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Mon Aug 18, 2014
Plainfield Bank Robber Officially Charged
The man accused of robbing a bank in Plainfield has officially been charged. 35-year-old Kenneth Matlock has been charged with one count of felony bank robbery according to the U.S. Justice Department.
Woman sentenced for stealing puppy
A woman from Missouri who stole three puppies from Petland stores over a two-day period last fall has been sentenced for the second of those crimes.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Gas Prices Level Out, but Continued Drop Expected
The national average price for regular unleaded gas inched downward a fraction of a penny the past week as refinery issues in the Midwest offset widespread price declines in most areas.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Alleged ringleader in Joliet double-murder could go on trial Sept. 22
The alleged ringleader behind the strangling deaths of two men on Hickory Street in Joliet last year could go to trial late next month.
Joliet Police Investigate Weapon That May Have Been Brought to Joliet Central Football Camp
The Joliet Police have started an investigation into a report that a student may have brought a weapon to a football camp run by Joliet Central High School this summer.
Morris Daily Herald
IDOT reopens portions of 55 over Des Plaines River near Joliet
Traffic reduced to one lane each way is seen just south of the Des Plaines River bridge on Interstate 55 in July.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Two men held after Joliet bank heist
Two men who are accused of robbing a bank in Joliet yesterday morning are behind bars today after having been apprehended and charged following a brief high-speed chase, according to federal officials.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Carole Ann Miller, 75, of Coal City and formerly Plainfield, passed away Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014 at Presence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Joliet.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Morris Daily Herald
Morris alderman arrested on DUI in Will County
MORRIS – Alderman Brian Feeney is out of jail on bond after being arrested in Joliet last week on an aggravated driving under the influence charge.
Prosecution could wrap up today in Joliet double-murder trial
Prosecutors could rest their case Monday against a woman on trial for the murders of two men on Hickory Street in Joliet last year.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Mom of Joliet victim learns his final words - and is haunted by them
Jamille Kent, left, mother of murder victim Terrance Rankins, walks to court, Monday, Aug. 4, 2014 in Joliet.
The Southtown Star
JJC prof's 'Chinese with Mike' now going by the book
From his small New Lenox garage, armed only with a wipe-off board, a video camera and a closetful of Hawaiian shirts, Mike Hainzinger set out to teach Chinese.
Naperville teen gets jail for heroin possession Aug. 8
A young man from Naperville's West Highlands neighborhood has been sentenced to jail and ordered to perform community service work, after being convicted of possessing heroin early last spring during an underage drinking party on the city's far south side.
The Southtown Star
Quinn designates South Suburban Airport, plans...
Flanked by a bevy of local leaders, Gov. Pat Quinn unveiled a sign officially renaming Bult Field as the state-owned South Suburban Airport, and announced that he will meet with private investors next month to create a plan to further develop the airport.
The Daily Gazette
Will County replaces infected ash trees
Village of Plainfield Public Works employee Brian Fahnstrom drags an ash tree limb to a wood chipper after the tree was removed from the front yard of a house July 16 in Plainfield.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Back-to-School Fair helps DuPage families in need
The Villa Park mom recently was injured at work, she says, so there's no money coming in.
Two Illinois Coal Power Plants Going Offline
One, in Romeoville, is closing entirely, and one in Joliet is being converted to natural gas.
Constructing the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal
Constructing the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal took many years. The project began in 1887 and faced many problems.
Star witness in double-murder murder trial testifies...
And finally, she wrote in a letter that she's "not dumb enough to be in jail for the rest of my life."