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4 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Prosecutors say a 22-year-old Aurora man should head to trial after an appellate court threw out his guilty plea and prison sentence for the 2005 murder of a substance abuse counselor.
8 hrs ago | Daily Herald
The driver, Brandon R. Daniels, 24, of the 800 block of Parkside Lane, Yorkville, was cited for driving while his license was revoked and improper lane use and deputies found 3.6 grams of marijuana on Taff, the report said.
12 hrs ago | Daily Herald
Art, music and spectacle return Saturday, Aug. 30, to downtown Aurora's Water Street Mall as the Alley Art Festival celebrates its fifth year.
14 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
These are incidents reported by the Naperville Police Department. Where charges have been filed, the report includes when and where the suspect was stopped or taken into custody and the nature of the charges.
18 hrs ago | Oswego Ledger-Sentinel
Montgomery Village Board member Steve Jungermann told his board colleagues last week he would like the village to ask its neighboring communities to support the village's ongoing effort to have the Illinois Department of Transportation widen U.S. Route 30 between Ill.
Michael Szot, 21, of Geneva is being charged with nine counts of aggravated DUI causing death.
Dorothy J. Lineback, of the 500 block of Zephyr Drive in Naperville, was traveling south on Route 59 at 3:40 p.m. Sunday when she attempted to turn left at the intersection of Route 59 and entrance 1 at the Westfield Fox Valley Mall.
A Sugar Grove man was killed after the pickup he was driving crashed into a pole in west suburban Aurora Friday afternoon.
A woman who was arrested in Naperville after 11 years on the run from the law has been convicted of stealing from the Aurora hospital where she worked.
A man from Aurora has been taken into custody by federal immigration officials, after being convicted of hurting a police officer last month following a brawl at a downtown Naperville bar.
Lawyers for the people who filed a lawsuit over the cost of electricity in Batavia urged a crowd of about 90 people Thursday to join in the class action to strengthen their case.
To create the laidback destination wedding feel she always wanted at a venue closer to home, Lauren Huster and Bill Fieseler gave their country club wedding a beach theme, including exiting the ceremony to Bob Marley's "Jammin'."
State Rep. Kay Hatcher, R-Yorkville, will be retiring from the state legislature in January.
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Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 09:50 pm
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