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An inside look at Zurich North America's 'masterpiece' headquarters
Zurich North America's stunning 750,000-square-foot headquarters in Schaumburg opens today, bucking the trend of corporations abandoning suburban campuses for city centers. The massive glass, steel and wood structure is a throwback to an era when companies used architecture to make statements about themselves.
Trump coming to suburbs with demonstrations expected in Bolingbrook
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will land in Bolingbrook Wednesday for a fundraiser expected to draw demonstrations for and against him.
Barrington Hills man found dead in car co-owned Elgin company
A 43-year-old Barrington Hills man who was the co-owner of Elgin-based Omega Demolition Corp. was found dead in the backseat of a burning vehicle in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood Friday night.
Rondo draws praise after Chicago Bulls' initial practice
The Chicago Bulls made it through the first practice of training camp injury-free. When it was over, coach Fred Hoiberg was quick to compliment the leadership of point guard Rajon Rondo.
Schaumburg wants to buy offices to clear way for entertainment district
Schaumburg trustees Tuesday approved a $6.58 million offer to buy the two single-story office buildings just north of the village's convention center and Renaissance Hotel to help develop a new entertainment district and reconfigure Thoreau Drive. The 110,000-square-foot Woodfield Green Executive Centre lies on the north side of Thoreau Drive and just across Meacham Road from Zurich North America's new headquarters.
Demonstrators protest as Trump visits Bolingbrook
Donald Trump's coming to Bolingbrook at Mayor Roger Claar's invitation, but despite that endorsement a crowd of peaceful demonstrators Wednesday morning blasted his appearance as an "insult" to women and minorities.
Elk Grove Village man charged with burglary
Bond was set at $75,000 Tuesday for an Elk Grove Village man charged with breaking into a man's house and rifling through his dresser drawers as he slept, police said.
Police issue warrant in U of I shooting of Mundelein man
Police say an arrest warrant for a first-degree murder charge has been issued for an 18-year-old man in the deadly shooting of a Mundelein man at a party on the University of Illinois campus.
Police arrest suspect in 3 DuPage County bank robberies, seek one more
A suspect is in custody after robbing a bank Monday in Warrenville and two other banks this summer in Glendale Heights and Carol Stream, according to the FBI. And authorities said the Warrenville robbery occurred less than an hour before they responded to a robbery at another DuPage County bank -- this one in Wood Dale.
Naperville native killed while biking in Chicago
A woman struck and killed while riding her bike Monday in Chicago has been identified as a Naperville native.
Dawn Patrol: Trump in Bolingbrook today
Demonstrations expected during Trump visit today. Crash victim identified as Neuqua Valley alumna. Injured Naperville runner leads shoe drive. Bank robbery suspect in custody. Elk Grove man charged in burglary. U of I vigil honors shooting victim from Mundelein. Motorola Mobility set for more cuts. Fuller makes it 9 on Bears' IR list.
Palatine man with 4 DUIs sent to prison
Juan Martinez of Palatine was sentenced to four years in prison after he pleaded guilty to his fourth DUI, which caused a crash in June.
Daughter spruces up Schaumburg's new Kouzina
Diners will be happy to find a familiar menu of classic Greek dishes at Schaumburg's new Kouzina Greek Kitchen & Bar, which is helmed by the daughter of the former owner of Greek Village Taverna.
Batavia High School to raise funds in memory of alum
The varsity football rivalry between Batavia and Geneva high schools will serve as the backdrop for a fundraiser Friday at Bulldog Stadium honoring a former student who recently died of cancer.
Chicago Cubs, Theo Epstein agree to 5-year contract extension
The Chicago Cubs and baseball president Theo Epstein have agreed a five-year contract extension.
Vigil at U of I honors Mundelein man killed in shooting
A 22-year-old Mundelein man who shot in Champaign was remembered Tuesday night for his eccentric personality, selfless pursuits toward nursing
Motorola Mobility set for more cuts
Lenovo, the parent of Chicago-based Motorola Mobility, said about 2 percent of the worldwide workforce would be cut. That could mean about 1,000 workers would lose their jobs, but it is unknown how many would be affected in the Chicago headquarters.
Imrem: Chicago Bears more Mistakes than Monsters of the Midway
Chicago Bears New Tradition: more Mistakes of the Midway than Monsters of the Midway
Elgin man charged with growing pot after tenant's social media post
A 52-year-old Elgin man was charged with possessing and growing marijuana in his backyard after authorities were called to his home after one of his tenants posted suicidal statements on social media.
Public review begins for long-planned subdivision in Libertyville
Traffic and adding new students to local schools are chief concerns as Libertyville considers the largest new subdivision proposed in years.
Hoiberg: Bulls power forward spot up for grabs
Not every starting spot is available, but Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said Tuesday he plans to look at several candidates to start at power forward during training camp.
Rosie O'Donnell responds to Trump on Twitter
According to Rosie O'Donnell's Twitter feed, the comedian spent Monday night "not watching" the debates. Still, she somehow quickly caught wind of the fact that Trump has once again mentioned her while on a political stage.
New program rewards leadership among Elk Grove athletes
Elk Grove High School athletes are working alongside the school's athletic department to implement and promote a new program that recognizes student athletes.
Parents chastise, support U-46 board on transgender locker room issue
The state's second-largest school district's move to allow locker room access to a transgender student took center stage again Monday night as dozens of people voiced concerns about the decision.
Report: Chicago White Sox want Ventura back as manager
He's nearing the end of his fourth straight losing season with the Chicago White Sox, and his contract expires after Sunday's game against the Minnesota Twins. But White Sox manager Robin Ventura is going to be offered a new contract, according to a report in USA Today.
Girls volleyball scoreboard: Tuesday, Sept. 27 results
High school girls volleyball results from matches of Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Auditor: College of DuPage needs to improve oversight, operations
Illinois' top auditor suggested 19 areas for improvement by College of DuPage's administration -- an audit that was sparked by the buyout of then-President Robert Breuder last year.
Images: Tour the new Zurich North America's Schaumburg headquarters
Zurich North America's stunning 750,000-square-foot headquarters in Schaumburg bucks the trend of corporations abandoning suburban campuses for city centers. The massive glass, steel and wood structure is a throwback to an era when companies used architecture to make statements about themselves.
Trump in Chicago: I'll be 'true friend' to Poland
In muted tones before about 200 people at the Polish National Alliance headquarters in Cicero, Donald Trump promised an administration that will be a "true friend to Poland and all Polish-Americans."
Fuller makes it nine on Chicago Bears' IR list
Cornerback Kyle Fuller has been placed on injured reserve, becoming the ninth Chicago Bear on that list already this season. Other, less serious injuries, caused additional personnel moves on Tuesday, including the addition of veteran running back Joique Bell, a former LIon who will face his old team Sunday as a Bear at Soldier Field.
Northwest suburban police blotter
Burglars stole a set of golf clubs, cellphone charging cord and cosmetics between Sept. 19 and 23 out of a 2013 Subaru Outback on the 100 block of East Eastman in Arlington Heights. Value was estimated at $1,500.
Chevy Bolt: First impressions of Chevrolet's electric car
With the new Bolt electric car, Chevy has taken everything it has learned in its 104-year-old history and carefully broken with a few of the industry's long-standing conventions.
Hoffman Estates schools locked down after reports of armed subject
Some Hoffman Estates schools were placed on temporary lockdown Monday afternoon while police tracked down a reportedly armed person who had intentionally driven a car into another vehicle and then fled the crash scene.
AP: Across US, police officers abuse confidential databases
An investigation by The Associated Press finds that scores of police officers are abusing confidential law enforcement databases
Support for schools is investment in future
A Palatine letter to the editor: We need each other. That simple statement is the essential part of a community.
Playoff scenarios are getting real now
Eyes on Five says that if it's Week 6 of the football season, it's time to start talking seriously about playoff projections.
Will Mundelein ban the sale of dogs from puppy mills?
Mundelein officials will investigate banning the sale of dogs from large-scale breeding operations ingloriously dubbed puppy mills.
Analysis: Trump stumbles into Clinton's trap by feuding with Latina beauty queen
It might be Hillary Clinton's most cunning move since the start of the general election. The Democratic nominee set a trap for Donald Trump in the final minutes of the first debate, and he walked right into it. The GOP nominee's decision to take the bait and rehash his past attacks of a former Miss Universe for gaining too much weight is now dominating the conversation.
Boys golf: Record showing from Tenuta as Prospect, Barrington share overall MSL title
Nick Tenuta shot 67 at Buffalo Grove Golf Club, helping Prospect to a second-place finish behind Barrington in the Mid-Suburban League tournament with a performance that tied a 40-year-old record. The Tuesday outcome means Barrington and Prospect share the overall league championship.
Injured Naperville runner leads shoe drive for those in need
More than 2,500 pairs of donated shoes from Naperville are on their way to needy countries across the world thanks to one student's efforts.
Hanover Park man gets 4 years for Streamwood burglary
Alejandro Hernandez of Hanover Park was sentenced to four years in prison after he pleaded guilty to burglarizing a Streamwood home earlier this year.
Boys soccer scoreboard: Tuesday, Sept. 27 results
High school boys soccer results from games of Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Fish fry fundraiser Saturday to turn Elgin historic home into public building
After having fallen into disrepair, the historic Nancy Kimball House on Elgin's near west side is being revived by plans to turn it into a public space for residents and community groups.
Girls golf: Winds of fate favor Barrington
Barrington won its second straight Mid-Suburban League girls golf championship and was led by a freshman (Caroline Smith) and sophomore (Nicole Ciskowski), who recorded the top two scores of the day with a 2-under 66 and 74 respectively at Arlington Lakes Golf Club in Arlington Heights.
Mike North video: Jay Cutler a bust for Chicago Bears
Mike North wonders why Jay Cutler, who has been with the Chicago Bears since 2009, still hasn't had much success.
Girls golf: WW South makes it three in a row
Sarah Hauenstein easily won medalist honors to lead Wheaton Warrenville South to its third consecutive DuPage Valley Conference girls golf championship.
Motorola Solutions acquires Utah company
Chicago-based Motorola Solutions, which has offices in Schaumburg, has acquired Salt Lake City, Utah-based Spillman Technologies.
Mundelein man who was shot in Champaign was visiting friends
The 22-year-old Mundelein man who was fatally shot near the University of Illinois campus was in Champaign visiting friends before he was scheduled to start a new job, his girlfriend's mother said Monday.
12-year-old gets West Dundee to consider saving historic pump house
A century-old pump house slated for demolition in downtown West Dundee may be reconstructed into a community space using salvaged materials.
Kane forest preserve may raise tax levy for first time in 5 years
Early signs point to a tax levy increase by the Kane County Forest Preserve District. It would be the first increase in five years.
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