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Tribune reporterOne person died and five were injured, one critically, in a Saturday crash that involved a car, an SUV and a motorcycle near southwest suburban Plainfield, officials said. The accident occurred at about 2:30 p.m. at Route 126 and County Line Road, just...
Buoyed by a victory last week in Iowa, Timothy Peters leads the points standings in the Camping World Truck Series. He can credit some of his recent success to teammate Todd Bodine, who on Saturday night will become the first driver to start 200 races...
Tags: Riverton, Timothy Peters, Mark Martin, Matt Crafton, Todd Bodine
Tribune reporterThe state’s largest employee union filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to block Gov. Pat Quinn’s plan to close several adult and juvenile prisons, citing safety concerns. In the suit, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal...
Special to the TribuneAn Illinois State Police trooper suspected of shooting his girlfriend to death at a graduation party was denied bail this morning at the Cook County courthouse in Maywood, prosecutors said. Brian Himber, 31, of Chicago, was charged with first-degree...
The No. 09 RAB Racing team and driver Kenny Wallace were penalized Tuesday after their Toyota entry failed post-race inspection after a season-best fourth-place finish in Sunday's NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Chicagoland Speedway. Wallace and...
Tags: NASCAR, Punishment, Auto Racing, Kenny Wallace, Fines
Clout StreetGov. Pat Quinn plans to use savings from shuttering several prisons to offset a deep budget cut aimed at the state agency charged with protecting abused and neglected children. The $33.7 billion budget landed on the governor’s desk today, and he&...
Tribune reporterIf you're looking to add the freshest fruits, vegetables, baked goods, cheeses and flowers to your dinner table, look no further than in your own backyard. Don't see a farmers market near your town listed below? Check out the Illinois Department of...
Tags: Grayslake, Downers Grove, New Lenox, Mundelein, Aurora
Hoosiers filling up at the pump this week are feeling the squeeze on their wallets and Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is working to ensure they aren’t being illegally gouged. According to AAA on Thursday, Indiana has the 7th highest gas...
A 40-year-old man standing by his car parked along I-55 near Plainfield was struck and killed by a semitrailer-tractor truck late this morning. The semi was southbound near U.S. 30 at mile marker 256 when it hit a man who was standing alongside his...
Tribune reporterU.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski, D-Ill., and 22 local elected officials are urging Metra to add two rush-hour trains to the Heritage Corridor line – one morning inbound train and one evening outbound train, Lipinski’s office announced today. The...
The Roman Catholic dioceses of Springfield and Joliet have joined 41 other religious institutions filing simultaneous lawsuits that challenge the Obama administration's mandate that many religious employers have their health insurance cover the cost of...
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