Some Suburbs Plan Exemptions From Cook County Sick Leave MandateSeveral Cook County suburbs have begun pushing back against the county’s newly-approved paid sick leave ordinance.
Motorists To 9-1-1: There's A Car Driving Around With A Tree In Its GrilleNow we know what other drivers were saying shortly before a Schaumburg woman was pulled over by Roselle police. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Alleged Drunk Driver Gets Tree Stuck In GrilleAround 11 p.m. on Jan. 23, police were contacted about a car spotted driving down the road with a 15-foot tree sticking straight up out of its front end.
Late Pizzeria Owner's Family Not Sure They'll Reopen RestaurantAfter his father’s death, Juan Acuna said his family is not optimistic about reopening the pizza restaurant that was Gus Acuna's dream.
Three Men Charged In $25,000 Vandalism Spree In RoselleThree men, accused of causing extensive damage to homes, businesses and numerous vehicles have been charged with criminal damage to property.
Cyclist Struck, Killed By Van In RoselleThe 2004 Mercedes Benz minivan was eastbound on Rosemont Avenue and struck the bicyclist while turning left onto Roselle Road at 6:09 a.m., Roselle police Sgt. John Lawson said.
Halloween Trick-Or-Treating Times For Cook County, Ill. 2013Most communities recommend that adults take costumed children out early in the recommended trick-or-treat hours to take advantage of daylight, for safety's sake.
Blind 9/11 Survivor From Chicago Remembers Escape With Guide DogOn Sept. 11, 2001, Michael Hingson and his guide dog, Roselle, were on the 78th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center, when the first jetliner hit the building.
Judge Orders Psychological Exam For Man Charged With Molesting Pet Peacock A Roselle man charged with sexually molesting his pet peacock must undergo a psychological evaluation, a DuPage County judge ordered Wednesday.
Two Killed In Roselle CrashTwo men are dead and another injured after a motorcycle and a car collide in Roselle last night.
School In Roselle Evacuated After Bomb ThreatStudents at a northwest suburban high school were sent home Wednesday, after a series of bomb threats were called in to the school.
Roselle Seeks Residents' Help To Pay For Next Year's FireworksOne northwest suburb is hoping residents will pay out of their own pockets for next year's July 4th fireworks display.

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