Gymnast Sunisa Lee wins all-around gold
Sunisa Lee became the fifth straight American woman to claim the Olympic title in the women's gymmastics all-around competition.
Officials in Tokyo alarmed as virus cases hit record highsJapanese officials have sounded the alarm as Tokyo reported record-breaking coronavirus cases for the third straight day with the Olympics well underway
Report: UK could hit 40 Celsius soon due to climate changeA report by leading meteorologists says Britain has become wetter and warmer as a result of climate change
Biden to allow eviction moratorium to expire SaturdayThe Biden administration on Thursday announced it will allow a nationwide ban on evictions to expire Saturday, arguing that its hands are tied after the Supreme Court signaled it could only be extended until the end of the month.
Once fading, mask sales starting to reboundMasks, which had started to disappear from store shelves, may be front and center again.
Violent arrest in Colorado reignites anger over policingA video showing a police officer pistol-whipping and choking a Black man during an arrest in a Denver suburb has reignited anger over policing in the community
COVID-19 rates a worry as 1 million head for Iowa State FairWith coronavirus cases rising throughout Iowa and around the nation, health experts are becoming increasingly worried about next month's Iowa State Fair, which will bring more than 1 million people to Des Moines from around the state, including many from counties with low vaccination rates and increasing prevalence of the disease.
Youth Olympics athlete dies after training accident in CubaYouth Olympics hammer thrower Alegna Osorio has died from head injuries sustained in a training accident in Cuba
China flooding brought fear, then washed away livelihoodsThe night the rains came, all Yu Ruiping could do was huddle at her market stall
After mudslide, priest gets narcos' help to build new townA Honduran town was hammered by two consecutive hurricanes and then obliterated by a mudslide
Today in HistoryToday in History Today is Friday, July 30, the 211th day of 2021. There are 154 days left in the year.
- 11:00 PMCarl Levin, Michigan's longest-serving senator, dies at 87
- 10:28 PMYet another truck strikes roof of Long Grove bridge
- 9:35 PMStorm damage causing power outages throughout area and Route 25 lane closures in East Dundee
- 9:29 PMFloods make thousands homeless in Bangladesh Rohingya camps
- 9:27 PMEx-Sen. Levin, Michigan's longest-serving senator, has died
- 9:22 PMJanice Mirikitani, poet, San Francisco church leader, dies
- 9:15 PMIllinois reports winners of 55 marijuana licenses in lottery
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- MundeleinNearly hourlong police chase ends in wetland
- CarpentersvilleElgin man dies in early-morning Carpentersville shooting, police say
- Fox River GroveBoat crash victim identified as Fox River Grove man
- LombardNew Lombard public art mural pops up at Yorktown Center
- Hoffman EstatesHoffman Estates village hall to resume weekend hours
- Hanover ParkHanover Park car show raising money for summer youth programs
- SchaumburgDavid Bowie tribute and Great White to play Schaumburg's Septemberfest
- WheatonDog dies in Wheaton house fire Wednesday night
- East DundeeShop Dundee event highlights local stores in downtown East and West Dundee
- SchaumburgFormer CIA director, Army Gen. Petraeus to headline Judson event
- St. Charles36th Annual Scarecrow Fest slated for October in St. Charles
- Oak BrookMayslake Peabody Estate to reopen Aug. 4 with 'Capturing Nature' art exhibit
- LibertyvillePeterson Road to close in Libertyville starting Monday
- St. CharlesRiver Corridor Foundation taking on Langum Park project in St. Charles
- SchaumburgTrickster hosting Monarchs & Art fun fair Saturday in Schaumburg
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