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  • Blotter: Tattooed teen steals bike in Oak Park

    Blotter: Tattooed teen steals bike in Oak Park
    The following items were gathered from Oak Park police reports.
  • Woman convicted of animal cruelty sentenced to probation, must have mental evaluation

    Woman convicted of animal cruelty sentenced to probation, must have mental evaluation
    A Berwyn woman whose teenage son was found dying outside a house crowded with hundreds of cats, dogs and birds was sentenced Monday to probation and barred from owning any animals, Cook County prosecutors said today. Lydia Price, 52, was found guilty in...

    Oak Park and River Forest police reports: Gun and rifle stolen, and more

     Oak Park and River Forest police reports: Gun and rifle stolen, and more
    The following items were taken from police reports: Oak Park Two Oak Park residents were robbed at gunpoint of cash, an iPhone and a flip phone, all valued at $500, in the 800 block of Mapleton Avenue at 9:10 p.m. July 16. Two 21-year-old Chicago...

    Online insurers spend less to get new customers, report says

     Online insurers spend less to get new customers, report says
    Online car insurance companies such as Progressive and Geico typically spend significantly less to land new customers than more traditional players such as State Farm and Allstate, a new report from William Blair & Co. says. On average, insurers that...

    Study: Harvey costliest Illinois town for speeding drivers

    Study: Harvey costliest Illinois town for speeding drivers
    There’s no good place to get a speeding ticket, but where an Illinois driver lives factors into how much more vehicle insurance will cost for up to five years after a conviction, according to a new study released Monday.   A first violation...