Columns | Constable: Planning is the recipe for blind student in Maine West culinary class
The culinary classroom at Maine West High School has sharp knives, fire, hot pots, electricity and one student who works dilligently to overcome her obstacle of being blind since birth.
Crime | Rolling Meadows bank robbery suspect tosses cash from car windowA suspect in a Rolling Meadows bank robbery tossed cash out of a car window during a high-speed chase Saturday morning that ended with the man's arrest in Chicago, authorities said.
Politics | Carpentersville girl's speech on gun violence reaches CongressA speech on gun violence in schools made by a Carpentersville high schooler ended up making it all the way to Congress this summer.
Prep Football | Rolling Meadows' defense dominant in quarterfinal win over WW SouthRolling Meadows advanced to the Class 7A semifinals with Saturday's 20-3 victory at Wheaton Warrenville South.
Education | With new transgender policy approved, District 211 turns to locker-room privacy requestsAs Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 prepares to grant transgender students unrestricted access to locker rooms Jan. 7, a residents group opposed to the new policy plans to take advantage of additional privacy measures the district has promised to make available on request.
Lake County | Search continues for Antioch-area girl last seen WednesdayThe Lake County sheriff's office announced Saturday that it still hasn't located Emma Roberts, 16, of the 26100 block of West Spring Grove Road, who disappeared after school on Wednesdsay.
News | North Central College recognizes basketball volunteer's net worthThere's something special about Megan Niklas, and the North Central College basketball community recognized it Saturday.
Kane County | Attorney: Cancer patient might die while awaiting clemency decisionThe health of a 37-year-old cancer patient continues to decline after he was sent to prison this summer after pleading guilty to having 42 pounds of THC chocolates mailed to his Montgomery home. Thomas J. Franzen's attorney in October argued for clemency before a prison review board; Gov. Pritzker's office has not commented on the matter.
News | Daily Herald wins three awards from Chicago's oldest journalism organizationDaily Herald staff members have earned three Sarah Brown Boyden Awards from the Chicago Journalists Association, the oldest organization of journalists in the Chicago area.
Cook County | Arroyo's replacement chosen with his organization's supportCook County Democrats have chosen a utility company executive to fill the legislative seat vacated by former Rep. Luis Arroyo after he was charged with bribery.
Columns | Facts Matter: Costco coupon on Facebook is bogusCostco is not giving away $75 coupons, despite Facebook claims that probably are scammers' efforts to gain access to information about you, Bob Oswald said in his Facts Matter column.
Columns | Grammar Moses: My unconscious bias toward 'unconscious' is showingWe recently ran a story with this headline: "Workshop will address unconscious bias." That didn't sit right with reader Gail Frei.
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