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West Nile Virus Detected In Will County

(STMW) –– A batch of mosquitoes collected in southwest suburban Bolingbrook has yielded Will County’s first West Nile virus-positive sample of 2015.

The batch of mosquitoes was collected by Will County Environmental Health employees Wednesday and was confirmed West Nile virus positive Thursday, according to a statement from the Will County Health Department. 183 more words


Second Bat In Southwest Suburb Tests Positive For Rabies

(STMW) — A second bat discovered in a southwest suburban Homer Glen home this week has tested positive for rabies, the fifth confirmed case in Will County in 2015. 295 more words


Des Plaines River Water Trails


The Des Plaines River begins in Wisconsin, in Racine County, and flows south into Illinois as a small, prairie stream.

It runs approximately ninety-five miles through four counties in Illinois, to its confluence with the Kankakee River at Channahon, and forms the Illinois River. 2,752 more words

Cook County

DuPage River Water Trails


The DuPage River is a small-to-medium-sized stream flowing north to south through DuPage and Will counties and ending at its confluence with the Des Plaines River in Channahon. 1,700 more words

DuPage County

Steger police blotter: sex, drugs & traffic

by Dennis Sullivan
June 7, 2015

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Melissa J. Rowe-Graham, 32, of South Chicago Heights, was charged June 2 with driving on a suspended license and failure to wear a seat belt near the intersection of 34th and Green streets, Steger Police said. 553 more words

WHITE COLLAR CRIME (part 1 of 2)

One of the biggest criminals to come out of Joliet/Will County was Robert Tezak (at least the biggest one to get caught).

What is really sad is that while most people are focused on street crimes, they overlook white collar crimes.  168 more words

Truckers Accuse Will County Of Using Confusing Signage To Entrap Them

(CBS) — “A money-making extortion scheme” is what the Mid-West Truckers Association says is going on in Will County – with unsuspecting truck drivers targeted and ticketed for tens of thousands of dollars, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller. 192 more words