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Some area state's attorneys' offices are turning to social media to keep in touch with their communities and relay helpful information. The Lake County state's attorney's office recently launched its official Facebook page and Twitter account after...
Prosecutors will go to court Monday to try to keep a suburban man locked up pending his trial on charges that he sexually assaulted five women he met through Craigslist. Charles Oliver, 44, of the 400 block of Greenwood Avenue in Woodstock, faces...
Arlington Heights is installing high-tech weather sensors at two locations in the village. "You can't simply tell (the weather conditions) by looking out the window," said Mike Reynolds, the village's superintendent of maintenance. "We're trying to...
Tribune reporterA former Chicago police officer accused in a gruesome plot to extort, murder and dismember a local businessman is now facing charges he agreed to kill another individual in exchange for revenue from a strip club and later tried to get his wife to...
Special to the TribuneThe attorney who represented two sons of Mike Ditka in recent DUI cases was cited Sunday for driving on a suspended license, which resulted from the lawyer’s own arrest for DUI in October, according to court records and police. Attorney Robert...
Crystal Lake-area charitable agencies report a drop in cash donations for this holiday season, but toy and food contributions have increased. The Salvation Army of McHenry County, 290 W. Crystal Lake Ave., in Crystal Lake, at this time last year had...
Tags: Fiscal Cliff, Crystal Lake, Charity, United Way , Elections
Will Heinemann seemed happy in October of 2008, laughing with friends and family at his son's wedding. Six months later he fatally shot himself. The owner of a Barrington masonry company and a 59-year-old married father of three, Heinemann seemed to...
The Praetorian Guard of Chicago won't be part of the formal hearing Friday in what's now called the Vanecko case. But understanding what happened in the political heater case of the year won't be complete without Praetorian input. Many of you know...
Special to the TribuneAs a judge this morning scheduled a trial next month for a Harvard woman charged with stabbing her 9-month-old son in the throat, the defense said a doctor will testify that she was insane at the time. Claudia Mejia remains in custody on a $2 million...
Tags: Justice System, Judges, Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Elgin
A fast-moving storm dumped as much as 1-1/2 inches of snow on parts of the Chicago area this afternoon, but had largely moved on before 5 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. The weather service had predicted snowfalls of an inch or two,...
Tags: Snow Storms
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