Naperville, Illinois news
Will County prosecutors charged Allen White with attempted murder after a police investigation of a stabbing incident at LA Fitness in Naperville.
Local activists, politicians, lawmakers and concerned residents came out for an abortion rights demonstration on Route 14 in Crystal Lake.
The Naperville Police Department is investigating the crash. An autopsy is scheduled for Sunday.
The Forest Preserve District of Will County’s Police Department has joined the multi-jurisdictional Operation Disrupt campaign in an effort to help those who may be contemplating suicide.
An ex-con from Naperville, who was on parole, has been charged in connection with a Feb. 15 shooting of an unoccupied vehicle that was parked on a Bolingbrook driveway.
State House District 41 candidate Jennifer Bruzan Taylor said increases in crime and the cost of living were the top issues for the 41st District
Five of the seven candidates running for Illinois’ 14th Congressional District seat – including incumbent Lauren Underwood – are facing petition objections that could cost them spots on the primary ballot.
Two Naperville men were identified as the pair found dead Sunday in Pistakee Lake near Johnsburg, the McHenry County coroner said.
The Sage YMCA in Crystal Lake and five other suburban Y centers outside of Cook County will begin requiring visitors to show proof that they’ve received the COVID-19 vaccination starting in February.
A Chicago man and a DeKalb man are facing charges after state police say they allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven at the DeKalb Oasis at gunpoint and sped off in a stolen car, leading state troopers on a chase through Warrenville.
After a conference rival tipped off the IHSA that Naperville Central had an ineligible player on its football team, Naperville Central discovered at least six additional transfers who didn't have proper IHSA documentation and the fallout continues more than three months later.
As weather and emergency response officials continue to assess the damage of the tornado that ravaged through DuPage County, the National Weather Service confirmed no serious conditions or damage reports came out of DeKalb County from Sunday’s storm.
At least one person was critically injured and four others were hurt in Naperville after a tornado Sunday damaged more than 130 homes in a subdivision on the city’s far east side, fire officials said.
Exchange Club of Naperville cites concerns with public health restrictions