Stories about Channahon, Illinois
Channahon will now have nine Flock Safety cameras in use to help catch and prosecute criminals. Will County State's Attorney James Glasgow has made donations to pay for the cameras throughout the county.
A Will County judge set a $50,000 bond for a retired judge's son, who is facing his third domestic battery case since 2014 in the county. Prosecutors had recommended a $100,000 bond.
Police try deescalation techniques before hitting suspect with 'less-than-lethal projectile.'
Police said Jagger Pisano, 19, of Lemont, solicited explicit images from teen victim in Channahon.
Parents of Samantha Harer have taken their case against former Crest Hill Police Officer Felipe “Phil” Flores to the Will County Courthouse after a judge dismissed their federal lawsuit last year.
Demonstration outside warehouse follows similar rally at Amazon facility in Joliet
Raymond McShane, 79, of Channahon, never imagined in those early years he’d serve so long. At the time, McShane was just helping out a friend.
Exhibits include a 2,000-gallon fish tank filled with river fish, an over-sized exterior bird feeder and bird bath, a stream table, a watershed sand box and a mussel exhibit.
Artie Odom, 65, of Hughes, Arkansas, was identified as the barge worker whose body was recovered in Channahon Township.
In the fall of 2005, a tabby kitten with a red collar with a jingle bell was separated from her family. Here's what happened to her.
Governor J.B Pritzker joined elected officials and the Lion Electric Company to celebrate the vast investments made in the clean manufacturing sector on Wednesday..
Attorney says Vaughn this year will file motion to vacate conviction for murders of his wife, Kimberly, and children, Abigayle, 12, Cassandra, 11, and Blake, 8.
The woman told deputies that she was overwhelmed and scared after Saaketh Erranguntla, 25, of Leander, Texas, went to visit her at her workplace in Channahon even though she rejected him multiple times.
For more than seven decades, Lucenta Tire served Will County customers in six locations at its height. But the family-owned business closed the doors of its last location for the final time on Wednesday due to high rent.
Ronald Lehman has served, and continues to serve, the Channahon Park District as a park board commissioner for 50 years. Here's why he did it - and what his dedication accomplished.