Ground has been broken for the new Jeanine Nicarico Advocacy Center in Wheaton.
Next month, DuPage County plans to begin building a new $5 million facility where police will investigate crimes against children.
Suburban prosecutors say they are satisfied that it is now a lot more difficult for someone to be wrongfully convicted of a crime than it was years ago.
More than a dozen inmates on Illinois’ death row would still be eligible to be put to death, even if Gov. Pat Quinn signs into law a repeal of the death penalty.
The father of the murdered 10-year-old Jeanine Nicarico of Naperville says he believes a repeal of the death penalty in Illinois would be wrong.
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