Crime | Killer wrote 'I hate you' beside trooper's name; recording reveals police finding 'multiple injured' at lounge
The woman who shot and killed retired Illinois State Police Trooper Gregory Rieves Friday night in Lisle had written his name on a wall at her Chicago home, next to a message that read "I hate you ... hope you two die!" Police also released a recording of police radio traffic revealing officers' urgency: "I have multiple injured."
News | Kobe Bryant's helicopter flew in fog that grounded other aircraftCoroner's officials worked to recover victims' remains Monday from the hillside outside Los Angeles where a helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and eight others crashed in weather so foggy that local police departments had grounded their own choppers.
News | Naperville Bar Louie closure reflects 'chain-wide issue'Bar Louie in downtown Naperville has closed, one of a reported 38 locations of the gastropub chain to shut its doors in a bankruptcy filing, downtown business officials said.
News | 'I'm still in Auschwitz': Holocaust survivor remains haunted by memoriesSeventy-five years after Auschwitz-Birkenau prisoner Fritzie Fritzshall was liberated from the notorious Nazi death camp, the Buffalo Grove woman remains haunted by her experiences.
News | New owner for Cafe Fourteen on Northwest Highway in PalatineCafe Fourteen on Northwest Highway in Palatine has been sold by its longtime owner to a chef who most recently worked for a local brunch chain.
Columns | Towns spending 33% of property taxes on pensionsOn average, suburbs are spending the equivalent of a third of the property taxes collected each year on pension costs. Municipal leaders say it's only going to grow because pension debt is growing as well.
News | Coronavirus patient remains in isolation at Hoffman Estates hospitalA Chicago woman diagnosed with the only confirmed case of coronavirus east of the Mississippi River in the U.S. remained in good condition Monday in isolation at Amita St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates, officials said.
Columns | Rafer Weigel: 'Fox 32 let me go' after revenge porn allegationsRafer Weigel, the Chicago television news anchor who got caught up in a tawdry scandal involving texts of nude photos and allegations of revenge porn, said he was fired Monday from Fox-owned WFLD-Channel 32.
News | Ex-pastor stripped of authority, told to move after inappropriate material found on computerThe former longtime pastor of St. Zachary Parish in Des Plaines has been stripped of his authority to minister and told to move away from the parish after inappropriate material was found on his personal computer, Cardinal Blase Cupich wrote this weekend in a letter to the congregation.
News | McHenry Starbucks crash 911 calls: 'I just saw them going out of control and crashing into the building'Emergency calls to 911 reporting that a pickup truck had plowed into a Starbucks coffee shop in McHenry paint a picture of panic and disbelief as routine coffee runs that afternoon turned into chaos.
News | Funeral for 'unclaimed veteran' Wednesday in ElginThanks to the efforts of a funeral home in Elgin, veteran John James Murphy will be buried with military honors at Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery in Elwood.
Crime | Staff member accused of choking child at Aurora mental health facilityA worker at the Northern Illinois Academy, a juvenile mental health facility in Aurora, has been accused of choking a child who was a student there.
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