Transportation | No more red-light cameras on Route 83 in Oakbrook Terrace, judge rules
Oakbrook Terrace can't have red-light enforcement cameras on Route 83, a DuPage County judge has ruled.
Kane County | State's attorney: No tampering found in April election in Kane CountyAn investigation by the Kane County state's attorney's office found no tampering with actual vote totals in the April election. However, there was some human error in getting the correct totals posted to the county clerk's website.
Columns | Where is I-55 expansion plan with tolled express lanes heading?State lawmakers are bullish. Not so fast, says IDOT.
Crime | Deerfield school board member ID'd as victim of hit-and-run crashDist. 109 school board member Maureen Wener was identified as the bicyclist killed in Highland Park.
Business | Emagine Batavia finally opens in former Randall 15 theater locationThree years after Randall 15 IMAX closed its doors, the lights are shining bright once again as Emagine Batavia now is welcoming guests back to enjoy movies and more.
White Sox | 'Now is when I feel good with myself': Sox's Comas has no regrets about coming out as gayWhite Sox minor leaguer Anderson Comas has heard and read plenty of negative reactions since coming out as gay, but he has no regrets.
Lake County | Sheriff: Nearly 8,000 fentanyl-laced pills linked to Mundelein manA Mundelein man faces multiple drug and gun charges after a three-month investigation that netted nearly 8,000 fentanyl-laced pills and four firearms, Lake County authorities said Sunday.
Politics | Why some suburban lawmakers got extensions for mandatory disclosure reportsSix of the nine congressional representatives serving the North, West and Northwest suburbs requested 90-day extensions for annual financial disclosures that were due in mid-May, records show.
Lake County | Man drowns early Sunday after jumping into Chain O' Lakes channelA 25-year-old Kenosha man drowned early Sunday after jumping into a water channel on the Chain O' Lakes, authorities said.
Crime | Neighbor charged after police say he removed ATV from crash sceneThe 60-year-old neighbor of a Round Lake Beach man who was hospitalized after crashing his ATV Sunday night is facing a felony obstruction of justice charge alleging he removed the vehicle from the crash scene.
Columns | Suburban Mosaic: How local spellers fared in the Scripps National Spelling BeeFour young spellers made an impressive stand on the most competitive national linguistic stage last week.
Columns | Jim O'Donnell: Have Kevin Warren and the Bears found their golden crowbar in Naperville?When Bears president Kevin Warren met Naperville Mayor Scott Wehrli to discuss the possibility of a new Bears stadium in the giant west suburb, the password was "leverage." The Bears want an array of "tax certainties" and other gift-wrapped concessions before ownership commits to building on approximately one-third of the 326 acres that housed Arlington Park.
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