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Hammond man working for railroad subcontractor dies in workplace accident
HAMMOND — A 32-year-old man working for a CSX Transportation subcontractor died Tuesday after he became stuck in machinery, police said.Jeremy J. Morris, of Hammond, was working alone at the CSX rail yard in the 4600 block of White Oak Avenue when the accident happened, officials said.
Central Middle School, Tinley Park, Illinois - June 2018
Central Middle School is a 6-8 school in District 146, and is located at 18146 Oak Park Avenue in Tinley Park, Illinois. There are currently 39 homes for sale ranging from $79,900 to $999,000.
Woman raped, robbed at gunpoint on Far South Side: police
The attack happened about 11:20 p.m. June 9 in the 10100 block of South Parnell Avenue, according to the Chicago Police Department. The woman was sitting in her car when an armed man walked up and got into the car. The man told the woman to drive to an alley, police said, where he raped and robbed h
Illinois man accused of attempting to abduct girl in Hammond, fighting police
HAMMOND — An attorney for a Matteson, Illinois, man withdrew a motion Monday to reduce his $40,000 bail on charges alleging he attempted to abduct a girl and fought with a police officer during a traffic stop.
Gary man sentenced to 135 months in prison for role in Munster cellphone store robbery that ended in police shootout
Davis pleaded guilty Feb. 5 to the two-count indictment, court records show. Under a sentencing agreement, he must also serve three years of supervised release and pay $17,011.05 in restitution.
DuPage County Warrant Of The Week
DUPAGE COUNTY, IL — A La Salle woman has been chosen as DuPage County Sheriff Zaruba's "Manhunt Monday," according to a post on the sheriff department's Facebook page. Samantha Schillaci, 33, is wanted for charges of burglary.
Fact Check: Trump Overstates Order on Family Separation
He suggests the order is a permanent solution. But the president is contradicted by his own Justice Department, which describes the effort as stopgap and limited by a 21-year-old court settlement under which the federal government essentially agreed not to detain immigrant minors longer than 20 days
Drunk Driver Tosses Beer Can Out Window During Traffic Stop: Cops
RIVERSIDE, IL — Riverside Police arrested a man who was drunk driving at 2:20 p.m. on Friday, June 15. Orlando Coronel, 29, of Chicago, was charged with felony aggravated DUI, misdemeanor DUI for an alcohol blow above 0.08, driving while license suspended, driving with no valid license, driving with
River Oaks Theaters time capsule turned up all wet
The demolition of the River Oaks Theaters in Calumet City, a landmark multiplex where many Region residents first saw cinema classics like "Star Wars," "Godfather," and "Silence of the Lambs," has left many wondering what happened to a time capsule that was buried there when it opened in 1969.Region
Trump Signs Executive Order To End Family Separation But Says 'Zero Tolerance' To Stay
“I didn’t like the sight or the feeling of families being separated,” Trump says.pic.twitter.com/QDomdcnpXB— CBS News (@CBSNews)June 20, 2018
Police release more details about car in fatal Burbank hit-and-run
BURBANK, Ill. (WLS) --Burbank police said they're closing in on the driver behind aweekend hit-and-runthatkilled a 9-year-old boy.Police said at about 9:45 p.m. on Saturday night a 29-year-old mother and her two children were struck by a gray four-door vehicle while crossing the street at 86th and C
James Hart School, Homewood, Illinois - June 2018
James Hart School is a 7-8 school in District 153, and is located at 18220 Morgan Street in Homewood, Illinois. There are currently 19 homes for sale ranging from $110,000 to $330,000.
Remembering Anita Bryant and 'Orange Tuesday' - Gay Lesbian Bi Trans News Archive - Windy City Times
On June 7, 1977, voters in Dade County, Florida overwhelmingly voted to repeal the county's recently passed gay-rights ordinance, concluding a campaign that put gay rights—and gay people—on the evening news and daily newspapers across the country.
Man Jumps Off Bridge In Joliet Monday | 1340 WJOL
Joliet Police are investigating the death of a man who reportedly jumped off the Cass Street Bridge, east of Page Avenue, in Joliet on Monday afternoon. Eyewitnesses reportedly saw 55-year old Octavio Vargas jump from the bridge just after 4 p.m.
17-year-old dies day after he was mistaken for dead in University Park shooting
CHICAGO — A 17-year-old boy has died a day after being shot several times at a party on the Near West Side.The shooting happened just before 5 a.m. Monday on the 1300 block of South Loomis Street in the city’s University Village neighborhood. Police said people were attending a party when shots were
AP News - Police: Chicago-area man fatally shot wife, daughter
In a statement released Monday, the Darien Police Department announced its investigation concluded that 42-year-old Olasunkanmi Esho killed 33-year-old Bourk Esho and their daughter, Olivia Esho. He then killed himself.
Dead rabbit found in Tinley Park tests positive for Tularemia virus
A dead rabbit discovered June 13 in the 7500 block of West 161st Street in Tinley Park tested positive for the Tularemia virus, according to the Illinois State Public Health Laboratory. FOREST PRESERVES OF COOK COUNTY PHOTO
Man charged with felony for garage burglary
Keith Vassel, 49, of Country Club Hills, was charged with a felony on June 12 for burglarizing a garage on the 9700 block of South Leavitt Street on May 26, police said. Vassel was also charged with a misdemeanor for urinating/defecating on the public way. The alert also described garage burglaries
Calumet Township trustee's son sentenced to time served, probation for public corruption
Steven Hunter, 50, was sentenced Tuesday in the U.S. District Court of Hammond to about five months in jail, time he already served last year at the Lake County Jail after his bond was revoked for drug use, for his guilty pleas to conspiracy to commit wire fraud and two counts of wire fraud.
Man dies after beating from liquor store security guard on South Side
Herbert Lemon, 33, died Thursday from injuries he got at the “Wine and Spirits” liquor store at 308 E. 75th St., according to Chicago Police the Cook County Medical Examiner’ Office.