HINSDALE— Hinsdale Houseguest Revived After Christmas Eve Heart Attack—“We train for situations like this one all the time, however, we never expected a call like this on Christmas Eve,” stated Captain Dave DeWolf.
LA GRANGE— Teen Charged With Armed Robbery of Pizza Delivery Man on NYE—Police said that footprints in the snow led them to the accused, a 17-year-old from La Grange.
LEMONT— Lemont Man, 48, Killed in Two-Car Crash—Kenneth Ulanski, 48, was driving his Toyota northbound on Archer Avenue and passing vehicles on the righthand shoulder, when he spun and lost control and was struck by a pickup truck heading southbound around 6:20 a.m. Dec. 30, according to Cook County Sheriff's office spokesperson Sophia Ansari.
ELMHURST— One Person Injured in Crash at South Elmhurst Jewel—Two cars collide sending one into a barrier pole right next to the northwest entrance of the busy store.
WHEATON— Bloomingdale Man Nabbed in Wheaton on Child Porn Charges—Ryan E. Lange faces four felonies as a result of the investigation.
ELMHURST— Elmhurst Memorial Hospital's First Baby of the New Year Comes Racing In At Full Speed—This little cutie almost didn't wait for mom and dad to get to the hospital.
DOWNERS GROVE— Favorite Toy Store Owner: 'Bank Put Me Out of Business'—Beloved local toy store with locations in Downers Grove and Elmhurst was unexpectedly shuttered Dec. 30, and few are more heartbroken than owner Mike Geisen.
DARIEN— Strange Handling of Closed-Door Meeting Recordings by Tri-State Fire: BGA Report—The latest report by the Better Government Association from an ongoing investigation into the Tri-State Fire Protection District outlines some unusual events in recent months.
NAPERVILLE— CBS 2's Dave Savini Faces Battery, DUI Charges in Naperville—Media reporting Savini had two children in the vehicle with him at the time of the traffic stop.
ST. CHARLES— Brace for 4 to 8 Inches of Snow—The National Weather Service predicts 4 to 8 inches of snow for St. Charles, Batavia, Geneva, Wheaton and the rest of Kane and DuPage counties.
ST. CHARLES— Dangerously Cold Temps; City Urges Precautions—City says warming shelters will be available during business hours; advises scarves or ski masks to protect your face if venturing outdoors.
WHEATON— Area Delays, Cancellations Due to Snow—The overnight snowfall has left roads slick and forced some businesses, schools and libraries to open late or close for the day.