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After about 11 years of use, Barrington High School's stadium will receive a replacement artificial surface in time for the next academic year.

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Campton Hills trustees Tuesday night voted 4-3 to allow video gambling in the village for a nearly two-year trial period, with outgoing Village President Harry Blecker breaking the tie.

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Sheriff: 2 Mississippi men arrested after videotaped beating

A Mississippi sheriff says two men have been arrested in an assault captured on video and shared on social media.

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Donations for burned black churches up after Notre Dame fire

A crowdfunding campaign for three African American churches in Louisiana recently gutted by arson has climbed after social media posts urging the public not to forget them amid the focus on the fire-ravaged Notre Dame cathedral.

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A teen who was allegedly involved in a car jacking turned shooting at police April 10 and later died was identified Tuesday.

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A teen who was allegedly involved in a car jacking turned shooting at police April 10 and later died was identified Tuesday.

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Lockout at Columbine, other Colorado schools triggered by 'armed,' 'extremely dangerous' woman: officials

Authorities in Colorado are on the lookout for an “armed” 18-year-old woman who’s believed “to be extremely dangerous” after several schools were put on lockouts earlier Tuesday.

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Police: Good Samaritans thwart kidnaping in San Francisco

Good Samaritans stopped the attempted kidnapping of a 2-year-old boy by an Australian disc jockey from a busy San Francisco street, police said Tuesday.

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Lightning, NHL's top regular-season team, gets swept: Here are 8 other postseason flops

The Lightning's loss will go down as one of the worst playoff flops in NHL history, but how does it compare to others in recent sports history?         

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Prosecutors plan to argue that Ms. Huffman’s part in the college admissions scheme fits a sentencing guideline of four to 10 months of incarceration.

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Former pro football player charged in killing of 5-year-old

A Las Vegas judge expressed shock at the severity of injuries found on a 5-year-old girl whose death led to murder and child abuse charges against her mother and mother's former NFL player boyfriend.

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The Latest: Australian DJ charged with attempted kidnapping

The Latest on an alleged attempted toddler kidnapping (all times local): 4:15 p.m.

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Alfredo's Iron Works owner indicted

DeKalb resident Luis Alfredo De La Cruz was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Rockford and charged with smuggling, transporting and harboring eight undocumented immigrants. De La Cruz, 49, is charged with harboring the eight people at his business, Alfredo's Iron Works, 280 W. Lincoln...

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Who is James Adducci, the $1.2 million winner who bet on Tiger Woods?

The Wisconsin native gave conflicting reports to various outlets after collecting his winnings, and USA TODAY Sports has uncovered long criminal past.         

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Suspect in attack on boy at Mall of America held on $2M bail

A man accused of throwing a 5-year-old boy from a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America said little during his first court appearance.

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Huntley D-158 school board to consider $480k, 3-year contract for assistant superintendent of learning and innovation

A contract that would give Erika Schlichter, Huntley District 158 assistant superintendent of learning and innovation, $480,000 over the next three years will be up for board approval on Thursday. Schlichter has a base salary of $141,886, according to the district's 2018-19 staff salary and benefits...

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Joe Flacco's 11-year NFL career prior to this season was played in Ravens' purple, black and gold. The 34-year-old quarterback donned his new Broncos colors before reporters for the first time Tuesday to begin the team's voluntary minicamp.

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The Hoffman Estates girls track and field team won its second Mid-Suburban League West title in school history and first since 2010 when it won by 1 point Tuesday night.

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Live updates, tweets, photos, analysis and more from Game 2 between the Denver Nuggets and San Antonio Spurs at the Pepsi Center on April 15, 2019.

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