Montgomery police have charged a 27-year-old Aurora man with kicking in a door of a home, and threatening the residents inside. The man was found outside the home and taken into custody around 2:30 a.m. Monday.
Oct. 20 2:47 p.m. |
The League of United Latin American Citizens' Aurora chapter is awarding 11 local students with college scholarships for their academic work and community involvement.
Oct. 20 1:03 p.m. |
Aurora police are investigating more than $200 worth of suspected counterfeit cash that was used to make a purchase at an Aurora Walmart earlier this month. The chalky, yellowish cash let employees to suspect it was not real.
Oct. 20 12:27 p.m. |
A respected physician from Aurora who was seriously injured Friday morning in a traffic crash in the west-central part of Naperville has died of his injuries.
Oct. 20 12:16 p.m. |
Before the city of Aurora can tear down the former West Aurora High School building on the near West Side, it must pay almost $600,000 to get rid of asbestos
Oct. 20 4:19 a.m. |
Just recovering from a devastating storm and an uncle's sudden death, a family is hit by their teen's painful, paralyzing stroke.
Oct. 19 11:45 p.m. |
Controversial Senate Bill 16 aims to change the dysfunctional way Illinois funds schools. But the bill, while benefitting poorer districts who have been at a funding disadvantage, could cut essential services and/or raise taxes in other schools. And that's got school districts on both sides of the debate at odds with each other.
Oct. 19 6 a.m. |
Financial analysts are cautioning East Aurora officials to be careful with deficit spending as property values in the district continue to fall.
Oct. 18 8:47 p.m. |
In Class 1A, Aurora Christian placed eighth with a 693.
Oct. 18 7:58 p.m. |