Mike, Leni and Libby Schrettenbrunner talk about the inspiration behind their children's book "Pumpkin Head Tom and Mummy Mary."
“I was struggling to get a job for a good amount of time, and once I finally got a job, I mean, that was my chance, I had to keep it,” said Mayes. “So I had to do whatever I had to do.”
A Batavia high schooler, who is transgender, is making strides in the rowing community both locally and globally.
Athlete Cillian Mullen talks about coming out to his rowing team.
Theresa Fontana, a Batavia art teacher and author, talks about lessons from her new book, 'The Secret To Being Creative.'
A Chicago man was sentenced to 10 years in prison for selling heroin to a Batavia man who fatally overdosed in 2018.
A new mass vaccination site opened in Batavia on Friday for anyone in Illinois who falls under the expanded phase 1B.
Robert Keil, an 81-year-old man who was reported missing Monday from suburban Batavia, has been found, according to Illinois State Police.
Samuel Plenio pleaded guilty to a count of possession of explosives in exchange for the sentence, the Kane County state’s attorney’s office said in a statement.
Bartolo Martinez-Lopez, 53, is charged with one felony count each of leaving the scene of an accident causing injury and passing an emergency vehicle causing injury.
Eileen Pasero, executive director of the Batavia Interfaith Food Pantry, talks about the crucial supplies they're providing to the west suburban community in wake of COVID-19.
Alejandro Galvan-Mendez is charged with two felony counts of unauthorized video recording of a person under 18 and a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct.
Enoch, who had previously worked there as a temporary employee, allegedly threatened to shoot the security guard, police said.
A Batavia High School student is in protective custody after authorities allegedly found materials used to create explosives at the student’s west suburban home.
An Aurora man accused of shooting a teenager at a Steak ‘n Shake last year in west suburban Batavia was sentenced to 16 years in prison Thursday.
A Batavia woman was sentenced to six years in prison for stealing thousands of dollars from her former job last year.
A Batavia man has been sentenced to prison for breaking into a home and beating two people last year in the western suburb.
Four more cases of Legionnaires’ disease have been reported at a retirement home in west suburban Batavia, bringing the total to 12 confirmed cases.
A documentary called "Angst" is about how anxiety is impacting teens.