News | On last day of Arlington season, a dark cloud over track's future
Dark storm clouds cast a literal and figurative shadow over Arlington International Racecourse Saturday afternoon, on what was the last day of racing for the season, and perhaps beyond.
Cook County | Schaumburg mayor calls on Woodfield to add entrance barriersIn the wake of chaotic scene at Schaumburg's Woodfield Mall Friday where a man drove an SUV into the mall, village officials are mandating protective barriers at all entrances to the mall in the future.
Opinion | UN climate summit unlikely to produce big progressHopes of a breakthrough in international climate change ambitions are being downplayed for a landmark meeting in New York Monday.
DuPage County | Suburban Heroes: DuPage sheriff honors intern who came to aid of deputyFrank Ficarra is only an intern, but he acted like an experienced sheriff's deputy when he came to DuPage County Sheriff's deputy Cpl. Eduardo Castillo's aid in a potentially dangerous situation earlier this month.
Columns | Casino revenues fall, but video gambling bolsters state's wageringGambling revenue hit its highest level ever last year with a take of more than $1.4 billion. The increase was almost solely due to a nearly $50 million spike in video gambling revenues, while casino revenue dropped again.
Columns | Constable: Suburbanite with diabetes pinch-hits for Santo, 'my hero'With today being the last regular season home game at Wrigley Field, I'm reminded of how Chicago Cubs legend Ron Santo could be counted on most seasons to raise money every fall for research into a cure for Type 1 diabetes, instead of having to broadcast postseason games.
News | Free community education program Wednesday explains our approach to drone photosJoin Daily Herald Senior Director of Visual Journalism Jeff Knox on Wednesday, Sept. 25, in Arlington Heights as he tells about rules for using Daily Herald news drones,
News | Images: The impact of climate changeEarthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires, droughts, floods and pestilence are nothing new to Planet Earth or even to our comparatively brief human experience here. But, because of humankind's impact on the environment, are these phenomena growing more frequent and more intense? Nature, it has been said, does not need us; we need Nature. These photos show some of what may be in store if we don't get control of the activities that scientists say are changing our climate.
News | Hoffman Estates celebrates 60 years of historyHoffman Estates held a community picnic Saturday at the Sears Centre Arena to celebrate the suburbs' 60th anniversary.
News | Cyclist killed in Waukegan hit and runA man was killed after being struck by a vehicle while riding his bike Thursday night in Waukegan, police said.
Kane County | Aurora police looking for suspect who stabbed man to deathAurora police are investigating the stabbing death of a man early Saturday morning on the city's near east side.
News | Facts Matter: Quote about cost of border wall didn't come from actorA quote falsely attributed to actor Tim Allen has recently been posted and reposted by social media users. And Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said the Obama administration "didn't lock people up in cages," the chain-link enclosures the Trump administration is using to detain migrants were built while Biden was vice president.
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