From working dog to family pet: Police dogs in retirement
Shane loves tug-of-war. He walks around his backyard with a tug toy or a deflated ball in his mouth, ready to play.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Police trying to arrange Chief Keef's surrender on Lake County warrant
A week after a warrant was issued for Chief Keef's arrest for missing a court hearing, the Chicago rapper has still not turned up, prompting officials to push his attorney to arrange his surrender.
Participants sought for Veterans History Project in Lake County
On Veterans Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11, war veterans are invited to come to the Lake County courthouse in Waukegan to have their oral histories recorded by official court reporters, who will produce transcripts of their interviews.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Medical assistants train at CLC Lakeshore Campus for in-demand career
Jalpa Shah, who graduated from CLC in 2011, is a certified medical assistant who works for Aurora Medical Group of Northern Illinois.
Two Gurnee men plead not guilty to drug induced homicide
Two Gurnee men pleaded not guilty to drug-induced homicide charges in the March death of a 22-year-old Waukegan resident, the Lake County News-Sun is reporting.
Wings Over Waukegan Air Show aims to wow crowds with aerial acrobatics
Crowds at the 14th annual Wings Over Waukegan Air Show can keep their eyes locked on the sky the first weekend of September as vintage planes will fly over the Waukegan National Airport.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Man Pulled Over for DUI Lays Down on Ground While Talking to Officers: Police
Police responded to a report of a possibly impaired driver on Waukegan Road at 7 p.m. Aug. 13. An officer found the vehicle after it had struck a mailbox at Waukegan and Inverleith and continued on.
Libertyville trustees to reconsider video gambling ban
Libertyville village leaders will consider reversing a ban on video gambling enacted five years ago when the activity was new and the potential affect on communities was still uncertain.
Man sought in Waukegan armed robberies
Police are searching for a man they believe committed two armed robberies in Waukegan on Monday and might be responsible for other, similar crimes in Lake County.
Learn about suicide prevention at special luncheon
The Lake County Suicide Prevention Task Force will hold a special luncheon that is open to the public on Monday, Sept.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Piven Theatre partnership set to showcase Waukegan
Waukegan's Clockwise Theatre is less than a month away from kicking off its collaboration with the Evanston-based Piven Theatre Workshop, and applications from students are not only still being accepted but are actively being sought.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
College of Lake County uses free food to welcome students back to campus for new school year
College of Lake County students crowded the Grayslake campus' main lobby patio to grab free submarine sandwiches, pizza, and soda pop on the first day of classes.
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Police: 180 grams of cocaine found in man's Gurnee home
A north suburban man is facing felony drug charges after police found about 180 grams of cocaine at his home last week.
Food bank trying to help suburbanites struggling even with jobs
Leaders of the Northern Illinois Food Bank say the organization provides about 50 million meals a year to hungry people all over the suburban areas it serves.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Monarch festival in Waukegan:
The Waukegan Public Library presents the fifth annual Monarch Festival from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
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Strange But True: A great migration Every spring, one of the worlda s...
It was German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche who made the following sage observation: "We have art to save ourselves from the truth."
Fri Aug 22, 2014
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Trail attack suspect pleads not guilty to sexual abuse charges
A Waukegan man accused of attacking a woman on the Des Plaines River Trail near Libertyville in June has pleaded not guilty to several felony charges of sexual abuse, the Lake County News-Sun is reporting.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
War veterans wanted for interviews:
Lake County Chief Judge John T. Phillips, an Air Force veteran, announced this week legal community partners will again work with the Library of Congress on its Veterans' History Project.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Targeted DUI patrols begin in advance of Labor Day holiday
Six police departments covering the core of Lake County have already begun enhanced patrols targeting drunken drivers in anticipation of the Labor Day holiday weekend.