A 74-year-old Lombard man is in custody after being charged with a series of child pornography charges.
A Glendale Heights man accused of stealing from a church over the spring near Lombard was allegedly caught on video during the burglary.
Authorities are investigating a two home invasions Sunday in the west suburbs that may be related.
As of Tuesday night, ComEd says 267,000 customers remain without power in the Chicago area.
A Lombard man is accused of yelling racial slurs after a graduation party Wednesday in the west suburb.
A Lombard man allegedly equipped with Molotov cocktails is accused of trying to set village-owned vehicles ablaze Monday in the west suburb.
The U.S. envoy for Afghanistan reconciliation said Thursday that he has called for the release of an American citizen captured by Taliban-linked militants.
A Lombard man is accused of possessing and sharing child pornography online.
In the days following the capture of an American contractor in Afghanistan earlier this year, Navy commandos raided a village and detained suspected members of the Taliban-linked Haqqani network while the U.S. intelligence community tried to track the cellphones of the man and his captors, The Associated Press has learned.
A man is wanted by authorities in DuPage County for burglarizing a church in April near Lombard.
The suspects crashed at Roosevelt and the I-290 ramp, prosecutors said. Both men were arrested after two separate foot pursuits, and two guns were recovered, prosecutors said.
A person who tested positive for coronavirus went to the volleyball game March 4 at Glenn Westlake Middle School, Superintendent Ted Stec said in an email to families.
A Cicero man was sentenced to 20 years in prison for running over his girlfriend at a mall parking lot in 2018 in west suburban Lombard.
Mark R. Frerichs, 55, of Lombard, Ill., was abducted last Friday in the province of Khost, U.S. officials reportedly said.
The train hit the vehicle about 6:20 a.m. at a crossing on Finley Road near Crescent Boulevard.
A purported street-gang leader from suburban Chicago who became radicalized in prison faces federal charges accusing him of seeking to provide money to Islamic State militants in Syria, according to a complaint unsealed Friday in U.S. District Court in Chicago.
A family friend provided the reward money after 59-year-old Robert Szabo, of Glen Ellyn, was struck and killed Aug. 30 by a white Ford F-150.
A 59-year-old man was killed Friday in a hit-and-run in west suburban Lombard.