Share-worthy stories from the Illinois Patch network to talk about tonight:
A hospital gown designed by a Homer Glen boy, 6, won't be produced, and his mother has been fired by two companies.
The 4- or 5-foot long snake went missing Monday near the corner of Fairview and Maple, its owner told Patch.
The Tinley Park Citizens Volunteer committee celebrated the milestone age for resident Ann Herbach.
A group of recent high school graduates told aldermen to work toward "defunding" the police department to better address racial disparities.
Six Hinsdale paramedics recognized for saving a man from a deep hole.
Specially equipped officers defended Old Orchard shopping center on the night of May 30 after intelligence suggested looters were on their way, police said.
Kane County Sheriff Ron Hain signalled his support Tuesday for criminal justice reform and reducing the number of people held in jail.
Board's layoff decision is under investigation by the attorney general.
Cardinal Blase Cupich made the announcement Monday by video. All schools have been closed since March due to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of the protesters, Sonja Richards said it was a liberating, emotional experience, and she is "tired of the subtle racism" everywhere.
A video from shows a fire in Arlington Heights that broke out during Tuesday's storm.
Also Worth a Look Today
- Protest In Naperville May Cause Road Closures Wednesday: Police
- Black Police Officer Association Supports Mayor
- McHenry County Man Gets Prison For Child Sex Assault
- Village Leaks Private Data From Restaurant's Application
- Plainfield Residents Gather To Show Black Lives Matter
- Haunted Trails Reopens On Broadway Street
- Water Park Remains Closed Under State's Reopening Plan
- Mayor Calls For Body Cameras, Police Use-Of-Force Review
- 'Say Their Names' March Planned For Thursday In Palos Heights
- Village Board OKs $52 Million Rehab Center
- Officials Eyeing Dam Removal Once Again
- Driver Hits Pedestrian, Meijer Grocery Store: Police
- Opinion: Pandering Pritzker Should Keep Quiet And Listen To Black Voices
- Lori Vallow Daybell's Husband In Custody; Human Remains Found
- Shooter Was Subdued By 'Heroic' Ben Lomond Man, Sheriff Says
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