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Here is the Class 3A Illinois girls basketball all-state teams, as voted on by a statewide panel of sports writers and broadcasters and compiled by John Radtke of the (Arlington Heights) Daily Herald. CLASS 4A FIRST TEAM Linnae Harper, Young (Sr., G, 85...
Special to the TribuneA Cook County judge today denied an effort by a defendant in a triple murder case in Hoffman Estates to have a trio of experts testify that he was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder when the slayings occurred. Judge Ellen Mandeltort said...
Tags: Justice System, Defendants, Trials, Lawyers, Murder
Special to the TribuneA Cook County judge has set a $2 million bail for a Hoffman Estates teen accused of trying to kill his girlfriend. Prosecutors say Apolinar Serna-Jacobo, 17, went to his 17-year-old girlfriend’s house on Monday and stabbed her more than a dozen...
After watching Gov. Pat Quinn sign into law a new mandate for child sex-abuse education in Illinois schools, the woman behind that measure will be hitting the road to push the cause nationwide. On Thursday, Quinn signed "Erin's Law" at the Children's...
Tribune reporterFive construction contracts totaling nearly $124.5 million for the rebuilding and widening of the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90) were approved today by the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority. The contracts give the go-ahead for work to begin this...
TribLocal - Barrington Area » NewsState police investigators are attempting to recover several vehicles believed to have been intentionally submerged in ponds in the northwest suburbs. An Illinois Department of …...
Special to the TribuneA Hoffman Estates man was sentenced in Cook County Circuit Court on Monday to nine years in prison for selling drugs in the parking lot of a hospital to an undercover police officer. Malatios Jabbour, 36, of the 1800 block of Huntington Boulevard in...
Tags: Punishment, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
Tribune reporterState police investigators are attempting to recover several vehicles believed to have been intentionally submerged in ponds in the northwest suburbs. An Illinois Department of Transportation employee conducting aerial survey work spotted the suspected...
Mike Skogmo has recovered from the snowboarding accident that broke three vertebrae and lacerated his liver. But it's taking longer to fix his insurance mess. The Buffalo Grove native, featured in the Nov. 11 column, was injured Christmas Day 2010 while...
Tribune reporterThree men have been charged in federal court today with committing separate bank robberies, including an Hoffman Estates man who is believed to be responsible for at least four bank heists himself, Kenneth White, 34, of the 700 block of West Bode Circle...
The good news arrived in Hilde Loebe's mailbox in late August. As a low-income Medicare beneficiary, the 87-year-old Hoffman Estates resident had been approved for assistance with her Medicare Part B premiums. The letter from the Illinois Department...
For some American workers, picking the right health insurance is becoming more like hunting for the perfect business suit: It takes some shopping around to find a good fit and avoid sticker shock. In a major shift in employer-sponsored health insurance...
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