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Jenna Jameson retires from the adult film industry in 2007. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

DuPage County Theater Owner In Legal Battle With Jenna Jameson

Porn star Jenna Jameson missed two dates when she was supposed to appear at movie theaters in Naperville and Woodridge. Now the cinemas’ owner has taken her to court.

CBS Chicago–07/07/2011

Jenna Jameson retires from the adult film industry in 2007. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

Porn Star Sued By Theater Owner For No-Show

A west suburban movie theater owner is suing the adult film actress Jenna Jameson, claiming she failed to make public appearances she had agreed to.

06/11/2011

Missing: Maverick

Rash Of Break-Ins Hit Pet Owners Hard

A Bucktown woman who works as a massage therapist for the Chicago Bulls says her dog was stolen more than three weeks ago during a break-in.

WBBM Newsradio–02/10/2011

Remy

Reward Increased For Dog Stolen In Woodridge Break-In

Police confirm the pot of money for Remy the Shih Tzu poodle mix has grown to $1,500.

01/17/2011

Remy

Woodridge Family Remains Upset Over Stolen Dog

The Woodridge family whose pet dog was stolen in a break-in 10 days ago says it’s difficult to try to explain to the children why someone would take the family pet.

WBBM Newsradio–01/17/2011

Remy

Reward Offered For Return Of Family’s Dog

Police in Woodridge say a reward is now being offered for the safe return of a dog stolen from a family’s home just over a week ago.

WBBM Newsradio–01/16/2011

West Suburban Community Pantry (CBS)

People You Should Know: Pantry Volunteers

The West Suburban Community Pantry started on a small scale 25 years ago; today, it serves 800 families in DuPage County.

01/14/2011

Remy

Anti-Cruelty Society Joins Search For Stolen Dog

The Anti-Cruelty Society is stepping in to try to find a stolen dog – and reunite him with his family in Woodridge.

WBBM Newsradio–01/13/2011

Remy

Burglars Kidnap Dog From Woodridge Home

Police in Woodridge are wondering why thieves broke into a home Friday and took the family’s pet — along with his cage.

WBBM Newsradio–01/11/2011

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