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Aurora man found guilty of murdering ex-girlfriend and dumping her body...

“This was a horrific act of domestic violence that robbed two children of their mother, parents of their daughter and a community of a beloved member,” Chief Deputy DA Andrew Steers said in a statement. “This verdict is the first step towards justice.”

Aurora police searching for man who doused 2 with gas in...

"I speak Spanish to most of the customers," Martinez said. "And for them to feel or see that, you know, someone got poured gas on them just for speaking Spanish is very, very frightening, you know?"

Tri-County Health Department to distribute monkeypox vaccines at clinics Friday, Saturday

Monkeypox is rarely fatal and symptoms usually start within three weeks of exposure to the virus, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. 

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Review: Twins’ harmonies shimmer on album of covers

"Cover to Cover" is a celebration of the folk duo's influences and an imaginative mix of material from such songwriting Hall of Famers as Hoagy Carmichael, Tom T. Hall and Jackson Browne. The Brother Brothers avoid obvious choices and instead shine a light on worthy deep cuts, among them Richard Thompson's "Waltzing's for Dreamers," James Taylor's "You Can Close Your Eyes" and Tom Waits' "Flower's Grave."

Rebuilding Together: Safe and healthy housing builds strong communities

Safe and healthy housing can have an enormous impact on one’s mental, physical and economic wellbeing. As we mark National Wellness Month this August, the story of Robert and his family is far too common in North Aurora and beyond.

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