News | 'I still don't feel safe': Former St. Charles school board member details why she resigned
Carolyn Waibel stepped down from the St. Charles Unit District 303 school board on Tuesday, citing harrassment by community members as the reason.
News | Sherman regains Level II trauma center designationThe Illinois Department of Public Health has restored Advocate Sherman Hospital's Level II trauma center status.
Politics | Remap puts anti-Trump GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger in Democrat-leaning districtWith his home district dramatically reshaped, veteran Republican U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger's political future is far from certain.
Illinois | COVID-19 update: 2,413 new cases, 30 additional deaths, 1,550 hospitalizationsNew cases of COVID-19 reached 2,413 Friday with 30 more people dying from the respiratory disease. Patients in the hospital came to 1,550 as of Thursday night.
Lake County | Former Libertarian candidate for governor charged with threatening Lake County judgesGrayson K. Jackson, who ran for Illinois governor in 2018, was taken into custody Thursday and accused of threatening to kill two Lake County judges.
Sky | Chicago Sky rout Mercury 86-50, one win away from titleKahleah Copper scored 20 of her 22 points in the first half and Chicago used a dominant defensive effort to reach a record rout of the Phoenix Mercury 86-50 on Friday night, moving the Sky one victory away from the franchise's first WNBA title.
Business | 'A welcoming environment': After pandemic delay, new Wheeling restaurant opens to customersA much-anticipated addition to the Wheeling Town Center complex has opened its doors.
Special Report | How Bears' purchase of Arlington Park happened, and what might happen nextWhile talk of a Bears move to the suburbs has been happening for years, the team's pending purchase of Arlington Park and its 326 acres makes a move feel more real than ever before. Here's a look at how we got to this point, and what might happen next.
News | Tony Fitzpatrick returns to College of DuPage for one last museum show, but 'it's not the end of anything'"Tony Fitzpatrick: Jesus of Western Avenue" opens Saturday at the Cleve Carney Museum of Art on the campus of the College of DuPage. Fitzpatrick insists it's his last museum show, and he's completely at peace with that. "It's not the end of anything," he said.
News | Another threat closes Naperville NorthBecause of an unspecified threat to the school Friday morning, Naperville North High School had to close early for the second time in a month
News | Take care, dog owners: Some wild mushrooms can be toxicSome wild mushrooms can be toxic to pets. Experts tell how you can keep your dogs safe in the wake of the flourishing fungi.
Special Report | How Churchill's casino interest set Bears deal for Arlington in motionLending more credence today to the Chicago Bears' interest in the sprawling Arlington Park property -- combined with the likely reality that the 94-year-old historic thoroughbred horse racing venue has crossed its finish line -- can be traced to a corporate decision of the racetrack's ownership three years ago.
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