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High school wrestling insider: Huntley's David Ferrante is Athlete of the Week
Ferrante won the IHSA Class 3A 170-pound state championship Saturday in Champaign. In truth, this week's award goes to all three local state champions: Ferrante, Marian Central’s Dylan Connell (Class 2A, 160) and Crystal Lake South’s Christian Olsen (2A, 113). Connell and Olsen have already won athl
Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Huntley
The following are the Top 10 most expensive streets in Huntley. The average price for homes on these streets range from $424,750 to $627,500. Seeman Road is the 1st most expensive street in Huntley, with single family homes built from 1972 to 1978, and ranging in price from $330,000 to $925,000.
CDC Reports Chronic Wasting Disease In Central Illinois
CDC Reports Chronic Wasting Disease In Central Illinois. (Washington, D.C.) — The CDC is confirming CWD in central Illinois. Federal regulators yesterday released a list of counties with confirmed cases of Chronic Wasting Disease. The list comes with a warning that people should not eat any meat fro
Snoop Dogg to headline Illinois State Fair
Ill. (KWQC) - Three acts have been announced for the Illinois State Fair this summer and the headliner will be Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg joins Dan + Shay and Pentatonix for the fair.
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.
Toxicology reports show drugs, alcohol in systems of 3 Woodstock men killed in crash
Two months after a fatal single-vehicle crash near Woodstock, toxicology reports show that each of the three men who died had cocaine, marijuana and alcohol in their systems. Ryan K. Fleming, 20; Daisen Hollands, 21; and Quinlan M. Hartney, 20, all of Woodstock, were on their way to drop off another
24-year-old Carpentersville man dies in single-vehicle crash
A 24-year-old Carpentersville man was killed in a single-vehicle crash Tuesday on Route 31 near Gentle Breeze Terrace in Carpentersville, according to a news release from the Kane County Coroner’s Office.
Medical marijuana growers are lobbying for licenses that also would allow them to control supply of recreational pot in Illinois
Medical marijuana growers, once banned from making political contributions, are now spending money to influence the expected legalization of recreational cannabis in Illinois in an effort to keep that market to themselves — at least temporarily.
Algonquin-Lake In The Hills Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead
ALGONQUIN-LAKE IN THE HILLS, IL — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon. Partly cloudy throughout the day. Mixed precipitation (1–2 in. of snow) until afternoon, starting again in the evening, and windy overnight.
Scratch off winners won’t get paid in Illinois, for now
Due to equipment upgrades, winners of scratch off Illinois lottery tickets will have to wait a bit. Because they won’t get paid immediately, as is typical for that style of ticket.
LITH Police Looking For Vehicle, Suspect In Suspicious Fire
LAKE IN THE HILLS, IL – The Lake in the Hills Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a vehicle they believe may be connected to a suspicious fire. The fire occurred at 3:35 a.m. on Feb. 17 in the area of Washington Street and McKinley Street in Lake in the Hills, according
2018 home sales: Algonquin 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.
One Person Killed In Carpentersville Crash On Route 31
CARPENTERSVILLE, IL — Route 31 is open after being closed to traffic for more than three hours Tuesday as authorities investigated the scene of a fatal crash near Raceway Woods. According to a report from the Village of Carpentersville Public Safety, the Carpentersville Police and Fire Departments r
Per-mile driving tax screeches to halt in Illinois General Assembly
An Illinois House lawmaker has pulled a proposed per-mile tax from consideration less than a week after introducing it. Taxing Illinois drivers by the mile may be off Springfield’s itinerary.
3 Restaurants Fined For Selling Alcohol to Minor
ALGONQUIN, IL – Three Algonquin businesses were recently cited for selling alcohol to underage patrons, according to the Northwest Herald. Representatives from the three businesses appeared before the village's liquor commission earlier this month and entered guilty pleas, Village President John Sch
Woman, 70, reported missing from Illinois Medical District found safe
A 70-year-old woman who went missing Monday from the Illinois Medical District on the Near West Side has been “safely located.” Gwendolyn Pippens was last seen near University of Illinois Hospital, which is located at 1740 W. Taylor St., according to Chicago police. She may need medical attention.
Jussie Smollett attack: Prosecutors speaking with Smollett's attorneys, police say
CHICAGO -- Prosecutors are speaking with Jussie Smollett's attorneys as part of their investigation into an alleged attack on the "Empire" actor, Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi confirmed Wednesday to ABC News.
Illinois State Police ups Scott's Law enforcement
WTVO/WQRF - Move over or slow down, that's what Scott's Law requires drivers to do for stopped cars in Illinois. Illinois State Police Captain Carl Heintz says too many times troopers lives are put in danger when drivers don't follow the 'Move Over' law.
Bill could lift a decade-old rent control ban in Illinois
ROCKFORD, Ill (WIFR) - A bill moving through the Illinois legislature could get rid of a decade-old rent control ban. 23 News looks into the impact this legislation could have on the Stateline.
Breaking: DeKalb arsonist gets 6 1/2 years in prison
SYCAMORE – A DeKalb woman who set fire to her ex-boyfriend's apartment will be in prison the next few years. Chikyta Williams, 24, of the 1000 block of Crane Drive, was sentenced Friday to 6 1/2 years in prison by DeKalb County Judge Philip Montgomery.