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  • Carol Ann Bovaird

    Carol Ann Bovaird March 15, 1935 – August 9, 2011 Carol Bovaird died at home in Newport Beach on August 9, 2011 after a long struggle with cancer. She was born on March 15, 1935 to Charles J. and Emily A. Dorsa. She is survived by her husband of...
  • Husband shot ex-wife to death in self-defense outside Oak Brook hotel, lawyer says

    Husband shot ex-wife to death in self-defense outside Oak Brook hotel, lawyer says
    A Bolingbrook man shot his ex-wife to death in self-defense in the parking lot of an Oak Brook hotel on New Year’s Day 2010, his lawyer said today. A jury heard opening statements and testimony as Jerry L. Hudson’s trial for the murder of...
  • Bolingbrook man guilty in shooting death of ex-wife in Oak Brook

    Bolingbrook man guilty in shooting death of ex-wife in Oak Brook
    A DuPage County jury Tuesday quickly rejected a Bolingbrookman’s claim of self-defense and found him guilty of murdering his ex-wife in an Oak Brook hotel parking lot. The jury needed about 90 minutes to convict Jerry Hudson of first-degree...
  • Ex-CEO of software firm found dead day before due in prison

    Ex-CEO of software firm found dead day before due in prison
    The former president of a software company who pleaded guilty to defrauding investors and clients of more than $93 million was found dead last week in north-central Illinois, the day before he was scheduled to start serving a 15-year prison sentence,...
  • Drew Peterson's attorneys petition again for his release

    Drew Peterson's attorneys petition again for his release
    Drew Peterson's attorneys filed a request for his release from jail with the Illinois Supreme Court today, as prosecutorial appeals in the highly publicized murder case have delayed his trial for more than a year. The defense already has lost similar...
  • Drew Peterson denied release from jail pending appeal

    Drew Peterson denied release from jail pending appeal
    The Illinois Supreme Court has denied Drew Peterson’s request to be released from jail while prosecutors appeal a critical aspect of his high-profile case. The defense already had lost similar efforts at the trial, appellate and state supreme court...
  • Rabid bat found in Bolingbrook

    A bat found in Bolingbrook has tested positive for rabies, the Will County Health Department said today. It's the first Will County reported rabies case for 2011, and one of the first reported in Illinois this year, department spokesman Vic Reato said....
  • Drew Peterson trial updates: Testimony done for the day

    Drew Peterson trial updates: Testimony done for the day
    Continual coverage of the trial of Drew Peterson for the murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio. -------------------- 5:05 p.m. Testimony done for the day The judge has sent the jury home for the day. Testimony is scheduled to resume Tuesday. -------...
  • Judge seeks more info about firing of Drew Peterson's son

    Judge seeks more info about firing of Drew Peterson's son
    A DuPage County judge wants Oak Brook officials to better explain why they terminated former police officer Stephen Peterson, who is accused by the village of obstructing an investigation into the disappearance of the wife of his father, Drew Peterson,...
  • Bolingbrook teen killed in crash

    Bolingbrook teen killed in crash
    A 19-year-old Bolingbrook woman was killed in a one-car crash in the western suburb early today, officials said. The DuPage County Coroner's office said an autopsy performed this morning shows Lizbet Barajas of the 400 block of Pheasant Chase Drive in...
  • Lincoln Park homes for sale

    Lincoln Park homes for sale
  • Red-light cameras in Schaumburg screech to a halt

    Red-light cameras in Schaumburg screech to a halt
    When Schaumburg and RedSpeed Illinois announced their intention to install red-light cameras in the village last September, both parties hoped it would be a long-term commitment -- producing safer intersections, with an added bonus of much-needed money....