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A Highland Park woman convicted of "huffing" computer dust cleaner prior to running over and killing a 5-year-old girl on Labor Day of 2012 is due to be sentenced today. Carly Rousso, 20, faces 3 years to 14 years in prison after she was convicted May 29 on four counts of aggravated driving under the influence of an intoxicating substance.
The Kane County Health Department said Wednesday that it has diagnosed its first human West Nile virus case. The virus was confirmed this week in a 33-year-old man from Geneva, health department officials said.
Naperville City Council members will be adding numbers to their efforts to curtail downtown rowdiness by beginning to track ten types of statistics about downtown crime and night life activity. "I'm interested in seeing how the metrics work out here over time," council member Robert Fieseler said.