Best Father's Day Gift Of All: A New Lease On LifeThis Father’s Day was one that a Homer Glen man is going to relish for the rest of his life. So will his family.
Train Engineer Spots Extra-Alarm Blaze In AuroraIt has been a busy month for fires in Aurora, with another extra-alarm fire overnight.
"Grief Camp" In Plainfield Teaches Kids To Cope With LossTwo dozen south and southwest suburban children were taking part in a different kind of day camp this week.
Security Increased At Chicago Airports In Wake Of Istanbul BombingSources said Chicago police officers and aviation police have been concentrating their patrols on drop-off and pick-up areas outside the airport’s many entrances.
Teen Driver Fatally Strikes Morris Teacher And Her HusbandKilled were Mark and Janice Wendling, who were riding their bicycles, the Grundy County Coroner's Office says.
Algae On Fox River Causes Taste, Odor Issues For Elgin Tap WaterA foul smell and taste in the water in Elgin should be gone in the next couple days.
Alderman On Back Of Yards Shooting: 'We Could Have Had Our Own Massacre Here'Chicago police are investigating a shooting incident that left Back of the Yards residents and the neighborhood's alderman shaken.
DuPage County Officials Warn Of Rising Heroin CrisisHanover Park Deputy Police Chief Andrew Johnson said the heroin problem is not just a law enforcement issue.
Yorkville Candy Plant To Make More SkittlesA southwest suburban candy plant will be able to make a lot more Skittles, thanks to 75 new employees and a massive expansion of its production lines.
Officer On Desk Duty Amid Probe Into Video Of Apparent StompingA Chicago police officer has been stripped of his police powers and placed on desk duty, pending an investigation into a video showing him apparently stomping a man's head while a second officer was trying to restrain the man.
Aldermen Want Public Hearing On Lead In Water At CPSA group of Chicago aldermen has called for a public hearing to learn more about what’s being done to prevent Chicago Public Schools students from drinking water that might have been contaminated with lead.
Expert: Orlando Gunman Fits Profile Of Unstable ISIS SympathizerFatima Rahman, an assistant professor of politics and chair of the Islamic World Studies program at Lake Forest College, said Islamic State supporters who carry out terrorist attacks usually have a violent past, are unstable, and tend to be non-religious.

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