A west suburban man severely beat his longtime girlfriend, then attempted to disarm a police officer who responded to a call at the couple’s apartment Saturday night.
Marisol Pena was last seen at her home in the 600 block of West Galena Boulevard, according to a statement from Aurora police. Police said she might have taken the child, Vanessa Paz, after a disagreement with her family.
A teacher at Washington Middle School, 231 Constitution Drive in Aurora, noticed students milling around the boy’s locker about 2:30 p.m. and found the gun inside a bookbag.
Police armed with search warrants seized nine kilograms of heroin, valued at $1.9 million, from the home of 41-year-old Modesto Alarcon; along with guns, ammunition, and $85,000 in cash.
Friends of a slain Aurora nurse have raised more than $8,000 to help the three children she left behind, while her ex-boyfriend sits behind bars, accused of strangling her before trying to kill himself.
The lifelong friend of an Aurora nurse murdered this past weekend has set up a fund to help the woman’s three young children.
Nearly 70 west suburban high school students walked from their school in Aurora to Soldier Field this week, as an act of solidarity with a former child soldier whose autobiography they read.
Delbert Cooper, 33, was convicted of Renee Perry’s murder in January by a jury that needed about six hours to reach a verdict.
New charges filed against two Joliet brothers accused of murdering a 20-year-old Aurora man in January put into context what allegedly went down inside the bathroom of a west suburban Aurora restaurant where the young man was shot and killed.
Roy R. Lightfoot, 39, faces six felony counts of DUI and several misdemeanors including driving on a revoked license, operating an uninsured vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to reduce speed.
The woman was walking on the street on Randall Road when she was hit by a Ford Taurus, driven by a 65-year-old woman, around 4:15 a.m. Thursday.
Both robberies–believed to be related–happened after a cab driver picked someone up from the Aurora Transportation Center, 233 N. Broadway Ave.
A west suburban man had no intentions of doing the usual chocolates and flowers for Valentine’s Day, but what he did do got him more attention that he ever expected.
With more snow coming, a lot of stuff is getting buried.
With even more snow headed to the Chicago area on Tuesday, the continuous cleanup efforts have been creating problems for some towns and cities that are running low on road salt.
A man died early Saturday after he was struck by an SUV in west suburban Aurora.
An Illinois Tollway maintenance worker was killed, and an Illinois State Police trooper was injured when a semi-tractor trailer crashed into their vehicles on the Reagan Memorial Tollway near Aurora.
Her death is thought to be accidental. At the time she was killed, the girl’s mother and a younger sibling were also home in the apartment.
Spokesman Dan Ferrelli said Aurora salt spreaders have been out 2 1/2 times more often this winter than the last two years combined at this point, so there’ll be changes to how Aurora trucks clear streets.
The mobile home and everything inside was destroyed. The damaged was estimated at $50,000.