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  • New U.S. Sen. Duckworth 'anxious to get to work'

    New U.S. Sen. Duckworth 'anxious to get to work'

    Democrat Tammy Duckworth said she was "ready to go" on Tuesday after being sworn in as the second female U.S. senator from Illinois. "I got through the holidays, got through the transition (from House to Senate) shut down my House office, moved over, got my committee assignments and am really anxious...

    • House GOP backs down on ethics changes after widespread criticism
  • Chicago cop who shot unarmed man is stripped of police powers

    Chicago cop who shot unarmed man is stripped of police powers

    A Chicago police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man on the Northwest Side on Monday has been stripped of his police powers by Superintendent Eddie Johnson, the department said on Tuesday. The measure represents the "strongest step a department can take" during an open investigation, according...

  • Man cleared in 1991 rape, joining other questionable Lake County prosecutions

    Man cleared in 1991 rape, joining other questionable Lake County prosecutions

    A man who has spent nearly 25 years in prison since he was convicted of raping a woman near Gurnee was formally cleared in that case Tuesday at the Lake County courthouse. William Carini, 53, became the seventh person cleared of rape or murder in Lake County since 2010, some after spending decades...

  • Woman 'grateful to be alive' after 2 teens killed in front of her house

    Woman 'grateful to be alive' after 2 teens killed in front of her house

    Lillie Turner was lacing up her shoes about noon Tuesday, ready to push open the door of her East Garfield Park home to get the mail, when she fell to the ground in pain. Her daughter, who lives next door and was over watching TV, told her mother to stay down and dropped to the floor herself as...

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    Man slain as daughter drops him off at work: 'This is the last place you'd expect' Man slain as daughter drops him off at work: 'This is the last place you'd expect' Read more
    Shots fired near children walking to school: 'I hear boom, boom, boom, boom, boom' Shots fired near children walking to school: 'I hear boom, boom, boom, boom, boom' Read more
    Man to bystanders after shooting: 'C’mon now, that’s a life' Man to bystanders after shooting: 'C’mon now, that’s a life' Read more
    • First Midwest Bank parent moving HQ to Chicago

      First Midwest Bank parent moving HQ to Chicago

      Itasca-based First Midwest Bancorp is moving its headquarters, including about 300 workers, to Chicago. The publicly traded parent of First Midwest Bank, which has 110 branches in Illinois, Indiana and Iowa, will move to 8750 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. by spring 2018. First Midwest has about .6 billion...

    • Charges filed against man shot by Chicago police after chase

      Charges filed against man shot by Chicago police after chase

      Charges have been filed against a man who was shot and seriously wounded by Chicago police over the weekend while allegedly resisting arrest after a chase, authorities said.Dwane Rowlett, 43, was charged with one felony count of aggravated fleeing, one misdemeanor count of DUI and three misdemeanor...

    • Illinois girl, 10, dies in skiing accident in Michigan

      Illinois girl, 10, dies in skiing accident in Michigan

      A 10-year-old Illinois girl injured in a New Year's Day skiing accident in northern Michigan has died. Officials at Crystal Mountain, a ski resort in Michigan's Benzie County, released a statement Tuesday saying the accident was around 2 p.m. Sunday during a group ski lesson on an intermediate...

    • DuPage deputy fatally shoots teen at scene of domestic call near Villa Park

      DuPage deputy fatally shoots teen at scene of domestic call near Villa Park

      A 17-year-old was shot to death late Sunday by a DuPage County sheriff's deputy after the two got into a fight when the deputy responded to a domestic call involving violence near Villa Park, county officials said. The victim was identified as Trevon Johnson by his uncle, Alfonzo Singletary. The...

      • Two boys, 16 and 17, killed in shooting that also wounded 65-year-old woman

        Two boys, 16 and 17, killed in shooting that also wounded 65-year-old woman

        A 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy were killed and a woman in her 60s was wounded in the leg in a shooting in the East Garfield Park neighborhood Tuesday. At least 7 others were wounded in shootings across the city Tuesday afternoon. The double homicide happened about noon in the 3400 block...

      • Man charged in Libertyville slaying released on 0,000 bond

        Man charged in Libertyville slaying released on 0,000 bond

        A man charged in an alleged stalking-related killing in Libertyville bonded out of Lake County Jail late last week after a relative met his bail with a 0,000 cashier's check. Bail had been set at million for Kenneth Seplak, 37, of Round Lake Beach, who is accused of the Dec. 23 fatal shooting...

        • Police: Libertyville man killed by date's likely stalker
      • Chicago lit review editor talks 'imperfect solution' to Yiannopoulos book deal

        Chicago lit review editor talks 'imperfect solution' to Yiannopoulos book deal

        Despite receiving "overwhelmingly negative" feedback, "Chicago Review of Books" editor-in-chief Adam Morgan said Tuesday he doesn't regret last week's decision to boycott covering Simon and Schuster titles because one of its imprints is set to publish a book by controversial conservative commentator...

        • Milo Yiannopoulos gets banned from Twitter
      • Chicago manufacturer faces ,000 penalty after third worker slices off part of finger

        Chicago manufacturer faces ,000 penalty after third worker slices off part of finger

        A worker who lost the tip of his finger last fall at a Chicago metal container manufacturing plant was the third to suffer such an amputation at the facility in 17 months, prompting federal safety investigators to propose more than ,000 in penalties for the most recent injury alone. The 52-year-old...

        • Arlington Heights police search for suspect in New Year's Day robbery

          Arlington Heights police search for suspect in New Year's Day robbery

          Arlington Heights police are investigating a New Year's Day armed robbery in the same neighborhood where a woman's car was stolen at gunpoint the week before. An unknown man demanded a woman's purse at gunpoint at about 1:38 p.m. Sunday after following her into the entrance of her apartment building...

          • La Grange police search for suspect in phone store robbery
        • After 18 years, TV fraudster Kevin Trudeau's case is over, 'we hope,' judges rule

          After 18 years, TV fraudster Kevin Trudeau's case is over, 'we hope,' judges rule

          TV conman Kevin Trudeau made his fortune pitching "miracle" cures for everything from obesity to poverty in infomercials for years as the feds pursued him. Even getting sent to prison for a decade in 2014 by a Chicago judge for lying didn't shut the smooth-talking pitchman up, or put an end to...

          • FTC to mail refund checks to buyers of TV pitchman's weight-loss book
        • Nation's bedbug capital is no longer Chicago, Orkin says

          Nation's bedbug capital is no longer Chicago, Orkin says

          Some good news for Chicago: It's no longer the bedbug capital of the nation. In its annual ranking, released Tuesday, pest-control services provider Orkin said Baltimore tops its annual list of the top 50 cities for bed bugs. Chicago had been the center of bedbug action for four straight years....

        • Ald. Pawar says he's running for Illinois governor

          Ald. Pawar says he's running for Illinois governor

          Little known outside his Northwest Side ward and with little money in his campaign fund, Ald. Ameya Pawar on Tuesday mounted a bid for the Democratic nomination for governor in 2018 with a low-key announcement. Pawar, 36, in his second term representing the 47th Ward, said he's going to run on a...

          • Emanuel modifies police oversight proposal to woo aldermen
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          'Looking for change': Reflections on a violent year 'Looking for change': Reflections on a violent...
          Tavon Tanner, a bullet, and what happened on the streets of Chicago Tavon Tanner, a bullet, and what happened on the streets...
          Chicago mothers transformed by tragedy Chicago mothers transformed by tragedy
          No arrests after 4 killed, 1 wounded at Far South Side home No arrests after 4 killed, 1 wounded at Far South Side home
          3 wounded in party bus shooting near Lake Shore Drive 3 wounded in party bus shooting near Lake Shore Drive
          Chicago tops 700 homicides — with a month to go in violent 2016 Chicago tops 700 homicides — with a month to go in...
          Men try to understand Chicago's violence from a safe place — jail Men try to understand Chicago's violence from a safe...
          Man killed by police after wounding pregnant girlfriend: 'I don’t know if he lost his mind' Man killed by police after wounding pregnant girlfriend:...
          'About 100' gunshots heard during South Chicago attack; 6 shot, 1 fatally 'About 100' gunshots heard during South Chicago...
          Teen grandson of U.S. Rep. Danny Davis fatally shot Teen grandson of U.S. Rep. Danny Davis fatally shot
          Man killed, 4 wounded on same block where 4 were shot a year ago Man killed, 4 wounded on same block where 4 were shot a year...
          1,000 more people shot in Chicago compared with same time last year 1,000 more people shot in Chicago compared with same time...
          Arne Duncan: Police can't stop Chicago's violence, business community must step up Arne Duncan: Police can't stop Chicago's violence,...
          Vigil held for 15-year-old Steinmetz student found burned in trash Vigil held for 15-year-old Steinmetz student found burned in...
          A game, a shooting and the downfall of Chicago's Hubbard Park A game, a shooting and the downfall of Chicago's...
          In a tough Chicago neighborhood, comfort and safety in boxing In a tough Chicago neighborhood, comfort and safety in...
          EMT who rebuilt his life after prison may lose it all in a flash of gunfire EMT who rebuilt his life after prison may lose it all in a...
          Scenes from Chicago violence overnight Scenes from Chicago violence overnight
          Chicago passes another grim milestone: More than 3,000 shot this year Chicago passes another grim milestone: More than 3,000...
          In 14 cases, no gun is found after Chicago police shot someone they said was armed In 14 cases, no gun is found after Chicago police shot...
          Despite Peace Surge efforts, 13 fatally shot over Labor Day weekend Despite Peace Surge efforts, 13 fatally shot over Labor...
          Top cop after violent holiday weekend: 'It's not a police issue, it's a society issue' Top cop after violent holiday weekend: 'It's not a...
          92 deaths, 2,623 bullets: Tracking every Chicago police shooting over 6 years 92 deaths, 2,623 bullets: Tracking every Chicago police...
          After reports of rapid-fire shots, dispatcher asks: 'You wanna hear some more bad news?' After reports of rapid-fire shots, dispatcher asks:...
          Violence is all around, but on this block in Englewood, there's peace Violence is all around, but on this block in Englewood,...
          • New Year's weekend in Chicago more violent than last year

            New Year's weekend in Chicago more violent than last year

            After ending the deadliest year in two decades, Chicago began the new year with a dozen more people shot than during last New Year's weekend.Despite the deployment of hundreds of extra police, 55 people were shot across the city over the holiday weekend and five of them died, according to data...

          • Aurora man in wheelchair shot dead

            Aurora man in wheelchair shot dead

            A 24-year-old Aurora man shot dead Monday in a double shooting on Aurora's Near East Side had been using a wheelchair because of injuries sustained in a 2011 shooting, according to police. Aurora police are investigating what happened near Spring Street and State Street, where the shooting was...

          • Hot neighborhoods poised to see growth among modest home price forecast

            Hot neighborhoods poised to see growth among modest home price forecast

            Chicago homeowners who have been waiting for real estate values to bounce back to the levels they were at before the housing crash probably will continue to be frustrated in 2017, although a couple of hot neighborhoods are poised to see appreciation. On average, home prices in the Chicago area...

          • Plot twists, suspense mark George Lucas' plans for museum in California

            Plot twists, suspense mark George Lucas' plans for museum in California

            George Lucas is no stranger to epic struggles on the big screen, but he didn't expect one off-camera when it came to his art collection. For nearly a decade, the filmmaker has tried to build a museum to house an extensive personal collection that includes 40,000 paintings, illustrations and film-related...

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            • Video shows ambulance ran red light in Naperville crash that hurt 3

              Video shows ambulance ran red light in Naperville crash that hurt 3

              A surveillance video shows an Aurora Fire Department ambulance going through a red traffic light prior to a Tuesday morning crash in Naperville that left two paramedics and a Naperville woman injured. It is not known if the ambulance had its lights and sirens activated at the time of the crash....

            • Woman tied up, groped during home invasion in Bucktown

              Woman tied up, groped during home invasion in Bucktown

              A woman was tied up, robbed and groped during a home invasion in Bucktown late on New Year’s Day, Chicago police said. The woman, 31, was in a residence in the 2100 block of West Concord Place when a man with a gun broke in about 11 p.m. He tied her up, took some of her belongings, fondled her...

            • Two police-involved shootings mark rocky start to 2017 in Chicago

              Two police-involved shootings mark rocky start to 2017 in Chicago

              Less than two days into the new year, authorities already had opened investigations into two separate shootings of unarmed men by Chicago police officers. About two hours after the calendar flipped to 2017 on Sunday, an officer shot a man after a car chase on the Far South Side ended with the suspect...

            • Robbers use social media to target game system buyers on West Side

              Robbers use social media to target game system buyers on West Side

              Three young men robbed people who arranged to meet them through social media to buy video gaming systems in the Lawndale neighborhood last week, Chicago police said. In all three robberies, the victims were robbed of their cellphones and cash after showing up at an address, police said. The robberies...

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              • Man with mental disabilities missing from Rogers Park

                Man with mental disabilities missing from Rogers Park

                A 25-year-old man is missing from a Rogers Park home for people with mental disabilities, according to police. Vincent Barnes was last seen Monday at 3 p.m. He resides at the home in the 2000 block of West Lunt Avenue. According to a news release from police, Barnes has the mental capacity of...

              • 2 teens charged after police plate scanner spots stolen SUV, cops say

                2 teens charged after police plate scanner spots stolen SUV, cops say

                Two teenage boys were caught in a stolen SUV, one of them with two guns, Sunday morning after a license-plate reader being used by officers on patrol in the East Garfield Park area found the SUV had been stolen, police said. The driver of the car, a 17-year-old, was cited as a juvenile with two...

              • Customs system outage delays hundreds of flights, officials say

                Customs system outage delays hundreds of flights, officials say

                U.S. Customs and Border Protection has issued a statement saying a processing system outage caused delays at various airports. The statement says CBP officers continued processing international travelers using "alternative procedures" until the system came back online Monday but waits were longer...

              • 8 wounded in Chicago shootings

                8 wounded in Chicago shootings

                At least eight people have been wounded in Chicago shootings since from Monday morning to early Tuesday, police said, including two people shot within hours of each other on the same West Side block. Most recently, about 12:25 a.m. Tuesday, a 15-year-old boy was shot on the North Austin block where...

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                • Loop trains' delays clearing up after switching problems

                  Loop trains' delays clearing up after switching problems

                  The CTA's Brown, Orange and Green lines were delayed and the Pink Line was rerouted for more than an hour Sunday evening because of switching issues on the Loop elevated, according to the transit agency. CTA personnel were having to operate manually the switches at Tower 18 at Lake and Wells streets...

                • South Elgin wrestling team's gear stolen in van burglary, coach says

                  South Elgin wrestling team's gear stolen in van burglary, coach says

                  A printing company has offered to print and replace the singlets — wresting uniforms — for the South Elgin High School Storm wrestling team after the gear was taken Friday while the team attended a downstate tournament, said coach Mark Cameron. Cameron is still unsure if insurance — the rental...

                • Man stabs mom in money dispute at Broadview home: Prosecutors

                  Man stabs mom in money dispute at Broadview home: Prosecutors

                  A West Side man was denied bond Monday after prosecutors said he stabbed his mother in the neck with a butcher knife at her Broadview home in a dispute over money. James Tillman, 30, of the 5400 block of West Walton Street in the Austin neighborhood, was charged with attempted murder, aggravated...

                • Aurora police investigating fatal New Year's Eve drive-by shooting

                  Aurora police investigating fatal New Year's Eve drive-by shooting

                  A 26-year-old Aurora man was fatally shot in a New Year's Eve drive-by shooting on the city's near southeast side, police said Sunday. Police are seeking information on the death of Andrew Dockery, of the 400 block of Jackson Street. Dockery was standing outside when shots were fired just before...

                • Off-duty officer fatally shoots unarmed man in NW Side confrontation: Cops

                  Off-duty officer fatally shoots unarmed man in NW Side confrontation: Cops

                  An off-duty Chicago police officer Monday fatally shot an unarmed man whom he had previously had a confrontation with, according to Chicago police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, who said he had "more questions than I have answers at this time" about the shooting. It's the second time a man has been...

                • Trump tweets Chicago might need federal help on violence

                  Trump tweets Chicago might need federal help on violence

                  President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter Monday to again draw attention to Chicago's struggles with surging violent crime, this time suggesting that perhaps Mayor Rahm Emanuel should seek help from the federal government. "Chicago murder rate is record setting — 4,331 shooting victims with...

                • 15-year-old girl driving wrong way dies in Loop crash

                  15-year-old girl driving wrong way dies in Loop crash

                  A 15-year-old girl was killed after crashing an SUV into a Loop "L" support beam early Monday, officials said. Just after midnight, emergency crews were called to the 100 block of South Wells Street in the Loop, according to Chicago police. The girl was traveling north on Wells, the wrong way on...

                • Chicago paid 0,000 in 2016 over lawsuits alleging open records violations

                  Chicago paid 0,000 in 2016 over lawsuits alleging open records violations

                  The city of Chicago paid out about 0,000 last year to plaintiffs in lawsuits alleging that officials violated open records law — nearly five times what the city paid in the previous eight years combined. Experts and attorneys said the mounting payouts in Freedom of Information Act cases raise...

                • Woman killed in South Austin hit-and-run crash

                  Woman killed in South Austin hit-and-run crash

                  A woman died after she was injured Monday morning in a hit-and-run crash in the South Austin neighborhood, officials said.  About 6:15 a.m., a driver hit a woman, who is believed to be 45 to 50 years old, in the 5300 block of West Chicago Avenue, police said. The driver of the vehicle then left...

                • At least 12 wounded, including 3 teen boys, in city shootings

                  At least 12 wounded, including 3 teen boys, in city shootings

                  At least 12 people, including three teenage boys, were wounded in separate shootings from about noon New Year's Day to early Monday, police said.  The shootings followed a violent start to the year that left three people dead and 16 others wounded within the first six hours of the day.  One man...

                • President Obama confirms farewell address in Chicago

                  President Obama confirms farewell address in Chicago

                  Ten days before President-elect Donald Trump takes office, President Barack Obama will say goodbye from the same city that launched his political career. The presidential farewell will take place on the evening of Jan. 10 at McCormick Place. In an email sent out Monday morning, Obama said he was...

                • Woman dies in Loop crash

                  Woman dies in Loop crash

                  A woman died early Monday after crashing into a support beam for the CTA's elevated track in the Loop, Chicago police said.  About 12:05 a.m., a woman driving a Nissan Pathfinder was heading north, the wrong direction, in the 100 block of South Wells Street when she crashed into a support beam,...

                • 2 accused of firing shots at off-duty cop's vehicle during attempted carjacking

                  2 accused of firing shots at off-duty cop's vehicle during attempted carjacking

                  A 20-year-old man and a teen boy are accused of firing shots at an off-duty officer before trying to make off with the officer’s car last week, Chicago police said. Colquitt Thomas, 20, is charged with attempted robbery with a firearm. He is being held on 0,000 bail, according to the Cook County...

                • Firefighters rescue 8 people stuck in Gold Coast elevator for 3 hours

                  Firefighters rescue 8 people stuck in Gold Coast elevator for 3 hours

                  Chicago firefighters on Sunday afternoon rescued eight people stuck in an elevator in the Gold Coast, according to officials. Firefighters were dispatched to the 400 block of East Erie Street around 5 p.m. for persons trapped in an elevator on the second floor of a high-rise apartment, according...

                • CBS '60 Minutes' segment covers 6 days, 55 shootings in Chicago

                  CBS '60 Minutes' segment covers 6 days, 55 shootings in Chicago

                  Chicago's struggles with gun violence once again made national news on Sunday night as a CBS "60 Minutes" segment spotlighted the city's deadliest year in two decades. On Sunday evening, "60 Minutes" aired a segment titled "Crisis in Chicago," in which correspondent Bill Whitaker delves into the...

                • Car chase leads to 2017's first officer-involved shooting

                  Car chase leads to 2017's first officer-involved shooting

                  A Chicago police officer responding to a car chase on the Far South Side shot a man who wouldn't comply, police Superintendent Eddie Johnson announced Sunday. Around 2:20 a.m., officers tried to pull over a Hyundai that ignored a stop sign in the 12000 block of South State Street. Once the officers...

                • First new babies of 2017 arrive in Chicago area

                  First new babies of 2017 arrive in Chicago area

                  The new year brought new babies to the Chicago area. Savannah Zwolen arrived at 12:31 a.m. at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, according to medical center spokeswoman Kate Eller. Savannah, born to Paulina and Tomasz Zwolen, who live on Chicago's Southwest Side, weighed 4 pounds, 2 ounces...

                • Man dies after being rescued from Lake Michigan early New Year's Day

                  Man dies after being rescued from Lake Michigan early New Year's Day

                  A 50-year-old man died while swimming in Lake Michigan on New Year's Day, fire officials who retrieved the man from the water said. The man, whose name hasn’t been released, was wearing some type of rubberized suit, a Chicago Fire Department spokesman said. Dispatchers first got a call about 2:45...

                • More than a dozen sickened by carbon monoxide in Cicero

                  More than a dozen sickened by carbon monoxide in Cicero

                  Thirteen people in Cicero reported feeling sick from carbon monoxide on Sunday morning, according to a town spokesman. Fire units responded to the 5300 block of West 30th Place about 10:05 a.m. and found a "severe problem," spokesman Ray Hanania said. Some residents reported smelling gas, but all...

                • Man charged with firing handgun into air to celebrate new year in Wadsworth

                  Man charged with firing handgun into air to celebrate new year in Wadsworth

                  A Waukegan man was charged with unlawful use of a weapon early Sunday for allegedly firing a handgun into the air after the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve in Wadsworth, according the to Lake County sheriff's office. Sheriff's officials said in a statement that deputies responded to reports...

                • 2016 ends with 762 homicides; 2017 opens with fatal Uptown gunfight

                  2016 ends with 762 homicides; 2017 opens with fatal Uptown gunfight

                  An argument between two men at an Uptown bar in the early hours of Jan. 1 ended with the two shooting at one another, leaving both dead. Their deaths ushered in the new year, marking the first and second homicides of 2017 and keeping up 2016’s soaring pace of violence. By the time police were dispatched...

                • 2017 opens with 3 killed, 16 wounded after violent 2016 has its last homicide on New Year's Eve

                  2017 opens with 3 killed, 16 wounded after violent 2016 has its last homicide on New Year's Eve

                  Three people were killed and 16 others were wounded during the first six hours of the year as the city ended a year that brought levels of violence that had not been seen in the city since the 1990s.  In total, four people were killed and 25 other people were wounded in separate shootings from...

                • Englewood man accused of abusing 2 girls

                  Englewood man accused of abusing 2 girls

                  An Englewood man was ordered held in lieu of million bail Saturday after prosecutors say he sexually assaulted two girls multiple times. Samuel Harrell, 37, of the 6200 block of South Bishop Street, appeared in bond court at the Leighton Criminal Court Building where Judge Laura Marie Sullivan...

                • Loved ones of people killed in 2016 carry more than 750 crosses down Magnificent Mile

                  Loved ones of people killed in 2016 carry more than 750 crosses down Magnificent Mile

                  The crosses were heavy. Each one was about 4 feet tall, formed from two hefty wooden planks nailed together. A name was scribbled on each one. And an age. And a number. Like Madison Watson, 4 years old, No. 456. Or Donald Carter Brunson, 28 years old, No. 522. Each cross was for one of the more...

                • No injuries after underground electrical explosion in Gold Coast

                  No injuries after underground electrical explosion in Gold Coast

                  No one was injured, but two underground electrical explosions shook passersby on the Gold Coast on Saturday. The explosions occurred in two vaults below street level at 55 E. Oak St. and 49 E. Oak St. about 4:40 p.m., said Cmdr. Curtis Hudson. No one was injured, said Hudson, who added plumes of...

                • Woman, 52, dead, another woman critical after Far South Side stabbing

                  Woman, 52, dead, another woman critical after Far South Side stabbing

                  A 52-year-old woman was killed and a 30-year-old woman was critically injured during a domestic-related stabbing in the Far South Side's Princeton Park neighborhood Saturday afternoon. The attack happened about 2 p.m. in the 9300 block of South Wentworth Avenue, police said. The 52-year-old woman...

                • West Garfield Park church youth pay tribute to tradition and victims of violence

                  West Garfield Park church youth pay tribute to tradition and victims of violence

                  At New Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church in West Garfield Park, worshippers will assemble Saturday — as many black church congregations do on New Year's Eve — to commemorate the promise of a new year. Called Watch Night, the New Year's Eve tradition dates to Dec. 31, 1862, when slaves gathered...

                • Woman, 47, went missing 4 days ago on South Side

                  Woman, 47, went missing 4 days ago on South Side

                  Police are asking for help locating a woman who was last seen four days ago in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood. Felicia Moore, 47, was last seen Dec. 28 in the area of the 7100 block of South Jeffery Boulevard. She was wearing a blue T-shirt, dark blue shorts with beige leggings and gray flip-flops,...

                • 5 officers injured in Grand Crossing crash

                  5 officers injured in Grand Crossing crash

                  Five officers were injured early Saturday after two police vehicles collided while responding to a call of officers who needed help, Chicago police said.  The two officers who needed help were trying to arrest someone who had been involved in a crash in the 7400 block of South Kingston Avenue in...

                • Gunfire erupts at robbery on South Side, one of 10 shootings in Chicago

                  Gunfire erupts at robbery on South Side, one of 10 shootings in Chicago

                  Four people were killed, including a 64-year-old man, and eight other people were wounded in shootings from Friday to Saturday morning in Chicago, police said.  One man was killed and another man was wounded when gunfire erupted during a robbery in the East Chatham neighborhood on the South Side...

                • Bison mania hits 95 miles west of Chicago as herd continues to grow

                  Bison mania hits 95 miles west of Chicago as herd continues to grow

                  Once while Bernie Buchholz was on his hands and knees deeply engaged in his restoration work at Nachusa Grasslands, something caught his eye and he looked up. Staring back at him a few yards away was a 1,700-pound bison bull. "It's not so much frightening as it is presence-building," Buchholz said...

                • CTA announces deal with unions to extend jobs program for felons

                  CTA announces deal with unions to extend jobs program for felons

                  The CTA announced a tentative agreement Friday with two unions to extend a job program for felons. The Second Chance program, which provides temporary jobs cleaning buses and trains to felons, was set to end Saturday amid a contract dispute with the rail and bus unions. The specifics of the tentative...

                • Officials: Man shot in South Austin on Wednesday dies next day

                  Officials: Man shot in South Austin on Wednesday dies next day

                  A man who was shot and critically injured Wednesday on the West Side has died, police said. Yuri Hardy, 19, of the 5000 block of West Congress Parkway, was pronounced dead at 1:14 a.m. Thursday at Mount Sinai Hospital, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. Hardy was walking south...

                • William Hanhardt, former Chicago police official convicted of running jewelry theft ring, dies at 88

                  William Hanhardt, former Chicago police official convicted of running jewelry theft ring, dies at 88

                  William Hanhardt, a once-heralded cop who became the highest ranking Chicago police official convicted of wrongdoing for running a sophisticated crew of jewelry thieves who stole millions, died early Friday. He was 88. Hanhardt, of north suburban Deerfield, died about 3 a.m. at Highland Park Hospital...

                • Woman sentenced in her husband's 1979 killing, but hunt continues for shooters

                  Woman sentenced in her husband's 1979 killing, but hunt continues for shooters

                  This week's sentencing of a woman who plotted to have her husband killed nearly four decades ago in the basement of their spacious Inverness home did not bring an end to the murder case. The hunt continues for the two men who carried out the shooting death of Carl Gaimari during a staged home invasion...

                • Obama planning Jan. 10 farewell speech in Chicago

                  Obama planning Jan. 10 farewell speech in Chicago

                  President Barack Obama will give his farewell speech Jan. 10 in Chicago. Coming 10 days before President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in as Democrats cede the White House to Republicans, Obama's hometown address is expected to serve as his closing words to the nation as president. The appearance...

                • Chicago Park District offers free week at fitness centers

                  Chicago Park District offers free week at fitness centers

                  Losing weight or exercising more — or even running in the Chicago Marathon if you're really ambitious — is often top of mind when coming up with New year's resolutions. And keeping with tradition, the Chicago Park District is inviting residents to try out its fitness centers and classes for one...

                • Research shows stress leads to prematurely gray dogs

                  Research shows stress leads to prematurely gray dogs

                  Few would dispute that the stress of 2016 likely led to premature gray hair in humans. Now comes research, conducted in part by Northern Illinois University, showing that stress in dogs can turn them prematurely gray, too. The research, published in the December issue of Applied Animal Behaviour...

                • Man charged with false unemployment claims in Illinois, 2 other states

                  Man charged with false unemployment claims in Illinois, 2 other states

                  A California man has been charged with setting up fake businesses in three states, then using names taken from temporary visas issued to student visitors on a cultural exchange to obtain more than 5,000 in unemployment benefits for nonexistent workers, federal prosecutors in Iowa said in court...

                • Christian university marching band from Illinois in Trump parade

                  Christian university marching band from Illinois in Trump parade

                  The Tiger Marching Band from Olivet Nazarene University will perform in the inaugural parade Jan. 20 after President-elect Donald Trump takes office, it was announced Friday. The Illinois school was among 40 organizations on an initial list of parade participants named by the Presidential Inaugural...

                • Prosecutors: Chicago man charged in killing of teenage girl he met online

                  Prosecutors: Chicago man charged in killing of teenage girl he met online

                  A Chicago man tried to negotiate for free sex with a 16-year-old girl he met through an ad for escorts, prosecutors say, before killing her on Christmas Eve in Markham. On Friday, a Cook County judge denied bail for Antonio Rosales, 32, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Desiree...

                • 6 taken to hospitals following Cabrini-Green wreck

                  6 taken to hospitals following Cabrini-Green wreck

                  Six people were taken to hospitals after a traffic crash in the Cabrini-Green neighborhood Friday afternoon. The crash happened about 1:40 p.m. at West Division Street and North Clybourn Avenue, according to the Chicago Fire department. Three people -- two in serious condition and one in fair condition...

                • Pence's Chicago fundraiser met by protesters

                  Pence's Chicago fundraiser met by protesters

                  Vice President-elect Mike Pence appeared at a Chicago fundraiser Friday where the Illinois GOP hoped to raise as much as million for the Republican National Committee. On the host committee for the ,700-per-ticket fundraiser were some of Illinois' most prominent Republicans, including Gov....

                • Garry McCarthy tells '60 Minutes' that Chicago Police Department is in 'crisis'

                  Garry McCarthy tells '60 Minutes' that Chicago Police Department is in 'crisis'

                  Another day, another Garry McCarthy interview laying into the tactics of the Chicago Police Department. This time, it's for a national audience. And the former police superintendent again doesn't hold back, telling CBS's "60 Minutes" that the city's police are in a "crisis." Due to be broadcast...

                • A suburban Milwaukee mall Santa did not beat up child molester with help of elves. That's fake.

                  A suburban Milwaukee mall Santa did not beat up child molester with help of elves. That's fake.

                  Fact check: A widely shared story about a suburban Milwaukee mall Santa Claus beating up a child molester is false. The story claimed a young girl confided in Santa at the Southridge Mall in Greendale, Wisconsin, that she wanted "her stepdad to stop touching her at night." The story said the Santa...

                • Firefighter hurt at extra-alarm fire on West Side

                  Firefighter hurt at extra-alarm fire on West Side

                  A firefighter was slightly hurt when crews were called to an extra-alarm fire in an East Garfield Park home Friday morning, officials said.The firefighter suffered a cut to his right hand and was taken in good condition to Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center, the Fire Department said.The fire...

                • Stopgap budget set to expire, returning Rauner-Madigan standoff to where it was last summer

                  Stopgap budget expires this weekend as Rauner-Madigan standoff continues

                  A stopgap budget expires Sunday, and with it state government funding for public universities, social service agencies that provide care for the elderly and disabled, and day-to-day expenses such as electricity for buildings.

                • Chicago penthouses were hot in 2016. What does luxury real estate have in store for 2017?

                  Chicago penthouses were hot in 2016. What does luxury real estate have in store for 2017?

                  With 2016 drawing to a close, it's a good time to look back on some of the Chicago area's biggest residential real estate transactions of the year — and to take a look at what might be on tap for 2017. The biggest deals in the city The Chicago area didn't have as many million-plus sales in...

                • Police seek 2 men believed to have stolen car in Chicago, robbed store in Wisconsin

                  Police seek 2 men believed to have stolen car in Chicago, robbed store in Wisconsin

                  Police in Wisconsin have released surveillance photos of two men they say stole a car from the South Side of Chicago and drove to a town just west of Milwaukee where they robbed a pharmacy at gunpoint.The photos show people inside Swan Pharmacy in Wauwatosa taking cover as the men entered the store...

                • In the rush to close institutions, Illinois glossed over serious problems in group homes

                  In the rush to close institutions, Illinois glossed over serious problems in group homes

                  It began with an auction of people with disabilities. Under Gov. Pat Quinn, Illinois attempted to save money by transitioning people from institutions to group homes, but the state ignored evidence that those homes were underfunded, understaffed and unprepared to care for people with complex needs.

                • Wisconsin's Wilmot Mountain ups its game after  million renovation

                  Wisconsin's Wilmot Mountain ups its game after million renovation

                  One of my most memorable ski experiences didn't come while whooshing down the mountains of Aspen or cruising the jagged peaks of Jackson Hole. It was standing in line in Wisconsin. It was five or so years ago after a fresh snow, and I'd driven about 90 minutes to Wilmot Mountain, the ski area that...

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