North Aurora, Illinois news
A 31-year-old man has been identified by police as a “credible suspect” in the slaying of a young family of four in Romeoville but they have not yet revealed what his exact role was in the incident.
The Will-Grundy Major Crimes Task Force has been called to assist Romeoville police in the investigation of the murders of two parents and their two sons in a killing that is considered “not random.”
A physician assistant has been accused of using a dead doctor’s name and prescription forms to write opioid prescriptions for himself and a relative and then obtaining the drugs at pharmacies in North Aurora and Batavia.
Images from the annual Independence Day celebration at Riverfront Park in North Aurora on Monday, July 3, 2023.
A North Aurora man was charged with disorderly conduct, assault and theft after he allegedly followed a Papa John’s pizza delivery driver, yelled at him and stole the magnetic pizza sign from his car, according to police.
Huntoon Stables in North Aurora suffered damage from a storm that ripped through the area on Friday, March 31, 2023.
The annual Fox Valley Marathon Races traveled throughout the Tri-Cities on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022.
North Aurora police recovered a handgun and arrested four people Saturday night after responding to a report of about 50 people fighting at North Aurora’s Island Park, officials announced in a news release.
Competitive races line both the Democratic and Republican ballots as early voting continues ahead of Tuesday’s primary election. Here's a round-up of who and what is on the ballot.
Republicans running for Illinois’ 11th Congressional District seat expressed varied stances on immigration policy reform and what to do about people already in the country illegally. One said making English the national language would be a key step; several favored funding a wall
Only about half the non-incumbent congressional candidates in the north, west or northwest suburbs have filed financial disclosure reports with the U.S. House that were due in May, records show.
The men opened the two locations in November 2021.
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.
A North Aurora man is facing charges after police say he stalked a woman and repeatedly sent her and her boyfriend threatening messages. He's also on probation in Kane County for “making terroristic threats" in Georgia.
The 27-year-old Aurora man is accused of making at least 364 reports during five weeks to police agencies, including threatening a shooting at Glacier Ridge Elementary School in Crystal Lake, prosecutors said.