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2018 home sales: Carol Stream price history
Historical home sales data show whether price appreciation has outpaced inflation and tax rates. BlockShopper.com has calculated cities' median sales prices for the past 10 years, adjusting for inflation.
Hanover Park Man Arrested for Alleged Drug Sales in Kendall County
A Hanover Park man who was wanted in Kendall County for alleged controlled substance and cannabis sales was arrested this past weekend on a warrant. Kendall County Court records show 26 year-old Jon Luc Vincitorio of Grosse Pointe Cir. is charged with felonies for Delivery of a Controlled Substance,
Gas Tax: How Much More Illinois Residents Pay To Fill Up
ILLINOIS — Crossing state lines could increase or decrease how much you pay for gas. A new report from 24/7 Wall Street looked at which states have the highest and lowest gas taxes and found that drivers in some states end up paying 50-75 percent more than others.
Snoop Dog is coming to the Illinois State Fair
SPRINGFIELD (WREX) — Rap icon Snoop Dogg is coming to the 2019 Illinois State Fair. Snoop Dogg and Friends will perform Friday, Aug. 16 on the Grandstand stage. Since 1993, Snoop Dogg has released 17 studio albums, sold more than 35 million albums worldwide, reached No. 1 on Billboard charts, and re
Pair of Chicago men sentenced to prison for robbing Hampshire, East Dundee gas stations
A pair of Chicago men have been sentenced to prison after their roles in two armed robberies, according to a news release from the Office of the Kane County State's Attorney. On Feb. 15, Damarcus D. Gilmore, 20, of the 8000 block of South Ridgeland Avenue in Chicago, agreed to a sentence of 21 years
U-46 school board hopefuls discuss taxes, school funding
Eight candidates vying for four seats on the Elgin Area School District U-46 school board are divided on whether raising taxes is necessary to maintain programs and provide quality education.
Arlington Heights man convicted of domestic battery, trespassing Batavia home
A jury found an Arlington Heights man guilty of trespassing the home of someone he was in a relationship with and touching that person’s face last year in west suburban Batavia.
Illinois lawmaker speaks out against Governor Pritzker's state budget
An Illinois lawmaker is speaking out against Governor JB Pritzker’s state budget for 2020. State Representative Darren Bailey says Pritzker’s budget proposes more taxes, expanding gambling to include sports betting and promoting the use of marijuana.
Elgin motorcyle dealerhip owner says closing shop was heartbreaking
The owner of the former BBK Motorsport in Elgin attributed the closure of his business mostly to investing into growth at the wrong time and noted the recent federal government shutdown also may have been a factor.
5 years in prison for repeat Carpentersville marijuana busts
A Carpentersville man heads to prison after pleading guilty in a 2016 marijuana arrest that occurred while he was on probation for a 2013 bust when police discovered some 30 pounds of pot in his house while responding to a domestic complaint.
Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Elgin
The following are the Top 10 most expensive streets in Elgin. The average price for homes on these streets range from $542,000 to $653,000. Russell Road is the 1st most expensive street in Elgin, with single family homes built from 1951 to 2006, and ranging in price from $120,500 to $1,035,000.
Man charged with following 15-year-old girl in Arlington Heights
A man has been charged with following a 15-year-old girl and trying to lure her into an SUV last month a few blocks away from Prospect High School in northwest suburban Arlington Heights.
Elgin Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead
ELGIN, IL — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Mixed precipitation (1–2 in. of snow) until afternoon, starting again in the evening, and windy overnight.
The Polish Diner In Illinois Where You’ll Find All Sorts Of Authentic Eats
Many Illinoisans are familiar with the rich Polish heritage that is embedded in the Land of Lincoln. Whether you already love European food or just want a hearty meal, there’s a Polish diner in Schaumburg, Illinois that you need to visit.
President Trump Calls Out Jussie Smollett On Twitter
CHICAGO (CBS)– Hours after Jussie Smollett was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, President Donald Trump called out the actor on Twitter. The “Empire” actor turned himself in to Chicago police early Thursday morning, after he was charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly staging a rac
Aurora shooter in his own words: 'I acted out of rage and fear' in domestic violence incident
A day after Illinois State Police inquired about Gary Martin’s criminal history in 2014, two court clerks in Mississippi discussed whether to send authorities a chilling psychiatric evaluation in which the future mass killer described himself as “an abuser” and admitted to anger issues.
What's best for downtown Arlington Heights? Candidates discuss balancing residents' concerns
The face of downtown Arlington Heights has changed from a few mom-and-pop shops along the train tracks into the dining and entertainment destination it is today. And with remaining vacant land in the area, more changes may be afoot, if current and future development proposals earn village board appr
McHenry County court security officers found pills, ecstasy in 18-year-old's sock, police say
An Algonquin man was freed on bond Thursday after police said he tucked a bag of drugs into his sock while going through court security. McHenry County sheriff's deputies arrested 18-year-old James T. Conti Wednesday afternoon at the McHenry County Courthouse after he allegedly tried to get through
9 Illinois State Troopers hit when handling roadside incidents
ILLINOIS (WICS/WRSP) -- Scott’s Law, otherwise known as the ‘Move Over’ Law, mandates when approaching a vehicle on the side of the road with flashing lights, you must slow down and move over.
Researchers had just finished a study of Illinois gun laws. Then the Aurora mass shooting happened.
The ink on a new report on Illinois gun laws was barely dry when news broke of a mass shooting in Aurora by a felon who should not have been carrying a handgun. The report, prompted by Chicago’s recent mass fatal shooting at Mercy Hospital, identifies how Illinois remains vulnerable when it comes to