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If Walker reverses his decision on the Kenosha Casino the Tribes involved will give $200 million for the Milwaukee Arena. This needs to happen. I disliked his decision to begin with but now we would be idiots for not going for this.
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The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (6/26/16)

·1. Teen shot in the chest near intersection of Lyons Street, Ashland Avenue in Evanston (Chicago Tribune)
·2. While on domestic-battery call, Waukegan police sworn, shot at; three men in custody (CBS 2)
·3. Waukegan Yacht Club celebrates 50th anniversary of Junior Sail Program (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·4. Woodland Elementary School District 50 foundation to put on golf outing July 22 at Lake Geneva, Wis., to raise funds for schools (Daily Herald)
·5. Diamond Lake Elementary School District 76 providing breakfast for students Monday through Thursday throughout the summer at West Oak Middle School, Gurnee (Daily Herald)
·6. Father, owner of Bartlett-based Sebert Landscaping, and son, field supervisor for Marengo-based Bluestem Ecological Services, team up to bring more native plants to landscaping (ABC 7)
·7. Statue of Donald E. Stephens unveiled in Rosemont (ABC 7)
·8. Online survey drums up 'The Bradley,' ROSY, The Black Pearl, Runaway as possible names for new hotel in Rosemont (Daily Herald)
·9. Mount Prospect promotes senior village planner to assistant to village manager (Daily Herald)
·10. Couples celebrating 60th wedding anniversaries serve as grand marshals in Elk Grove Village's annual Hometown Parade on June 18 (Daily Herald)
·11. West Chicago Elementary School District 33 program encourages fathers to read with their children every day (Daily Herald)
·12. Geneva's Swedish Day celebrates Midsummer, Swedish heritage (Daily Herald)
·13. Republican U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, of Channahon, says he wouldn't vote for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, were the election held today (Chicago Sun-Times)
·14. Former Cubs great Andre Dawson gives advice to Joliet Slammers players, signs autographs for fans (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
·15. Calumet City bank robbed (Chicago Sun-Times)
·16. Family of man living in Hobart group home sues over alleged assault by employee from Chesterton (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·17. Chicago woman killed in car crash near Horseshoe Casino in Hammond (Chicago Sun-Times)
·18. Judge dismisses manslaughter charge again LaPorte County man, saying police, prosecutors bungled case of wife's shooting death (Chicago Sun-Times)
·19. Cook County Jail locked down after hundreds of workers call in sick on Father's Day (NBC 5)
·20. McHenry County woman, Mount Prospect truck driver taken to hospital after car-vs-tractor-trailer crash on Route 173 in Newport Township, Lake County (Chicago Sun-Times)
·21. 85-year-old Deerfield woman killed, man and infant injured when woman tried to make a left-hand turn onto 137 from U.S. 45 off ramp into oncoming traffic (Chicago Sun-Times)
·22. Construction begins on 18-store Kildeer Village Square mall on Rand Road; opening expected in 2017 (Daily Herald)
·23. Two armed robberies in Waukegan happen four hours apart on Sunday; police uncertain whether they were related (Chicago Sun-Times)
·24. Chicago restaurateur, partners plan Mediterranean-style restaurant for downtown Libertyville (Daily Herald)
·25. Evanston police probe shooting that wounded three teens (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
·26. Arlington Heights Memorial Library ties together summer reading program, Fan Con comic convention (Daily Herald)
·27. Chicago man wounded in shootout with Palatine police on June 16 charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, unlawful delivery of cannibis (CBS 2)
·28. SUV driven by minor crashes into front entrance of IHOP at Norridge Commons, sending one person to the hospital, injuring six others (Chicago Tribune/Norridge-Harwood Heights News)
·29. Chicago Aviation Department submits 9-month 'Fly Quiet' plan to FAA; proposal would to rotate takeoffs and landings at O'Hare International Airport, designed to reduce noise issues (WGN TV)
·30. Wheeling Township Elementary School District 25 board member among 1,000 school officials that lobbied Congress on equity in education (Daily Herald)
·31. Streamwood-based Elgin Toyota pitches plan for repaidetail shop along Lake Street in Bartlett (Daily Herald)
·32. 4-year-old girl drowns at Downers Grove Swim and Racquet Club; facility closed during investigation (ABC 7)
·33. 48-year-old man dies after car he was riding in during driving lesson flips over into Aurora retention pond; driver still hospitalized (FOX 32)
·34. nursing homes from Naperville, Westmont sue rival company over plans for facilities in Aurora and Lisle (Chicago Tribune)
·35. Oak Park police look into drive-by shooting between vehicles on Sunday night on Austin Boulevard at Interstate 290; driver of a vehicle not targeted suffered minor injuries (Chicago Tribune/Oak Leaves)
·36. 78-year-old man struck, killed in Elmhurst by Metra train on Union Pacific-West line (Chicago Sun-Times)
·37. Lombard fire chief to retire on 30th anniversary of his full-time employment with department (Daily Herald)
·38. Morton Arboretum launches $63 million conservation program to preserve and improve 1,700-acre property (Crain's Chicago Business)
·39. Pew Research: High school and college students finding less summertime work available (Chicago Tribune/Buffalo Grove Countryside)
·40. Gas station, car wash pulled from proposed development at Route 22 and Quentin Road in Hawthorn Woods (Daily Herald)
·41. Lake County Sheriff's Gangs Task Force arrest two men after stop in Waukegan; one was wanted on a warrant for a long list of felonies (Chicago Sun-Times)
·42. Woodstock woman who helped fight legal battle with Rohm and Haas chemical company over cancer clusters in McHenry County succumbs to brain cancer (Chicago Tribune)
·43. Metra Union Pacific Northwest Line train strikes pedestrian near Woodstock (Chicago Sun-Times)
·44. Hoffman Estate board hires consultant to look into TIF refund for 185-acre development, provided the developer reimburses the village for the $28,500 cost (Daily Herald)
·45. Superintendent of Schaumburg Township Elementary School District 54 to get 10 percent pay raise, two years after DUI incident (Daily Herald)
·46. Arlington Heights Village Board approves 15-house development on former Robert J. and Lorraine Henry family estate near downtown (Daily Herald)
·47. Elgin Water Department combats musty, moldy smell in water following algae bloom in Fox River (WBBM AM 780)
·48. Officials at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights warn parents about companies offering fee-based financial aid and college scholarships (Chicago Tribune/Arlington Heights Post)
·49. Palatine woman sentenced for five years in prison for DUI-related crash that killed one person and seriously injured another; her BAC level was 0.24 (Chicago Tribune)
·50. 25-year-old Pingree Grove man charged with sexual abuse of a teen (Chicago Sun-Times)
·51. Des Plaines Elementary School District 62 appoints new board member (Daily Herald)
·52. Sleepy Hollow Village Board creates trust fund to address lack of affordable housing stock (Daily Herald)
·53. TFC Bank branch in River Forest robbed at gunpoint by three people (Chicago Sun-Times)
·54. St. Charles changes massage-business ordinance to reduce likelihood of more problems with illegal activities in massage parlors, following a number of busts for prostitution (Daily Herald)
·55. Engineers: Expect a lot of noise during construction of pedestrian tunnel along Glen Ellyn's Taylor Avenue (Daily Herald)
·56. Berwyn uses billboard campaign to try to draw young adults to the suburb; target is Chicago's River North population (CBS 2)
·57. Downers Grove village officials concerned about pension obligation and its effects on property taxes (Chicago Tribune)
·58. Bolingbrook restaurant owner urges wider celebration of Juneteenth (Daily Herald)
·59. Illinois Toll Highway Authority approves Lee Street exit off I-90 in Rosemont (Daily Herald)
·60. Naperville man who taught at Wilmington High School pleads guilty to sexual abuse of student, child pornography charge (Daily Herald)
·61. 17-month-old boy found unresponsive in Homer Glen pool (Chicago Tribune)
·62. Lincoln-Way High School District 210 removes plaques dedicated to embattled ex-superintendent Lawrence Wyllie (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
·63. Judge gives Calumet City man to two consecutive life sentences for 2009 double murder during confrontation at bar (Chicago Sun-Times)
·64. Diocese of Gary to shut down St. Mark's Catholic Church rather than spend money to renovate 95-year-old building (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·65. Cook County Health and Hospitals executive director: Gun violence 'a public health crisis' (WBBM AM 780)
·66. Waukegan School District 60 to provide breakfast, lunch to children ages 2 to 18 at five locations (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·67. North Shore School District 112 delays planned school closures, giving citizens committee time to work out solution to prevent closures (Chicago Tribune/Highland Park News)
·68. Glenview Park District investigating 65-year-old woman's claim that she got hit by a golf ball that sailed through open car window from nearby golf course (Chicago Tribune/Glenview Announcements)
·69. Man tried to lure 12-year-old girl into car near Oakton Street and Western Avenue in Park Ridge (Chicago Sun-Times)
·70. Barrington Area Unit School District 220 plan would shift middle-school boundaries, probably move 160 students from one building to the other; plan is part of potential change in start times (Daily Herald)
·71. Wauconda officials consider reinstalling red-light camera at intersection of Bonner Road, U.S. 12, citing safety concerns (Daily Herald)
·72. Bartlett resident starts group pushing to allow chickens in residential areas of the village (Daily Herald)
·73. Elk Grove Village to spend $1 million over next five years replacing trees felled by emerald ash borer (Daily Herald)
·74. Wheaton resident creates online petition to lower Wheaton's citywide speed limit on residential streets to 20 mph in wake of 6-year-old's death after being hit by a van (Daily Herald)
·75. Naperville City Council approves placing two non-binding referendum questions on November ballot which would ask about futures of Naperville Township, road district (Daily Herald)
·76. Proposed Longview Parkway tolls in Kane County expected to be between 50 and 75 cents (Daily Herald)
·77. Two boys report being robbed of iPhone by two teenagers in LaGrange (ABC 7)
·78. Schiller Park woman pleads guilty to aggravated battery to a child for 2015 incident in which she forced her two children to drink apple juice mixed with an antianxolytic medication to try to kill them, then tried to commit suicide (Chicago Tribune)
·79. Oak Brook couple that owned First Mutual Bancorp of Illinois in Harvey indicted on charges of concealing millions of dollars in cash, assets after defaulting on $40 million personal loan (Chicago Tribune/The Doings (Oak Brook))
·80. Aurora man charged in Tuesday-afternoon shooting of two people following argument on city's southeast side (Chicago Sun-Times)
·81. Northlake woman charged with reckless homicide, DUI, driving without insurance in death of 46-year-old man in Melrose Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
·82. Donkey gets party for 50th birthday at Field of Dreams in Maple Park (Daily Herald)
·83. 23-year-old Yorkville man charged with sexual assault of juvenile at Newark motel (Chicago Sun-Times)
·84. Clerk at Park Forest gas station shot, wounded during robbery (Chicago Sun-Times)
·85. Lake, Porter sheriffs displeased with U.S. Congress's failure to pass any gun-control legislation (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·86. Police arrest 20-year-old in connection with drug ring operating at Crown Point High School (Northwest Indiana Times)
·87. Truck with trailing carrying cars overturns on I-80/94 at Indianapolis Boulevard in Hammond (Northwest Indiana Times)
·88. Chicago man found guilty of reckless homicide in crash of Gary church bus in Indianapolis while he was high on cocaine (Northwest Indiana Times)
·89. Lack of regulations means individual towns can charge whatever they want for liquor licenses and that cost is passed on to the customers (Daily Herald)
·90. Illinois signals intent to move ahead with Chicago-to-Quad-Cities high-speed rail line as deadline for federal funds draws to close (Crain's Chicago Business)
·90. Deerfield teen sings duet with her Broadway idol at Chicago Symphony Orchestra performance (Chicago Tribune/Deerfield Review)
·91. Doctors from Highland Park (with office in Buffalo Grove) and Skokie among 301 people caught in federal Medicare-fraud sweep (Chicago Sun-Times)
·92. Ela Township buys 10-acre property for $490,000 with plans for athletic fields just outside Lake Zurich village limits (Daily Herald)
·93. Camp I Am Me lets burn survivors enjoy summer camp, therapy at Camp Duncan near Fox Lake (WGN TV)
·94. Lake County Sheriff's police catch Kenosha man who carjacked a vehicle with a child inside it, after stopping the vehicle on I-294 near Des Plaines (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·95. Federal Securities and Exchange Commission accuses Lake Forest-based The Ticket Reserve Inc. of Ponzi scheme that defrauded professional athletes out of $30 million (Daily Herald)
·96. Village of Lincolnshire sues Skokie-based North Capital, saying the owner of the former Purple Hotel property hasn't cleaned up the site following demolition a month ago (Crain's Chicago Business)
·97. Woman accused of drug-fueled crash that killed Woodstock nurse is arrested in Las Vegas, Nev. (Chicago Tribune)
·98. Flash floods inundate Arlington Heights businesses, streets during Wednesday night storms (Chicago Tribune/Arlington Heights Post)
·99. Palatine Township Elementary School District 15, park district considering Osage Park property as location for new school, abandon plans for Falcon Park (Daily Herald)
·100. Harper College officials sign off on agreement to build health-and-wellness center with Palatine Park District that would mean indoor pool for residents, students (Daily Herald)
·101. Alan Bombeck, architect and member of Arlington Heights Design Commission since its formation in 1995, dies from cancer (Daily Herald)
·102. Guitar virtuoso Fareed Haque to headline Jazz It Up Glen Ellyn festival on July 16 (Daily Herald)
·103. Elk Grove Village mayor 'offended' by 'inappropriate' comments by residents opposed to proposed Islamic prayemeeting center (Daily Herald)
·104. Neighbors of new Naperville Mariano's complain about all the noise caused by refrigerated trucks brought in to store excess commidities (Daily Herald)
·105. Aurora officials: Water safe to drink despite strange taste, odor linked to Fox River (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
·106. Two teen boys charged with burglarizing vehicles on South 19th Street in St. Charles (Chicago Sun-Times)
·107. Enthusiasts of antique bicycles to have event on July 8 on Prairie Path and in downtown Wheaton (Daily Herald)
·108. Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigating death of man pulled through machinery at Coilplus Inc. in Plainfield (CBS 2)
·109. Ohio man killed after falling from under-construction asphalt tank at International Tank Services in Willow Springs (Chicago Sun-Times)
·110. Sunnybrook Elementary School District 171 raises lunch, activity and technology fees (Northwest Indiana Times)
·111. 14-year-old boy shot in back while in a car stopped at Rose Plaza in Matteson; alleged shooter had followed their vehicle on Lincoln Highway (NBC 5)
·112. Gary unveils new handicapped-accessible boat/kayak launch at Marquette Park (Northwest Indiana Times)
·113. 'Visions of Sand and Steel: Visions of Our Indiana Shore' show runs through Aug. 28 at Southshore Arts Centre in Munster (Northwest Indiana Times)
·114. Chicago Cubs extend contract with Class-A affiliate South Bend Cubs through 2020 (CBS 2)
·115. 76-year-old Porter woman dies after being struck by train in Chesterton (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·116. Dallas, Texas-based Which Wich to open first store in northwest Indiana with sandwich shop in Schererville (Northwest Indiana Times)
·117. Atlanta, Ga.-based Turnstone Group puts 3,000 residential lots, 581 acres undeveloped land in the suburbs on the market (Crain's Chicago Business)
·118. Author of 'New Suburbanism: Sustainable Tall Building Development': Arlington Heights, Evanston provide models for what Chicago's suburbs should look like (Crain's Chicago Business)
·119. Storms touch off fire in Evanston, topple gas-station canopy in Mount Prospect, flood Taco Bell in Palatine (WGN TV)
·120. Island Lake trustee creates 'Irises of Island Lake' project to decorate, add color to village (Daily Herald)
·121. Pharmaceutical company Abbvie, volunteers fix up North Chicago buildings to make homes for veterans (WGN TV)
·122. 9-year-old Norridge boy left at Hanover Park water park while on field trip from Norridge camp; parents learned about situation when he called from a lifeguard's cell phone (CBS 2)
·123. Chicago to renovate O'Hare Hilton, add two new hotels, including one along Mannheim Road (ABC 7)
·124. Harvard man charged with sexual abuse of a minor in Antioch (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
·125. Palatine Village Hall to reopen Monday, June 27, following renovations (Daily Herald)
·126. British press blaming meeting at O'Hare pizzeria for BRexit referendum (Chicago Tribune)
·127. One man dead following five-vehicle crash at Dempster Street and Harlem Avenue on Morton Grove/Niles border; victim likely suffered medical issue that led to crash (FOX 32)
·128. Des Plaines Park District works on acquiring vacant lots at Center Street and Oakwood Avenue for new park (Daily Herald)
·129. 17-year-old Kianna Gavin of South Elgin still missing; police still investigating disappearance (Daily Herald)
·130. Teenage Rolling Meadows girl charged with molesting female friend who slept over at her house (Daily Herald)
·131. Bartlett High School to get new stadium scoreboard after receiving grant from Bartlett Rotary Club (Daily Herald)
·132. College of DuPage board votes for budget that keeps tuition and property taxes at same level as previous year (Daily Herald)
·133. Elderly Bellwood woman dies from carbon monoxide poisoning, smoke inhalation in house fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
·134. St. Charles Community School District 303 board decides against middle-school referendum this fall, after $12,000 poll shows only 40 percent support (Daily Herald)
·135. Bolingbrook police end probe into murder-suicide of sometime-business partners from Aurora, Naperville, with no motive behind the crime (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
·136. Matteson man with the surname Gambles wins lottery second time with same numbers (WGN TV)
·137. Park Forest nail technician/caterer finds getting bumped from 'MasterChef' leads to many new opportunities in culinary world (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
·138. Crete man sentenced to four months in jail, 30 months intensive probation for 'revenge porn' incident involving his ex-girlfriend (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
·139. Schererville buys former Illiana Speedway; town president says its racing days are over (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·140. Chesterton, Portage, Valparaiso fire departments combine to hire, test firefighter applicants (Northwest Indiana Times)
·141. Munster residents object to Town Council's adoption of wheel tax, but president says state law won't allow the town to make exceptions for anyone (Northwest Indiana Times)
·142. 36-year-old Lake Station grandmother, 17-year-old East Chicago father charged in armed kidnapping of 15-month-old boy from foster home (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
·143. South Dakota woman with outstanding warrant arrested after being found asleep in the back seat of a stolen car parked behind an abandoned gas station near I-65 and State Route 2 in Hebron (Chicago Sun-Times)
·144. One East Chicago Public Works employee fired in April, another resigned in May as city undertook investigation into alleged thefts of oil, tires (Northwest Indiana Times)
·145. Illinois Secretary of State's Office rakes in $5 million in late fees for license-plate renewals after it stopped sending out reminders to motorists (Chicago Sun-Times)
·146. Divers find body of teenage boy who swam into harbor channel next to Waukegan Municipal Beach and disappeared under water (CBS 2)
·147. Leaders of Long Grove, Hawthorn Woods ask governor, Illinois State Toll Highway Authority to abandon proposed Route 53 environmental-impact study (Daily Herald)
·148. Island Lake officials have eye on 2-acre site inside Converse Park for village's first dog park (Daily Herald)
·149. Lake Zurich issues proclamation joining National Wildlife Federation's efforts to save the monarch butterfly (Daily Herald)
·150. 10 Round Lake Beach police officers sue village over body cameras that continued to record after they were turned off, including while officers were using the bathroom (WGN TV)
·151. Illinois Attorney General's Office settles ethics-violation/workplace-retaliation lawsuit stemming from incident while U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth led the Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs (NBC 5)
·152. Shakou Asian restaurant to open new location on Prospect Avenue in Park Ridge on Monday, June 27 (ABC 7)
·153. Shots reported fired on Route 53 near Jane Addams Tollway (I-90); Illinois State police investigating incident (WGN TV)
·154. Elgin police officers to get 2.5 percent pay increase following relatively short negotiations with the city (Daily Herald)
·155. Woodstock police searching for three men accused of armed robbery of Shell gas station (Daily Herald)
·156. Des Plaines aldermanic committee favors adopting 'City of Destiny' slogan, interlocking 'dP' logo (Daily Herald)
·157. McHenry County Sheriff's Office charge Kane County Sheriff's deputy with possession of controlled substances after finding Modafinil, Zolpidem, Tapentadol during search of her Woodstock home (NBC 5)
·158. Downers Grove man accused of raping two Indiana University students gets plea deal, one year of probation (Chicago Tribune)
·159. South suburbs see large increase in subsidized housing in wake of Chicago Housing Authority's move to demolish high-rise housing projects (Chicago Sun-Times)
·160. Munster police seek information on man believed to have stolen cartons of cigarettes from a Speedway gas station at knifepoint twice (Northwest Indiana Times)
·161. Hobart residents concerned about flooding related to proposed development at 83rd Avenue and Grand Boulevard (Northwest Indiana Times)
·162. Marketing company SERA Solutions Inc.'s move to Michigan City a boon for staff, from LaPorte County, helps poise organization for growth (Northwest Indiana Times)
·163. South Haven woman's push for safe passage along McCool Road north of U.S. 6 leads Porter County to install new path along roadway (Northwest Indiana Times)
·164. Hobart firefighters called twice to Southlake Mall for fire in Wet Seal store, Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant (Northwest Indiana Times)
·165. Owner of Hill's Haunted Hospital, City of Portage reach agreement allowing him to move haunted house to former U.S. Steel Training Center near Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk (Northwest Indiana Times)
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Walker is bungling the Kenosha Casino project. His leadership skills are in question and he's pissing off his base.

He is coming off as a weak and ineffective leader. Say what you will of ACT 10, but at least he was bold, confident, and stuck to his guns.
Instead of making a damn decision on this casino, he decided to come up with some (ridiculous) "criteria,"... ok. We'll, drag it out a few weeks while tribes negotiate and both sides jockey for public opinion. Wull, turns out they can't meet the criteria so, no casino, right?
Welll... no, actually, maybe he'll still go for it because jobs and public popularity. Okay, well then say that you've re-evaluated (thrown out) the criteria and have come up with a solution that is best for Wisconsin.. But no, instead we get these bizarre daily update letters, describing what a complicated, difficult decision it is... But at least we'll get an answer "soon," like this week, so we can all move on.
But no, now we learn we're going to stretch this bitch out "for up to several months." wtf, make a decision.
Personally, I think the potawatomi are crooks/thugs and WI would benefit from the development/competition. But beyond that, I'm pissed that this has played out like it has. Why was it such a difficult decision for the governor in the first place? He supposedly has a jobs jobs jobs agenda - okay, then build the casino. Ever since ACT 10 he and WI legislature have been on this cumbaya, don't rock the boat bullshit.
Yes. I am aware that potawatomi donates to his campaign, as they do to every candidate/governor.
edit: letters
I just spoke with a coworker who brought up an interesting point. He said that he believes, if it were up to walker, there wouldn't be any legal gambling in WI - he just opposes it because gambling. He thinks it will mean more poor old ladies will loose their medication money at the dirty rotten casino. So, looking through that lens, I suppose I can see why he set unrealistic criteria and is dragging this along and really doesn't want to see it happen. the reality is, no matter how much he doesn't like it, the gambling bell can't be un-rung. Casinos will always be allowed in WI - feds have determined that with the whole sovereign land deal.
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The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (12/18/16)

∙ 1. Complaint prompts removal of apparent racist, pro-Trump banner in Libertyville (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 2. Warren Township High School's O'Plaine campus to host 'hackathon' in January (Daily Herald)
∙ 3. Lake Zurich drama club's production 'Love/Sick' chosen for Illinois High School Theater Festival, running Jan. 5-7 at UIUC (Daily Herald)
∙ 4. Lake Zurich reports sales-tax receipts running ahead of projections (Daily Herald)
∙ 5. Elgin man identified as third suspect in shooting outside Hoffman Estates sport bar (Daily Herald)
∙ 6. Paragon Theaters to get new vertical sign along Arlington Heights Road to increase its visibility (Daily Herald)
∙ 7. Mount Prospect to hike water rates by 4 percent (Daily Herald)
∙ 8. Calumet City alderman sues mayor, five other aldermen, alleging his civil rights were violated because he can't run for mayor in face of voter-approved term-limits referendum (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 9. One Center Township teen killed, another injured in single-vehicle crash along CR 600 West (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 10. Chairman of LaPorte County Republican Party chosen to fill LaPorte County Board vacancy (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 11. Lake Station Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 153 takes 40 needy kids shopping for Christmas (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 12. Lake Station seeks $2.5 million in tax-anticipation warrants to meet operating expenses (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 13. Analysis of Illinois Lottery shows grand prizes for 23 scratch-off games weren't awarded since 2011 (FOX 32)
∙ 14. Family drops lawsuit against Mundelein High School after officials acknowledge failing to comply with state law requiring schools to have suicide-awareness/prevention plan (ABC 7)
∙ 15. Waukegan middle school put on lockdown after false report of person with a gun (FOX 32)
∙ 16. Altered Snapchat photo prompts investigation into apparently false threat at Skokie Elementary School District 73½ building (WBBM AM 780)
∙ 17. Chicago Department of Aviation grants Lincolnwood a noise monitor to determine if air-traffic sounds are loud enough to qualify the village for noise-mitigation programs (Chicago Tribune/Lincolnwood Review)
∙ 18. Cary-Grove High School junior scores perfect score on ACT (ABC 7)
∙ 19. Cardinal Blase Cupich delivers Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines (NBC 5)
∙ 20. Off-duty Hoffman Estates firefighter spots house fire in Elgin, rescues occupant (FOX 32)
∙ 21. Lake in the Hills woman indicted on charges of stealing at least $20,000 from Huntley senior-living community where she used to work (FOX 32)
∙ 22. Prospect High School football team donates $15,000 to Shriners Hospital in memory of teammate's twin who died in 2008 (ABC 7)
∙ 23. Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle to be keynote speaker at Martin Luther King Jr. Remembrance and Celebration Dinner on Jan. 12 in Hoffman Estates (Daily Herald)
∙ 24. Buffalo Grove Public Works Department re-accredited by American Public Works Association (Daily Herald)
∙ 25. Woman, dog rescued after falling through ice into pond on Aurora's west side (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
∙ 26. Batavia's mayor to run for 10th term in office (Daily Herald)
∙ 27. Tinley Park doctor convicted of Medicare fraud, sentenced to 40 months in prison, must pay $1.5 million in restitution (CBS 2)
∙ 28. Spring Grove man killed at Chicago Deep Tunnel project in Summit (ABC 7)
∙ 29. Judge puts stop to Harvey mayor's attempt to kick four alderman off the city council, saying the move violates state's Open Meetings Act (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 30. Indiana State Trooper uses CPR, Nalaxone to save Crown Point man injured in single-vehicle crash along I-80 (CBS 2)
∙ 31. State Representative's car reported stolen from the Glen theater in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 32. Chicago woman arrested in Alaska for allegedly stealing $357,000 from Niles company where she used to work (Chicago Tribune/Niles Herald-Spectator)
∙ 33. Libertyville considers liquor license for jazz/acoustic-music venue in village's downtown (Daily Herald)
∙ 34. Armed robber arrested after heist at First Bank and Trust in Skokie (FOX 32)
∙ 35. Developers eye properties at Route 60/83 and Midlothian Road, Route 60/83 and Route 176 for commercial, mixed-use developments (Daily Herald)
∙ 36. Hoffman Estates Village Board recommends Cook County tax incentive to help Ace Hardware open store at Golf and Higgins roads (Daily Herald)
∙ 37. McGrath Automotive Group buys Barrington Volvo, to rename dealership McGrath Volvo Cars of Barrington (Daily Herald)
∙ 38. Former Arlington Park president Steve Sexton dies in Texas at age 57 after brief illness (Daily Herald)
∙ 39. Killdeer man arrested for burglarizing car in Arlington Heights (CBS 2)
∙ 40. Woman robs Huntley Jimmy John's at gunpoint (CBS 2)
∙ 41. Former rector at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines who was removed for 'inappropriate' relationship with another man moves back to Mexico (NBC 5)
∙ 42. Elgin man sentenced to six years in prison for sexually assaulting girl at Elgin park (FOX 32)
∙ 43. Rejected $130 million referendum likely to be issue in race for Palatine Township Elementary School District 15 school board (Daily Herald)
∙ 44. Naperville man convicted of 1995 arson and murder seeks new trial, claiming that fire-science engineers disproved his claim on how fire started (Daily Herald)
∙ 45. California-based 24 Hour Fitness withdraws proposal for 24-hour gym at former Dominick's site in Carol Stream (Daily Herald)
∙ 46. Mid-America Raceway hopes to revive interest in slot-car racing at Ogden Mall in Naperville (Daily Herald)
∙ 47. Endangered red-flanked duiker born at Brookfield Zoo (ABC 7)
∙ 48. DuPage County Sheriff's Office seeks Addison man for series of burglaries (CBS 2)
∙ 49. Broadview police find man shot after report of shots fired; victim pronounced dead at Maywood hospital (NBC 5)
∙ 50. Cousin pleads guilty to assisting man, girlfriend murder Oak Park woman in Bali (FOX 32)
∙ 51. Hinsdale man arrested for second time in a month after attempt to rob Hinsdale convenience store (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 52. Geneva City Council reverses decision, will allow liquor-license holders to run for office (Daily Herald)
∙ 53. Indiana Prairie Unit School District 204 board agrees to seek bids to sell 25 acres of land previously set aside for new middle school (Daily Herald)
∙ 54. Former Aurora woman sends clay angels to thank Central DuPage Hospital staff for caring for her after losing three fetuses during pregnancy (Daily Herald)
∙ 55. Joliet man dies after being shot Dec. 9 in downtown Joliet (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 56. Worker killed at 'Deep Tunnel' project site in Summit was struck by all-terrain vehicle during snow-plowing operations (CBS 2)
∙ 57. Norovirus suspected in 50 people sickened at Orland Park banquet hall (ABC 7)
∙ 58. Worth man arrested for burglarizing car and stealing credit cards in Oak Lawn (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 59. Greek diner Zorba's Restaurant in Highland closes after nearly 40 years in business (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 60. Munster native starts T-shirt-design company that highlights Northwest Indiana region (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 61. Nonviolent drug offender from Highland granted clemency by President Obama after 18 years in prison (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 62. Judge says Gary man 'tortured' 5-year-old son, sentences father to 40 years in prison for child's death (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
∙ 63. Casino association report claims new Pokegon gaming facility in South Bend will cost Indiana $350 million (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 64. East Chicago police seek leads in theft of tires, rims from an SUV parked in a South Shore Line parking lot (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 65. Crash on I-80/94 near Burr Street in Gary slows traffic (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 66. Grayslake gives tentative approval to Okabe Co. for office/manufacturing building to lure company away from Vernon Hills (Daily Herald)
∙ 67. Driver safe after pickup crashes into icy Pike River in Kenosha (WGN TV)
∙ 68. Chicago-based Blackstone Group acquiring Plaza del Prado in Glenview as part of $1.8 billion purchase of Swedish pension fund's U.S. real-estate portfolio (Crain's Chicago Business)
∙ 69. Round Lake house destroyed after fire started in garage; firefighters save Christmas presents (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
∙ 70. Fox Lake roommates plead guilty: one to possession of child pornography, the other to possession of controlled substances (Daily Herald)
∙ 71. Eight-screen Cinemark movie theater opens at Spring Hill Mall in West Dundee (Daily Herald)
∙ 72. Man wearing construction vest robs Bank of America in Mount Prospect (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 73. Lake in the Hills man accused of defrauding church friends of money given to him to refinance mortgage (Daily Herald)
∙ 74. Transportation union for Elgin Area Unit School District U-46 asks board not to outsource jobs to private transportation company (Daily Herald)
∙ 75. Inverness woman wins federal court case in Kansas, allowing her to keep bag used to collect lunar samples that she bought at auction for $995 (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 76. Centre of Elgin fitness facility sees nearly 24 percent rise in memberships after renovations; city to raise user fees (Daily Herald)
∙ 77. Prospect Heights approves 24-hour gas station next to Arlington Heights neighborhood concerned about traffic (Daily Herald)
∙ 78. Gino's East opens restaurant in Rosemont Village Hall, after 12-year absence from community (Daily Herald)
∙ 79. Glen Ellyn Park District board approves $250,000 budget for installation of lights at Newton Park, despite neighbors' objections (Daily Herald)
∙ 80. Aurora alderman convicted of shoplifting won't run for second term (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
∙ 81. Aurora man caught stealing packages from porches near his home (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 82. Aurora, state officials say new U.S. 34 bridge over Canadian National railroad improves safety at long-deadly crossing (Daily Herald)
∙ 83. Kane County Board approves settlement for former Kane County sheriff's deputy who claimed he was fired to prevent him from challenging former sheriff in 2012 election (Daily Herald)
∙ 84. Suspect in fatal January 2016 shooting in Lockport captured in Georgia (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 85. Amerilodge Group LLC seeks to have residential lot on U.S. 20 in Portage rezoned to allow for new hotel next to Holiday Express Inn currently under construction (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 86. Three people found shot in front yard of home in 3600 block of Van Buren Street in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 87. Portage delays Airport Road stormwater-ditch enclosure project until U.S. Army Corps of Engineers issues permits (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 88. Police seek East Chicago man for Dec. 7 robbery of gas station (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 89. Man shot in leg after confronting another driver who'd been tailgating him in East Chicago (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 90. Highland employee charged with driving snow plow while drunk, resulting in crash with utility pole (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 91. Lake Zurich Middle School woodworking club creates 100 toy cars for less-fortunate kids (Daily Herald)
∙ 92. Driver of stolen car dies after car crashes into Round Lake Beach retention pond; two passengers taken to hospital (Daily Herald)
∙ 93. Deerfield-based Baxter to acquire India-based Claris Injectibles (Crain's Chicago Business)
∙ 94. Illinois Tollway budgets $10 million for study of Route 53 extension; former director calls for end to environmental study (Daily Herald)
∙ 95. Premature baby that weighted 14 ounces at birth is released after seven months at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights (ABC 7)
∙ 96. Person dies three weeks after Des Plaines house fire (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 97. Carpentersville to spend $70,000 on entrance to Andres Bike Park (Daily Herald)
∙ 98. Former Lake in the Hills deputy police chief charged with sexual abuse of Crystal Lake girl (Daily Herald)
∙ 99. Man robs TCF Bank in Stickney (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 100. Rosemont opts out of Cook County's mandatory higher minimum wages, sick days (Daily Herald)
∙ 101. Elk Grove Village Board to rescind resolution supporting Gov. Rauner's 'Turnaround Agenda' as threat of lawsuit hangs over it (Daily Herald)
∙ 102. Westmont police: Man tried to lure 13-year-old girl into car near 55th Street and Wilmette Avenue (ABC 7)
∙ 103. Intersection of Madison Street, Route 53 and Hill Avenue bridge reopen in Lombard (Daily Herald)
∙ 104. Elk Grove Village promotes deputy fire chief to replace recently retired predecessor (Daily Herald)
∙ 105. Naperville officials may place referendum to combine Lisle Township, Naperville Township road districts (Daily Herald)
∙ 106. Lombard TGI Fridays to be demolished to make way for Sam's Club; Egg Harbor Café closes Yorktown Center location, open new restaurant in Oak Brook (Daily Herald)
∙ 107. Candidate for Naperville Township road commissioner withdraws from race as Naperville pushes plan to consolidate road commission with Lisle Township (Daily Herald)
∙ 108. Batavia native and NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager loses battle with leukemia (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 109. Joliet man arrested after leaving messages threatening to kill DuPage County judge, blow up Westmont police station and kill its chief (FOX 32)
∙ 110. Three people killed, two others injured after car crashes into parked vehicles in Posen (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 111. Zuni's House of Pizza in Highland, Rusted Oak Gentlemen's Boutique in Valparaiso to close (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 112. Lake County sheriff's sergeant put on desk duty after being found drunk at Crown Point restaurant (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 113. BP Whiting refinery completes one of largest maintenance projects in facility's 127-year history (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 114. Crown Point residents facing 19 to 25 percent increase in utility rates as city works toward wastewater-infrastructure plan (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 115. State extends rebate on Indiana State Toll Highway rates through Feb. 28; company that runs toll road hasn't decided what to do after that (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 116. Three gang members charged with murder of state witness at Gary restaurant in 2010 (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 117. Two suspects sought in armed robbery of a Walgreens in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 118. Prospective robbers flee LaPorte gas station after clerk activates alarm (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 119. Parents demand answers after racist graffiti found in boys' bathroom at Andrean High School in Merrillville (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
∙ 120. New Cook County state's attorney raises minimum limit for charging people with felonies in shoplifting cases to $1,000 or if offender has 10 previous individual felony convictions (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 121. Libertyville-Vernon Hills High School District 128 spending $201,000 on replacement of fire sprinklers that could have been replaced for free because of recall that expired years ago (Daily Herald)
∙ 122. Park Ridge pharmacy robbed of narcotics at gunpoint (FOX 32)
∙ 123. Waukegan man sentenced to 10 years in prison for beating and threatening relative, killing three dogs (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
∙ 124. Gurnee police seek information on vehicle possibly connected to home burglary on Dec. 10 (FOX 32)
∙ 125. Lake Zurich High School principal announces plan to retire at end of 2016-17 school year (Daily Herald)
∙ 126. Libertyville Elementary School District 70 working on project to add gym, classrooms and parking at Rockland Elementary School (Daily Herald)
∙ 127. Elgin pastor, wife, United Pentecostal Church International sued over sexual harassment by parishioner he excommunicated (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 128. Aurora mother donates to Elgin shelter in son's memory as she awaits trial of man accused of his murder in Elgin (Daily Herald)
∙ 129. NTSB: Rob Sherman may have been flying his experimental plane at night, against FAA regulations (Daily Herald)
∙ 130. Arlington Heights Elementary School District 25 to borrow $31.9 million to help pay for building projects, including work already under way (Daily Herald)
∙ 131. Algonquin approves $5.6 million property-tax levy for 2017, 2.3 percent lower than fiscal year 2016 (Daily Herald)
∙ 132. Documents added to case file show man who set activist's tent on fire in Naperville was formerly a Chicago police officer (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
∙ 133. Class at West Chicago elementary school uses technology to read books with students from Thai school (Daily Herald)
∙ 134. Man convicted of bludgeoning deaths of five Riverside housewives in 1960 at Starved Rock State Park to remain behind bars after request for parole denied (Chicago Tribune)
∙ 135. Winfield Elementary School District 34 hires Downers Grove Elementary School District 58 curriculum director as new superintendent (Daily Herald)
∙ 136. Student at Naperville middle school disciplined after bringing pocketknife onto bus (Daily Herald)
∙ 137. President of Lisle investment firm (a Warrenville resident) indicted on nine counts of securities fraud and one count of defrauding a client (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 138. River Forest branch of MB Financial robbed (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 139. Oak Brook mansion once owned by Chicago White Sox star Frank Thomas sells for $2.3 million (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 140. Gas line in Homer Glen repaired after house explosion, evacuation (ABC 7)
∙ 141. Three-vehicle crash at CR 400 South and U.S. 35 in LaPorte sends eight people to hospital (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 142. Winfield town marshal suspects reckless hunters in shotgun damage to vinyl fence, garage in Winfield (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 143. East Chicago police officer faces repercussions after allegedly Snapchatting about federal raid (NBC 5)
∙ 144. Gary man sentenced to 85 years in prison for murdering friend in 2014 (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 145. Portage initiates eminent-domain procedure to take ownership of Dombey Lake property for new park (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 146. Cook County clerk: Donald Trump received the fewest votes for any presidential candidate in county's history (Chicago Sun-Times)
∙ 147. Village of Antioch, St. Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church go to court over requirement for handicapped accessibility, drinking fountain at resale shop (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
∙ 148. Evanston election board meeting postponed after city clerk becomes ill (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
∙ 149. Elgin VFW Post 1307 considers selling building as attendance declines (Daily Herald)
∙ 150. 315 high-end apartments that features dog park to be built along Royce Boulevard near Oakbrook Terrace (Daily Herald)
∙ 151. Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory co-founder Dr. Edwin Goldwasser passes away at age 97 (CBS 2)
∙ 152. Markham residents facing loss of homes as city targets 35 properties for redevelopment (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
∙ 153. Munster Police Department launches senior-welfare-check program (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 154. Man, woman charged in armed robbery and criminal confinement of State Representative from Gary, vehicle theft and fraud for using official's debit card (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
∙ 155. Merrillville-based Lakeshore Public Media ends run of Lakeshore Kids Channel as PBS prepares to roll out PBS Kids next month (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 156. Woman fatally shot on Saturday afternoon along 3600 block of Van Buren Street in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 157. Chicago man sentenced to 83 years in prison for killing pregnant girlfriend in Highland in 2011 (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 158. Man charged with shooting three people, one of whom died, on Dec. 2 in Gary (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 159. Winding Creek Cove Park in Michigan City to be converted into learning center for students with an eye on science careers (Northwest Indiana Times)
∙ 160. State Representative from Skokie calls for seat belts on school buses in wake of Chattanooga bus crash (Daily Herald)
∙ 161. Cook County Jail officials try to figure out how inmate was able to keep laptop in cell long enough to record homemade talk shows on it (CBS 2)
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The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (9/11/16)

· 1. Two marine unit deputies injured on Petite Lake when their boat was struck by another driven by a Lindenhurst woman near Fox Lake (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
· 2. Two Buffalo Grove teens born in Israel return to serve in Israeli armed forces (Daily Herald)
· 3. Spring Grove couple killed in car crash on South Solon Road near Spring Grove (Chicago Tribune)
· 4. Highland officials await dollar figure on renovation of 70-year-old Town Theatre (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 5. Hebron couple now fighting town over expanded pond; official who gave them permission has been fired (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 6. Walgreens partners with First Ladies Health Initiative to offer health screenings across Chicago area on Sunday, Sept. 11, including 10 churches in the suburbs (ABC 7)
· 7. Round Lake woman arrested for attempting to rob Grayslake credit union (Daily Herald)
· 8. Service dog from Great Lakes Naval Station in North Chicago is finalist in American Hero Dog competition (ABC 7)
· 9. Illinois General Assembly trying to pass bill to deny pension to survivors of anyone convicted of felony related to public service, prompted by Joe Gliniewicz case (Northwest Herald)
· 10. Chicago Police: Lombard woman who died after being pulled out of Chicago River committed suicide (CBS 2)
· 11. Cab driver arrested for DUI caught urinating on his own taxi in Cicero (FOX 32)
· 12. Man shot to death, two others injured in Aurora after leaving a child's birthday party (NBC 5)
· 13. Texas man killed, driver critically injured in single-car crash on I-294 near Hickory Hills (Chicago Tribune)
· 14. Women's soccer star kneels during National Anthem before Chicago Red Stars game at Toyota Park in Bridgeview (WGN TV)
· 15. Bicyclists shot multiple times in Harvey (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 16. Farmers see threat of damage to harvests because of heavy August rains (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 17. Girl dies as result of fire in Lake Station (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 18. Lake County Sheriff's Office's saturation patrols, checkpoint during August net 6 DUIs, 38 drug/warrant arrests, one habitual-traffic violator arrest (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 19. Valparaiso sex offender facing new charge after luring boy to his home, giving the child drugs and alcohol and performing a sex act on him while dressed as a woman (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 20. Proposed Luke Family of Brands headquarters removed from consideration in Hobart; city manager says it's because of a lack of communication (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 21. St. John to apply for matching funds to repave streets; Town Council also agrees to work with Lake County on repaving Calumet Avenue (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 22. Grayslake puts together $350,000 tax incentive to lure Goose Island pub to its downtown (Daily Herald)
· 23. Granddaughter of Long Grove businesswoman opens branch of her own business across the street from grandmother's former shop (Daily Herald)
· 24. Two Waukegan cell-phone stores robbed over Labor Day weekend, like by same man (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 25. U.S. Rep. Bob Dold (R-Illinois), Democrat Brad Schneider to debate at eight candidate forums across 10th Congressional District (Daily Herald)
· 26. Elgin store robbed at gunpoint (CBS 2)
· 27. Elgin Area Unit School District U-46 puts transgender policy into place, allowing middle-schooler access to locker room of student's identifying gender (Daily Herald)
· 28. Man fleeing from multi-vehicle accident struck and killed on Lake Street in Bartlett (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
· 29. Gunfire reported outside restaurant on Mannheim Road in Des Plaines (Daily Herald)
· 30. Elk Grove Village police officer resigns, faced disciplinary action for writing 13 warning tickets between January and April 2016 for stops that never occurred (Daily Herald)
· 31. St. Charles' Arcada Theatre celebrates 90th anniversary (Daily Herald)
· 32. Oak Brook to hire consultant that worked on 2007 Commercial Areas Revitalization Plan to help redevelop McDonald's Corp. headquarters property (Chicago Tribune/The Doings)
· 33. Oak Park middle-school teacher a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year (Chicago Tribune/Oak Leaves)
· 34. Kane County coroner, DuKane A.B.A.T.E. team up to figure out why there have been so many motorcycle-related deaths in 2016, come up with preventive measure (Chicago Tribune)
· 35. Bensenville motorcyclist killed in Chicago crash (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 36. Volkswagen subsidiary buys $256 million stake in Lisle-based Navistar (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 37. Fitch Ratings downgrades DuPage County's debt to AA+, citing 'limited revenue flexibility and slow revenue growth prospects' (Crain's Chicago Business)
· 38. Pitbulls euthanized following two separate attacks in Riverside (WBBM AM 780)
· 39. Millbrook man charged with failure to register his address as a sex offender (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 40. Dallas-based Hillwood real-estate development company starts construction of warehouse in Joliet, even though there no leases have been signed (Crain's Chicago Business)
· 41. Metra Electric and South Shore Line trains delayed after power problems (ABC 7)
· 42. Indiana-based Franciscan Alliance to remove saints from their names; Chicago Heights facility to be named Franciscan Health Chicago Heights (Chicago Tribune)
· 43. Motorcyclist killed after being struck by pickup truck in Harvey (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 44. Valparaiso police investigate armed bank robbery (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 45. Valparaiso-based Bulk Mail Services profiled in book The Disney Way: Harnessing the Management Secrets of Disney in Your Company (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 46. Uncertainty surrounds future of Aéropostale store at Hobart's Southlake Mall (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 47. Munster High graduate Joe Mansueto to step down as CEO of Morningstar investment firm in January (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 48. LaPorte man charged with strangling, beating teen who allegedly provided illegal drugs to his daughter (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 49. Fire at Gary apartment building forces evacuation of 24 units (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 50. Lowell man charged with attempted armed robbery after trying to mug acquaintance (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 51. Lowell woman accused of attempted murder for shooting her husband during domestic spat (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 52. State law bans future county board members statewide from getting public pensions; stemmed from controversy in McHenry County (Chicago Tribune)
· 53. PBS's smash hit 'Nature Cat' the creation of Highland Park brothers (Chicago Tribune)
· 54. Driver critically injured after his SUV crosses center line, crashes into oncoming tow truck on Fairfield Road near Wauconda (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 55. Philly G's restaurant in Vernon Hills closes (Daily Herald)
· 56. Gurnee gas station robbed at gunpoint (CBS 2)
· 57. Live-in caregivers accused of defrauding elderly Highland Park man of more than $184,000 (Chicago Tribune/Highland Park News)
· 58. Bittersweet Golf Course employee hospitalized after high winds cause controlled burn to flare up (Daily Herald)
· 59. Island Lake raises fine on boats without village stickers to $50 (Daily Herald)
· 60. Motorcyclist injured in hit-and-run in Lake in the Hills (Daily Herald)
· 61. Progress on Arlington Downs mixed-use development coming slower than Arlington Heights officials expected (Daily Herald)
· 62. O'Hare workers file 80 complaints alleging wage theft against city of Chicago, state of Illinois, various contractors as unionizing push moves ahead (Chicago Tribune)
· 63. Wheeling teen facing multiple charges after breaking into ex-girlfriend's home in Mount Prospect, choking her, threatening another man with a knife (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 64. South Elgin resident plans to fight $50 ticket for flying drone over public park; village intends to report him to the FAA (Daily Herald)
· 65. Portage resident raises concerns about city's lack of dog-impound facilities (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 66. Villa Park police investigate reported home invasion (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 67. St. Charles City Council agrees to pay $526,500 to the Greater St. Charles Convention & Visitors Bureau to help attract visitors, money (Daily Herald)
· 68. Naperville recognizes gold-medal Olympic swimmer Kevin Cordes (Daily Herald)
· 69. Aurora man sentenced to 28 years in prison for attempted murder of suspected gang member (CBS 2)
· 70. Countryside-based Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant to open near downtown Oak Park (Crain's Chicago Business)
· 71. Joliet man sentenced to 60 years in prison for shooting a man to death at a Joliet diner (CBS 2)
· 72. Man charged with stabbing another man during domestic dispute in Plainfield (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 73. White Dyer man charged with hate crime for allegedly using racial slurs, firing his gun in incident with intoxicated black man in Flossmoor (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 74. Ex-Harvey comptroller found dead in southern Indiana as his connection to shady development deal persists (Chicago Tribune)
· 75. Woman dead, child injured as result of Gary house fire (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 76. Man handcuffed, shot in the leg during home invasion disrupted by the return of his girlfriend, four children near Kouts (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 77. Crown Lake Board of Public Works and Safety approves contracts, agreements for work on 109th Avenue (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 78. East Chicago man charged with burglarizing neighboring ice-cream shop (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 79. Lake County Board rolls back requests for pay, other raises for elected officials, voting instead to increase salaries for E-911 dispatchers, county police and jail officers (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 80. Man, woman arrested after using counterfeit $100 bills in separate incidents in Chesterton, Portage (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 81. Whiting police seek armed men who robbed bar on Aug. 31 (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 82. Elgin, Old Mill Creek, Wauconda residents selected as judges for this year's Westminster Kennel Club show (Daily Herald)
· 83. Law clerk fired for posing as judge at Markham courthouse now has challenger in race to get elected judge (FOX 32)
· 84. Deerfield-based Walgreens Boots Alliance may have to give up more than 500 stores in order to acquire Rite Aid in order to avoid antitrust issues (FOX 32)
· 85. Thunderstorms leave path of destruction, power outages in Fox Lake (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
· 86. Truck carrying scrap steel beams tips over, rattling people and businesses near Waukegan (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
· 87. Palatine man arrested for running meth lab at Grayslake hotel pleads guilty to lesser charge (Daily Herald)
· 88. Pedestrian struck and killed by Metra train in Northbrook (Chicago Tribune/Northbrook Star)
· 89. Beach Park man with outstanding warrant, Kenosha woman with drugs arrested after crashing car into a Waukegan house (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 90. Man shot in Evanston following report of burglary; victim not cooperating with police (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 91. Lake Zurich trustee alleges change to village's development-review process reduces transparency (Daily Herald)
· 92. Real-estate firm places Glencoe as third-most expensive suburb of America's biggest cities (NBC 5)
· 93. Firefighter injured while battling fire in abandoned Elgin warehouse (ABC 7)
· 94. One of the men convicted in Brown's Chicken massacre in Palatine trying to get new trial, claiming one witness implicated him for reward money (WGN TV)
· 95. Dooley's Irish Ale House in West Dundee closes (Daily Herald)
· 96. U.S. Bank forecloses on AT&T's former headquarters campus in Hoffman Estates (Daily Herald)
· 97. Des Plaines has plan to renovate, reopen shuttered Des Plaines Theatre with help from Rivers Casino and concert promoter Ron Onesti (Daily Herald)
· 98. Palatine man acquitted of shooting 15-year-old former friend, ex-friend's father in 2014 (Chicago Tribune)
· 99. Computer-store employee shot, killed would-be robber in Carpentersville (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
· 100. Palatine women who portrayed Wrigley Doublemint Twins in 1980s/1990s commercials to appear on Oprah's 'Where Are They Now?' show (Chicago Tribune)
· 101. Rolling Meadows second-grader left at gas station after she boarded the wrong bus (WGN TV)
· 102. Parents angry that Indian Prairie Unit School District 204 in Naperville doesn't have air-conditioning in most of its elementary schools (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
· 103. Aurora renews liquor license for Latin American Club, where a man was shot to death on Aug. 1 (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
· 104. Sponsor withdraws proposal for Elk Grove Township library district (Daily Herald)
· 105. Fast-casual chicken restaurant PDQ to open first Midwest location in former Wheaton IHOP (Daily Herald)
· 106. Chicago coffee roaster Sparrow Coffee to open café in Naperville (Crain's Chicago Business)
· 107. Chicago man charged with sexually assaulting teenage boy at Cermak Woods pool in Lyons (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 108. Joliet-based tax preparer sentenced to 42 months in prison for defrauding state of Illinois of more than $400,000 (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 109. Teacher at Eisenhower High School in Blue Island disciplined for trying to force student to stand for Pledge of Allegiance (WBBM AM 780)
· 110. Armed gunman robs Frankfort gas station (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 111. Valparaiso High School to use Breathalyzer test on students attending football games to make sure they haven't been drinking (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
· 112. St. John native appears on Logo TV's 'Finding Prince Charming' (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 113. St. John VFW Post 717 to host Sept. 16 fundraiser to help police department raise money for dashboard cameras (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 114. Suspect in Hammond bank robbery at large, listed as armed and dangerous (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 115. Third suspect in kidnapping of University of Rochester students from Aurora and Northbrook pleads guilty for her part in the plot (Chicago Tribune)
· 116. Glenview man charged in Aug. 26 hit-and-run crash in Morton Grove that killed Chicago woman after police were accused of lying about his arrest and he was cleared of marijuana charge (Chicago Tribune)
· 117. Waukegan Park District to acquire Phil's Beach, which appeared in 'The Blue Brothers' and reopen it to the public (Daily Herald)
· 118. 22-year-old Waukegan man jailed after police catch him having sex with 15-year-old girlfriend in back seat of a car (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
· 119. Ingleside man sentenced to 22 years in prison for 2014 vehicular rampage across central Lake County (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
· 120. Skokie police investigate attack on owner, secretary of business by armed intruders; owner's house keys were stolen and home ransacked (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 121. Vacant gas station property turned into newest park in Grayslake after private foundation provides funding (Daily Herald)
· 122. State of Illinois reaches agreement to house state's most-mentally-ill inmates at Elgin Mental Health Center (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 123. Water-main break uproots tree, causing it to fall onto westbound lanes of Biesterfield Road in Elk Grove Village (Daily Herald)
· 124. Work set to begin on bike trail between Winfield Mounds and West DuPage Woods forest preserves (Daily Herald)
· 125. Mondelez International moving Enjoy Life Foods from Schiller Park to southern Indiana (Crain's Chicago Business)
· 126. Oak Lawn veteran using American rose to honor families of fallen soldiers (CBS 2)
· 127. Donors to Markham mayor's campaign give more than $1 million; city has rewarded those donors with city contracts worth $72 million (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 128. Mokena man charged in two hit-and-run accidents, one involving a pedestrian on 193rd Street in Mokena and one with another vehicle on I-80 near Joliet (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 129. Kankakee Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group destroys 812 cannabis plants found in wooded area near Beecher (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 130. Veterans share stories of frustration, heartbreak and financial ruin with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs at Portage forum (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
· 131. Expansion of Neighbors' Educational Opportunities (NEO) will mean more room for adult education (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 132. Hobart gets behind study of 73rd Avenue exit off I-65 in Merrillville (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 133. LaPorte County woman killed after pickup she was driving got stuck on tracks and was struck by a freight train in LaPorte (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 134. Michigan City establishes $150 fee for public to obtain copies of police videos (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 135. Democratic nominee for Cook County State's Attorney takes on consulting job with law firm that has sued Cook County and contributed $18,500 to her campaign (Chicago Tribune)
· 136. Highland Park High graduates' anti-Trump book gets them fired from Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, fires up their Kickstarter (Chicago Tribune/Highland Park News)
· 137. Lake County reports first case of West Nile virus in humans in 2016 (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 138. Evanston alderman raises concerns about how police enforce bicycle-light requirement (WBBM AM 780)
· 139. Police Taser, arrest Vernon Hills man armed with a knife at Stevenson High School football stadium during game (ABC 7)
· 140. Airplane-noise complaints at O'Hare International Airport rise 80 percent during first month of new nighttime flight plan (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 141. Elgin Community College, City of Elgin start off Hispanic Heritage Month with breakfast (Daily Herald)
· 142. Village of Bartlett celebrates 125th anniversary of founding (Daily Herald)
· 143. Parents reaction mixed on St. Charles schools' bathroom 'passport' that limits visits to the washroom to three times per quarter (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
· 144. Suspect in Hillside carjacking dead after jumping from Harlem Avenue overpass onto Eisenhower Expressway (Chicago Tribune)
· 145. Naperville OKs sale of alcohol at two hair salons, but they must meet a list of requirements set out by the city (Daily Herald)
· 146. Four Detroit men arrested after foiled smash-and-grab robbery at Orland Park jewelry store (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 147. Police search for suspect in Palos Hills sexual assault (CBS 2)
· 148. Channahon woman critically injured after being struck by a vehicle after getting off a party bus stopped in heavy traffic in Matteson (CBS 2)
· 149. Three people injured in head-on crash on 159th Street in Orland Park (CBS 2)
· 150. OPINION: Voters will have chance to change things at Lincoln-Way High School District 210 in April election (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
· 151. Indiana man charged with kidnapping, sexual assault of woman who advertised sex for sale on website; incident occurred in Calumet City (Chicago Sun-Times)
· 152. Lake County Fairgrounds to play host to 12th annual Hospice Hustle charity cycling event on Sunday, Sept. 18 (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 153. Crash on I-94 near Lake Station's Ripley Street exit ties up traffic (Northwest Indiana Times)
· 154. Hobart landmark restaurant Bright Spot closes (Chicago Tribune/Gary Post-Tribune)
· 155. Painful memories awakened now that man convicted of 1990 abduction/rape/murder is set to be released (Northwest Indiana Times)
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An email that I sent to Walker about the Casino

Why is Scott Walker making such poor decisions for Wisconsin taxpayers?
I am sure that this will go right in the deleted folder of the Assistant to the Secretary of the Secretary of Public Affairs, or whoever reads his emails, but I've got to try. Anyway, here is what I wrote:
"Governor Walker, I was a very big supporter of yours from your time as county exec, up through the last election. However, your decision to refuse to reconsider the Menominee tribe's latest offer has not only made me decide that I could not support you as President, I could not even support you for Governor. In fact, I am considering actively working with whoever your opponent is to defeat you. This is coming from a lifelong Republican (I am sure that my name is on the WI GOP mailing lists for a reason - you can look that up, I gave you my contact info). I have heard rumors that the tribe rescinded their offer of a huge bond or escrow account to back up their promise to cover any potential losses to Potawatomi, but have not seen any evidence of this. If this isn't true, you actually took an opportunity to make BOTH the Milwaukee and Kenosha areas happy (new arena and new casino),and protect the state from liability and gave them new reasons to vote against you. While I disagree with this particular decision, my real reason for now be against you is more profound.
I question your decision making abilities and the influences on your decision making. You took a scenario with virtually no risk and a high potential of reward for at least two different counties, a desperate tribe, and the state taxpayers, and you made a decision that is a potential lose/lose/lose/lose/lose. The Menominee Tribe lose much needed revenue. Milwaukee potentially loses the Bucks. Kenosha loses the casino. Wisconsin loses the potential revenue. And you lose both your election to President and re-election to Governor. Remember, only 2 out of 44 presidents managed to get elected President without winning their home state. You won the last election by about 140,000 votes in a non-Presidential cycle. Even if more Democrat-leaning people don't come out, as normally occurs in presidential election cycles, are you confident that 10% or less of your previous supporters is like me? And do you think that you gained any new voters by this decision? You didn't like the odds for the state coming out in the positive due to the casino. How do you like your odds of becoming President????
If I were you, I would hope that the tribe comes back with ANYTHING to sweeten the pot further. Then, you can take it and come off as being a tough negotiator and make it a win/win/win/win/win. Otherwise, listen to the taxpayers from your OWN state, NOT THE POTOWATOMI or your new BEST FRIENDS in IOWA and elsewhere around the country, and take the deal before its too late, and Illinois comes out the winner."
If you agree with what I wrote, I strongly urge that you email him yourself at [email protected] . Copy whatever you want from what I wrote if you want, I don't care. Just make sure that there is enough identifying information to show that it is from someone else. Let's make this a MOVEMENT!!!
Tl;dr Walker's being an idiot
EDIT: Grammar police
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XPost from /r/Wisconsin - An email that I sent to Governor Walker of Wisconsin about the Casino Proposal

Why is Scott Walker making such poor decisions for Wisconsin taxpayers?
I am sure that this will go right in the deleted folder of the Assistant to the Secretary of the Secretary of Public Affairs, or whoever reads his emails, but I've got to try. Anyway, here is what I wrote:
"Governor Walker, I was a very big supporter of yours from your time as county exec, up through the last election. However, your decision to refuse to reconsider the Menominee tribe's latest offer has not only made me decide that I could not support you as President, I could not even support you for Governor. In fact, I am considering actively working with whoever your opponent is to defeat you. This is coming from a lifelong Republican (I am sure that my name is on the WI GOP mailing lists for a reason - you can look that up, I gave you my contact info). I have heard rumors that the tribe rescinded their offer of a huge bond or escrow account to back up their promise to cover any potential losses to Potawatomi, but have not seen any evidence of this. If this isn't true, you actually took an opportunity to make BOTH the Milwaukee and Kenosha areas happy (new arena and new casino),and protect the state from liability and gave them new reasons to vote against you. While I disagree with this particular decision, my real reason for now be against you is more profound.
I question your decision making abilities and the influences on your decision making. You took a scenario with virtually no risk and a high potential of reward for at least two different counties, a desperate tribe, and the state taxpayers, and you made a decision that is a potential lose/lose/lose/lose/lose. The Menominee Tribe lose much needed revenue. Milwaukee potentially loses the Bucks. Kenosha loses the casino. Wisconsin loses the potential revenue. And you lose both your election to President and re-election to Governor. Remember, only 2 out of 44 presidents managed to get elected President without winning their home state. You won the last election by about 140,000 votes in a non-Presidential cycle. Even if more Democrat-leaning people don't come out, as normally occurs in presidential election cycles, are you confident that 10% or less of your previous supporters is like me? And do you think that you gained any new voters by this decision? You didn't like the odds for the state coming out in the positive due to the casino. How do you like your odds of becoming President????
If I were you, I would hope that the tribe comes back with ANYTHING to sweeten the pot further. Then, you can take it and come off as being a tough negotiator and make it a win/win/win/win/win. Otherwise, listen to the taxpayers from your OWN state, NOT THE POTOWATOMI or your new BEST FRIENDS in IOWA and elsewhere around the country, and take the deal before its too late, and Illinois comes out the winner."
If you agree with what I wrote, I strongly urge that you email him yourself at [email protected] . Copy whatever you want from what I wrote if you want, I don't care. Just make sure that there is enough identifying information to show that it is from someone else. Let's make this a MOVEMENT!!!
Tl;dr Walker's being an idiot
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  • A'crop'alypse (Moore's Flying M Ranch - Inola) 1 day left Head out to A'crop'alypse at Moore's Flying M Ranch near Inola on…
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  • Haunted History Trolley Tours (220 Elgin St - Muskogee) 1 day left Come along a spook trail as visitors are led on a caravan to sites…
  • Holiday Lights on the Hill (Chandler Park) Thru Sun, Dec 28th Chandler Park will be ablaze with the sights and sounds of the…
  • Murrell Home Ghost Stories (George M. Murrell Home - Park Hill) Day 1 of 2 Come and hear spooky tales told in Oklahoma's only surviving…
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  • Onyx Owl Live @10pm (Gypsy Coffee House & Cyber Cafe) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • Scream Country Haunted Forest & Evil Dead the Musical (Newman Family Farm - Drumright) Thru Sat, Nov 1st Drumright's Scream Country Haunted Forest is one of Oklahoma's…
  • Straight No Chaser in Concert (Brady Theater) Start Time: 6:30pm A cappella sensation Straight No Chaser brings their special blend…
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What do you guys thing of the casino debate in this state?

So there are proposals for new casino/hotel projects in a number of Wisconsin communities: Beloit, Kenosha, Sheboygan, & Shullsburg.
Native American Tribes maintain a legal Monolopy on gaming in WI. Astonishingly, current gaming establishments in the state (Patawatomi for example) have a well-funded opposition to any/all new casino projects. They have a media campaign claiming that new casinos from "out-of-state" have proven to be "corrupt" and "harmful" to WI. They cite studies that show the gaming market in WI is saturated and that any future gaming development would just be redistributing gambling dollars (as opposed to tapping new markets) and end up in a net-loss for WI.
It appears, for the most part, people in these communities are in support of these projects, citing the need for economic development.
WI gaming establishments have been criticized, poorly rated for having low payouts compared to similar establishments in other states. The limited number of establishments in WI have allowed tribes to forgo competitive practices like promotions, higher payout rates, and high-quality food & entertainment.
Do we have enough casinos? Too many? Are you happy w the quality? What do you guys think??
JSonline article: Study concludes Wisconsin casino market is saturated
WPRI article: Digging Deeper into Wisconsin’s Saturated Casino Market
State Journal: Casinos saturated across state
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