Rivers Casino Philadelphia Reopens Monday, Jan. 4, 2021 ...

First slot machines arrive at Schenectady's new Rivers Casino

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With Jack Johnson gone, Rivers Casino Odds on Who is Going to Be Penguins Fans' New Whipping Boy

Mike Matheson: +250
Tristan Jarry: +275 (Murray/Fleury Redux)
Kris Letang: +325
Kasperi Kapanen: +425 (15th overall pick - "people don't forget" in a Jonah Hill voice)
Mike Sullivan: +600
Evgeni Malkin: +1000
Samuel Poulin: +2500
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I left behind all of my robots west of the river on my map. As well as several tons of granite and marble blocks. Now I'm having my bots build a new hotel and casino!

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Homeros celebrates with New Jersey residents as it welcomes its first sportsbetting exchange! Casino operator Twin River Worldwide Holdings (TRWH) announced its partnership with #Sporttrade to establish a new and exciting product offering for online gamblers. Bet on!

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[Sports] - ‘Rush Hour,’ a new national weekday sports betting show, to broadcast from Rivers Casino in Des Plaines

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[Sports] - ‘Rush Hour,’ a new national weekday sports betting show, to broadcast from Rivers Casino in Des Plaines | Chicago Tribune

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On a personal note, Regis Philbin has just died. I auditioned for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire three times. Twice in New York and once at The Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, IL. I wished got on the show. I would have loved to meet him. So sad. R.I.P.

On a personal note, Regis Philbin has just died. I auditioned for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire three times. Twice in New York and once at The Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, IL. I wished got on the show. I would have loved to meet him. So sad. R.I.P. submitted by VanishedChicago to u/VanishedChicago [link] [comments]

Rivers Casino to reopen June 9, will have new hours

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[Local] - Rivers Casino to reopen in Pittsburgh, will have new hours | Pgh Tribune-Review

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[Local] - Rivers Casino to reopen in Pittsburgh, will have new hours

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[Business] - Twin River buying casinos in New Jersey, Nevada, Louisiana | ABC

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[National] - Twin River buying casinos in New Jersey, Nevada, Louisiana

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In KC for work through New Years, should I book my hotel at the Casino over the river or in KC?

I've never been to the area before. Should I book just North over the river at the casino or more in the city?
I'm working over at GM after Christmas through New Years Eve and New Years and want to find something to do! Since I can't be with my friends is there anything good for New Years in KC?
What do you guys think?
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The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (5/8/16)

Sunday:
Mount Prospect puts on Irish Fest, featuring Celtic music, dance, food and beverages (Daily Herald)
Dundee-Crown students pitch business models to investors as part of Business INCubator class (Daily Herald)
Should parents be concerned about thumbprint scanners used to pay for school lunches? (Daily Herald)
Lombard kicks off Lilac Time with crowning of new Lilac Queen (Daily Herald)
Prospect Heights elected officials, employees talk about city's first 40 years during annual mayor's breakfast (Daily Herald)
Virginia State Trooper cleared in shooting death of Aurora man at Virginia bus station (Chicago Tribune)
Lincoln-Way High School District 210 board member become third to resign this year (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
Elgin City Council members taking advantage of lack of policy to make taxpayers foot the bill on meals (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
City of Highland Park mandates that all new single-occupancy bathrooms must be gender-neutral or all-gender (ABC 7)
Buffalo Grove's top cop sworn in as president of Illinois Association of Police Chiefs at Schaumburg conference (Daily Herald)
Cold, rain force cancellation of Special Olympics field events in Lake Zurich; opening ceremony, track events still take place (Daily Herald)
Kites fill the skies over Glen Ellyn's Maryknoll Park (Daily Herald)
Playground equipment at Lake in the Hills park to be replaced; nonprofit will refurbish them and give them to a needy community elsewhere in the world (Daily Herald)
Pizza maker, co-owner Burt Katz of Burt's Place in Morton Grove passes away at 78 (Chicago Tribune)
Bunco event in Crown Point raises money for right against breast cancer (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
Bolingbrook, Naperville police find 70-year-old missing man and his car in Bolingbrook quarry after tracing his cell phone (CBS 2)
Monday:
What to know about mosquito season and the Zika virus (Daily Herald)
Pedestrian struck and killed near Bartlett Metra station (Daily Herald)
Crystal Lake hobbyist works on tiny T-scale trains and settings (plus video (Daily Herald)
Dark screening installed on Great Western Trail overpass above I-355 raises concerns about violations of freedom of speech (Daily Herald)
Park Forest nail technician selected for FOX reality series MasterChef (Chicago Tribune)
River Forest man charged with sexually assaulting woman in Chicago (Chicago Tribune)
Highland, Ind., man killed after his car struck a railroad-crossing signal in Matteson; victim wasn't wearing a seatbelt (Chicago Sun-Times)
Woman hired as home-healthcare worker in Berwyn charged with selling cocaine from apartment of man who hired her (Chicago Sun-Times)
Sports Authority to liquidate inventory, close all its stores nationwide (ABC 7)
Pedestrian struck, killed by Metra train near Ardmore Avenue station in Villa Park about 4½ hours after person died after being hit by a train near Bartlett station (Chicago Tribune)
Consolidated High School District 125 board begins discussing transgender restroom use (Chicago Tribune/Lincolnshire Review)
McHenry County narcotics task force arrested three of four men wanted for selling cocaine at a Lake in the Hills bar (Chicago Tribune)
Moody's Investor Service downgrades Lincoln-Way High School District 210's debt to just above 'junk' status, citing financial mismanagement (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
McDonald's workers protest in Evanston, North Suburban Teachers Union hold rally on May Day (Chicago Tribune/Skokie Review)
Two Gary residents arrested as police investigate three separate robberies at Gary sex shop (Chicago Sun-Times)
Evanston teen arrested for drug and drug-paraphernalia possession, weapons charges (Chicago Sun-Times)
National Wrestling Hall of Fame revokes all honors awarded to Dennis Hastert in wake of admission of sexual abuse of students (Chicago Sun-Times)
City of Elgin announces plans for 'code enforcement academy' from which public can learn the ins-and-outs of code enforcement (Daily Herald)
Norris Recreation Center to become park of St. Charles Park District after rec board votes itself out of existence; St. Charles Community Unit 303 board must vote on center's fate because facility is on St. Charles East High School campus (Daily Herald)
Metropolis Performing Arts Centre to feature 'Hair,' 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead,' 'Young Frankinstein' (Daily Herald)
Portions of Arlington Heights North Garage to be closed through August as work to shore up structures is done (Daily Herald)
Work under way for Lindenhurst's first auto dealership at the intersection of Grand Avenue and U.S. Route 45 (Daily Herald)
Owner of strip mall abruptly pulls request for special-use permit on planned gambling café near Gurnee (Daily Herald)
20-year-old woman abandoned as a baby in a Hoffman Estates Dumpster gets to meet the man who rescued her (NBC 5)
Tuesday:
Elgin Symphony Orchestra named professional orchestra of the year by Illinois Council of Orchestras, becomes state's only orchestra to win four such awards (Daily Herald)
Nando's Peri-Peri combines African spices and Portuguese flame-grilling in new chicken restaurant in Naperville (Daily Herald)
East Dundee Lutheran church seeks volunteers, handlers for new comfort dog (Daily Herald)
[Arlington Heights gives six restaurants the privilege of using public sidewalks for outdoor dining](www.dailyherald.com/article/20160503/business/160509749/) (Daily Herald)
Consultant suggests $5.7 million in renovations to Des Plaines' Metropolitan Plaza, including shade structures, in-ground water-spray jets (Daily Herald)
Sears agrees to pay $1.8 million to retain naming rights to Hoffman Estates' Sears Centre Arena (Daily Herald)
College of DuPage selects IBM Watson Group partner, U.S. Navy vice admiral to be school's new president (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
Body of Palatine man last seen at Shorewood bank pulled from Lake Michigan (Chicago Sun-Times)
Evanston house by famous Chicago architect Harry Weese sells after only four days on the market (Crain's Chicago Business)
Mother of two from Buffalo Grove dies after being shot in drive-by on I-90/94 in Wisconsin; suspect was on the run after shooting a man a Milwaukee suburb and was wounded and arrested by Wisconsin state police (Chicago Tribune/Buffalo Grove Countryside)
Man convicted of Carpentersville woman's death in Lake County forest preserve now suing Lake County law­-enforcement officials over alleged conspiracy to wrongly convict him (Chicago Tribune)
Wealthy developer with interest in video gambling is the high bidder for Balmoral Park property, assets (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
Naperville teen facing felony charges after police find unloaded gun in his backpack at Metea Valley High School in Aurora (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
Price tag on whitewater feature on Fox River in St. Charles plummets to nearly 10 percent of original projected cost (Daily Herald)
Cheny Furniture store in Libertyville to turn grand opening into charity event, raising money for Feed My Starving Children and donating $10,000 worth of furniture to Lambs Farm (Daily Herald)
Grayslake trustee resigning in advance of moving out of state (Daily Herald)
Criterium slated for downtown West Dundee on July 20 as part of Intelligencia Cup race (Daily Herald)
Mount Prospect hiker in critical condition at St. Louis hospital after falling from a bluff at Giant City State Park in southern Illinois (Daily Herald)
Carol Stream trustees choose plan to renovate, expand existing village hall; will use fiscal reserves to pay for project (Daily Herald)
Park Ridge attorney chosen as president of Maine Township High School District 207 board (Daily Herald)
Geneva woman charged with embezzling between $100,000 and $500,000 from St. Charles veterinary clinic (Chicago Sun-Times)
Potholes becoming a safety hazard on Linder Avenue in unincorporated Bremen Township; township official says road is not part of any jurisdiction (NBC 5)
University of Iowa student from Naperville beaten outside pub near campus; his family alleges it is a hate crime (ABC 7)
Evanston native — a two-time Iditarod winner — gets warm welcome home at alma mater (WGN TV)
Wednesday:
Buffalo Grove considers forming foundation to support and manage quality-of-life programs, projects (Daily Herald)
Libertyville may make space for drop-off for electronics recycling at its public works facility (Daily Herald)
Fire causes $15,000 worth of damage at Pingree Grove restaurant; blaze reportedly started above stove, went into building's ventilation system (Daily Herald)
Elgin man arrested for robbing store on State Street after police find him in the Fox River (Daily Herald)
Mount Prospect mayor: Assistant village administrator who served for 22 years departed after new administrator took up post (Daily Herald)
Two former Northwestern University students accused of spray-painting racist, homophobic messages and sexual imagery on chapel on March 11, facing at least 24 criminal charges (Chicago Tribune)
Resident physician at Evanston NorthShore Hospital charged with stealing about $200,000 worth of medical equipment (Chicago Tribune/Evanston Review)
Aeropostale files for bankruptcy, may close many stores (Chicago Tribune)
Amtrak to allow up to 15 bicycles on Chicago-to-Milwaukee Hiawatha trains with advanced reservations (Crain's Chicago Business)
Minooka teen dies after collapsing at Milwaukee nightclub after taking synthetic drug 'Molly' (WGN TV)
Transgender teen in running for prom queen at Portage High School (NBC 5)
Death of 92-year-old man hit by train near Bartlett Metra station ruled suicide (FOX 32)
Carpentersville cancels plan to lay off two full-time firefighters amid negotiations with firefighters union (Daily Herald)
Streamwood police release video of armed robbery of massage parlor with hopes that someone will recognize the suspect (Daily Herald)
OSHA cites Custom Aluminum Products in South Elgin in accident that led to amputation of six of temporary employee's fingers in a November accident; company fined $70,000 (Daily Herald)
Group of students and their parents sues Palatine-Schaumburg High School District 211 over policy allowing transgender student into girls' locker room at Fremd High School (Daily Herald)
Aurora man facing aggravated battery charges for touching a woman's bare feet with his bare feet at Warrenville Public Library; he's been banned from Naperville, Wheaton and Glen Ellyn libraries for the same behavior (Daily Herald)
St. Charles Community Unit School District 303 board president tackles, holds man who allegedly shot at his wife as she ran from a domestic dispute (Daily Herald)
Oak Brook-based Retail Properties of America Inc. acquires Oak Brook Promenade lifestyle mall for about $66 million (Daily Herald)
Libertyville mall owner threatens to evict Secretary of State's drivers-license facility because state owes $46,100 in back rent (Daily Herald)
Vernon Hills Village Board signals dissatisfaction with subdivisions planned for former Forge Club property, gives nod to development of heavily wooded area at U.S. 45 and Buffalo Grove Road (Daily Herald)
Waukegan enters Lucas Museum of Narrative Art debate, offering its lakeshore as potential site (Chicago Tribune/Lake County Sun-News)
Palos Hills pre-teen suspended from school for rest of year after bringing a knife to defend himself from bullies at Hickory Hills junior high (Chicago Sun-Times/Daily Southtown)
Cook County medical examiner, who turned around once-troubled county morgue, to leave post in June (Chicago Sun-Times)
Joliet man sentenced to 12 years in prison for attempted murder of girlfriend whom he had cheated on him (Chicago Sun-Times)
Carpentersville man wanted for armed robbery of Oswego mini-mart arrested in Arizona by U.S. Marshals (Chicago Sun-Times)
High-speed chase from Chicago disrupts traffic on Dan Ryan Expressway, ends near Markham; four people arrested (NBC 5)
Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court Dorothy Brown sends letter asking for raise, saying she is underpaid compared to Lake, DuPage circuit clerks, other Cook public-safety officials (NBC 5)
Illinois Toll Highway Authority has first of two open houses addressing construction this season, Elgin-O'Hare Expressway and cashless tolling; second event scheduled for May 12 in Elk Grove Village (ABC 7)
Eastbound South Shore Line trains halted after truck hits overpass on I-94, prompting railroad to inspect bridge (ABC 7)
Thursday:
Suspect in Lombard heroin-induced death leads police on high-speed car chase through suburbs and Chicago, abandons car in Bensenville (Chicago Tribune)
Naperville special-operations police discover 500 pounds of marijuana in building just outside city limits; drug trafficker from Naperville arrested (Chicago Tribune/Naperville Sun)
Aurora police investigate incident where a pedestrian shot at a car driving along Ohio Street; occupant of the vehicle fired back (Chicago Sun-Times)
Woman struck and killed while walking along U.S. 12 south of Illinois Route 120 in Volo in early-morning incident (Daily Herald)
Elgin City Council approves continued membership in Metro West Council of Government despite three aldermen's objections over cost, effectiveness, benefits for city (Daily Herald)
Naperville elementary school wins inaugural Alan D. Krashesky Literacy Prize, receives grant to help kids build their book collections at home (ABC 7)
Father, son injured during Evanston home invasion, in which the suspect demanded guns (ABC 7)
Fire breaks out at City Sports sporting-goods store in Harvey (ABC 7)
College of Lake County's Lakeshore Campus celebrates Cinco de Mayo with dancing, music and burritos (Daily Herald)
Gurnee increases contributions to Visit Lake County in effort to draw more tourists (Daily Herald)
Illinois Association of Municipal Management Assistants gives Fox Lake village administrator its Outstanding Manager Award for her investigation into financial mismanagement by disgraced cop Gliniewicz (Daily Herald)
Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores Inc.'s store-within-a-store concept gives retailer access to communities it couldn't otherwise reach (Daily Herald)
Hoffman Estates approves German manufacturer Trumpf Inc.'s planned technology center on the former AT&T campus (Daily Herald)
Naperville becomes first community in state to ban 'smoking' alcohol, together with a ban on powdered alcohol (Daily Herald)
Gary City Council unanimously rejects proposed $80 million immigration-detention center (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
Hebron village president, facing trial for drug and weapons charges, may lose house if he doesn't pay $12,000 back taxes (Chicago Tribune)
Elgin man arrested for attempted kidnapping in South Elgin may have intentionally caused tire damage that led victim to pull off Randall Road where he helped change the tire (Chicago Tribune/Elgin Courier-News)
Montgomery man sentenced to 19 years in prison as part of plea deal for burglarizing three Montgomery businesses (Chicago Sun-Times)
Friday:
Errors in setting up online grade books could mean grades up to 7 semesters back were wrong for students at East Aurora High School (Chicago Tribune/Aurora Beacon-News)
Bill creating oversight in rape investigation cases spurred by lack of action in Robbins (Chicago Tribune/Daily Southtown)
Constitutional amendment on November ballot would prevent Illinois Legislature from transferring transportation funds to other uses (Chicago Tribune)
Glen Ellyn Park Board to consider borrowing $5 million, extending deadline for paying off existing debt (Daily Herald)
Four northwest suburban fire departments battle fire involving recyclable materials in Hoffman Estates gravel pit (Daily Herald)
West Chicago Community High School to recognize pianist at choir concert for 50 years of service (Daily Herald)
East Dundee police move into new, state-of-the-art station (Daily Herald)
College of DuPage board approves three-year contract for new president (Daily Herald)
Software company Paylocity may lease large portion of former Zurich North America tower in Schaumburg; move would mean abandoning Arlington Heights offices (Crain's Chicago Business)
Audubon Society's BioBlitz collecting data about birds, plants at DuPage golf courses (WBBM AM 780)
Lincoln-Way Central High School locked down following report of student with 'small, black object' (NBC 5)
Cook County Board chairman rejects circuit clerk's demand for raise (NBC 5)
Waukegan police looking for four masked people riding in a black van who robbed at least three people (CBS 2)
74-year-old Harvey commercial building collapses after fire that started in basement, consumed City Sports (CBS 2)
U.S. Justice Department: Police chases in Chicago metro area have killed 108 people, injured 216 in past 10 years (NBC 5)
Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie near Elwood witnesses birth of nine bison calves; more may be on the way (ABC 7)
O'Hare Noise Compatibility Commission votes 45-5 to approve 'fly-quiet' plan that will spread flight traffic out during overnight hours (Chicago Tribune)
Cook County residents honor Harvey woman who confronted boy, took away gun; event was recorded on video, which went viral (FOX 32)
Barrington High School grad dies from fatal head wound in Urbana, where he added the University of Illinois (Chicago Tribune/Barrington Courier-Review)
[East Chicago couple sentenced to 20 years in jail for sexual abused two foster children for eight months](www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/post-tribune/news/ct-ptb-east-chicago-molest-st-0507-20160506-story.html) (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
Oak Park approves grant, tax incentives totaling $385,000 to land brewpub on Lake Street (Chicago Tribune/Oak Leaves)
Billboard Magazine: Justin Bieber's tour stop at Allstate Arena in Rosemont generated $2.9 million (Chicago Tribune)
20-year-old Plainfield woman killed in crash on I-55 near Pontiac (Chicago Sun-Times)
Huntley man arrested by McHenry Police for armed robbery now charged with robbing Huntley 7-Eleven at gunpoint (Chicago Sun-Times)
Batavia woman dies after being shot in Maywood (Chicago Sun-Times)
Woodstock man charged with possession and reproduction of child porn (Chicago Sun-Times)
Chicago man arrested, charged with burglarizing Jiffy Lube in Park Ridge (Chicago Sun-Times)
Elgin woman convicted of robbing gas station sentenced to 2½ years probation, must also pay $2,290 in fines and court costs (Daily Herald)
Mundelein High School Community Education and Alumni Fund hands out grants to a number of employees, departments (Daily Herald)
Libertyville water rates to go up 5 percent on May 1; sewer rates get hiked 20 percent (Daily Herald)
Chicago-based investment partnership buys Wheeling-based Cookie Specialties Inc. (Daily Herald)
Red-light cameras in Deer Park to be shut off June 10 (Daily Herald)
Saturday:
35-year-old Dolton killed in crash with SUV on Lake Shore Drive near 57th Street in Chicago (Chicago Tribune)
Better Government Association: Des Plaines casino argues that its profits shouldn't affect its property value, assessments and taxes, and it's getting its way (Chicago Sun-Times)
Man shot 'in lower extremities' while driving on Stevenson Expressway in Berwyn (Chicago Sun-Times)
New Lenox motorcyclist killed in 6300 block of South Harlem Avenue in Chicago after crossing into oncoming traffic and getting his by an SUV (Chicago Sun-Times)
Three suburban Cook County education offices asking state for money, close programs (Daily Herald)
Park Forest man faces life in prison for leading group that robbed cell-phone stores in Addison, Deerfield, Norridge and Woodridge at gunpoint (Daily Herald)
Work begins on new Lakemoor municipal complex along Illinois Route 120 (Daily Herald)
Chicago woman killed after falling from motorcycle on I-80/94 in Gary; driver is Evergreen Park resident (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
Hobby Lobby to open new Palatine store at North Rand and Dundee roads on Monday (Daily Herald)
Civil War re-enactors set up Camp Kane at St. Charles' Langum Park (Daily Herald)
Palatine High School students win Northrup Grumman's High School Innovation Challenge with hovercraft (Daily Herald)
Huntley man, formerly of Lake in the Hills, killed in Kennedy pile-up (Daily Herald)
DuPage Habitat for Humanity builds home for single mother in West Chicago (Daily Herald)
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The Week In Review: Suburban News of the Past Week (4/10/16)

Sunday:
Northwest Indiana community centers offering free diapers to non-nicotine-using mothers (ABC 7)
WBBM-AM 780 news anchor killed in single-vehicle crash on I-65 in Merrillville (Chicago Tribune/Post-Tribune)
Waukegan teen shot by Zion police officer remembered during service, rally (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
Burr Ridge woman wins $1 million in Lotto drawing (Chicago Sun-Times)
West Chicago mayor walking through the city to improve health, encourages residents to join him (Daily Herald)
Accreditation team examining Grayslake Police to have public-information meeting on April 11 (Daily Herald)
Lincolnshire police to host identity theft/fraud-prevention seminar on April 14 (Daily Herald)
DuPage County Sheriff's Office looking for West Chicago man wanted on warrant on robbery charge (CBS 2)
Monday:
Bike-path plan stuck as Hoffman Estates waits on Canadian National to sign off on trail running through railroad right-of-way (Daily Herald)
Villa Park teacher felled by blood clot is making recovery faster than expected, still plans June wedding (Daily Herald)
Motorcyclist found dead in Lake Villa Township (Daily Herald)
Wheaton-based Franciscans Ministries turns over 11 affordable-housing properties — including complexes in Aurora, Batavia, Carol Stream, Gurnee and Wheaton — to Mercy Housing Inc. (Daily Herald)
Chicago man held on $90,000 bail after Rosemont police charge him with his fourth DUI (Daily Herald)
Work to upgrade Huntley's downtown square under way (Daily Herald)
Elgin Area Unit School District U-46 launches smartphone app that offers lunch menus, district news, school contact information (Daily Herald)
Waukegan police looking for two men in three street robberies that occurred Sunday (Daily Herald)
Barrington Area Unit School District 220 addresses concerns over 'blended' learning that allows students to do work both in school and online (Daily Herald)
Chicago man pleads guilty to 2011 murder of cab driver in Evanston; twin brother awaiting trial on another Evanston killing (Chicago Tribune)
Woman killed, six injured when Yellow Line train strikes vehicle at East Prairie Road in Skokie (Chicago Tribune/Skokie Review)
Waukegan suspends homeless shelter's business license over allegations of panhandling and littering nearby (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
Metropolitan Planning Council urges 30-cent increase in gas tax to pay to maintain state's roads, public transit (Chicago Sun-Times)
Frankfort motorcyclist killed in crash with another motorcycle at Iroquois County rest area (Chicago Sun-Times)
Cubs' Hall-of-Famer Ryne Sandberg buys Lake Bluff house (Crain's Chicago Business)
Three teenage girls arrested following hallway brawl at Evanston Township High School (WBBM AM 780)
Blaze breaks out at Merrillville apartment complex on day of planned fire drill; no injuries reported (CBS 2)
One person dead after crash on westbound I-80 near New Lenox (ABC 7)
Duck rescued in Downers Grove after being struck by car, getting stuck in vehicle's front end; bird apparently uninjured (WGN TV)
Tuesday:
One construction worker killed, three injured when steel beam fell from I-90 overpass in Des Plaines (CBS/WBBM AM 780)
Pharmacists to be able to dispense drug-overdose counter-agent Nalaxone without prescription (Chicago Tribune)
North Aurora Village Board hikes garbage-sticker prices under new deal with Waste Management (Daily Herald)
Arlington Heights institutes new ordinance to prevent pets from puppy mills being sold in the village (Daily Herald)
Carpentersville fire union, village at odds over two firefighters being laid off, as village cuts a total of 33 workers to save money (Daily Herald)
Naperville to replace 88-year-old Washington Street bridge downtown; 80 percent of $327,970 cost to be paid by federal funds (Daily Herald)
Des Plaines to have study done for potential pedestrian underpass along Northwest Highway's 'S' curve (Daily Herald)
Man found dead in car parked outside Joliet dollar store (Chicago Sun-Times)
Elgin teen facing drug, weapons charges after traffic stop in St. Charles; suspect reported had green, leafy substance on his sweatshirt (Chicago Sun-Times)
Teenage girl knocked down while getting out of car about 2 p.m. Monday in Hinsdale (Daily Herald)
Police identify 58-year-old Orland Park resident as victim of I-80 crash near New Lenox on Monday (Chicago Sun-Times)
Chicago police identify body in Lake Michigan as missing East Aurora High student (Daily Herald)
Buffalo Grove plans to issue $6.3 million in bonds to pay for street and infrastructure improvements (Daily Herald)
Dundee Township Park District considers 'spray park' as alternative to playground for Huffman Park in West Dundee (Daily Herald)
West Chicago City Museum seeks tales of things 'Made in West Chicago' (Daily Herald)
11-year-old from Vernon Hills wins national Drive, Chip and Putt competition at Augusta National Golf Club (Daily Herald)
Hanover Park hires Glen Ellyn resident, formerly human resources director in Oak Brook (Daily Herald)
Toad the Wet Sprocket, Rusted Root to headline Naperville's Last Fling (Daily Herald)
Northwestern Memorial HealthCare in talks with Crystal Lake-based Centegra for merger in midst of FTC anti-trust investigation against Advocate, North Shore (Chicago Tribune)
Joliet man charged with stabbing ex-girlfriend multiple times (Chicago Sun-Times)
Waukegan police seek two men wanted for armed robbery of store (Chicago Sun-Times)
Warrenville-based EN Engineering leases space in Chicago's Loop, to move 60 workers to new office (Crain's Chicago Business)
Lake County (Ill.) biologist reports re-introduced frog doing well (WBBM AM 780)
Minooka highlighted on Stephen Colbert's 'The Late Show' with guest Nick Offerman (CBS/WBBM AM 780)
Gary man charged with murder of two people he'd been drinking with and smoking pot with earlier (CBS 2)
Wednesday:
Arlington Heights Village Board discusses short-, long-term issues, operations, infrastructure during three-hour meeting (Daily Herald)
Palatine trustees OK plans for Aldi store at Deer Crossing Shopping Center (Daily Herald)
Naperville city officials maintain takeover of township roads would save taxpayers money (Daily Herald)
Elgin Fire Department practices water rescues on Fox River (Daily Herald)
Oak Brook teen reels in rare albino swell shark while vacationing in Mexico (Chicago Tribune/The Doings)
Forest Park studio restoring Alexander Hamilton statue in advance of Broadway show 'Hamilton' arrives in Chicago (Chicago Tribune)
Preckwinkle proposes redevelopment of old Cook County Hospital; plan would include apartments, stores, offices, hotel (CBS 2)
Berwyn family recalls dedicated family man killed in I-90 beam collapse (NBC 5)
Round Lake's Pizza Place opens new restaurant after previous building destroyed by 2015 tornado (WGN TV)
Bremen Youth Services loses mental-health/counseling contract from Bremen Township, faces closure (CBS 2)
Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert cites declining health, seeks probation for conviction on bank fraud (CBS 2)
Greek Orthodox church in Homer Glen to have blessing of bikers, motorcycles on Sunday, April 10 (WBBM AM 780)
Overwhelming response to 'Corgi Huddle' in Deerfield results in event's cancellation (NBC 5)
Skimming device found on Lombard gas pump prompts Bank of America to investigate incidents in Chicago (NBC 5)
Obama, Biden endorse Duckworth in U.S. Senate campaign (ABC 7)
Metra starts on seasonal construction, tabbed at $200 million this year (Daily Herald)
Illinois Community College Board chairman warns of further layoffs, potential closures as state budget battle drags on (Daily Herald)
Lake Zurich distillery moves to make sure it can continue offering live entertainment (Daily Herald)
Rotary Club of Carol Stream to place bags on doorknobs of homes as way of collecting food donations during April; organization hopes to gather 7.5 tons of food (Daily Herald)
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, Hoffman Estates police to have drug take-back event on April 30 (Daily Herald)
Northwestern senior comes up short on 'Jeopardy!' (Chicago Tribune)
TV home-improvement icon Bob Vila sues Loves Park man, after Burr Ridge-based Brilliant Event Planning and Indiana company use his name, likeness on events not associated with him (Chicago Tribune)
California man charged in 2007 rape of 12-year-old Robbins girl; arrested in Oakland, Calif., on outstanding Cook County warrant (Chicago Sun-Times)
Chicago man wanted for 2014 murder in Crete is arrested in Dallas, Texas (Chicago Sun-Times)
Two Joliet residents arrested for possession of meth after traffic stop in Joliet (Chicago Sun-Times)
Cook County sheriff's officers talk suicidal man out of jumping from overpass in Sauk Village (Chicago Sun-Times)
OSHA cites Lansing company's safety violations in man's death at New Orleans, La., facility; sets fine at $226,000 (Chicago Sun-Times)
Small fire near CTA Yellow Line in Skokie disrupts train service (Chicago Sun-Times)
OSHA fines Bolingbrook metal-stamping company $110,000 over safety violations (Chicago Sun-Times)
Thursday:
Des Plaines may set open-space requirement or require fee to pay for park space nearby for new developments (Daily Herald)
Lake County Forest Preserve District delays opening golf courses as cost-savings measure (Daily Herald)
Kenneth Young Center Resale Shop in Schaumburg closing after 34 years (Daily Herald)
McHenry man charged with murdering ex-girlfriend, leaving her body entombed in his house had battered her before (Chicago Tribune)
Chicago restaurateur opens Mediterranean-American restaurant Citrine Café in Oak Park (Crain's Chicago Business)
Victims' family upset that attorney for murderer David Biro scheduled to speak at New Trier West High School (CBS 2)
Aurora woman combines loves of pets, art to create PawCasso, the art studio for dogs (WGN TV)
Advocate Children's Hospital in Oak Lawn experiencing rise in births of twins (CBS 2)
Two Waukegan residents charged with kidnapping Gurnee woman at knife-point over property they claimed to own (Chicago Tribune/Lake County News-Sun)
24-year-old Palatine man charged with sexually abusing hearing-impaired teen girl (Daily Herald)
Buffalo Grove trustees question what $100,000 will buy them as they plan for development of Lake-Cook corridor (Daily Herald)
Mount Prospect adopts ordinance allowing residents to opt out of automated water-meter reading system, but they will pay for external meters or manual readings (Daily Herald)
Naperville Township makes $50,000 cuts to its budget in order to pay highway commissioner's salary, rather than forcing him to take his salary out of his own budget (Daily Herald)
Vernon Area Public Library in Lincolnshire has interactive comedy display, which started as April Fool's joke, up all month (Daily Herald)
Proposed grading scale at Maine Township High School District 207 would make 43 percent the lowest score possible (Daily Herald)
Play 'Mosque Alert,' set in Naperville, examines suburbanites' tolerance and bigotry; will be staged in Chicago (Daily Herald)
Man wielding metal pipe robs Burbank bank (Chicago Sun-Times)
Des Plaines-based Rivers Casino pays $1.65 million fine after probe into mob ties (Chicago Sun-Times)
IRS announces that U.S. taxpayers can pay taxes at 7-Eleven (Chicago Sun-Times)
Aurora man charged with stabbing another man in January brawl at Aurora restaurant that spilled out into parking lot (Chicago Sun-Times)
45-year-old Barrington man charged with possession of more than 10,000 child-porn videos, images (Chicago Sun-Times)
Friday:
Principal at Villa Park high school given Golden Apple leadership award (Daily Herald)
10-year-old Aurora girl admits to police to making up attempted-abduction story (Daily Herald)
Resident, firefighter injured, three pets dead in Island Lake house fire (Daily Herald)
Mount Prospect elementary school garners $62,000 furniture grant, making it one of 13 to win out of 800 applicants in U.S. and Canada (Daily Herald)
Residents of Hainsville subdivision plant 18 oak saplings to replace trees knocked down during last year's tornado (Daily Herald)
Two Cook sheriff's officers, another driver injured in three-vehicle crash on Eisenhower near Forest Park (Chicago Sun-Times)
Traffic to be shifted on Itasca's Prospect Avenue beginning Monday as work on Elgin-O'Hare bridge starts (Chicago Sun-Times)
Texas man who admitted to robbing Glenview bank last year is arrested in Wisconsin (Chicago Sun-Times)
NIU meteorologist: Suburban sprawl responsible for more deaths, damage from tornados (CBS/WBBM AM 780)
Planned projects on Lake-Cook, Weiland roads in Buffalo Grove delayed at least one year, but bridge projects still on schedule (Daily Herald)
DuPage County zoning board opposes proposed self storage along 75th Street in Naperville (Daily Herald)
Deputy chief of support operations appointed Glendale Heights police chief (Daily Herald)
Libertyville Elementary School District 70 to hold focus groups for strategic planning on April 11 and 18 (Daily Herald)
Addison Trail High alumna vying for spot on U.S. Olympic wrestling team (Daily Herald)
Gabutto Burger to bring a Japanese twist to burger fare in Rolling Meadows; Bulldog Ale House, MingHin Cuisine also to open in city (Daily Herald)
Elgin's Messiah Lutheran Church holding final service on Sunday, April 10 (Daily Herald)
Illinois businesses laying off employees, closing doors or merging; at least 900 workers affected (Chicago Tribune)
Lake County, Ind., coroner's office looking for relatives of deceased Lynwood man (Chicago Sun-Times)
Chief judge reinstates lockers at Cook County's Leighton Courthouse a week after they were removed (Chicago Sun-Times)
Streamwood metal distributor evacuated after 'dust explosion,' smoke (Chicago Sun-Times)
Northbrook man charged with multiple felonies after accident, claiming he'd put on someone else's pants (Chicago Sun-Times)
Gary police investigating fire that damaged classroom at West Side High School (Chicago Sun-Times)
Three remaining Caputo & Sons stores to be auctioned off on May 12 (Crain's Chicago Business)
Principal of Blue Island elementary school arrested for sexually assaulting former student (NBC 5)
Saturday:
One man killed, four others injured in 13-vehicle pileup on outbound Eisenhower Expressway near Oak Park/Chicago border (Chicago Tribune)
Rich Township High School District sues former board member who voted in favor of paying $140,000 toward his wife's retirement (Chicago Sun-Times)
South Elgin man charged with shooting another man during a fight at an Elgin bar (Chicago Sun-Times)
Three men arrested in connection with Yorkville burglary in August 2015 (Chicago Sun-Times)
Marengo man sues companies, including Arlington Heights-based Restaurants.com, over unsolicited text messages (Daily Herald)
Police looking for man for carjacking in Waukegan, armed robbery in Gurnee (Daily Herald)
Stevenson High School issues request that students, parents not drive through neighboring subdivisions to avoid traffic on Route 22 (Daily Herald)
Lake Zurich administration fires baseball coach over 'inappropriate comments' during practice (Daily Herald)
Municipalities, residents switching back to ComEd, finding the energy giant cheaper than competitors (CBS 2)
Authorities searching for missing Schaumburg Township man, who left home without his car, phone, keys or wallet (NBC 5)
Large turnout for electronics-recycling event in St. Charles (Daily Herald)
Community turning its back on Dennis Hastert following release of details of sex scandal that happened while he coached wresting at Yorkville High School (Chicago Tribune)
Four people charged in Beach Park burglary (CBS 2)
Family of Joliet woman abandoned at dialysis center sues center, ambulance company and nursing home (WGN TV)
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River Rock new revelations: "Alleged partnership of Canadian casino company with gambling tycoon could trigger new investigation"

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Rivers Casino Des Plaines Opens New Sports Bar and Expands Gaming Floor - GlobeNewswire

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How many of you have followed the money laundering & gambling/gaming news stories about the casinos all around the Lower Mainland (the River Rock especially)? What are your thoughts about this really awful practice?

Do have family members or friends who work in any casinos? Family or friends who frequently go to the casino(s) for entertainment?
I know that for me, I have a younger sister who manages one of a few high-end restaurants in a big casino which I won't name. To her, when I read parts of the full German commission report, she'd just said to me: "Oh, yeah they REALLY haven't scratched the surface of this..."
Has anyone here taken the time to read the full report? It's pretty damning, and it paints an ugly, cyclical picture beginning with supply and demand for drugs/gangs/users/dealers then so and and so on.
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[Local] - New, larger sportsbook officially opens at Rivers Casino

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