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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Arlington Heights, IllinoisC234567 saturday August 8, 2015 big picture local focus $1.00 paddock publications 143rd year no. 298 Northwest suburbs Dai by Eric Peterson having already ensured an elaborate backyard treehouse stays unique in Schaumburg Village officials Are now Pur suing regulation of the Short term rentals that have been going on there. Dan Alexander charges $195 on weeknights and $245 per Day on weekends for the rental of a room in his House allowing use of his 112-Square-foot treehouse with its full size bed to Kitchenette fireplace and air conditioning for free. Though Alexander knows spending the night in the tree House is the True Appeal he must technically rent a room of the House and allow use of the treehouse As an ame nity to meet even existing regulations. But the Village staff in Revis ing the code for rentals on residential property have Cre ated a new category called Short term rentals and say that alexanders Home is the Only example they now know of. The proposed requirements for this category include yearly inspections an annual License fee of $60 and payment of the villages 8 percent hotel tax. It looks like they want a Cut of the pie Alexander laughed. Nevertheless he said hers owner of treehouse May soon pay fees hotel tax see rules on Page 4 by Sadie Gurman associated press Centennial Colo. Twelve jurors failed to agree on a death sentence for col Orado theater shooter James Holmes on Friday prompting shocked sobs from victims police officers and his own Mother. The former neuroscience graduate student will instead spend the rest of his life in prison Formas murder. The nine women and three men said they could not reach a unanimous verdict on each murder count. That automatically eliminates the death penalty for Holmes who blamed his killings of 12 people on mental illness. The verdict came As a sur prise. The same jury earlier rejected Holmes insanity defense finding him capable of understanding right from wrong Henhe carried out the 2012 assault that injured 70. Jurors also previously moved closer to the death penalty when they quickly determined the heinous Ness of Holmes crimes outweighed his mental illness. As the sentence was read Holmes Mother Arlene who had asked the jury to spare her songs life leaned her head against her husbands Shoul Der and began sobbing. Tears broke out across the courtroom. In the Back Aurora police officers who responded to the bloody scene of the attacks began crying. Sandy Phillips whose daughter Jessica Ghawi was killed Shook her head no and then held it in her hands. Ash Ley Moser whose 6-year-old daughter died in the attack jury cant agree meaning life sentence in Colorado Case Crystal Lake victims grandma satisfied Sheds glad its Over Page 7 theater shooter escapes death a s soc i a t de pre s s Sandy Phillips second from left and her husband Lonnie right who lost their daughter in the Aurora Colorado theater massacre in july 2012, Are consoled As they leave the Arapahoe county courthouse Friday in Centennial Colorado. John Larimer see life on Page 7 by Brian Hill forty years ago Larry Geddes ordered his first Batch of bees from the Sears Catalon. Back then Geddes says you could order All kinds of stuff from the Catalon including chickens and some far animals. Geddes now 66, is still tending bees at Peren Nial pleasures his 16-acre farm property in Geneva and he Sells the Honey at the Farmers markets in Geneva and St. Charles. The Honey is really a byproduct of what i was originally doing which was farming he says. With 500,000 bees counting on him Geddes keeps Busy making sure that they have enough room to grow and plenty of trays to fill. He is hoping to split one of the hives soon to increase production. Bees mostly take care of themselves according to Geddes. Once you get them going you just need to give them space and give them frames to build on he says. Before making the Short journey to his hives ged Des dons a Large wide brimmed beekeepers hat with a mesh mask he also pulls on a pair of thick gloves. He uses smoke to Calm the bees before he begins Tower with them. By i an h i l l / Phil Larry Geddes 66, checks on some of his bees at his Geneva Home a 16-acre farm property he dubbed perennial pleasures. Sweet Hobby bees provide entertainment Honey for Geneva Farmer watch video hive to Market at watch As Larry Geddes works with his bees on his farm and pre pares the Honey to sell at the Farmers Market. By Barbara vitello a 31-year-old woman who was shot after she fired at officers in Schaumburg is charged with attempted Mur Der of a police officer. Tamekka Broyles who authorities say was shot in the Elbow and shoulder Dur ing the aug. 1 standoff was ordered held on a $2.5 Mil lion bail Fri Day after a hearing before Cook county judge Joseph Cataldo who said he believed Broyles was a danger to herself and to police. The defendant shot at a police vehicle with no con Cern for the safety of those officers or anyone else who May have been on that Street Cataldo said. Assistant Public defender Melinda Rosales later said Fri Day that Broyles had no his tory of violence. Broyles who appeared in court wearing a Sling on her left was also charged with aggravated assault and charged with shooting at police woman shot by police in Schaumburg faces attempted murder count Tamekka Broyles see charged on Page 6see bees on Page 6 and the Winner is enjoy great food and a free concert by the top 10 finalists of sub Talent today at the taste of Arling to Heights Vail Avenue and Campbell Street Arlington of the Competition and the fan favorit Ewill be announced following the concert which starts at 2 . 847 253 1703, or Tain ment Talent. Noon to 9 . Today with suburban Chicago got Talent Showa 2 . Off to the wild Side expect hits like shout at the Devil whence Vymetal band Motley Cree bring the final tour All bad things must come to Amend with guests Alice Cooper an the Raskins to the Allstate Arena 6920n.mannheimroad, Rosemont. $30.50-$1,382.72 $13-$20 parking. 800 745 3000 or . 7 . Today. Chicago legend heavy Metal not your thing swing Over to another musical genre with jazz is Ramsey Lewis per forming in concert with the Chicago symphony orches tra at the Ravinia festival 418 Sheridan Road Highland Park. $25-$75 Pavilion seat ing $10 Lawn seating. 847 266-5100 or . 7 30 . Today. Once twice take musical trip Back in Timeki tithe commodores who Rose to Fame in the 1970s and 80s with songs such As easy three times a lady and plays saturday at the Arcada theatre 105 St., St. Charles. $25-$99. 630 962 7000 or . 8 . Saturday aug. 8. Vive la France say Bonjour to Sun Day at Cartigny Park 1s151 Winfield Road, festival celebrates everything French and includes an open air Market Street per formers French fare music and a 23-foot version of the Eiffel Tower. Freewith paid $5 parking fee. . 10 . To 4 . Sunday. Nothing Here interest you Check out the Back Page for More ideas 5 things you might do weekend at play weather More humid but still Low 80s. See the Back of business. Index comics 3-4 help wanted Sec 4 Horoscope 3-4 lottery 1-10 markets 3-2 Mutual funds 3-2 movies 3-5 obituaries 3-3 puzzles 3-4 take the paper on vacation with you the daily Herald a edition a s soc i a t de pre s s Motley Cree is on tonight at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont. Donalds Day winners losers in gop debate under card business look what he started Kyle Schwarber does Well so Starlin Castro sits sports

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