Workers: They Were Forced To Landscape Township Supervisor's PropertyA parking lot expansion, hundreds of pounds worth of heavy lifting and extensive cleanup. Three Joliet Township Road District Employees submitted signed affidavits that they did the work, on the clock, with township-owned equipment.
Mystery In The Suburbs: Bodies Found In Burning CarTwo men were found dead inside a burning car in southwest suburban Joliet Township Tuesday night.
Persons Of Interest In Toddler's Death Point FingersIt’s been six months since 17-month-old Semaj Crosby was found dead under a couch in a trash-filled home near Joliet.
Critics Call For New Probe Into Toddler's DeathActivists gathered Thursday outside the Will County courthouse calling for an outside inquiry into the death of 16-month-old Semaj Crosby.
"Progress Is Being Made" In Semaj Crosby Death InvestigationWill County State’s Attorney James Glasgow said the circumstances of 17-month-old Semaj Crosby’s death are not simple.
Joliet Township House Where Toddler Was Found Dead Burns To GroundSemaj Crosby was found dead beneath a couch April 26 in the squalid rental home, a day after her family said the child had disappeared.
Pastor: Semaj Crosby's Mother "May Be Responsible" For Toddler's DeathAs a funeral was held for 16-month-old Semaj Crosby, the family’s pastor said her mother "might be responsible" for the toddler’s death.
Judge Demands Answers From DCFS In Death Of Toddler Semaj CrosbyWill County Judge Paula Gomora said Illinois DCFS caseworkers missed obvious signs of trouble in previous visits to the home.
Home Where Toddler Semaj Crosby Found Dead Deemed UninhabitableThe home where 16-month-old Semaj Crosby was found dead was deemed uninhabitable as police continue to investigate her death as “suspicious”
Police Encountered Toddler Semaj Crosby During Well-Being Check On EasterA Facebook post tells a warm story of Will County deputies buying some Easter gifts for kids. Tragedy would strike less than two weeks later.
Missing Toddler Found Dead In "Very Deplorable" Conditions At Her HomeWill County Sheriff’s Deputy Chief Richard Ackerson said police consider Semaj Crosby’s death “suspicious.”