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Sarah Wohler, of Shepard High School, won a science fair conference title for her mousetrap car. Supplied photo by Bob McParland Updated: July 13, 2014 7:59PM References to building a better mousetrap sometimes refer generically to any kind of
Monday's severe storms have phones are ringing off the hook for at least one company that services flooded basements. ServiceMaster Restore, a restoration company, said 90 percent of the calls they've received have to do with water damage because of
Search crews are trying to determine if any boaters are missing after a barge allegedly collided with a small pleasure boat in the Cal Sag River, officials said. Police responded after getting several calls from people reporting a loud noise on the
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has designated $7.4 million Cook County construction projects. The governor's office says the projects will be managed largely by the Illinois Department of Transportation. They include modernized traffic signals in Calumet
Eric Kallenborn (left) and Ronell Whitaker will present the merits of using graphic novels in the classroom to teachers attending the Denver Comic Con on Friday. Donna Vickroy/Sun-Times Media Updated: June 11, 2014 9:38PM A dragon-slaying hero.
David Bernat holds his children, Joseph and Angela, after having them returned to him after their mother took them to Mexico. Supplied photo Updated: June 7, 2014 12:06AM Christmas wasn't celebrated until shortly after Easter this year at David
A woman drove her SUV through a 7-Eleven convenience store Wednesday night in Palos Heights. Police responded to the call about 8:30 p.m. at 7-Eleven, 11900 S. Harlem Ave., after the woman's vehicle accelerated into the store, according to Palos
Banis made seven saves, six after halftime, to help the Astros hold off the RedHawks' surge and salvage a 0-0 tie in Palos Heights...Marist is a big rival, so it feels great to get a shutout against them. They put a lot of pressure on in the second
May 4, 2014 4:42PM Jamie Baltazar said she isn't the most experienced runner. But that hardly mattered Sunday at the First Midwest Bank Half Marathon in Palos Heights. Baltazar and a group of friends and family ran in the event to raise money and
Allison Gunnink, pictured with her father, Glen Marcum, is running in the First Midwest Bank Half Marathon on Sunday in Palos Heights for charity. Her family was impacted by cancer and she wants to do something to help.