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Crystal Lake-based School District 155 Board votes to close Haber Oaks Campus

CRYSTAL LAKE – Alice McCoy’s granddaughter was 10 when her 21-year-old brother died from injuries suffered in a car crash.

Supporters gather to watch Carpentersville Olympic figure skater compete

BUFFALO GROVE – Some of Bradie Tennell’s biggest fans showed up to Twin Rinks Ice Pavilion on Tuesday in support of the Carpentersville native who is competing in the 2018 Olympic Games.

Gubernatorial candidate Jeanne Ives defends 'edgy' campaign ads: I stand by it

CRYSTAL LAKE – State Rep. Jeanne Ives stands behind her controversial gubernatorial campaign ads – inflaming TV spots that attack Gov. Bruce Rauner’s policies with portrayals of a transgender woman and a woman flaunting a free abortion.

Woodstock North High School student arrested in connection with gun picture, threat

WOODSTOCK – A Woodstock North High School student was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly sent a threatening message and picture of a gun to a classmate via social media.

Judge won't dismiss drug-induced homicide charges against McHenry man

McHENRY – More than a year after police found an unresponsive man in the restroom of a McHenry gas station, the man charged with delivering the fatal dose of heroin maintains that jurors indicted him based on “erroneous, contradicting and completely false evidence.”

Breaking: Carpenterville's Bradie Tennell finishes 11th in short program despite early fall

GANGNEUNG, South Korea – An early fall in Bradie Tennell’s Olympic short program did not deter the Carpentersville native from finishing strong in her individual event debut Tuesday evening.

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