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    The Week That Was | Top 5 Stories For Week Ending 11/13



    Here is a rundown of our top stories for last week.

    Kane County Man Arrested For Murdering Wheeling Mother; One Year-Old Daughter Found Dead

    In an eventful two days this week, the investigation into the tragic murder of Wheeling’s Ja’nya Murphy, 21, and her one year-old daughter Jaclyn “Angel” Dobbs took a significant turn, as the body of the infant was discovered in Northwest Indiana Thursday, “deceased and cast off in a cold pond,” according to Wheeling Police, and an arrest warrant was issued by the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office for a Pinegree Grove man for the killing of Ms. Murphy. Read more…


    Two Neuqua Valley Graduates Among The Dead In Houston After Concert Tragedy

    Two Naperville natives are among the people killed during the tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival in Houston, Texas Friday night.

    20 year-old Jacob “Jake” Jurinek and 21 year-old Franco Patiño were both killed when chaos erupted during rapper Scott’s performance. Read more…


    Bears Defeat Steelers, Officials Declare Steelers The Winner

    (Satirical…or not?)

    Pittsburgh – In a rarely used procedure, officials in Monday night’s Bears-Steelers contest took the unusual step of awarding the home team at least 10 net unearned points, resulting in a Steelers victory, 29-27.

    A bewildered Bears team looked on in confusion as the head official ceremoniously met Steelers quarterback “Big” Ben Roethlisberger at midfield after the last seconds ticked off the game clock and raised his hand in victory while the home field crowd roared its approval. Read more…


    APD Nabs Carjacker After Chase, Attempted Second Carjacking

    APD has arrested a man after he drove an SUV taken in a carjacking in Chicago to Aurora and attempted to carjack another person on Tuesday afternoon. Read more…


    Devoted Community Advocate Steve Martin Named As Grand Marshal for St. Charles Electric Christmas Parade

    The St. Charles Business Alliance and its parade committee kicked-off the holiday season by announcing Steve Martin as the Grand Marshal for the annual 2021 Electric Christmas Parade.  The Electric Christmas Parade is part of St. Charles Holiday Homecoming weekend which begins on Friday, November 26th with the Lighting of the Lights Ceremony. The parade is scheduled for  Saturday, November 27th. Read more…



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