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Waukegan police have launched a homicide investigation after a person was found dead in a Walmart parking lot Monday evening.Police said they were called to the Walmart in the 3900-block of Fountain Square Place around 6 p.m. for a reported hit and run, as well as reports of shots fired. There, they found a person dead on the east side of the parking lot. "We've canvassed for witnesses, located some witnesses.
A 19-year-old woman was charged with driving under the influence after her car ended up in a retention pond in northwest suburban Elgin early Thursday morning.Jennifer Shallow lives across the street from the scene, near South Randall Road and College Green Drive. "The dogs started barking, probably around 6 o'clock, and I saw lights. The whole subdivision was blocked off with ambulances," Shallow said.Chopper 7HD captured video of the crash.
A small plane crashed upon landing at the Chicago-Rockford International Airport Monday evening.Officials said at about 5:26 p.m. the six passenger twin-engine King Air aircraft was coming in for a landing when it crashed just short of airport property, but came to a stop on airport grounds. "They struck the ground just east of Falcon Road.
Having covered the stories alongside, about and with San Francisco’s mayor for five years this is completely shocking and heartbreaking. My thoughts are with his family and the City 🙏🏽by the Bay 😥 on this sad day. https://t.co/bSuUy8Quk3
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