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  • Small fire at Kane County religious center investigated

    Small fire at Kane County religious center investigated
    Federal and local authorities are investigating a small fire at an Elburn-area religious center being dedicated this week. The fire at the Mata Amritanandamayi Center Chicago, 41-W-501 Keslinger Road, near Elburn in Kane County, started about 9:30 p.m....
  • Kaneville woman dies in crash near Elburn

    Kaneville woman dies in crash near Elburn
    A 78-year-old Kaneville woman died Tuesday after a fatal crash near Elburn. Lorella Huff of the 46W500 block of Main Street was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash – the intersection of Route 38 and Francis Road, police said. The...
  • State prison's closing means end to dog training program

    State prison's closing means end to dog training program
    Sorrell Blomley isn't allowed much in her 9-by-12-foot cell at Dwight Correctional Center. A bed, a toilet and some photographs kept neatly in an album. But for the past four years, Blomley also has shared the cramped space with a succession of fluffy...
  • Metra proposes changes on UP North and West schedules

     
    Metra said today it is seeking comments from riders about schedule changes that it is proposing to make on two of its lines. Metra said …...
  • Two charged with public intoxication, gas stolen, and more

     
    The following incidents were taken from Glen Ellyn police reports on Feb. 7: DUI A Wheaton woman was charged with driving under the influence and …...
  • Is a party a good place to buy a pizza cutter?

    Is a party a good place to buy a pizza cutter?
    Here's the latest Frugalista column, which was published in Sunday's Chicago Tribune. It's about whether products sold through multilevel marketing companies are a rip-off or not. I went into it feeling instinctively that they must be terribly overpriced,...
  • Woman pleads guilty to DUI in fatal Kane County accident

    Woman pleads guilty to DUI in fatal Kane County accident
    An Aurora woman who was reaching for her sunglasses when she set off a chain reaction accident that killed a St. Charles motorcycling couple pleaded guilty today to aggravated DUI. Alia Bernard, 27, admitted to having marijuana in her system on May 29,...
  • Man found dead in Elburn house fire

    Man found dead in Elburn house fire
    A man was found dead Sunday after a fire in his Elburn home in Kane County, fire officials said today. The fire occurred at about 2:20 p.m. on the 1200 block of Wise Road in Elburn, said Elburn Fire Lt. Sheri Nielsen. The fire was contained to the first...
  • Elburn man dies in fiery accident in Kane County

    Elburn man dies in fiery accident in Kane County
    An Elburn man died in an automobile accident Monday night in Kane County that ended with his car rolling over several times and catching fire, officials said. About 8:20 p.m., Amien Swift, 42, of the 2S200 block of Ill. Hwy. 47, was driving a 2001 Toyota...
  • Dad of teen killed in crash: 'God got a good one'

    Dad of teen killed in crash: 'God got a good one'
    Lynlee Gilbert was a 17-year-old whose short-range plans included this weekend’s senior prom and whose long-range plans included becoming a clinical psychologist. But Monday night, just three weeks after getting her driver’s license,...
  • Storms move on, leaving a lot of rain behind

    Storms move on, leaving a lot of rain behind
    The worst of the heavy thunderstorms have left the Chicago area, but the rain they left behind  is resulting in flood warnings throughout northern Illinois.   A flood warning remains in effect for northern Cook, southern Lake, Lee, DuPage, DeKalb,...
  • Saturday, January 28, 2012

    5 - 6 a.m. The Satursday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong  5:05 a.m.  After two years of very low milk prices, Wisconsin dairy farmers finally had a good year in 2011. That’s  the topic of conversation when Max visits with...