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The family of a veteran National Hockey League player has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit in Chicago, alleging the league was responsible for his being supplied with excessive amounts of painkillers during six seasons as an "enforcer." The lawsuit, filed...
Tribune reporterA decade after they began to wind down operations, a group of three insurers doing business in Illinois is being liquidated. Illinois Department of Insurance Director Andrew Boron said liquidation orders were entered Friday in Cook County Circuit Court...
A collaborative outlook for the future filled the board room at the Orland Fire Protection District recently when two new trustees were sworn in to their six-year terms. Jayne Schirmacher and John Brudnak took the oath of office administered by Cook...
Tribune reportersA 31-year-old parolee was ordered held without bail today after being charged with a shooting this week that left a 10-year-old boy hospitalized with a bullet wound. Darris Moore, of the 800 block of North Waller Avenue, was charged about 4 p.m. Friday...
The two mothers passed in the hallway every morning. They never spoke, and they avoided eye contact, but each was keenly aware of the other. Both dutifully took their places in the two front rows of Courtroom 202, behind a wall of tinted windows...
Tribune reporterAn outside investigation into alleged hazing at Maine West High School found that school and District 207 employees and administrators “conducted themselves properly” and “responded appropriately” when they were reportedly first...
Something extremely odd happened in the Cook County criminal court system in November: Suddenly, and without notice or explanation, judges all but stopped ordering pretrial detainees to be released on electronic home monitoring. Records show that from...
A longtime former general manager of a west suburban chemical company has been charged with embezzling more than $2 million, in part to pay off credit card bills and remodel her kitchen, Cook County prosecutors said Thursday. Kathleen Barth was fired...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Justice System, Theft, Credit and Debt, Laws
Crestwood's former water supervisor may have signed public documents that concealed the use of a contaminated well, but she was merely a clerk who took orders from top village officials, one of her attorneys told a federal jury Tuesday. "Theresa...
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced in Schaumburg on Thursday 21 upcoming roadway improvement projects resulting in $35 million of construction throughout the suburbs. Among them will be a $3 million project patching 3.1 miles of...
Tags: Roselle, Macy's, House Building, Schaumburg, Deborah Sims
Special to the TribuneCook County prosecutors dropped drug charges today against a 28-year-old Elk Grove Village man following a judge’s ruling that his guilty plea was based on the testimony of a Schaumburg police officer now under indictment for drug conspiracy...
Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans kept hearing complaints from his judges about street gangs in their courtrooms using cellphones to photograph witnesses. "They're bold and they're brash," Evans told me the other day. "They think they can do it in...
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