15 Jun 2011

EPA: Pilsen area air does not meet lead standard

Federal environmental regulators today declared that Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood violates tough new limits on brain-damaging lead in the air, part of a crackdown on polluters in the predominantly Latino, low-income enclave.

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15 Jun 2011

Wife: Fatal DUI victim ‘just trying to go to work’

It’s been nearly three years since Jeff Bondy said goodbye to his wife Kelley on a summer Sunday left for his job as an airfield operations supervisor at O’Hare International Airport and was killed by an alleged drunk driver who turned int…

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15 Jun 2011

Funnel clouds spotted as storm moves south of city

Funnel clouds were reported early tonight as a strong storm blew through south of Chicago from Illinois into Indiana.

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15 Jun 2011

Cops: Son says in 911 call, ‘I just killed him’

Minutes after allegedly beating and stabbing his father to death in his Arlington Heights home, Steven Cole called police late Monday evening and told a dispatcher: “I killed him because he’s been abusing me and my psychiatrist said he could have kill…

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15 Jun 2011

Man gets 10 years in fatal DUI crash

Overcome with grief since 22-year-old Danielle Trevithick was killed by a drunken driver last August, her parents have often found it difficult to leave their home in far northwest suburban Spring Grove.

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14 Jun 2011

Police releasing video in college student search

Ten days after an Indiana University student vanished, police say they plan to release enhanced security camera video in the hope someone can help identify the vehicles that drove through the area around the time the young woman was last seen.

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14 Jun 2011

No injuries from blast at Deep Tunnel project

An explosion at a Deep Tunnel project rocked the area around South Holland this morning but apparently caused no injuries.

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14 Jun 2011

Hybrid welfare system coming to NW Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s social services agency says it will expand its hybrid welfare eligibility system to 13 more counties next week.

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