News | Elgin residents speak about shooting as police, city officials listen in silence
A "listening session" Saturday about a police shooting in Elgin gave residents a chance to express their feelings without retort or interruption.
News | Fire near Des Plaines leaves six-unit building uninhabitableA fire early Saturday in a garden unit in a six-unit building near Des Plaines left the structure temporarily uninhabitable, fire officials said. No one was injured in the fire.
Bears | Retirement of Colts' Luck shocks NFLIndianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck shocks the NFL world with the announced Saturday night of his retirement from the game.
Politics | Presidential hopefuls woo prominent suburban Democrats, who say sorry, give us a little timeThe primary is months off, but suburban Democrats' phones are ringing as presidential campaigns line up support and volunteers are phone-banking.
Columns | Constable: Study shows we can shed the 'Crazy Cat Lady' stereotypeThe stereotype of the "Crazy Cat Lady" isn't valid, says a new study that focuses on these pet owners. A Hinsdale veterinarian with six cats says it's about time.
News | Car smashes into Round Lake apartment buildingA driver lost control and smashed into an apartment building Saturday evening in Round Lake, according to WBBM-Channel 2.
News | Suburban Heroes: How 4 St. Charles firefighters saved stranded boaters, with 40 seconds to spareForty seconds. That's the length of time that elapsed between the successful rescue of three boaters stranded on the Fox River and the moment their disabled vessel plunged over the dam.
Lake County | Pedestrian from Woodridge struck, killed near AntiochA Woodridge man standing on Route 173 near his incapacitated vehicle in unincorporated Antioch was struck and killed Friday night.
News | Barrington man ready to swim through Atlantic currents, possibly sharks to help ALS researchBarrington resident Doug McConnell is prepared to navigate through strong currents and possibly sharks for what could be the first Atlantic Ocean swim on a specific route between Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard to raise money to help ALS patients.
DuPage County | Change in state law on police questioning prompted by death of Naperville North studentA new state law requiring requiring that a parent or guardian be notified when law enforcement questions a student was prompted by the death of a Naperville North High School student.
Kane County | Carpentersville mom says police searched home without warrant, traumatized her childrenA Carpentersville woman is suing the village and police saying her home was illegally searched and children traumatized
Crime | Fake fundraising accounts set up after trooper's deathIllinois State Police are warning the public to be aware of fake fundraising accounts that are being set up to honor fallen Illinois State Trooper Nick Hopkins.
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