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Special to the TribuneA DeKalb County attorney has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of prostitution, her lawyer confirmed Thursday. In a negotiated plea, Reema Bajaj, 26, agreed to plead guilty to the count, in exchange for DeKalb County prosecutors dropping a felony...
Tags: Prostitution, Sex Crimes, Aurora, Misdemeanors, Crimes
Special to The TribuneMurder victim Maria Ridulph was described as a sweet, trusting child by prosecutors in opening statements today at the trial of the man charged with her murder more than a half-century ago. Jack D. McCullough, a 72-year-old Seattle retiree and former...
Special to the TribuneA Washington state man scheduled to go on trial next week for the 1957 kidnapping and murder of a Sycamore girl will not be allowed to introduce as evidence old law enforcement and telephone records he says would help prove him innocent. Judge James...
A 17-year-old boy from Elgin died in a one-vehicle accident early this morning near Burlington in Kane County. According to a press release from the Kane County Sheriff's Office, Lawrence Echols, one of four people in the 2007 Lincoln MKZ that was...
RedEyeWhen it comes to LGBT inclusiveness, two Chicago schools are at the top of the pack, according to a recently released list by Campus Pride. The organization, which promotes safety for LGBT students in higher education, named both the University of...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — An announcement today by the U.S. Department of Agriculture means farmers in the entire state of Illinois are now eligible to apply for emergency assistance because of the drought. Fourteen more counties in the state were designated by...
LONDON — The U.S. rowing team marked a solid start to the Olympic Regatta Saturday with performances that kept three local rowers in medal contention going into Wednesday's finals. The American men's eight — which includes twin brothers Grant...
Tags: Australia, YMCA, Illinois, FIFA World Cup, Awards and Prizes
Different stories often come from asking the same questions over and over again, only to discover new and important factors were coming into play. We’ve been reporting for a while now about all the towns and cities who’ve been striking deals...
Tribune reporterOn the Facebook page of "The Butcher & Larder," the Noble Square butcher shop, owner Rob Levitt posted a link Wendesday to an article about Congress lifting the ban on funding horse-meat inspections. The implication was horses could once again be...
Jan Ziegler can spot the veterans by their measuring tapes. "The first year, people pick a tree that's too tall," said Ziegler, who owns Ziegler Christmas Tree Farm in Elgin. "They look smaller in the field. So the next year, they measure." In addition...
Ten years after terrorists hijacked four American jetliners and killed nearly 3,000 people, there's growing evidence that people with a previous history of depression, or who have been traumatized before, are far more vulnerable to developing post-...
Special to the TribuneA man charged with killing a 7-year-old Sycamore girl in 1957 will stand trial Monday -- but not on the murder charge. Jack D. McCullough is charged in DeKalb County with rape and taking indecent liberties with a child for alleged incidents involving a...
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