SNOWFALL TOTALS: Which Areas Got The Most Snow?Here are the latest snowfall reports, according to the National Weather Service.
High Winds Cause Damage And Power OutagesWind gusts from 45 to 65 miles per hour affected 80,000 ComEd customers last night, and 2,600 in Will County are still without power.
Algonquin Man Arrested For Trying To Arrange Sex With TeenAn Algonquin man has been arrested on felony charges, after allegedly trying to arrange to have sex with who he believed was a 14-year-old boy.
Flood-Prone Residents Eye Fox River LevelsThe Fox River is inching closer to reaching flood levels, and residents in the northwest suburbs weren’t taking any chances Friday ahead of a rainy weekend.
Married Couple Charged With Algonquin Bank RobberyA Crystal Lake couple was charged with robbing a bank Saturday afternoon in northwest suburban Algonquin.
Serial Bank Robber Strikes Again At TCF Bank Branch In AlgonquinA man suspected of robbing four suburban banks this month struck again Saturday afternoon in northwest suburban Algonquin.
Lost Dog Returns Home After More Than 2 YearsA Siberian Husky is resting comfortably in his Algonquin home, after a 2-year absence. Kody disappeared in 2015, and recently was found more than 50 miles away in Rockford.
Algonquin Holds River Relief Benefit To Help Charitable Organizations And Those Affected By Flooding,The Founders’ Days Committee will host a River Relief Benefit at Riverfront Park this weekend, with a portion of the proceeds going to organizations like the American Red Cross and Salvation Army that helped out residents during the flooding.
Village Of Algonquin Issues Flooding Notice, Fox River Remains HighThe Village of Algonquin issued Saturday a notice to residents in the floodplain that a flood with the potential to damage property is likely.
With Fox River Rising Again, More Sandbags Piling UpThe Fox looks angry, flowing swiftly past the riverside intersection of Center and Willow Streets, which the swollen river has consumed.
As Fox River Waters Continue To Rise, Evacuations Still PossibleDays of anxiety are coming to a head, as people living along the Fox River are bracing for the water to crest.
Gov. Rauner Adds Cook County To Disaster ProclamationIn Des Plaines, the river has crested. However, in Fox Lake, it could be several more hours before that happens.