Illinois Dems unveil proposed congressional map
Democrats in the Illinois General Assembly released the proposed new congressional map Friday, with the lines drawn to yield 14 Democratic and three Republican districts. The current House delegation is made up of 13 Democrats and five Republicans.
FDA panel endorses lower-dose Moderna COVID shot for boosterU.S. health advisers said Thursday that some Americans who received Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine should get a half-dose booster to bolster protection against the virus.
'Soul-consuming': Victim's family reflects on Durst caseRobert Durst, 78, was convicted in Los Angeles Superior Court last month of first-degree murder for shooting Susan Berman point-blank in the back of the head at her home in December 2000
Chicago cops won't be sent home over vaccine status - yetChicago police leaders and the mayor say that officers will not be ordered to go home if they defy the city's requirement that they report their COVID-19 vaccination status or be placed on unpaid leave
Liberian teen becomes hero for finding and returning $50,000A teenager in Liberia who has become a national hero after finding $50,000 and returning it to its rightful owner said he will meet with the country's president next week
China warns against 'manipulation' of WHO virus probeChina's Foreign Ministry has warned against what it calls possible 'úpolitical manipulation'Ě of a renewed probe by the World Health Organization into the origins of the coronavirus
Africa detecting just 1 in 7 COVID-19 cases, says WHO studyAccording to a new study by the World Health Organization, only one in seven COVID-19 infections in Africa are being detected, meaning the continent's estimated infection level may be 59 million people
In Nigeria's troubled northwest, phone blockades hurt localsIn response to growing violence across Nigeria's northwest and central states, governors have blocked telecommunications in many areas across five states to enable the military to carry out special operations targeted at the armed groups attacking local communities
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Aurora resident joins The Just Food Initiative of the Fox ValleyKelly Rhodes of Aurora is the newest devotee of food justice to join the leadership team of The Just Food Initiative of the Fox Valley. Rhodes comes with more than two decades of experience in the corporate travel industry. Working for a Fortune 100 company, she planned events on a global scale, traveled extensively and enjoyed learning about -- and experiencing -- many different cultures.
UN official: Taliban to announce secondary school for girlsA senior U.N. official says the Taliban told him they will announce 'úvery soon'Ě that all Afghan girls will be allowed to attend secondary schools
- 9:21 PMBody found in Elgin a week ago identified as homeless man
- 9:01 PMRemap puts anti-Trump GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger in Democrat-leaning district
- 8:44 PMMore than 90 snakes found under Northern California home
- 8:42 PMTeenage boy charged with hijacking woman's car in Willowbrook
- 8:06 PMFormer job is key in case against US journalist in Myanmar
- 7:53 PMNew center in Round Lake Park quarduples fragrance maker's manufacturing footprint
- 7:35 PMTony Fitzpatrick returns to College of DuPage for one last museum show, but 'it's not the end of anything'
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- Round Lake BeachNew center in Round Lake Park quarduples fragrance maker's manufacturing footprint
- CrimeDeerfield man sentenced for defrauding children's charity
- LombardNational Indo-American Museum opens in Lombard
- Downers GroveLate Army staff sergeant's love of scuba diving inspires Palatine mom to write children's book
- ElginBody found in Elgin a week ago identified as homeless man
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- Vernon HillsVehicle suspected in deadly hit and run located
- St. CharlesZen Leaf waiting for state approval to move to former Jared Jewelry store in St. Charles
- WaucondaNew Wauconda village administrator has varied suburban experience
- Rolling MeadowsRolling Meadows police chief named temporary city manager
- GurneeHobby Lobby opening at Gurnee Mills in early 2022
- BataviaBatavia aldermen favor two dam options: Remove it or lower it
- Special ReportRacing board member backs bid for horses, Bears to coexist at Arlington Park
- St. CharlesFive people injured in St. Charles house fire Wednesday night
- Downers GroveDowners Grove approves Ogden Avenue hotel and restaurant
Owls, pumpkin patches and football games means it's autumn in The Week in Pictures photo gallery for October 2-8, 2021.
Through the Film Magnifier: Richard Nixon, ballet classes, baseball tryouts, donkey basketball and more
Bull frogs, cow pies, rescue dogs and race horses are all part of The Week in Pictures photo gallery for September, 18-24, 2021.
Antioch visited Wauconda, Maine South played against Glenbrook North and Buffalo Grove played at Prospect on Friday night, September 24, 2021.