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Dec. 12: Lisa M. Leuders, 234 Woodlet, Bolingbrook, was booked on charges of improper traffic lane usage, driving while under the influence of alcohol, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, failing to reduce speed and uninsured motor vehicle/bodily harm.
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Aurora police Sgt. Bill Rowley talks with 2-year-old Abby Schmidt during a reunion Thursday in Aurora.
Angel Garcia, 33, apparently jumped about 12:15 p.m., after he had spent an hour speaking to his girlfriend in the visitor's area, Department of Corrections officials said in a release.
A Stateville prisoner leaped from the fifth floor of a cell house and plunged to his death Thursday, according to a release from the Illinois Department of Corrections.
No one imagines on their wedding day that they're about to start a journey filled with tears, pain and heartache.
A teenager was taken to a juvenile detention center Monday night after he allegedly posted a sext he received from a female teen on a social media site - and later allegedly threatened the girl's mother with a BB gun, police say.
If you live in Plainfield, you know all too well the devastation a tornado can bring .
If the National Weather Service's forecast holds true, we're going to wake tomorrow to anywhere from two to four inches of snow.
A 54-year-old man was killed early Tuesday morning after being struck by a car in Crest Hill, police said.
Some motorists got in trouble in New Lenox lately and that's about all that was going on, the police said.
Joliet Central High School Vocal Music Instructor David L. Jones and Joliet West High School student Adam Crump II were honored at the National Hook-Up of Black Women Gold Star Awards Gala on Saturday, Nov. 30. Jones received the 2013 Gold Star Award for the Arts.
Rogelio Camacho, 32, of 222 Henderson Ave. was taken into custody shortly after 7:30 p.m. Dec. 1 on a charge of retail theft.
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