Doug T. Graham, Daily Herald

Doug T. Graham

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Past:
  • Shaw Local
  • Northwest Herald
  • The Herald-News
  • KaneCounty Chronicle
  • Sauk Valley Media

Recent articles by Doug:

Chicago teen accused of using brick to steal backpack near Libertyville Metra station

A Chicago teen has been accused of striking a boy with a brick and stealing his backpack earlier this week by the Libertyville Metra station. Kendale Brown is in Lake County jail. → Read More

Authorities identify North Chicago teen killed in suspected gang-related shooting Sunday

Authorities have released the name of a 14-year-old boy shot and killed Sunday afternoon in what they now are characterizing as a gang-related attack at the Citgo at the corner of 10th and Jackson Street in North Chicago. → Read More

Man sentenced to 21 years in prison for shooting twin 17-year-olds, killing one

The Round Lake Beach man found guilty in March of second-degree murder and aggravated assault for shooting twin 17-year-olds, killing one, was sentenced to 21 years in prison by a Lake County judge Wednesday. → Read More

Wauconda teen dies in one-vehicle crash on Callahan Road near Wauconda

An 18-year-old Wauconda man died in a one-vehicle crash near Wauconda Wednesday night, the Lake County Sheriff's Office said Thursday morning. → Read More

Jury finds Park City woman guilty for failing to give son needed medical care

A Lake County jury Tuesday found a Park City woman guilty of felony charges of involuntary manslaughter and endangering the life of a child for failing to give her son, who died in 2016, the medical care he required after a heart transplant. Jennifer Stroud, 41, faces up to 14 years in prison. Her sentencing hearing is scheduled for July 21, officials said. → Read More

How suburban colleges are helping students get jobs in growing green economy

Programs that train people to install and maintain solar panels, electric car chargers, wind turbines and other skilled green jobs are hard to find at suburban community colleges. → Read More

New Lou Malnati's to open in Gurnee Monday

A new Lou Malnatti's Pizzeria is set to open in Gurnee Monday, which will add a new swath of Lake County to the chain's delivery zone, officials said. → Read More

38-year-old Round Lake woman killed in house fire

Authorities have identified a woman who died in a house fire in Round Lake over the weekend. → Read More

Police: Man attacked woman he was dating, two older adults Easter morning

An Ingleside man who police said attacked three people early Sunday including a woman he was dating has been charged with a litany of felony battery offenses. → Read More

Antioch man charged with child porn possession

A 21-year-old Antioch man has been charged with felony child pornography possession, police said Monday. → Read More

Antioch man charged with child porn possession

A 21-year-old Antioch man has been charged with felony child pornography possession, police said Monday. → Read More

Mundelein Seminary marks 100 years of forming Catholic priests

Over the last century, the Mundelein Seminary has educated more than 4,000 parish priests for about 80 Catholic dioceses worldwide from its idyllic, 1,000-acre campus on the grounds of the University of St. Mary of the Lake. This week, the seminary community will celebrate that legacy. → Read More

Two teens reported missing in Aurora

Aurora police are enlisting the public's help in locating two missing teens. → Read More

Lincolnshire police seek help finding man they say hit officer with car

Lincolnshire police are enlisting the public's help in tracking down the man investigators believe struck one of their officers while driving recklessly on Minwaukee Avenue near Aptakisic Road on Thursday. → Read More

30-year-old man shot to death early Thursday in Round Lake Beach identified

A man was shot and killed early Thursday morning in Round Lake Beach in what authorities are saying was a targeted shooting. → Read More

Gliniewicz widow receives 24 months of special probation for role in husband's financial misdeeds

A Lake County judge sentenced Melodie Gliniewicz to serve 24 months of second-chance probation for her felony plea in connection with the financial misdeeds of her late husband, disgraced Fox Lake police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz. → Read More

Probation or prison? Judge set to sentence Gliniewicz widow Tuesday

A Lake County judge Tuesday will sentence Melodie Gliniewicz for her felony conviction in connection with the financial misdeeds of her late husband, disgraced Fox Lake police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz. → Read More

Lake County regional superintendent of education to switch parties, run as Democrat

Michael Karner, who was appointed Lake County regional superintendent of schools last year as a Republican, will seek election to a 4-year term as a Democrat. At present, Karner is the only candidate seeking the job. → Read More

After 30 years of cleanup, Waukegan Harbor will soon be off EPA's 'concern' list

More than $150 million in federal funding has been spent since 1992 on projects to remove harmful chemicals from Waukegan Harbor. Now, local officials say the harbor finally is poised to be removed from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Great Lakes Areas of Concern list. → Read More

Round Lake Beach man who shot Carol Stream twins found guilty of second-degree murder

After deliberating for four days, jurors found a Round Lake Beach man guilty of second-degree murder and aggravated assault for shooting twin 17-year-olds, killing one, last year. → Read More