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Woodridge police have identified the husband and wife who was 7 months pregnant killed in an apparent murder-suicide late Monday. Full Story
DuPage County investigators say Jeffrey Keller must have been feeling the heat on the morning of Jan. 14, 2015, as he was researching the DuPage County Major Crimes Task Force — the very team that was closing in on him for the murder of Bloomingdale’s Nate Fox. Full Story
Busse Farm, the largest undeveloped parcel of land in the O’Hare market, could soon be home to a multimillion dollar commercial development, Elk Grove Village Mayor Craig Johnson announced Tuesday. Full Story
With pop star The Weeknd in town on Tuesday, how could officials in Rosemont maximize security in the wake of Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester, England? That was the concern of the the police chief and the arena’s executive director, who put extra precautions in place for the sold-out show. Full Story
Lake Villa Township may be out of the picture but a management company has come on board to improve the Antioch Golf Club. Full Story
A 15-year-old Des Plaines teen who was accidentally shot in the face by his 10-year-old brother has died, Des Plaines police announced Tuesday afternoon. Full Story
A third case of mumps has been confirmed at Jacobs High School in Algonquin, Superintendent Fred Heid announced Tuesday. Full Story
As a candidate Donald Trump promised to improve health care, but as president his first full budget calls for deep cuts to popular safety net insurance programs Full Story
British police and intelligence agencies arrested three more suspects in connection to the Manchester suicide bombing Wednesday as they worked to piece together the allegiances of the bomber and foil any new potential threats Full Story
Streets were closed around McDonald’s Oak Brook headquarters Wednesday morning workers for the fast food chain protested to increase the minimum wage as the company’s shareholders gathered for their annual meeting, ABC 7 is reporting. Full Story
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