Special Report | Bears looking at Naperville now? Team says it's considering sites other than Arlington Park
Naperville Mayor Scott Wehrli met Friday with Chicago Bears President Kevin Warren to discuss the possibility of building their new NFL stadium in Naperville.
Crime | Teen who was fatally shot in Hanover Park identifiedHanover Park police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old boy in a parking lot with "multiple injuries" Thursday night. The Cook County medical examiner's report Friday evening identified the teen as Hanover Park resident Winder Cruz.
Entertainment | 'This is the greatest hits of Warhol': Andy Warhol works get COD art museum's unique treatmentThe "WARHOL" exhibition opening Saturday at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn details the evolution of Andrew Warhola the art student into Andy Warhol the enterprising prince of Pop Art. Along with a selection of his genre-defining hits, the exhibition gives a historical guide into all things Warhol.
News | Police: Route 31, I-88 intersection open again after crashAs of 9 p.m. Friday, the intersection of Route 31 (Lincolnway) and I-88 had reopened after a crash there earlier in the evening, North Aurora police said.
News | Renovated carousel horses ready to ride at Lambs FarmThe carousel at Lambs Farm has been a family favorite for 30 years but its public opening Friday was a fresh start and special occasion.
News | Woman killed, another driver injured in morning Bensenville crashA 59-year-old woman was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Bensenville early today that also injured a 23-year-old Chicago man.
Business | More multifamily residential buildings proposed for Des PlainesTwo more multifamily residential buildings could be coming to central Des Plaines.
Crime | Bond set at $5 million each for teens charged in fatal shooting of Waukegan volleyball coachA Lake County judge Friday set bond at $5 million each for two teens charged as adults in the fatal shooting last month of a 23-year-old Waukegan volleyball coach.
News | Change in the air for Elgin Partnership for Early Learning as it celebrates 10th yearElgin Partnership for Early Learning will be celebrating their 10th anniversary this year and recently received 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. Its annual Learning on the Go summer program begins next week at nine neighborhood sites in Elgin and Hanover Park.
News | Shuttered Gino's East in Libertyville becoming Antioch Pizza Shop franchisePizza will be on the menu again at the former Gino's East in Libertyville, the first venture in a new career for a longtime cybersecurity professional with cooking in his DNA.
News | Schaumburg bicyclist critically injured by vehicle in Hoffman EstatesA 56-year-old Schaumburg man was critically injured Thursday night when the bicycle he was riding was struck by a vehicle in Hoffman Estates.
Crime | Bicyclist killed by hit-and-run driver in Highland ParkA female bicyclist was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver shortly after 12:30 p.m. Friday in Highland Park.
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