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Coroner rules Ribfest death a suicide
The death of a man on the opening day of Naperville's annual Ribfest celebration over the Fourth of July weekend has been ruled a suicide by the DuPage County coroner's office.
The death of a man on the opening day of Naperville's annual Ribfest celebration over the Fourth of July weekend has been ruled a suicide by the DuPage County coroner's office.
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Route 83 road work going as planned
A resurfacing of more than 5 miles of Route 83 is scheduled to be completed by early October, according to IDOT.
A resurfacing of more than 5 miles of Route 83 is scheduled to be completed by early October, according to a spokesman from the Illinois Department of Transportation .
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In Gary, a summer of funerals amid spike in homicides
A spike in homicides and violence are ravaging Gary this summer.
The Rev. Norman Hairston says he has attended 10 funerals this summer for victims of the rash of homicides ravaging his hometown of Gary, Ind., and each one is harder to witness than the last.
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Marking the end of 'The Good War'
A re-enactment of the flag raising at Iwo Jima was one of the highlights of an East Dundee ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of V-J Day and the end of World War II.
The Dundee area has its own, real-life Rosie the Riveter in its midst.
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Tornado cost Grayslake 100-year-old oak trees, toppled willows into pond
The tornado that tore through Grayslake Aug. 2  left behind scars, taking down trees that had become landmarks in the community.
The tornado that tore through Grayslake Aug. 2 didn't take any lives, but the 100 mph winds still left behind scars, taking down trees that had become landmarks in the community.
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Former '85 Bear considering run for Aurora mayor
Kurt Becker, who played with the Chicago Bears and is now varsity coach at East Aurora High School, may kick off a run for mayor of Aurora.
Kurt Becker has had an interesting last couple of months.
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DNA, fingerprint testimony
Lake County police Capt. Milan Trisic testified as to how evidence in the homicide was photographed and collected evidence from Mary Austgen's GMC Yukon Denali, including a green latex glove and a spent bullet found on the passenger seat where Austgen was found early on March 29, 2013.
Testimony regarding DNA and fingerprint evidence took center stage Tuesday in the trial of an Illinois man charged with killing a Griffith businesswoman in 2013.
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Police alerted to suspicious man
La Grange police are looking for a man who was seen trying to take a walk with an 8-year old boy at a local park over the weekend.
La Grange police are searching for a man seen walking off with an 8-year-old boy he in engaged in conversation at Waiola Park on Sunday.
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Trying to make a difference
An 8-year old boy is collecting toys for poor children in Guatemala, after learning that many of them are living in a trash dump in that country.
Adrian Menzel is not a typical 8-year-old. The Des Plaines resident and Plainfield Elementary School student is embarking upon an ambitious project to bring hundreds of Lego sets to impoverished children living in a trash dump in Guatemala.
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Lincoln-Way North High School to close
Officials in Lincoln-Way District 210 voted Thursday night to close Lincoln-Way North to solve the district's financial woes. 
Despite 11th-hour pleas, Lincoln-Way District 210 officials decided to shutter Lincoln-Way North High School next year, in a drastic move aimed at shoring up the cash-strapped school district's finances.
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Elmhurst teacher gets big payout
"I'm realistic. After taxes, it's not that much."
An Elmhurst teacher who put her knowledge of pop culture and celebrities to the test came out a $25,000 winner.
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Top administrators on leave
The top two administrators at Niles Township High School's district are on administrative leave, while the district has hired a computer investigations consultant.
Niles Township High School District 219 has placed its top two administrators on leave and hired a computer investigations consultant but would not say what prompted the moves, leaving questions about district leadership as students and teachers returned for the first day of school.
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