cardiac arrest and the first responders who helped save them were honored at the Naperville Fire Department's Survivors Banquet.
News | Why suburban food pantries expect further stressIllinois' Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits will return to their pre-pandemic levels in March, creating further stress for suburban food pantries that have seen skyrocketing demand due to inflation.
Columns | Does bail reform lead to more crime? What 2 Loyola University professors foundAmid last year's contentious debate over the SAFE-T Act and the elimination of cash bail in Illinois, a pair of Loyola University Chicago criminal justice professors set out to determine whether bail reform does, as some claimed, lead to more crime. Here's what they found.
News | 'An inspiration to us all': 90-year old Crystal Lake man still runs 3 miles a dayGeorge Diedrichs, a Crystal Lake man who just celebrated his 90th birthday, inspires his neighbors by running three miles each and every day regardless of the weather outside.
News | Round Lake 12-year-old earns Junior Miss Earth USA 2023 titleCrowned Junior Miss Earth USA 2023, 12-year-old Kailee Albeck of Round Lake became the first contestant from Illinois to capture the title.
Crime | Police: Teens face kidnapping charges after putting woman in a small storage closetTwo teens were charged with aggravated kidnapping after putting a woman in "jail," which Schaumburg police described as a small storage closet.
Business | Restaurant offering many Caribbean flavors to open next month in GurneeCaribana Island Bar & Grill is expected to have a soft opening the second week of February. The restaurant features cuisine from several Caribbean nations.
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