Man Charged With Carjacking Will County Judge In GreektownJamari Conner, 19, has been charged with one felony count of aggravated vehicular hijacking.
5th Bat Tests Positive For Rabies In Will County This YearThe Illinois Department of Public Health says a bat tested positive for rabies on June 27 after it was captured in Will County.
Damage Assessments, Cleanup Begin After Tornado In Manhattan, ILThe town of Manhattan, Illinois, was getting its first clear look at damage from a tornado that touched down Tuesday night.
Will County Health Department Opens Micro Pantry For Food Pickup And Donations The Will County Health Department in Joliet is the home of the latest micro pantry, designed to allow anonymous food pick-up for those in need and a drop-off point for those who wish to help.
Will County Woman Found DeadA woman found dead on the side of the road in Will County was shot.
Dangerous Highways Focus Of Meeting In JolietA chief desire of safety advocates is to have Interstate 80 widened from Rt. 30 in New Lenox to River Road in Minooka.
Ground Breaks At New Will County Courthouse SiteGround broke in downtown Joliet Tuesday morning on a new $215 million Will County Courthouse.
Man Charged With Concealing Homicide Of Bartender Kaitlyn KearnsJeremy Boshears, 32, has been charged with a felony count of concealing a homicidal death in the shooting death of 24-year-old Kaitlyn Kearns.
Toddler Semaj Crosby Suffocated In Homicide Death: Will County CoronerThe toddler died of asphyxia and her death is classified as a homicide, the coroner said in a news release issued Friday.
Joint Investigation Leads To Gun Raids, Arrests Of 12 In Will CountyA joint federal investigation with the Joliet Police Department and the Will County State’s Attorney’s Office netted in the arrests of 12 people during raids carried out Tuesday morning.
'Fuzz' The Kitten Swiped From Animal ShelterTwo girls slipped a 15-week old tuxedo kitten into a bag before walking out.
Still No Answers Behind The Death Of Semaj Crosby Will County investigators say they are still no closer now, than they were in late April, to finding out how a one-year old Joliet area girl died.