Lawyer for Kane's accuser quits case

The lawyer representing the accuser of Chicago Blackhawks star forward Patrick Kane in a sexual assault allegation abruptly quit Thursday because of questions over evidence he previously believed was tampered with.

DNR rangers, wardens can record conversations without consent

Interactions with people on state land often taped for safety, evidence

Will Johnson has stopped at a number of campgrounds in his cross-country trek before settling in at Lake Kegonsa for the night. He has spent the better part of the spring driving himself and his supplies from park to park, forest to forest and campsite to campsite.

Former girlfriend of 2001 homicide victim to go to trial

Leah Waldhart faces 1st-degree intentional homicide in Curtis Wilesky's death

A Columbia County judge ruled there is enough evidence for a case against a woman suspected in a cold case death of her former boyfriend to go to trial.

Child-abuse convict to get new trial

Judge says DA delayed evidence

A Fox Valley man who was sentenced to eight years in prison on child-abuse and other convictions will receive a new trial.