The priest of a church in Bartlett has been reinstated after an investigation into sexual abuse.
Cardinal Blase Cupich said there was insufficient evidence in a sexual abuse investigation against Reverend Christopher Ciomek.
A massive fire burned more than a dozen cars in west suburban Bartlett.
A cause is not known at this time and remains under investigation by Bartlett Fire Protection District investigators.
“Threatening an employee with a dangerous weapon who was just trying to make an honest living will not be tolerated and anyone who engages in this type of violent behavior will be caught, prosecuted and if found guilty, face a significant amount of time behind bars, as Mr. Butchas has now learned," said DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin.
The 16-year-old was driving his mom's car at 100 mph with three friends when he lost control and smashed into a pole. The two kids who died were Alex Czerwik and Cameron Kelty. They were both 16-years-old and were Bartlett High School students.
The 16-year-old who died was in the front passenger seat. The 16-year-old driver's injuries were described as not life-threatening, but the two 16-year-olds who were in the back might not survive.
A Bartlett man was sentenced to 12 years in prison Friday for his role in supplying drugs in the fatal 2018 overdose of a Campton Township woman.
Bartlett residents are looking for Freddy the fox in order to remove a plastic drain pipe stuck around its neck.
Zach Hiner, executive director of SNAP, talks about recent sex abuse allegations levied against Bartlett priest Father Christopher Ciomek.
The Archdiocese of Chicago said on Saturday that Father Christopher Ciomek of Saint Peter Damian Parish has been accused of molesting a minor about 30 years ago.
One person was killed in a crash Friday morning in north suburban Bartlett, police said.
A former Bartlett High School chemistry teacher was found guilty Tuesday of charges alleging he injured a student during a science demonstration.
Shawn and Dan Andre from Squeeky G's Car Wash talk about how their business has adjusted during the pandemic.
A Bartlett-based travel agent allegedly stole more than $100,000 from clients and gave them fake tickets in return.
Two men have been charged with robbing someone at gunpoint Thursday in the parking lot of the Schaumburg police station.
It's a staple in downtown Bartlett and getting set to celebrate 37 years of business. Today's Lovin Local takes us to Banbury Fair!
Oak Lawn, Orland Park, Tinley Park and Chicago Ridge joined the city of Chicago Sunday night in placing curfews on citizens.
“The student has been isolated and is expected to remain in isolation/self quarantine to prevent spreading the virus,” Sanders wrote.
Judge Brian Telander found 51-year-old Bruce Mirabella guilty of one felony count of aggravated battery after a four-hour bench trial.