Crime | Custody exchange leads to shooting in Rolling Meadows Walmart parking lot
A dispute involving a custody exchange of a child resulted in shots being fired in a Rolling Meadows Walmart parking lot Saturday, police said.
Crime | Slain Arlington Heights couple remembered for selfless, generous livesAt their funeral Mass Saturday morning, a retired Arlington Heights couple whom authorities believe were murdered by their daughter a week earlier, were remembered for their devotion to each other and the community they long served.
News | Brothers climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for Sleepy Hollow dad with Parkinson'sWhen he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease five years ago, Bob Vodicka of Sleepy Hollow felt like he was hit by a freight train. Now, his two sons are climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for research to find a cure.
News | Chicago Bears play different sport in Schaumburg to raise money for charityStars of the gridiron at Soldier Field could be found pitching, hitting and catching softballs on the diamond at Schaumburg Boomers Stadium in the Northwest suburbs Saturday during a charity game between Chicago Bears offense and defense players.
Columns | Constable: Teen advocates for others as she waits for new lungsGrateful Maddi Bertrand of Glen Ellyn will receive the Hope and Courage award Wednesday from Chicago's Lurie Children's Hospital for her advocacy on behalf of sick children and people with cystic fibrosis. But what the 19-year-old really wants is a new set of lungs.
News | Jacobs grad helps underprivileged children get first bicyclesJustin Lorenz hopes he can make a difference in the lives of underprivileged children in Dundee Township communities one bicycle at a time.
News | 250 athletes overcome disabilities to compete in Great Lakes GamesAbout 250 athletes with disabilities competed Saturday in the Great Lakes Games hosted by the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association at Lake Forest High School.
News | Once slated for redevelopment, Bloomingdale-area farm is restored by Itasca familyNestled in a pocket of sprawling suburbia, between a cluster of Bloomingdale-area neighborhoods and commercial developments, sits a serene 10-acre farm that one Itasca family has made into its paradise. Had developers gotten their way, it would no longer exist.
News | Aurora setting aside downtown spaces for food trucksAurora encourages food trucks downtown, by setting aside spaces.
News | Mitsuwa debuts new look in Arlington HeightsCome for the ramen, stay for the tuna show. Arlington Heights' Japanese star Mitsuwa Marketplace celebrates a makeover.
Columns | Facts Matter: Manipulated Zuckerberg clip a deepfake videoColumnist Bob Oswald: Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg talking about "billions of people's stolen data" is actually known as a deepfake, a video in which a person's likeness has been manipulated to appear they are saying something they didn't, according to PolitiFact.com.
Columns | Grammar Moses: Let's play a lightning roundJim plays a lightning round of frequently made errors.
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