A rash of tornadoes broke out Saturday afternoon and evening across central Illinois, injuring at least 30 people and turning homes into piles of splintered wood. There were 22 tornadoes reported to the National Weather Service on Saturday, all in central Illinois. The offices in Lincoln, Illinois, and St. Louis, Missouri, will conduct storm surveys […]
The Illinois House and Senate have both passed a bill that calls for the abolishment of township highway districts that maintain less than 15 miles of road.
The village board is set to receive a zoning report Monday recommending approval of the annexation of a lot on Grand Avenue for construction of an Aldi. Residents of the unincorporated neighborhood behind the site are concerned about the safety of area children, who play and wait at bus stops near an entrance delivery trucks […]
Facebook pissed off journalists earlier this year when it announced that ads run by news publishers to promote their articles involving elected officials, candidates, and national issues would have to sport “paid for by…” labels and be included alongside political campaign ads in its ads transparency archive that launched in June, albeit in a separate section. […]
Prosecutors in South Korea have indicted the chief executive and eight other employees of Toptec Co for allegedly selling information about Samsung’s flexible OLED displays to a Chinese company. The charges detail that the company received more than $13.8 million for the information, Prosecutors in South Korea have indicted the chief executive and eight other […]
Honda is recalling 122,000 minivans worldwide because the sliding doors can open while the vans are moving. The recall covers Odyssey vans from 2018 and 2019. Honda says some parts in the power door rear latches can stick and stop the doors from fastening securely. The company says it…
Authorities are asking for help in identifying a suspect in two armed robberies near Grayslake.
The vacancy has been created by the announced retirement of Associate Judge Margaret A. Marcouiller, effective Dec. 14.
A Democratic lawmaker wished legionella on the family of a Republican lawmaker during debate on a veto override attempt of legislation that would increase the cap on claims the state
The first major snowstorm of the year in Lake County clogged roadways, and closed some facilities on Monday, including Lake County Circuit Court facilities, before a blizzard warning expired, leaving up to 13 inches of snow in some areas.
After 22 years operating the Grayslake Dog n Suds, owner Chris Beckord is planning to retire and has put the Center Street business up for sale.
Woodland Schools will host a holiday food drive through Dec. 10 to help children in its schools and their families.
Freezing temperatures are here, and for some homeowners that means frozen pipes. To avoid dealing with that mess and expense, experts recommend slowly running the water in your house when it’s very cold outside.
The Lake County Land Bank authority has officially been formed as a method of addressing distressed properties.
At the new fairgrounds show, patrons can turn on their radios to a predetermined station, and all the animation they see will be synchronized to the music.
The Round Lake Beach man now faces charges following his Oct. 28 arrest.
A former U.S. Marine machine gunner who opened fire inside a packed Thousand Oaks bar this month stabbed one of his victims in the neck during a rampage that left 12 people dead, authorities revealed Tuesday.
A mother attempting to climb over a fence on the US-Mexico border fell and was impaled on a steel bar in front of her children, officials said. The 26-year-old woman from Guatemala pierced her side…
A Democratic state lawmaker said she wanted to pump a lethal “broth of Legionella” bacteria into the water system of a Republican colleague’s family during remarks on the Illinois House floor over a bill aimed at helping families of more than a dozen residents who diedat the Quincy veterans home.