WOODSTOCK â A Richmond man admitted Monday to fracturing his daughter's legs and ribs, although he maintains that the injuries were the result of an accident.
Clinton stops short of calling for Benghazi panel to be disbanded
WOODSTOCK â Woodstock police and the McHenry County Coroner's office continue to investigate the death of a man found behind 3 Stars Pizza on Sunday, but officials say they do not believe there is any threat to residents.
ALGONQUIN â Free leaf collection by Groot will continue through December 15 for Algonquin residents.
Avg. statewide temperature was 70.2 degrees for September 2015 in Illinois
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CHICAGO â Chicago police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 41-year-old McHenry man.
WASHINGTON â America's $1.2 trillion in student debt is having consequences in far-reaching ways.
Clean indoor air smells better, and is better for health.Â According to the World Health Organization, âThere is strong evidence that exposure to household air pollution can lead to a wide range of child and adult disease outcomes, including acute and chronic respiratory conditions, lung cancer, heart disease, and stroke.â
PRAIRIE GROVE â McHenry County Sheriff's police are investigating a motorcycle crash near Prairie Grove that sent a 47-year-old Island Lake man to an area hospital over the weekend.
Clinton wants to strengthen background checks
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COLUMBIA, S.C. â Hundreds were rescued Sunday from fast-moving floodwaters in South Carolina as days of driving rain hit a dangerous crescendo that buckled buildings and roads, closed a major East Coast interstate route and threatened the drinking water supply for the capital city.
Enforcement aimed at getting rid of 'unwanted behavior' in park, police chief says
McHENRY â Leaf pickup in McHenry will begin Monday and end Dec. 11. Waste Management will use specially designed vacuum equipment to pick up piles of leaves that residents can leave alongside the road for collection. Collections generally will be on the same day as garbage pickups. Schedules may be delayed during periods of heavy rain.