News | One killed in theater roof collapse in Belvidere, while storms bring outages, floods in suburbs
One person was killed and 28 people were hurt after the center of the roof of a theater in Belvidere collapsed as a concert was going on. The tragedy came as two lines of intense storms raced through northern Illinois and the suburbs Friday evening.
Business | UpRising Bakery will downsize menu as it looks for new location, owner saysThe community has spoken and it wants her to remain open, UpRising Bakery and Cafe owner Corinna Sac said. Its location will likely be somewhere other than Lake in the Hills, though, Sac said.
Blackhawks | 'He knows what he can handle': Toews set to return to action Saturday against DevilsForget about waiting until next week's road trip for Jonathan Toews' return to game action. It is coming Saturday when the Blackhawks host the New Jersey Devils in a 7 p.m. start.
Crime | Sources: Trump facing at least 1 felony charge in NY caseFormer President Donald Trump is facing multiple charges of falsifying business records, including at least one felony offense, in the indictment handed down by a Manhattan grand jury, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Friday.
News | Elk Grove Village buys shuttered White Castle at busy cornerElk Grove Village has purchased a shuttered White Castle restaurant at the busy intersection of Oakton Street and Busse and Higgins roads -- a corner where the village has assembled other properties and redevelopments in recent years.
Crime | 'A serious and somber moment': Political leaders react to Trump indictmentWith several noting that no one -- not even a former president -- is above the law, Illinois political leaders and experts are reacting to the grand jury indictment of Donald Trump with public statements ranging from cautious to angry.
Crime | Lake Villa man charged with attemped murder after shooting at policeA Lake Villa man is facing attempted murder charges after police say he shot up multiple squad cars and tried to break into several homes in McHenry overnight.
Editorial | A summary of endorsements in local electionsExpanded early in-person voting begins Monday for candidates for community college, school board and municipal offices in the April 4 election. Here are the Daily Herald's endorsements in selected suburban contests. Municipal Boards
Columns | 'His presence was as big as his stature': Support pours in for Batavia officer's familyJoe Gudella was a Batavia police officer for just over a year, but he made a big impression on the community he served. That's obvious from the outpouring of support since he died unexpectedly Monday in Wisconsin.
News | Dailyherald.com is back online. Thank you for your patienceDailyherald.com is back online after experiencing an outage early this morning. Thank you for your patience.
News | 'Understand each other': How holy month of Ramadan works, as seen at Lake in the Hills mosqueMuslims across the suburbs and world, including members of American Muslim Community Organization in Lake in the Hills, are observing the Islamic holy month of fasting, prayer, charity, fellowship and reflection. Here's a peek into its traditions.
Illinois | Senate approves measure to crack down on 'crisis pregnancy centers'A rush of legislation passed before a Friday deadline in the Senate included proposals aimed at protecting those seeking reproductive health care in Illinois. The first of these proposals, Senate Bill 1909, would give the state's attorney general explicit authority to crack down on "limited services pregnancy centers," which are also known as crisis pregnancy centers.
News | Schaumburg trustees approve $1,000 'inflation-relief' payments for full-time employeesDespite the criticisms of approximately a dozen residents, Schaumburg trustees have unanimously approved what they're calling inflation-relief payments of $1,000 to the village's full-time employees and $500 to part-time employees.
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