Police "Frustrated" Murders Of Elderly Woman, Son Still UnsolvedSix months after an 85-year old woman and her 65-year old son were found beaten to death in their Sycamore area home, police appeared no closer to solving the murders.
Sycamore Mayor Calls Double Homicide 'A True Mystery'It’s been two weeks since the bodies of an elderly woman and her son were found on the outskirts of the tiny city of Sycamore, and it’s still very much on the minds of people there.
Chicago Police Find Car Tied To Sycamore Double HomicideA stolen car sought in connection to the murders of an elderly woman and her son in far west suburban Sycamore was found in Chicago on Wednesday.
$11K Reward In Murders Of Elderly Mother, Son In SycamoreAuthorities are still asking for the public’s help in finding the killer or killers of an elderly woman and her son last week inside their rural DeKalb County home.
Police Still Seeking Car Stolen In Sycamore Double HomicideDeKalb County Sheriff’s Police said they’re still looking for clues in the murders of a mother and son whose bodies were found this week in rural Sycamore.
2 Found Dead In Double Homicide In Sycamore; No Suspects In Custody A mother and her son were found Monday evening dead in the mother’s Sycamore home.
Elderly Mother, Son Found Dead In Sycamore85-year-old Patricia A. Wilson and her 64-year-old son, Robert J. Wilson, were found dead from apparent blunt force trauma, police said.
Girl Saved After Car Flips Into CreekRescue crews saved a young girl who was trapped in a car after it flipped into a creek.
DeKalb County Prosecutors Say Conviction In 1957 Cold Case Murder Should Be OverturnedProsecutors in DeKalb County have said the conviction of a 76-year-old man in the 1957 murder of a 7-year-old girl, because newly obtained phone records show he could not possibly have abducted her.
Joliet Helps Keep Penny Parking Alive And Well In SycamoreFar west suburban Sycamore is one of the few places left where a penny still buys you a legal parking space, but Sycamore Police parking enforcement officer Giovanni Serra said it’s getting harder to maintain their penny parking meters.
Wandering Black Bear Could Be Headed Back To WisconsinChris Young, spokesman for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, said it appears the bear is making a loop -- down from Wisconsin; through Winnebago, Boone, DeKalb, and Ogle counties; then apparently back northwest.
RTA Sues American Airlines For Dodging TaxesThe agency that oversees public transportation in Chicago is suing American Airlines for falsely claiming to buy "vast amounts of jet fuel" from a small office in a rural community to avoid paying tens of millions of dollars in taxes in the nation's third-largest city, where the actual work is done.