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  • Cops, DCFS investigate death of 4-month-old Mount Prospect girl

    Cops, DCFS investigate death of 4-month-old Mount Prospect girl
    Police and state child welfare authorities are investigating allegations of abuse following the Saturday death of a 4-month-old baby girl who was apparently injured at an unlicensed day care facility in northwest suburban Hoffman Estates, officials said....
  • Autopsy inconclusive for infant who died at Hoffman Estates daycare

    Autopsy inconclusive for infant who died at Hoffman Estates daycare
    An autopsy today was pending investigation for a 4-month-old baby whose death at a Hoffman Estates unlicensed day care facility is being looked into by police and state child welfare authorities after allegations of abuse surfaced. Anna Belle Chung, of...
  • $2 million bail for teen accused of trying to kill girlfriend

    $2 million bail for teen accused of trying to kill girlfriend
    A Cook County judge has set a $2 million bail for a Hoffman Estates teen accused of trying to kill his girlfriend. Prosecutors say Apolinar Serna-Jacobo, 17, went to his 17-year-old girlfriend’s house on Monday and stabbed her more than a dozen...
  • Judge: 3 experts on PTSD not needed in Hoffman Estates triple-murder trial

    Judge: 3 experts on PTSD not needed in Hoffman Estates triple-murder trial
    A Cook County judge today denied an effort by a defendant in a triple murder case in Hoffman Estates to have a trio of experts testify that he was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder when the slayings occurred. Judge Ellen Mandeltort said...
  • Tollway OKs nearly $124.5 million in I-90 contracts

    Tollway OKs nearly $124.5 million in I-90 contracts
    Five construction contracts totaling nearly $124.5 million for the rebuilding and widening of the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90) were approved today by the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority. The contracts give the go-ahead for work to begin this...
  • Problem Solver: Checks, closure arrive

     Problem Solver: Checks, closure arrive
    Mike Skogmo has recovered from the snowboarding accident that broke three vertebrae and lacerated his liver. But it's taking longer to fix his insurance mess. The Buffalo Grove native, featured in the Nov. 11 column, was injured Christmas Day 2010 while...
  • 3 charged in separate bank robberies

    3 charged in separate bank robberies
    Three men have been charged in federal court today with committing separate bank robberies, including an Hoffman Estates man who is believed to be responsible for at least four bank heists himself, Kenneth White, 34, of the 700 block of West Bode Circle...
  • Problem Solver: Medicare aid and information slow in arriving

     Problem Solver: Medicare aid and information slow in arriving
    The good news arrived in Hilde Loebe's mailbox in late August. As a low-income Medicare beneficiary, the 87-year-old Hoffman Estates resident had been approved for assistance with her Medicare Part B premiums. The letter from the Illinois Department...
  • 14-Year-Old Villa Park Boy Wins Second Gold Medal for the United States at World Irish Dancing Championships

     
    Chicago’s own Peter Dziak from Villa Park, IL, age 14, of the Trinity Irish Dancers , celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year, has successfully defended …...
  • On second try, shared dog park gets approval in Elgin

     
    A dog park denied by Elgin City Council members last month was brought back to the table for reconsideration Wednesday — this time receiving approval. …...
  • Clamping down on CT scans for kids

    Clamping down on CT scans for kids
    Ferdousi Dawood was worried. Her daughter's headaches were excruciating, and prescription medicines and natural remedies had failed to make a difference. Now, a doctor at Children's Memorial Hospital was recommending a CT scan to peer inside the 10-year-...
  • Elgin shoots down shared dog park project

     
    In a development that surprised Elgin parks officials, a proposed, shared dog park with Hoffman Estates and Streamwood failed to get enough City Council support. …...