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Dueling audits to shed light on autopsies
Area roundup: October 23
Brooke Burling helps Waubonsie Valley hold off Batavia
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Heart brings back Metea Valley’s Matt Hartdegen after gruesome injury
Geneva’s Kirby Einck earns second day at state in tennis
Rick Armstrong’s football notes: Win to get in for Aurora Christian
Five games to watch in the Aurora area for Week 9
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Aurora Central finds a real keeper in Khalil Guisse
Clouds may spoil partial solar eclipse viewing in Chicago
Speedway considers new gas station in Yorkville
Aurora leads (six) pack in expensive beer?
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Man charged with threatening nurse at Sandwich nursing home
Developers propose Oswego mega-project
Work begins on new tech center off Warrenville Road
Kendall Health Department prepares for possible Ebola cases
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State of Illinois sets up Ebola task force
Police officer injured while investigating suspicious person in Batavia
Naperville hosts regional fire training exercise
Foster, Senger say jobs heavy on constituents’ minds during forum
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Rosary High hosts open house for prospective students
The Big Questions: Author Jen Lancaster on bucket lists, conservatism and (not) writing about sex
Fresh serrano peppers recalled over Salmonella concerns
Rosary latest target of St. Francis’ success
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West High grad in critical condition after fall in Madrid
Former Kane County Cougar Yordano Ventura to start for Royals in game 2 of World Series
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Fox Valley schools on funding reform ‘winners/losers’ list
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. |
No panic, just Ebola concerns in Fox Valley News
No panic, just Ebola concerns in Fox Valley
Hospital and health department leaders insist they will continue to ramp up necessary efforts to keep ahead of the Ebola virus now in this country. Despite growing concerns, they urge employees and the public to stay calm and educate themselves about the facts, rather than the hype.
Oct. 16 5:29 p.m. |
Large scale effort underway to boost Aurora Legion post News
Large scale effort underway to boost Aurora Legion post
For a variety or reasons, the Aurora American Legion Post has steadily lost members throught the years. But new Commander Mike Eckburg hopes to chanae all that as national and state leaders convened last week to begin an aggressive membership drive they hope will kickstart this important post in the state's second largest city.
Oct. 10 12:51 p.m. |
Baby Ella loses battle with ALS-like disease
Baby Ella loses battle with ALS-like disease
Aurora woman had no time to work with police in an attempt to find out who was using her sick baby's photo and story to line their own pockets. Soon after this alleged fraud came to light, baby Ella, fighting an ALS-like disorder called spinal muscular atrophy, died in her mother's arms.
Oct. 9 4:25 p.m. |
Fourteen years later, dying mom’s child says thanks to community News
Fourteen years later, dying mom’s child says thanks to community
In the fall of 2000, Charlotte Trischler was dying, in danger of losing her home and didn't even have a way to get her daughter to kindergarten. But a loving community stepped in to help. And now that young girl, all grown up and living in Texas where she moved after her mother passed away, wants the community to know she recalls the kindness of perfect strangers.
Oct. 7 5:16 p.m. |
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