April 16-27, 2014

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Twins Who Turned on Drug Cartel Sentenced

Twins Who Turned on Drug Cartel Sentenced

Two twin brothers who provided unprecedented testimony against one of the world’s most dangerous drug cartels were sentenced to 14 years in prison Tuesday.

Suburban Resident Tests Positive For Measles

Suburban Resident Tests Positive For Measles

Just ten cases of measles have been reported in Illinois over the last five years, said IDPH Director Nirav Shah.

Police Hunt For Man Who Prompted Hospital Lockdown

Police Hunt For Man Who Prompted Hospital Lockdown

Extra security measures were put in place at Delnor Community Hospital in Geneva after Justin B. Patzer threatened someone with "with a non-firearm type weapon," police and a hospital spokesman said.

Ernie Banks’ Visitation, Memorial Service Set

Ernie Banks’ Visitation, Memorial Service Set

Visitation and memorial services were announced Monday for Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks, who died Friday after suffering a heart attack days before his 84th birthday.

City Publishes "Problem Landlords" List

City Publishes "Problem Landlords" List

The list, compiled by the Department of Buildings, will be updated twice each year.

Why Blizzard Wasn't as Bad as Predicted for Many

Why Blizzard Wasn't as Bad as Predicted for Many

In the wild world of winter weather, location is everything. So small last minute changes in the air morphed what was supposed to be crippling feet of snow into a handful of inches. Fearful forecasts turned into