Friday Jul 18
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Chicago: Man admits filing false multi-billion-dollar liens against federal judges.
Tyree Davis Sr., 42, of Flossmoor, Illinois, pleaded guilty to two counts of obstruction of justice and two counts of filing false retaliatory liens against government officials, the Justice Department announced today.
Wisch: LeBron's Return Hits Home For Illini Nation
Four times in the past eight years, the No. 1 high school basketball player in the nation has called Illinois home.
The Southtown Star
Region dries out after weekend storms
The south and southwest suburbs were drying out Sunday after the second significant storm in the last two weeks soaked the region.
Need Help from Flossmoor Fire? Department Charges Some for Its Services
Should motorists driving through Flossmoor be involved in an accident, they might have more to pay than the repairs for their car.
Some South Suburban Residents May Not Get Power Back Until Saturday
Thousands of ComEd customers in the south suburbs woke up on the Fourth of July to their fourth morning without power due to damage from the Monday-night storm that dropped a tornado near Plainfield.
The Southtown Star
Get Up and Go
Starry Nights Concert: Staff Infection & the South Side Horns - a rock band whose members are faculty, staff and alumni from Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School - will be the featured act in the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District's Starry Nights concert, set for 7 p.m. Thursday at Irwin Park, 18120 Highland Ave., Homewood.
ComEd Offers Safety Tips During 'Multi-Day Restoration Effort'
Monday's severe storms and high winds hit ComEd's service area, knocking out power to more than 382,000 customers in Chicagoland, including residents of H omewood-Flossmoor, Oak Forest, Tinley Park, Orland Park, and other areas.
Chicago Area Cleaning Up After Storm That Spawned Two Brief Tornadoes
The south suburbs were hit especially hard hit with powerful winds and heavy rain toppling trees and power lines all across the southland.
Study: Supply won't meet growing demand for primary care
The U.S. faces an anticipated shortage of more than 50,000 primary care physicians by 2025, a study finds.
Could You Handle an 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. School Day?
Over the past four years, students in the first graduating class of Southland College Prep Charter High School spent five days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. preparing for the next phase of their lives.