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Honoring his ideals

Political, religious and business leaders of the Northwest suburbs came together recently to honor the legacy and mission of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. at a remembrance and celebration dinner at the Chicago Marriott Northwest Hotel in Hoffman Estates. More >

Nation & World

Mexico issues birth certificates to immigrants in the U.S.

The Mexican government began to issue birth certificates to its citizens in its U.S. consulates to make it easier for immigrants to obtain work permits, driving licenses and protection from deportation. More >

Your Health

Trauma and substance abuse

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and substance abuse have a close and complex relationship, yet often times this link can go unrecognized. For people with substance abuse, PTSD is one of the most common dual diagnosis. More >

Life & More

Soap opera “Señora Acero” ended on a season high

MIAMI – Telemundo’s highly rated super series “Señora Acero” ended on a season high, averaging 2,764,000 total viewers and 1,587,000 adults 18 to 49 during its finale night on Monday, according to Nielsen. More >


Going the distance

Staying in one place for very long isn’t easy for a golf touring pro. Carlos Sainz Jr. was able to do it from Thanksgiving through New Year’s, when he spent most of the holiday season with family and friends in Elgin. More >


Five important things to know about IRAs

The individual retirement account, or IRA, is one method to help you achieve your retirement and estate planning goals. It is essentially a savings account with tax benefits and nearly half of all households nearing the retirement age hold at least one IRA. More >

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