Motorcyclist Killed In Algonquin CrashA 35-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a crash Saturday evening in northwest suburban Algonquin.
Lightning Strike Sparks Fire In Algonquin
Mom Who Shot TV Cooperating With DCFS; Kids Won't Be Removed From HomeThe Illinois Department of Children and Family Services says the Algonquin mother accused of shooting her flat-screen TV will get to keep her three children.
Boat Nearly Plunges Over Dam Across Fox RiverRescue crews had to help a man and woman in a pontoon boat from going over the Algonquin Dam on the Fox River on Thursday afternoon, because a cable normally blocking boats from passing under the Route 62 bridge has not been in place for months.
Students Might Miss Graduation Over Slip And Slide PrankSchool officials said the students dumped several gallons of water, baby oil, dish soap, and laundry soap throughout an upstairs hallway at Harry Jacobs High School on Thursday.
6 Kids Hurt After 'Bouncy House' Tips Over At Alongquin SchoolSix elementary students were taken to hospitals as a precautionary measure after the inflatable playground equipment they were enjoying at a northwest suburban school tipped over Thursday afternoon.
Algonquin Arcade Removes Violent GamesNo Limit Arcade is making some changes as a result of the Newtown shootings.
Starbuck's Howls, Forces 'Starbarks' Dog Company To Change NameAn Algonquin woman thought she had the perfect name for her business. But then along came a certain coffee giant from Seattle.
NW Suburban Home Badly Damaged In FireA home in Algonquin was badly damaged in a fire Saturday evening that brought fire personnel from six northwest suburban departments to the scene.
Made In Chicago: Classic Algonquin Arcade Want to play Pac Man, Asteroids or Donkey Kong? If you said yes, you might have been a gamer back in the 1980s.
Algonquin Man Indicted On Child Porn ChargesA northwest suburban Algonquin man is one of two men indicted Wednesday on charges of transporting child pornography.
Algonquin Cheers On Its Hometown Olympian Despite DefeatRunner Evan Jager finished sixth in the final of the Men's Steeplechase on Sunday, but that hardly fazed the nearly 200 or more supporters who gathered at a local restaurant to watch the Algonquin-native compete for his first Olympic medal.

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