A Metra passenger has been ordered to perform community service for spraying a conductor with dog repellent a train station in Wheaton last fall.
Over the strenuous objections of a DuPage County prosecutor, a judge Thursday ordered bond reduced to $300,000 for the Wheaton College professor accused of keeping child pornography on his home computers.
Bond was set at $750,000 Friday morning for a Wheaton College professor who stands charged with possessing child pornography after police seized several computers from his home.
A New Lenox man is going to prison for the next seven years after admitting to two separate unrelated crimes – burglarizing a house and collecting child pornography.
A west suburban man is going to prison for 35 years, for sexually abusing a little girl he babysat and sharing the images online.
A DuPage County judge has found a 27-year-old refugee unfit to parent the child she abandoned at birth but now wants back.
Police are hoping an autopsy Thursday morning will help them determine how a Wheaton man wound up dead in a gangway on Chicago’s West Side.
Police in Wheaton were trying Wednesday morning to find the person who robbed a bank in the western suburb.
Wheaton Police are warning seniors about a telephone scam that is making the rounds again.
A Wheaton mom, dipping into her children’s trick or treat candy, says she bit into a tiny candy bar and found a nail inside.
Police are investigating after a nail was found in a candy bar given to a child on Halloween in west suburban Wheaton.
A West Chicago woman was arrested Monday morning after spraying a Metra conductor with mace when she refused to show her train ticket.
Investigators are probing the cause of an extra-alarm fire that broke out early Wednesday morning in Wheaton.
Police and prosecutors have released more information on multiple battery charges filed after a severely injured infant was treated at an area hospital.
The book may close Thursday on a 35-year-old murder in Wheaton.
Night owls are gearing up to burn the midnight oil in west suburban Wheaton this weekend.
A convicted killer who would have been paroled in about 14 months has been charged in a rape and murder in DuPage County from 1976.
There will be more than just agriculture and carnival rides at the DuPage County Fair this year.
Everybody hates mosquitoes, and communities are preparing to fight them this summer.
The trendy game of Geocaching can have all the fun of an old-fashioned treasure hunt, but police in Wheaton are none too pleased at the spot some gamers picked to leave their “prize” earlier this week.