39 min ago
Hunter murder trial begins
Murder defendant Luis Lomeli's attorney said Tuesday the last time her client saw Darrio Hunter, Hunter was alive and sitting up.
16 hrs ago
Prostitution Sting Nets Naperville Man, BlackFinn Brawl, Residential...
Top Stories Police currently investigating fight that broke out at popular downtown Naperville bar early Sunday morning.
Mon May 20, 2013
7 DUI Arrests, Possession of Cannabis, Aggravated Battery to Peace Officer: Police Blotter
Friday, May 17 Aggravated battery to peace officer Robert B. Hudetz, 50, was arrested at 12:01 a.m. in the 400 block of East Chicago Avenue, police said.
Police: Man Found Dead in South Naperville Dumpster Took His Own Life
The man found dead in south Naperville on Friday apparently took his own life, the Naperville Police Department said on Monday morning.
Culture: After Hours Film Society
Morris Theatre Guild, Inc.: The group is seeking experienced theatrical directors for the 2013-2014 season.
Aurora shooting victim finds hope in community's caring nature
Of all the powerful moments at the Fox Valley United Way breakfast last Thursday - and there were many - it was the testimonial of Theresa Harden that received a standing ovation.
Aurora aldermen slated for new City Council committees
A week after four new aldermen were sworn in to Council seats, Mayor Tom Weisner announced the new make up of City Council's committees.
Woman gets jail, counseling for stealing puppy from Naperville Petland
A 21-year-old woman from Aurora has been sentenced to jail and ordered to undergo counseling, after being convicted of stealing a puppy last fall from a pet shop on Naperville's far west side.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Southtown Star
Answering the call to priesthood
The procession into the Cathedral of St. Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet, where five men are ordained to the Order of Priesthood by The Most Rev.
Cannabis Possession, DUI: Police Blotter
TUESDAY, MAY 7 Suspended License Bennie L. Harris Jr., 51, of the 9200 block of Jill Lane, Schiller Park, was arrested at 12:06 p.m. following a traffic stop at Mccarthy Road and Archer Avenue.
DUI, Underage Drinking, Marijuana Possession: Police Blotter
SATURDAY, MAY 11 DUI, Underage Drinking Police charged Chase R. Howard, 20, of the 24W700 block of Merrill Drive, Wheaton, with driving under the influence of alcohol and illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor.
Sat May 18, 2013
Kane Co. Chronicle
Former Marmion student sues over science experiment
AURORA – A former Marmion Academy student is suing the school, alleging negligence in a science experiment in which he claimed he was injured after he slipped and fell on his face when he was set on fire.
Yorkville Council sworn in
The city said goodbye to one long-time alderman and hello to a brand new one as the new City Council was seated here recently.
Fundraiser To Help Pay For New Aurora Police Canine Unit
AURORA, Ill. The Aurora Police Department has begun rebuilding its K-9 unit, after disbanding it a couple years ago, and officials are getting some help to pay for dog food and other supplies.
Geneva man's lottery win coming at the right time
But it's good enough to help a Geneva family climb out of a financial hole that was exacerbated by the untimely death last year of their 14-year-old daughter, Savannah.
Smashed Windows Reported on Carol Place: Police
May 12 DUI Ivan Chavez, 19, of the 300 block of Center St. Plano, was charged with DUI after Montgomery police stopped his vehicle for speeding at about 2:55 a.m. May 12 in the 200 block of Jericho Road, according to reports.
Fri May 17, 2013
Man charged in Aurora gang rap argues arrest was illegal
One of three men accused of a gang rape of a drunken woman last year in Aurora wants to have his arrest thrown out and statements made to police prohibited from being used as evidence in his trial.
Thu May 16, 2013
Five Charged with Mob Action in Property Damage Incident: Police
Tuesday, May 14 Burglary Oswego police are investigating a reported burglary that occurred at 11:50 p.m. in the 5000 block of Route 71.
Marmion Academy sued over science experiment gone awry Posted May 16, ...
A Marmion Academy student has sued for injuries he suffered during a May 2010 science experiment in which his body was coated with a protective compound and lit on fire.
Geneva man wins $4.85 million
A Geneva man who says he had a mountain of bills and was facing eviction is now a multimillionaire thanks to a lottery ticket he bought months ago in Aurora and only recently found in a cookie jar in his kitchen.