Dawn Patrol: Gymnastics coach accused of molestation; 2 killed in Bolingbrook shooting ID'd

Schaumburg gymnastics coach accused of molestation

The founder of Elite Stars is facing felony charges in Georgia alleging she sexually abused two developmentally disabled athletes while attending a competition north of Atlanta. Patricia Hermann, 48, of Schaumburg has been charged with three counts of sexual battery of a minor and a single count of aggravated sexual battery. Full story.

Two killed in Bolingbrook shooting ID'd

Two men pronounced dead at the scene of a shooting Monday in a Bolingbrook industrial park on Veterans Parkway have been identified by the Will County coroner's office. One died of multiple gunshot wounds, while the other died of a single gunshot wound, the coroner's office said. Full story.

District 300 board to vote tonight on boundary changes

Students attending several Carpentersville schools likely will be moving to new buildings starting next school year. The Community Unit District 300 school board tonight is expected to approve attendance boundary changes affecting Carpentersville Middle School and five elementary schools. Full story.

Appeal filed in lawsuit over Elgin Tower redevelopment

The owner of the now-shuttered Gasthaus bar in downtown Elgin has appealed a judge's decision to dismiss a lawsuit trying to stop the redevelopment of the iconic Elgin Tower with apartments. Full story.


Cloudy and 50 degrees this morning, Temperatures should top out at 58 degrees this afternoon before falling to 53 degrees overnight tonight. Full story.


Resurfacing work will cause restrictions on Glen Ellyn Road from Geneva Road and North Avenue in Glen Ellyn until October. Full traffic.

Toews comes through again for Blackhawks

By defeating the Anaheim Ducks 1-0 in overtime, the Hawks (according to Elias Sports Bureau) became the first team since OT was reintroduced in the 1983-84 season to post back-to-back overtime shutout wins. And captain Jonathan Toews was again the hero. Read beat writer John Dietz's take here.

Bulls open season tonight against Cavs

Even though he will be wearing a protective face mask and can't always see straight, Derrick Rose is ready to roll for the Chicago Bulls' season opener against Cleveland tonight at the United Center. Read beat writer Mike McGraw's take here.

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