The 17-year-old boy charged in the fatal shooting of a Glenbrook South High School student was ordered to remain in custody until his next court date. The boy was charged July 12 with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Angelique Morris, 17, at his home near Des Plaines, according to a statement from the Cook County Sheriff's Office. The Pioneer Press is not naming the teenager, who is being charged as a minor.
The family of a 17-year-old Glenbrook South High School senior said they still do not know the exact circumstances surrounding her fatal shooting early Saturday morning. But as police continue to investigate the death of Angelique K. Morris, loved ones are mourning a girl they described as selfless and charismatic. "She was such a funny, outgoing kid," said Sheila Blaje, Morris' aunt. "She was a beautiful soul inside and out." Blaje said the teen was set to graduate early, in January.
The Glenview Park District is seeking proposals by July 10 from 17 design and engineering firms to conduct a feasibility study for a new Naval Air Station Glenview Museum and Flight Academy in Gallery Park, officials said. The feasibility study will be paid for by the Glenview Hangar One Foundation, which operates the existing 900-square-foot Naval Air Station Glenview Museum, and Bring It Home, Glenview, according to park district spokesman Nick Moran.
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