Warrenville Fire Protection District firefighters were called to a home at 29W571 Albright late Wednesday afternoon by the wife of a 78-year-old man who slid head first into his septic tank while working on the tank’s pump.
A 4-year-old was hospitalized after staff at a west suburban Warrenville fitness facility found the child at the bottom of a pool on Thursday.
A former worker in an assisted living home in Warrenville has admitted to using residents’ ATM cards to steal thousands of dollars in cash from their accounts.
A former house manager for a west suburban group home for the developmentally disabled stands charged with stealing nearly $9,000 from the residents.
Authorities received a call about the leak at the Lifetime Fitness located in the 28000 block of Diehl Road about 5:55 p.m. Friday.
It will take an investigation by the DuPage County Coroner’s office to confirm that just one person died in a car that was engulfed in flames after it struck a gas line in west suburban Warrenville early Sunday.
An ultimate fighter convicted of a rampage in an apartment in Warrenville was handed a pricey repair bill in court.
Coming up later this month in Warrenville is CoffeCon 2012, a convention for those who can’t find total satisfaction at Starbucks alone.
Five people were hurt, two seriously, in west suburban Warrenville Wednesday when a car drove through a restaurant patio and into the side of the building at the height of the lunch hour.
Illinois State Police say contrary to an accusation, a state trooper did not cause a crash that left a motorcyclist dead last week on the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway.
A motorcyclist was killed in a crash on the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway over the weekend, but there are differing stories being told about what caused the accident.
Low levels of radiation from Japan have been detected in the Chicago area, in Will and DuPage counties.
The murder trial of a 25-year-old Maywood man continues this morning, and to say it is an unusual one would be an understatement.
A man and woman were charged after they allegedly held up a Jamba Juice. The staff was tied up with duct tape and thrown into a freezer.
The state’s first proton therapy center for cancer patients is now open for business.