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2 charged in fatal shooting of Chicago Police Officer John Rivera

CHICAGO (WLS) -- Two men have been charged in the fatal shooting of off-duty Chicago Police Officer John River, police announced Monday. Police said 24-year-old Menelik Jackson of South Holland and 32-year-old Jovan Battle of Chicago have each been charged with first-degree murder. Police said Jacks


Fun Fair: St. John Brebeuf School in Niles offers games, 'jousting' and more

St. John Brebeuf School in Niles hosted its annual Fun Fair last week, giving children an opportunity to play games, get their faces painted, and even take on their classmates in a jousting match using inflatable “swords.”


Elderly woman found covered in feces with bedbugs 'jumping off' her body, son charged with felony neglect: Prosecutors

A Glenview man is charged with felony neglect of an elderly person after police found his 91-year-old mother unconscious and clinging to life, covered in bedbugs, feces and urine in a filthy home, prosecutors said Wednesday.


4 killed, 10 wounded in Chicago weekend shootings

At least 14 people were shot, four of them fatally, across Chicago this weekend. Early Saturday morning, a young, off-duty Chicago police officer was killed in an apparently random shooting in River North.


Blotter: 4 people picked up on warrants in Skokie

The following items were taken from Skokie Police Department reports and releases. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Steven Michael Higgins, 59, of the 9000 block of Mansfield Avenue, Morton Grove, was charged with battery and criminal trespass on March 16.


Q4 real estate sales report: Niles

Median prices rose in Niles over last year, and are up 4.4 percent over 10 years, adjusted for inflation, according to fourth quarter sales data collected by BlockShopper.com. From October to December, 74 homes sold in Niles for a median price of $278,500. That's 1.1 percent higher than median home


Wisconsin man stabbed to death in Harrah’s Casino hotel in Joliet; suspect sought

Joliet police are investigating the death of a Wisconsin man who was stabbed Sunday at Harrah’s Casino hotel. Joliet police responded to a call of a fight about 10 p.m. at the hotel, 151 N. Joliet St., and found the victim, Emanuel M. Burgrino, in a hallway. The 75-year-old man, from Hales Corners,


Let's Meet At The Barre

We will combine Pilates mat exercises with barre exercises that strengthen arms, legs, back and glutes. Class will include balance and posture exercises. 7 Weeks. Niles Family Fitness Center 987 Civic Center Dr. Niles,Ill.


Springfield considering gas tax hike even though Illinois already pays among the most in U.S.

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Michael Avenatti charged with extortion, bank and wire fraud

NEW YORK — Federal prosecutors have charged Michael Avenatti with extortion and bank and wire fraud. He has been placed under arrest. This is a developing story. Check back for updates.


Gary double homicide: Woman, teen found fatally shot in home identified; 2 suspects sought

GARY, IN. (WLS) -- A woman and a teen boy found shot to death over the weekend in their home in Gary, Indiana, were identified Monday. Police responded around 8 p.m. Saturday to a report of shots fired at a home in the 6800-block of East 3rd Avenue, near Dunes Highway.


Niles-Morton Grove Weekly Weather Forecast

NILES-MORTON GROVE, IL — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Lakeshore Flood Advisory for your area, beginning Sunday at 11:00 pm and ending Monday at 2:00 pm. More info from the National Weather Service is available here.


Bail Denied For Man Accused Of Kidnapping, Robbing, Sexually Assaulting College Student

CHICAGO (CBS)– Bond was denied for a Chicago man suspected in the kidnapping, armed robbery, and sexual assault of a 21-year-old female college student. Justin Dalcollo, 34, appeared in court Monday morning. He was charged with one count of aggravated Kidnapping, one count of armed robbery and one c


Glenview Blotter: Robbery Via Drive-Through Attempted

The following records are from the files of the Glenview Police Dept. The Glenview Journal publishes its “Police Blotter” every issue:. Robert Liss, 60, of 4200 W. Lake Ave. #B104, Glenview, was charged with criminal abuse and neglect of an elderly person at 6:41 p.m. Sunday, March 17. He was taken


Developers update proposed North Ave. Sears proposal

MODIFIED: Above, an architectural rendering of the proposed mixed-use development planned for the site of the old Sears on Harlem and North. | Courtesy of Seritage. The Sears building in better times for the company. | File photo.


R. Kelly's Lawyer Says Singer Played No Part In Alleged 'Sex Slaves' Canceled Family Meetings

R. Kelly’s lawyer said the singer is not manipulating his two alleged "sex slaves" relationships with their family, in a conversation with TMZ published Monday. Azriel Clary, one of Kelly’s two live-in girlfriends, was scheduled to meet with her family in Chicago on Saturday, but the meeting never h


Man held in fatal shooting of Illinois assistant state attorney in Beaver Dam, authorities say

An Illinois woman was shot to death in a Third Street duplex Beaver Dam on Saturday, and a local man was taken into custody, authorities reported. Beaver Dam police identified the victim as Stacia F. Hollinshead of Sycamore, Illinois, and the suspect as Ulisses W. Medina Espinosa of Beaver Dam.


Family of Unarmed Shooting Victim Wins $5.1 Million after Police Plant Gun

A Chicago jury awards $5.1 million to family of unarmed man fatally shot by Chicago cop, who planted gun. An Illinois jury awarded nearly $5.1 million on Thursday to the family of 37-year-old Gary Smith, who was fatally shot by Chicago police officer Arkadiusz Pachnik in 2014.


Slain cop targeted because he was Hispanic; hate crime charges possible: Johnson

The man accused of killing a Chicago Police officer had gotten into an altercation with a group of Hispanic men about an hour earlier, then shot the cop because he was “the first Hispanic he saw,” CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson said Monday.


$1 million-winning Powerball ticket sold in Illinois

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – If you purchased a Powerball ticket in Illinois you could be a new millionaire. A Powerball ticket for the March 23 drawing was sold in the state that matched the five white balls, winning $1 million. The winning numbers were 24, 25, 52, 60, 66 and the Powerball was 05.