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What else will Bulls do this summer?
The Bulls have traded Derrick Rose, while Joakim Noah and Pau Gasol are expected to leave as free agents. There is still hope for the Bulls to improve this summer, though, and here are some suggestions.
5 reasons why July 1 means more Illinois budget doom
Here are five clear problems Illinoisans face as Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner and top Democrats who control the legislature approach a new milestone this week in their historic budget war.
Man in car shot early Saturday near Route 53 and I-90 near Schaumburg
A man was hospitalized after being shot while in a car near I-90 and Route 53 in Schaumburg. The injury is not believed to be life-threatening.
Should St. Charles protect Hotel Baker?
A new plan for St. Charles' First Street project may create a glossy, new competitor for the iconic Hotel Baker
Rozner: Maybe Bulls finally see big picture
The Bulls have been delusional for too long about their title chances. The trade of Derrick Rose and shopping of Jimmy Butler might finally signal a new direction.
Pyke: Cancer charity 'desperately' needs drivers for patients
About 20 percent of cancer patients cancel or delay treatment because they can't get there. There's a "desperate" need in the suburbs for volunteer drivers whose help often can make a life-or-death difference in someone's life.
Lanes reopened after Route 53 rollover in Rolling Meadows
All lanes of northbound Route 53 have been reopened after a vehicle rollover just south of Kirchoff Road earlier this morning, a Rolling Meadows fire official said.
Even grizzled New Yorkers like 'Naperville'
"Naperville" debuts in New York. And even the Big Apple's "grizzled city dwellers" like it, playwright says. It debuts in Chicago Aug. 26.
Tiny home, big interest in Arlington Heights
Visitors toured five historic and distinctive homes Sunday as part of the Arlington Heights Historical Society's annual House Walk, but it was the smallest and newest of the bunch that got much of the attention.
Century-old Woodman's expanding suburban reach
Planned Woodman's grocery stores in Buffalo Grove and Lakemoor signal the Wisconsin company's continued expansion south of the border into the suburbs.
Mount Prospect restaurateur keeps tradition going in Crystal Lake
Chef Chris Barth and his wife, Lorraine, owners of Retro Bistro in Mount Prospect, have opened a second restaurant in Crystal Lake. They carry on their family ties and food traditions.
How Sigourney Weaver and Ed O'Neill were netted for 'Dory'
"Finding Dory" brings back a lot of familiar faces from "Finding Nemo" -- but if you've seen the movie, you know some of the newer characters steal the show, including Ed O'Neill's Hank and Sigourney Weaver's aquatic center announcer.
Lester: No suburban public schools ban solo meetings of coaches, athletes
A check of 32 suburban public high schools shows none prohibit one-on-one time between coaches and student athletes, columnist Kerry Lester writes.
Buyers or sellers? White Sox still have time to decide
With the July 31 nonwaiver trade deadline approaching, the Chicago White Sox would like to add more talent and make a playoff push. But the Sox could also be sellers if their record doesn't improve.
How best to preserve Cuneo estate's legacy?
The 100th birthday of the iconic Cuneo Mansion and Garden in Vernon Hills will pass without fanfare, as the current owner focuses on generating millions for renovations needed before it can reopen to the public.
Top 20 take the stage for Suburban Chicago's Got Talent
The Top 20 contestants of Suburban Chicago's Got Talent for 2016 compete at the Prairie Center for the Arts in Schaumburg.
Bad odor, taste in water puts wells in use in Elgin, Aurora
A bad odor and taste to the drinking water pulled from the Fox River has led Elgin and Aurora to temporarily turn to wells.
Spring Grove-area woman found dead after crash
The McHenry County Coroner's office is investigating the death of a 33-year-old woman in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday morning along Route 12 east of Sunset Road in Spring Grove.
White Sox bounce back to beat Blue Jays
Ace starter Chris Sale allowed 2 runs over 8 innings to help the Chicago White Sox shake off an historic loss Saturday with a 5-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Bartlett High School getting new scoreboard, field
Bartlett High School will be able to get a new stadium scoreboard thanks, in part, to a $25,000 donation from the Bartlett Rotary Club, while workers are resurfacing the existing athletic field with fresh sod.
Bicyclist injured when hit by vehicle in Arlington Heights
A female bicyclist was taken to Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights Monday morning with injuries that didn't appear to be life-threatening after she was hit by a vehicle near the intersection of Northwest Highway and Highland Avenue, police said.
In case you missed it: Watch Arlington Heights 8th-grader on Jimmy Fallon
If you couldn't stay up late enough Wednesday night to watch "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon," you probably missed Arlington Heights 8th-grader Jack Aiello do his now-famous presidential candidate impersonations. Watch it here.
Mayors unite against Route 53 environmental study
Top elected officials in Hawthorn Woods and Long Grove unite in opposition to continued study for a proposed Route 53 extension
Simone Biles glides to 4th straight US gymnastics title
Simone Biles long run atop women's gymnastics shows no signs of slowing down
Rozner: Blackhawks' Shaw too expensive for his own good
Andrew Shaw simply wanted too much money and the Blackhawks could no longer afford him.
Morneau making progress toward joining Chicago White Sox
After having elbow surgery in December, Justin Morneau has started taking batting practice and is hoping to join the Chicago White Sox shorlty after the all-star break.
Dawn Patrol: Tributes to Orlando at Pride Parade; Spring Grove-area woman found dead
Tributes to Orlando victims kick off Pride Parade. Spring Grove-area woman found dead after Sunday morning crash. Elgin dumpster fire damages apartment buildings, six cars. Sale, Sox bounce back to beat Blue Jays. Cubs lose series finale 6-1 to Marlins.
Summer TV offers crime dramas, game shows and more
Game shows, '80s-set dramas and plenty of reality TV options await channel surfers this summer. Here's a look.
Former Blackhawk Shaw: 'I'll miss Chicago dearly'
Andrew Shaw said Saturday that he felt like he was close to making a deal with the Blackhawks, but in the end the parties couldn't make out a deal. He is looking forward to a fresh start in Montreal.
Elgin fire damages apartment buildings, six cars
Elgin fire investigators are working to determine what sparked a fire inside a wooden dumpster enclosure at a city apartment complex Friday that damaged six cars parked nearby as well as two adjacent buildings.
Olympic qualifying: Plenty to cheer about as Illinois' best compete at swimming trials
Matt Grevers, Kevin Cordes and Olivia Smoliga are among the swimmers with Illinois roots best positioned for success in the upcoming U.S. Olympic Trials meet.
Frontier Days opens Thursday for 40th year
The Arlington Heights Frontier Days festival opens Thursday for the 40th year at Recreation Park. This festival is the biggest regional Fourth of July festival in the Northwest suburbs.
Tributes to Orlando victims open Pride Parade
The hundreds of thousands of participants and spectators along the four-mile Chicago Pride Parade route Sunday had expected this year's 47th annual event to celebrate the anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage. Instead, the parade began with a somber tone in tribute to Orlando terror attack victims.
Rolling Meadows man wins Powerball prize
A Rolling Meadows resident has won a $50,000 Powerball prize with a $2 Quick Pick ticket. Ashokbhai Patel recently came forward with a ticket that matched four numbers, plus the Powerball number, in the Jan. 9 drawing.
Willowbrook Wildlife Center to celebrate 60 years
Willowbrook Wildlife Center this summer is celebrating 60 years of returning injured animals to the wild.
Arlington Heights 8th-grader's impersonations of Trump, Clinton go viral
Arlington Heights teen Jack Aiello is getting national attention after a video of his eighth-grade graduation video from Thomas Middle School -- which includes spot-on impersonations of the 2016 presidential candidates -- went viral.
Elgin man faces prison, $1M fine after admitting bank fraud
An Elgin man faces up to 30 years in prison and $1 million in restitution after pleading guilty to band fraud, money laundering and giving false testimony in a bankruptcy case.
Round Lake Park officers sue department over body cameras
Ten Round Lake Park Police officers have filed a federal lawsuit seeking more than $15 million because body cameras recorded them during private times.
An Arlington Heights letter to the editor: I was wondering if President Obama still thinks that global warming is more of a threat to the United States than ISIS.
Justin Timberlake apologizes for tweet after backlash
Justin Timberlake, who praised actor-activist Jesse Williams' moving speech at the BET Awards, has apologized for responding to tweet that claimed he appropriates black culture
Editorial: The duty of a school board to lead
In this editorial, the Daily Herald describes Palatine District 15 as an illustration of the tendency of many school boards to acquiesce rather than to direct.
Meet the cop who's a "Knight Rider" fan with his own KITT car
As a child, Schaumburg Police Officer Eric Wang was a fan of the show "Knight Rider." Now 37, he has his own KITT car -- and loves to see people's reactions to it.
Teen drowns near Waukegan beach
The body of teen boy who drowned while swimming in a boat channel Friday afternoon near the Waukegan Municipal Beach has been recovered by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Bernfield: Cubs' depth on display with recent injuries
There's no greater evidence of the Cubs' organizational depth than the fact that they've maintained a huge lead in the NL Central division despite the number of injuries they've sustained in recent weeks. But those having to step up now still have a lot left to learn about the big leagues.
Vernon Hills arena hosts 'Pucks for Autism' hockey tournament
Glacier Ice Arena in Vernon Hills is hosting the four-day "Pucks for Autism" adult hockey tournament that runs through Sunday.
What's new at Lisle's Eyes to the Skies balloon festival? Motocross
Eyes to the Skies returns with hot air balloons, nightly fireworks and a new addition -- motocross.
DuPage forest district delays sale of horses to Schaumburg Park District
DuPage County Forest Preserve officials have delayed the sale of two draft horses to the Schaumburg Park District after residents raised concerns about the deal. It's now unclear when, or if, a vote will happen.
Clash of Clans may spur Tencent's Marvel-like aspirations
Clash of Clans could be the type of tent-pole entertainment that helps Asia's biggest internet company build a Marvel-like universe of movies, comic books, online videos and T-shirts.
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