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  • Glendale Heights man who tried to plot slayings of relatives gets 19 years

    Glendale Heights man who tried to plot slayings of relatives gets 19 years
    A Glendale Heights man who stole jewelry from relatives and then plotted their deaths after they turned him in was sentenced today to 19 years in prison, according to DuPage County prosecutors. In a negotiated plea, Matthew Olszewski, 24, pleaded guilty...
  • Blotter: Man agrees to pay $40 for sex act in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Man agrees to pay $40 for sex act in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A resident reported that he tried to file his income taxes and received an error message saying that his taxes had already been filed. A 22-year-old Bensenville man was charged April 14...
  • 5 candidates seek District 4 county board seat

    5 candidates seek District 4 county board seat
    Both Republicans and Democrats have the opportunity to select candidates in Tuesday's primary election for a District 4 seat on the DuPage County Board. There are three Republicans – incumbent Grant Eckhoff of Wheaton and challengers Ronald...
  • Another Democrat for Rauner

    Abner Mikva makes a decent case today for re-electing Gov. Pat Quinn while taking umbrage with a fellow Democrat, Newton Minow, for the latter’s support of Bruce Rauner for governor.  I, too, am a Democrat and like Mr. Minow, will probably vote...
  • Digital smarts, 'no wisdom'

    This article originally ran in print on March 7, 2012 At the time of his latest arrest, Jeremy Hammond was living on Chicago's South Side, about three dozen miles and an entire political spectrum away from the conservative DuPage County community...
  • DuPage jewelry store manager gets 5 years for stealing gold bars

    DuPage jewelry store manager gets 5 years for stealing gold bars
    A jewelry store manager who stole bars of gold will now spend time behind sturdy bars of a less precious metal. In a plea deal with DuPage County prosecutors, Daniel Knaack, 52, of Glendale Heights, was sentenced Monday to five years in prison after...
  • Man charged in camera lens robbery

    Man charged in camera lens robbery
    A West suburban man was arrested and charged in connection with two attempted robberies in Glen Ellyn, police said Wednesday. Dwayne K. Smith, 22, of the 29W200 block of Lee Road near West Chicago, was charged with attempted aggravated robbery and...
  • Officials: Fetus found in trash bin at Yorktown mall

    Officials: Fetus found in trash bin at Yorktown mall
    An investigation has been launched after the body of a fetus was found in a trash bin at the Yorktown Center Mall in Lombard, officials announced in a news release today.   An autopsy was performed on the fetus and pending results, no further...
  • 2 ex-DuPage forest employees charged in $150,000 theft schemes

    2 ex-DuPage forest employees charged in $150,000 theft schemes
    Two former employees are accused of stealing about $150,000 from the DuPage County Forest Preserve District through two “elaborate schemes,” authorities say. Also charged in one of the schemes is a former forest preserve contractor who...
  • Police: Palm print leads to armed robbery suspect

    Police: Palm print leads to armed robbery suspect
    Tossing away a plastic bag in a parking lot might be littering, but when it happens after an armed robbery it can lead to a Class X felony charge -- if St. Charles police find a palm print on it. On May 19, a 37-year-old man was attacked by two robbers...
  • Jury finds Lemak guilty

    Jury finds Lemak guilty
    Marilyn Lemak's mind was sound and her motive was vengeance on the late winter day when she drugged her daughter and two sons and then smothered them with her hands, a DuPage County jury decided Wednesday. Rejecting any notion that the Naperville woman...
  • Insurer, hospital association roll out plan to cut readmissions

    Insurer, hospital association roll out plan to cut readmissions
    Reducing costly readmissions to hospitals is the goal of an initiative being rolled out this year by Illinois' largest health insurer and the state's hospital lobby. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois and the Illinois Hospital Association said...