Stories about Antioch, Illinois
Kyle Rittenhouse, the former Antioch teen acquitted of fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during street protests in Kenosha in 2020, is seeking the return of the gun and other property that police seized after his arrest.
Comedy in Cary, Polar Fest in Huntley and a wine walk in Antioch are all happening in and around McHenry County this weekend.
"While we can’t change the past, we have done our best to stop this document from continuing to cause harm," the Crystal Lake native and current Mundelein-area resident says.
A judge reduced the bond of a Lake Villa man facing drug-induced homicide Tuesday after his defense attorney argued the prosecution’s only tie between him and the fatal overdose was a social media message.
A 42-year-old Antioch man was charged with burglary after police said he broke into a pharmacy.
An Antioch Fire Protection District firefighter suffered minor injuries battling a blaze at an unoccupied house Wednesday evening.
An Antioch woman is in custody after slashing her boyfriend with a kitchen knife during an argument, according to police.
“If you approve this OB closure request, you and Northwestern are absolutely sentencing some future pregnancies in my district to tragic outcomes that do not need to occur,” a McHenry Republican said.
A recreational vehicle parked outside a detached garage at an Antioch home likely sparked a Sunday night fire that caused roughly $50,000 in damage, fire officials said.
“As kids, we were always at the firehouse,” said Jeff VanPatten, whose 108-year tradition with Antioch's fire department ended with his retirement after 35 years. “It’s kind of a family thing.”