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  • Tryon announces re-election bid

     
    State Rep. Mike Tryon, R–Crystal Lake, this week debunked rumors that he would seek a newly created Senate seat by announcing his election bid for …...
  • Attorney for indicted Kane County coroner argues misconduct charges are vague

     
    The attorney for the Kane County coroner argued Monday that the misconduct charges filed against his client should be declared unconstitutionally vague, and a judge …...
  • Tryon covers all things politics at Huntley town hall

     
    State Rep. Mike Tryon, R-Crystal Lake, hosted the second of three McHenry County town hall meetings Monday night in Huntley. After a brief explanation about …...
  • Carpentersville woman pleads guilty in birthday party stabbing death

     
    A Carpentersville woman pleaded guilty to second-degree murder today for stabbing another woman to death during a fight at a birthday party. Jacqueline Loyola, 20, …...
  • Kane coroner argues charges against him are vague

    Kane coroner argues charges against him are vague
    The attorney for the Kane County coroner argued Monday that the misconduct charges filed against his client should be declared unconstitutionally vague, and a judge promised a ruling on the motion next month. Charles West is awaiting trial on the charges...
  • Storms roll in after another summerlike day

    The Chicago area basked today in its second summerlike day in row, but severe thunderstorms hit parts of the Chicago area as the National Weather Service warned of storms with hail and with winds of more than 60 mph. The storms had moved east out of the...
  • Storm-hit ComEd customers back on line

    Commonwealth Edison said it has restored power to virtually all of its 7,800 customers who lost power Wednesday night as severe storms moved through the area. Only 220 customers were still in the dark as of 4 a.m., the utility said. The bulk of the...
  • Carpentersville's Golfview meets Healthier School Challenge

    Carpentersville's Golfview meets Healthier School Challenge
    The students of Golfview Elementary Magnet School in Carpentersville earned a special celebration amid much fanfare last week — but there was nary a cake nor sugary snack in sight. In a gymnasium packed with gold balloons, mascots, local and...
  • Carpentersville man acquitted of murder

    After deliberating almost eight hours, a Kane County jury acquitted a Carpentersville man Friday night of charges alleging he murdered a gang rival. Henry L. Black, 20, was found not guilty of the first-degree murder of Aaron Razo, 17, also of...
  • Judge mulls problem in Kane coroner's indictment

    A judge said Friday that he felt the grand jury that indicted the Kane County coroner was given incorrect legal information, but he was trying to decide whether the panel had been unduly biased as a result. Judge T. Jordan Gallagher, who is hearing the...
  • 22 arrested during DUI crackdown over St. Pat's weekend in Kane County

    22 arrested during DUI crackdown over St. Pat's weekend in Kane County
    Police arrested almost two dozen suspected drunken drivers during the most recent “no-refusal” DUI enforcement action in Kane County, State’s Attorney Joe McMahon said today. Eleven police agencies in the county, along with Illinois...
  • Cases involving Kane County coroner keep two courts busy

    Cases involving Kane County coroner keep two courts busy
    Cases involving Kane County Coroner Charles West kept lawyers and judges busy in two separate courtrooms today. . West, who is facing five counts of official misconduct for allegedly giving a TV from a dead man’s house to two of his deputies, was in...