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Week in Review: Powerball, Sex Abuse Charge for Ohio Man & More

See the big headlines from last week!

MONDAY, NOV. 26

Jobless Numbers Drop From October 2011

Although unemployment is down from this time compared to last year, numbers slightly increased from September 2012 to October. Figures on Palos-area jobs weren't released but stats are available for the Southland and Illinois.

Hickory Hills Man Pushed Through Window During Fight: Police

Both the Hickory HIlls man and another guy from Plainfield were arrested by Palos Hills police.

TUESDAY, NOV. 27

Holiday Shopping Kicks Off at McCord

The Palos Park art gallery is holding its 8th annual Holiday Shoppe for the shopping season.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 28

Granat Murders Defendant Could Go Home Next Week: Attorney

A doctor will testify at a bond hearing next week that 18-year-old Mohammad Salahat is not dangerous or violent, says defense attorney Joel Brodsky. He'll then use this testimony to argue his client should get a 'reasonable' bond.

And the Winning Powerball Lottery Numbers Are...

A jackpot of $550 million is up for grabs to one lucky winner of the Powerball Lottery drawing.

THURSDAY, NOV. 29

Ohio Man Charged with Sex Abuse Made Business Trips to Chicago: Police

If convicted of criminal sexual abuse, David H. Six, 53, would end up on the sex offender registry.

Two from Illinois Win $1 Million Each in Wednesday's Powerball Drawing

Two jackpot-winning tickets were sold in Arizona and Missouri, but two Illinois winners also received a lovely holiday gift.

FRIDAY, NOV. 30

Hidden Costs Could Plague District 230

As officials examine the 2012 property tax levy, worry grows over shortfalls that might hit the district.

Vandals Burn Church Fence; Drug Charges for 2 Oak Lawn Drivers: Blotter

Palos Hills police reports, Nov. 20 & 21.

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