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Series on 'Smiley Face Killers' shines light on Elgin man's mysterious death

A new documentary series on the Oxygen network is shining the spotlight on the "Smiley Face Killers" theory, including suspected links to the 2000 death of Brian Welzien, a 21-...

 
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How a writer from Elk Grove ended up writing a book on Parkland shooting

Dave Cullen's best-selling book about the 1999 school shooting in Columbine, Colorado, made him an expert on mass shootings. The Elk Grove Village native's new book, "Parkland," released today, takes readers on a journey far beyond the 2018 Valentine's Day shooting at a Florida high school.

 
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Two arrested after $1M Kane County heroin bust

Two people were arrested and charged last week with selling an estimated $1 million in black tar heroin to an undercover officer.

 
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Robber used Lyft to get to and from Rolling Meadows bank, FBI says

The man charged in Saturday's robbery of Ben Franklin Bank in Rolling Meadows used a ride-sharing service to get to and from the bank, according to a criminal complaint filed by the FBI.

 
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Palatine DUI suspect dies after crash

A 41-year-old Palatine man died Thursday after being critically injured in a Feb. 5 two-vehicle crash in Palatine, according to a news release issued Monday by Palatine police.

 
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Lemont man charged with DUI, battering Lisle officer

A Lemont man is free on $25,000 bail today after allegedly battering a Lisle police officer during a DUI arrest early Saturday morning.

 
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Another Palatine teen accused in Feb. 1 shooting

A 15-year-old Palatine boy faces a first-degree murder charge in the Feb. 1 killing of a man he believed to be a gang rival, a Cook County sheriff's spokeswoman said Monday.

 
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Attorney: Woman involved in Sauer case won't allow phone to be tested

An attorney for disgraced former state Rep. Nick Sauer, who is accused of posting nude images of two women online without their consent, claims one of women is against running forensic tests on her phone.

 

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