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Located on the western shore of Lake Michigan, Waukegan is 42 miles south of Chicago. Waukegan, visited by Jacques Marquette in 1673, is one of the oldest communities in Illinois. The city started as a French trading post and Potawatomi Indian settlement known as "Little Fort". Records dating back to 1829 tell of a treaty signed by the Potawatomis in which they ceded all of their land in this area to the Federal Government.

Population: 91452
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun-Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Chicago Cubs (MLB) Chicago White Sox(MLB) Chicago Bulls (NBA) Chicago Blackhawks (NHL)
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Zip Codes associated with waukegan, illinois: 60085 60087
Towns/Cities near waukegan, illinois : Beach Park Gurnee Park City Lake Bluff Wadsworth Zion Gages Lake

Waukegan News
Moran: Waukegan mayor's race heating up toward the boiling point

Waukegan mayoral candidates Lisa May and Sam Cunningham enjoy a collegial moment prior to a March 22 forum that ended with the discovery of anti-May fliers on cars outside. Waukegan mayoral candidates Lisa May and Sam Cunningham enjoy a collegial moment prior to a March 22 forum that ended with the discovery of anti-May fliers on cars outside.

Fliers attacking May cause stir after otherwise cordial Waukegan mayoral debate

Waukegan mayoral candidates Lisa May and Sam Cunningham on stage at a forum hosted by Waukegan High School AP government students on Wednesday, March 22. Waukegan mayoral candidates Lisa May and Sam Cunningham on stage at a forum hosted by Waukegan High School AP government students on Wednesday, March 22. Aldermen Sam Cunningham, 1st, and Lisa May, 7th, listened politely to each other's policy positions during a mayoral forum Wednesday evening at Waukegan High School's Brookside Campus that went over quite civilly. They found moments of agreement, and they shook hands and posed for pictures together when it was over.

Lake County launching campaign to prevent child abuse

The Blue Kids Lake County campaign, which aims to cherish children, support families and build strong communities, will kick off at noon Tuesday, March 28, just days before the onset of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The public is invited to join social service and community leaders in the lobby of the Lake County courthouse, 18 N. County St., Waukegan, for the event.

Mother of man killed by St. Paul police asks to see video Wednesday, March 22

The mother of a man killed by St. Paul police is asking to view video that she says may show her son's final moments. Cordale Quinn Handy, of Waukegan, Illinois, died of multiple gunshot wounds last week.

Would-be robber flees Waukegan bank after showing gun

Police and the FBI are searching for a man who walked into a Waukegan bank Tuesday morning, showed a gun and demanded money, but left before receiving anything. A would-be bank robber had a last-minute change of heart Tuesday, fleeing a Waukegan bank shortly after showing a handgun and demanding money, police said.

Mickey Thomas, Lou Gramm among new Genesee shows

Mickey Thomas of Starship is on the bill for "A Night of Symphonic Rock" at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan on Thursday, June 1. Terri Nunn of Berlin is on the bill for "A Night of Symphonic Rock" at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan on Thursday, June 1. Former Foreigner frontman Lou Gramm is on the bill for "A Night of Symphonic Rock" at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan on Thursday, June 1. Chuck Negron is featured in the 2017 edition of "The Happy Together Tour" playing at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan on Thursday, Aug. 24, and at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora on Friday, Aug. 25. The Turtles return as one of the headlining acts on "The Happy Together Tour" playing at the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan on Thursday, Aug. 24, and at the Paramount Theatre in Aurora on Friday, Aug. 25. Mickey Thomas of Starship, former Foreigner frontman Lou Gramm and Terri Nunn of Berlin all perform on the ... (more)

Police seek suspects in armed robbery of Waukegan store

According to police, officers responded about 10 p.m. Saturday to the reported holdup in the 2300 block of Grand Avenue. An employee told officers two masked men, one armed with a handgun, had robbed the business of an undisclosed amount of money before fleeing on foot.

Mother of man killed by St. Paul police: 'They have to live with what they've done'

Kim Handy Jones attended the vigil for her son Cordale on the corner of Seventh and Sinnen where he was killed by police after a domestic dispute call. In a raw outpouring of emotion, the mother of Cordale Quinn Handy held a curbside vigil Sunday afternoon at the spot where her 29-year-old son was fatally shot early Wednesday by St. Paul police officers responding to a domestic violence call.

Names of 2 cops involved in fatal St. Paul shooting released

Twenty-nine-year-old Cordale Quinn Handy, of Waukegan, Illinois, died of multiple gunshot wounds early Wednesday after police say they were called to a report of a violent domestic incident. Authorities say Officers Mikko Norman and Nathaniel Younce fired their weapons after Handy pointed a handgun at them twice after they told him to drop it.

Two Waukegan men arrested in Gurnee robbery

Two Waukegan men who attempted to steal a purse and took several cell phones from people in a parked car Thursday have been charged, Gurnee police said. Orlando Arroyo, 21, is charged with robbery, vehicular invasion, burglary and aggravated battery.

Top Merlin franchisees honored

ST. CHARLES, Ill. - Merlin 200,000 Mile Shops recently recognized its top franchisees at its "Firing On All Cylinders" national conference held in St. Charles.

Armed men rob Waukegan Dunkin' Donuts

According to police, officers were called to the business in the 1800 block of North Lewis Avenue at about 8:45 p.m. Tuesday for a reported An employee told officers two masked men, one armed with a handgun, walked into the business and demanded cash. they received an undisclosed amount of money and fled on foot, police said.

Illinois Board Of Education Approves Replacement For No Child Left Behind

Students run to go outside at the start of a recess between classes at Little Fort Elementary school in Waukegan on June 7, 2016. Despite objections about its continued reliance on standardized tests to judge schools, the Illinois State Board of Education on Wednesday unanimously approved a new plan for rating and supporting schools to replace the more punitive No Child Left Behind law.

FBI investigating Naperville bank robbery

Bank of America at 1301 E. Ogden Ave. was robbed about 9:15 a.m., FBI spokesman Garrett Croon said. The suspect is described as a tall black man in his late 30s wearing a black leather coat and sunglasses.

Vanilla Crop Seen Damaged by Worst Madagascar Storm in 13 Years

The worst tropical cyclone in 13 years to strike Madagascar may push up already record prices for vanilla beans that are used to flavor everything from cafe lattes to ice cream. The storm that killed at least 78 people in the Indian Ocean island nation last week may have damaged as much as 30 percent of the crop, according to David van der Walde, director at Aust & Hachmann Canada Ltd., the world's oldest vanilla company.

Lake-effect system dumps nearly 8 inches of snow on Chicago

After two days of pummeling by a lake-effect system, nearly 8 inches of snow had piled up in Chicago by Tuesday evening. A lake-effect snow warning remains in effect until 10 a.m. Wednesday in northwest Indiana, which could see up to a foot of snow in parts of Porter County, according to the National Weather Service.

Busy weekend for Waukegan firefighters: fires strike residences, restaurant

A ladder truck pours water on the roof of the Paragon Restaurant on Grand Avenue in Waukegan early Monday, March 13. Firefighters were also attacking the fire from the back of the building. A ladder truck pours water on the roof of the Paragon Restaurant on Grand Avenue in Waukegan early Monday, March 13. Firefighters were also attacking the fire from the back of the building.

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