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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.
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Former Lake County Board member leading in four-way race to rejoin board
Angelo Kyle was leading late Tuesday in the Democratic primary to represent District 14 on the Lake County Board. Former Lake County Board member Angelo Kyle continued to lead with 41 percent of the vote Wednesday in the four-way race to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Audrey Nixon, a North Chicago institution who was dubbed "the county's matriarch" at her wake.Feder: Suburban radio station to carry Dr. Laura Berman's show
"Uncovered with Dr. Laura Berman" debuted this week from 9 p.m. to midnight weeknights on Waukegan-based WXLC FM 102.3. Dr. Laura Berman, Chicago's famed love, sex and relationships expert, has just landed a suburban outlet for her syndicated radio show. "Uncovered with Dr. Laura Berman" debuted this week from 9 p.m. to midnight weeknights on Waukegan-based WXLC FM 102.3, the Alpha Media hot adult-contemporary station.Five plead not guilty to Lake County voter fraud allegations
Five Lake County residents pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges related to alleged voter fraud stemming from the November 2016 election. Marcello Villaruz, 63, his wife, Gina Villaruz, 51, both of Beach Park, and Yvette Yust, 56, of Waukegan, each pleaded not guilty to two felony counts of perjury for misrepresenting their citizenship when voting in the election.'Aspects of a predator': Judge refuses to reduce bail in coach sex assault case
A Lake County judge has refused to reduce the $1 million bail for a former part-time Vernon Hills High School soccer coach accused of having sex with at least three male students. However, Lake County Judge George Strickland on Tuesday left the door open for a lower bond for Cori Beard, 28, after authorities complete their investigation.Waukegan man charged in fatal shooting
A Waukegan man has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder for gunning down a North Chicago man after a verbal altercation at a bar March 5, authorities said Monday. Andre G. Jones, 34, of the 1700 block of Longview Road, is held in Lake County jail on $3 million bail in connection with the fatal shooting of Melvin DeVost II, 29, authorities said.Arrest made in North Chicago shooting death sparked by tavern altercation, police say
A Waukegan man was being held on $3 million bail on two counts of first degree murder Monday in connection with a shooting in North Chicago that left a local man dead last week. According to the Lake County Major Crime Task Force, Andre G. Jones, 34, of the 1700 block of Longview Road, was taken into custody on March 7, two days after the shooting death of 29-year-old Melvin DeVost II.Where else did the Lincolns sleep in the suburbs?
Before he became president, Abraham Lincoln spent a lot of time traveling around Illinois, including many trips to the Chicago area. Here are a few of the places where Lincoln and his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, are believed to have rested their heads: • Elijah Ferry, an attorney friend of Lincoln, hosted him at his home on Julian Street in Waukegan while Lincoln was in town to give a speech in April 1850.Zion cop testifies that he saw a gun in Justus Howell's hand before fatal 2015 shooting
Surveillance video provided by the Lake County state's attorney's office shows a Zion police officer fatally shooting Justus Howell on April 4, 2015. Surveillance video provided by the Lake County state's attorney's office shows a Zion police officer fatally shooting Justus Howell on April 4, 2015.Five accused of voter fraud in Lake County
Marcello Villaruz, 63, his wife, Gina Villaruz, 51, both of Beach Park, and Yvette Yust, 56, of Waukegan, each face two felony counts of perjury for misrepresenting their citizenship when voting in the election, Assistant Lake County State's Attorney Fred Day said. Marvin Hershman, 89, of Riverwoods, and Janet Pokryfke, 70, of Mundelein, are each charged with two counts of voting more than once and one count of perjury.Lake County deputy charged with misconduct after he 'recklessly...
A Lake County Sheriff's deputy was charged with official misconduct this week after sheriff's officials say he failed to assist a victim of domestic abuse and arrest a man accused of striking her during an incident in Beach Park last fall. According to a sheriff's office statement released on Friday, an arrest warrant was issued Thursday for Deputy Leonard Patterson for felony four counts of official misconduct following an investigation by sheriff's detectives.'This should be an inspiration': Dozens of Lake County...
Waukegan Mayor Sam Cunningham, right, and Clyde McLemore, founder of Lake County Black Lives Matter , pose with a group of youths the organization took out for dinner and a screening of "Black Panther" at Marcus Gurnee Cinema on Wednesday, March 7. Waukegan Mayor Sam Cunningham, right, and Clyde McLemore, founder of Lake County Black Lives Matter , pose with a group of youths the organization took out for dinner and a screening of "Black Panther" at Marcus Gurnee Cinema on Wednesday, March 7. The idea of taking youths who might not normally be able to afford to go to a theater to see a 3D movie started bouncing around two weeks ago for Clyde McLemore, founder of Lake County Black Lives Matter, after he and the group's chairman, Zakee Darr, and their families went to see the blockbuster "Black Panther" movie.Waukegan woman dies following crash near Fountain Square
A 62-year-old Waukegan woman was killed March 7, 2018, in a crash at the intersection of Casimir Pulaski Drive and Waukegan Road, acccording to Waukegan police. A 62-year-old Waukegan woman was killed March 7, 2018, in a crash at the intersection of Casimir Pulaski Drive and Waukegan Road, acccording to Waukegan police.Woman killed in Waukegan crash
A 2001 Pontiac Grand Am was traveling west on Pulaski Drive when it collided with a 2008 Ford Econoline Van that was northbound on Waukegan Road at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, authorities said. The driver of the Grand Am, who has been identified as Cynthia Mallett, was transported to Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, where she later died.North Chicago shooting victim dies
North Chicago police and the Lake County Major Crime Task Force are investigating the shooting death of a man early Monday morning. The gunshot victim was identified Tuesday only as a 29-year-old man from North Chicago, according to Lake County Sheriff's Office Sgt.Lane closures start Friday on Tri-State Tollway through Lake County
Beginning this weekend, motorists should expect lane closures on the Tri-State Tollway through northern and central Lake County for a period of several months, transportation officials have announced. Starting Friday and scheduled to be concluded by Memorial Day, the roadwork will begin on a stretch between Russell Road and Grand Avenue, and then switch to a second phase between Grand and Half Day Road, according to the Illinois Tollway.United Way Hosts Countywide Dr. Seuss Reading Day
Over 50 volunteers participated in a countywide volunteer effort to read to over 1,000 preschool through 3rd grade students in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday on March 2. United Way of Lake County hosted volunteers at Glen Flora Elementary in Waukegan, Green Bay Early Childhood Center in North Chicago and Pleviak Elementary in Lake Villa. During the opening remarks, United Way program staff shared the importance of early childhood literacy and the impact of celebrating reading holidays like Dr. Seuss' birthday.Immigration judge grants asylum to suburban teen activist from Honduras
Maryori Urbina-Contreras is one of 68,000 unaccompanied children who flooded across the southwest border of the United States, causing a humanitarian crisis in 2014. She had risked everything when she left Honduras and traveled alone in a desperate attempt to reunite with her mother in Waukegan.With the state back on board, CLC's $48 million Waukegan project resumes
In September 2017, the College of Lake County board chose this as the preferred design for the new six-story building planned for the Lakeshore campus in Waukegan. The building will be at 111 N. Genesee St. This is the original design for the six-story building planned for the College of Lake County's Lakeshore campus in Waukegan that was presented to the CLC board in June 2017.Tactical teams respond to domestic violence calls in Round Lake Park and Waukegan
Round Lake Park police say a 43-year-old man faces felony charges after he allegedly battered a woman and her roommate in residence near Route 134 Tuesday night, barricaded himself in a bathroom and started a fire with a flare gun. Also on Tuesday night, a tactical team from the Northern Illinois Police Alarm System responded to Waukegan for a barricaded suspect after a domestic violence call, but when police entered that apartment, the suspect had apparently escaped before a police perimeter was set up, according to Waukegan police.Correctional officer charged with touching food service employee's buttocks
A correctional officer was charged with grabbing a food service employee's buttocks last month at the Lake County Jail in Waukegan. On Jan. 24, the Lake County Sheriff's Office was notified that 49-year-old Darin Chansky, of Kenosha, Wisconsin, made an "inappropriate sexual gesture" toward the woman last December while she was working at the jail at 20 S. County St. She also reported that Chansky touched her buttocks in January, the sheriff's office said.
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