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Man arrested After Barricade in Crystal Lake Home


Created: Sat, Feb 22 2020 09:11:09 AM

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A man was arrested after barricading himself inside a bathroom with a knife during a burglary Friday in northwest suburban Crystal Lake. Authorities were called at 4:29 p.m. for reports of the burglary in the 500 block of Darlington Lane in Crystal Lake, according to a statement from Crystal Lake police. Officers arrived to find 24-year-old Matthew R. Reder inside...

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Suspect Arrested After Fatal Stabbing Near West Town Bar


Created: Sat, Feb 22 2020 08:59:40 AM

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One person was arrested after a 23-year-old man was stabbed to death Friday in West Town. The 23-year-old was arguing with another man, 30, about 11:23 p.m. in the 400 block of North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago police said. The older man stabbed the younger man multiple times in the arm, neck and back. The younger man was taken to Stroger...

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‘It Was Total Chaos:’ Witnesses Describe Scene of West Loop SUV and Pedestrian Crash


Created: Sat, Feb 22 2020 02:14:59 AM

Author: Natalie Martinez

Witnesses on Friday afternoon recounted the terrifying moments an SUV plowed into three pedestrians in Chicago’s West Loop. The incident happened at around 4:30 p.m. near Randolph and Halsted streets. According to police, the driver of a black Hyundai Santa Fe was traveling southbound on Halsted when he tried to make a green light, swerved out of control and struck...

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Man Convicted of Starved Rock Killing Arrives at Chicago Rehab Facility


Created: Sat, Feb 22 2020 01:51:20 AM

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An 80-year-old man, who spent nearly 60 years in prison after being convicted of killing one of three women whose brutalized bodies were found at Starved Rock State Park in LaSalle County, arrived at a Chicago rehab center Friday in the hours following his release from prison. Chester Weger emerged from Pinckneyville Correctional Center Friday morning, still insisting he was innocent...

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Chicago Man, 62, Charged With Paying Teen to Send Explicit Videos on WhatsApp: Officials


Created: Sat, Feb 22 2020 01:26:35 AM

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A 62-year-old man from Chicago faces a federal child pornography charge after allegedly paying a teen to send him sexually explicit videos of herself. High B. Fowler is charged with a count of production of child porn for soliciting sexually explicit images and video from a 16-year-old girl, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Northern Illinois District. In...

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3 Pedestrians, Driver Injured in West Loop Crash


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 10:43:56 PM

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Three pedestrians were injured after an SUV hit them at a “high speed” Friday afternoon in Chicago’s West Loop, fire officials confirmed. The incident happened at around 4:30 p.m. near Randolph and Halsted streets. According to police, the driver of a black Hyundai Santa Fe was traveling southbound on Halsted when he tried to make a green light, swerved out-...

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Four Nights of Closures, Full Stops Begin Saturday at Jane Byrne Interchange


Created: Sat, Feb 22 2020 01:18:48 AM

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Four nights of lane closures, along with 15-minute full expressway stops, are set for Saturday on the Jane Byrne Interchange. New ramp beams will be installed at the interchange as part of the ongoing Byrne reconstruction. At 10 p.m. Saturday, inbound lanes of the Kennedy Expressway will be reduced to one lane between Chicago Avenue and Harrison Street, and again...

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NBC 5 Investigates Tracked 110 Carjackings in Chicago Over the First 7 Weeks of 2020


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 09:47:40 PM

Author: Katy Smyser

NBC 5 Investigates has found that with the recent increase of car hijackings in January and February of 2020 Chicago is on pace to see 750-800 carjackings this year – an increase from the past few years. We’ve created an interactive map, showing everywhere that people have been carjacked in Chicago between Jan. 1 and Feb. 20. NBC 5 Investigates...

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Chicago’s Weather Forecast: Clear, Breezy and Cold


Created: Mon, Mar 13 2017 04:23:22 PM

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Check out the detailed NBC 5 weather forecast.

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Yes, Blagojevich Can Vote in Illinois After Prison Release, But Will He?


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 11:37:46 PM

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Can ex-governor Rod Blagojevich vote? He can and he will. According to the Chicago Board of Elections, Blagojevich will in fact be eligible to vote in the city following his release from prison this week. Blagojevich had been unsure in earlier press conferences if he would be allowed to vote as an ex-con, but Chicago Board of Elections spokesman Jim...

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Watch: Rod Blagojevich’s 1-on-1 Interview With NBC 5


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 07:25:20 PM

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Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich joined NBC 5 Political Reporter Mary Ann Ahern for a live one-on-one interview Friday afternoon. Watch the full interview in the players below.

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Chicago’s Lincoln Park High School Removes Another Staffer


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 11:14:15 PM

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A Chicago high school that last month fired two top leaders amid sexual misconduct investigations into the basketball teams has removed another staff member following an alleged altercation with a student. Jerryelyn Jones, an administrator-in-charge at Lincoln Park High School, sent parents a letter Thursday informing them about the removal of the temporary staffer. A CPS spokeswoman declined to answer...

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Chicago Police Addressing Uptick in Carjackings by Reassembling Task Force


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 10:36:11 PM

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The Chicago Police Department announced Friday it is reassembling a task force to combat an uptick in carjackings, which have increased 75% year-to-date. At a news conference Friday afternoon, First Deputy Superintendent Anthony Riccio said the department was faced with the same challenge in 2018, and responded by creating a multi-agency law enforcement task force comprised of local, state and...

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Ravinia Announces Several Artists in 2020 Summer Lineup


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 10:05:32 PM

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Ravinia has released a sample of its 2020 lineup ahead of the popular music venue’s summer concert announcement. Among the major artists performing at the outdoor suburban Chicago venue are John Legend, Jesse & Joy, Andrew Bird, Calexico, Iron & Wine, Train, The Beach Boys and The Australian Pink Floyd Show. The artists are part of a series of summer...

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Man Convicted in Starved Rock Triple-Killing Freed From Prison After 59 Years


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 03:37:14 PM

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 An 80-year-old man who spent nearly 60 years in prison after being convicted of killing one of three suburban Chicago women whose brutalized bodies were found in a state park walked out of prison Friday. Chester Weger emerged from Pinckneyville Correctional Center much older than when he was sent to prison in 1961, but he was the same in one...

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9 Races to Watch in Illinois’ Primary Election


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 08:08:46 PM

Author: Shelby Bremer

Illinois' primary Election Day falls on March 17, when voters will head to the polls to cast their ballots in several big races. Here are a few big contests to keep an eye on as results roll in —

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Police: Indiana Couple Drove Boys With Trump Flags Off Road


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 07:55:50 PM

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A northwestern Indiana couple allegedly drove two teenage boys off a roadway they were riding along with flags supporting President Donald Trump attached to their bicycles, police said Friday. Hobart police said Snapchat videos helped officers secure charges against Kyren Gregory Perry-Jones, 23, and Cailyn Marie Smith, 18, in connection with a July 22 incident. Police Capt. James Gonzales said...

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McDonald’s Unveils Quarter Pounder-Scented Candles


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 04:17:51 PM

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For the burger lover who has everything, McDonald's created Quarter Pounder-scented candles, coming soon to the chain's online merchandise store.

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5 Charged in Mag Mile H&M Theft Where Suspects Ran Through Red Line Tunnel


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 06:56:53 PM

Author: Chicago Sun-Times

Charges have been filed against five people who allegedly stole clothes from an H&M store on the Magnificent Mile Thursday and ran through a CTA Red Line tunnel toward Division Street, where officers arrested them. Two juvenile boys, 15 and 16, and three 18-year-old men each face a felony count of retail theft over $300 and a misdemeanor count of...

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SWAT Officers to Start Riding CTA Trains Amid Spike in Crime


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 06:52:42 PM

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Chicago police SWAT team officers will start patrolling CTA trains to get a handle on rising mass transit violence, interim Police Supt. Charlie Beck announced Friday. Beck and Mayor Lori Lightfoot are expected to unveil a more extensive CTA security plan next week. The announcement comes after a recent wave of crime at CTA stations. On Thursday, a 23-year-old man...

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Got a Weather Question? Join Our Live Weekly Chat With Meteorologist Paul Deanno


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 06:44:32 PM

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Welcome to NBC 5’s Weekly Weather Chat! From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Fridays, meteorologist Paul Deanno will answer your questions about weather. Consider it like having your own personal meteorologist: Need weather guidance on an outdoor event, wedding or soccer game? Want to know about much snow or sunshine we’ll see in the Chicago area this weekend? Ask...

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Victims of Carbon Monoxide Illnesses Call on Hotels, Motels to Step Up Safety Procedures


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 04:22:36 AM

Author: Lisa Parker and Robin Green

Chicago rapper and songwriter Luke Gawne and his girlfriend, Erica Fumo, say they know firsthand how dangerous exposure to carbon monoxide can be, after a frightening close call at The Waldorf Astoria Chicago last November. The couple says they fell violently ill hours after checking into the 5-star hotel. “And I remember saying to her ‘my heart feels like it’s...

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Chicago Police to Roll Out Plan to Combat Crime on CTA


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 03:47:38 PM

Author: Lisa Chavarria

Chicago police said Thursday that city officials will make a formal announcement in the coming days on law enforcement's response to high-profile cases of violence on Chicago Transit Authority trains and tunnels.

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Carjacking, Attempted Carjacking Reported in River North: Police


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 11:54:54 AM

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Chicago police are investigating a carjacking and an attempted carjacking that happened within hours of each other late Thursday, just blocks apart in the city's River North neighborhood.

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Tips for Getting Around Chicago This Weekend


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:56:49 PM

Author: Kye Martin

Four CTA stations are closed Feb. 22 and 23, but first – a few notes on some closures announced by the Illinois Department of Transportation. IDOT says starting Monday, the Canfield off-ramp from the outbound Kennedy Expressway will close for improvements for about six months. This is in the area out near O’Hare International Airport where there is a major...

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Jimmy Buffett Coming Back to Chicago This Summer


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 03:18:43 PM

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Calling all parrotheads. Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band have announced plans to return to Chicago this summer as part of Jimmy Buffett’s Slack Tide Tour 2020. The show will take place at the United Center on July 18. It will mark the first time he has played at the venue. “We are thrilled to welcome Jimmy Buffett &...

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Illinois Restricts How Students Are Secluded and Restrained


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:56:08 PM

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The Illinois State Board of Education voted unanimously to adopt the state's most restrictive permanent rules that ban the use of locked seclusion rooms and prohibit schools from using prone restraint.

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GOP Says Pritzker Tying School Funding to Tax Vote Is ‘Shameful’


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:47:04 PM

Author: John O'Connor

Republicans on Thursday called it “shameful” that Gov. J.B. Pritzker is floating a budget plan that ties more than 40% of promised education funding to voter approval of his coveted tax-structure overhaul.

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Monk, Bridges Lead Hornets Over Cold-shooting Bulls, 103-93


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:30:25 PM

Author: Jared Wyllys

Malik Monk scored 25 points, Miles Bridges added 22 and the Charlotte Hornets hung on to beat the cold-shooting Chicago Bulls 103-93 on Thursday night.

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TV Analyst? Spokesman? Freed Ex-governor Goes Job Hunting


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:19:42 AM

Author: Michael Tarm

An ex-governor and ex-con, with strong speaking skills and good hair is seeking employment

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5 People, Including 2 CPD Officers, Hurt in Grand Crossing Crash


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 03:49:37 AM

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At least five people were hurt on Thursday when a vehicle crashed into an unmarked Chicago police squad car during a police pursuit, authorities said. According to police, officers were attempting to pull over a vehicle in the 1200 block of East 75th Street at approximately 8:40 p.m. when the vehicle attempted to flee the scene. Officers followed the vehicle....

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Rash of Thefts Reported Across Chicago in Matter of Hours Wednesday


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 11:59:44 PM

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Chicago police are investigating a string of high-profile crimes across the city, with thieves hitting high-end retailers and stealing expensive vehicles in several neighborhoods in a matter of hours. In one of the robberies, several suspects in masks stormed into the Louis Vuitton store in the 900 block of North Michigan Avenue on Thursday morning. After telling store employees they...

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Alleged Gunman in Fatal CTA Tunnel Shooting Arrested in Oak Park


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 09:34:01 PM

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NOTE: Chicago police originally reported the suspect had been arrested in Oak Brook. The department subsequently corrected the record to indicate the suspect was arrested in Oak Park. A man has been charged in connection with the triple shooting on the CTA Monday that left a man dead and two others wounded. Torrez Cathery, 23, was arrested in west suburban...

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Thieves From Mag Mile H&M Arrested After Fleeing Onto Red Line Tracks


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 10:01:01 PM

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Five alleged thieves were arrested Thursday after running with merchandise from a Mag Mile H&M clothing store onto CTA Red Lines tracks, only to be met by officers were waiting at the next station. Officers were called to a theft about 11:30 a.m. in the 600 block of North Michigan Avenue and were told that several suspects ran to the...

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Prom, Wedding Dress Production Impacted by Coronavirus


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:40:15 AM

Author: Chris Coffey

The ongoing coronavirus outbreak in China may have an impact on your upcoming prom or wedding day, according to experts. China manufacturers many of the bridal gowns and prom dresses sold in the United States.  Production of the dresses has come to a standstill, due to the concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak. “There’s no one there taking the orders, let...

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Firefighter, Man Whose Life He Saved at Wrigley Field Reunite to Share Their Harrowing Story


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 09:57:44 PM

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An ordinary day at the ballpark turned into a harrowing fight for survival for one Chicago Cubs fan last summer, and this week he reunited with the man who saved his life on that fateful day. During the Cubs’ Aug. 5 game against the Oakland A’s, John Ginino was sitting in the stands at the Friendly Confines when he suddenly...

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Man Faces Attempted Murder Charges After Aurora Police Chase, Crash


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 02:04:08 AM

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A passenger in a vehicle that was the subject of a police chase in suburban Aurora Wednesday is facing attempted murder charges in connection with a shooting that led to the pursuit, officials announced Thursday evening. Police also said that the driver of the vehicle, 24-year-old Erik Esparza of Aurora, was killed in the crash that occurred after police terminated...

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Mother, Son Charged With Dealing THC Edibles Out of Northwest Indiana Home


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:32:33 AM

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A mother and her son have been charged with distributing marijuana, edibles and other drugs from their home in northwest Indiana. Angelos Lujano, 19 and Irene Botello, 35, each face felony charges of dealing controlled substances and drug possession, the Lake County sheriff’s office said in a statement. The sheriff’s office said an eight-month investigation led them to a home...

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2 New Cases of Legionnaires’ Disease Reported at Vernon Hills Senior Home


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:22:31 AM

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Two new cases of Legionnaires’ disease have been reported at a senior home in north suburban Vernon Hills, bringing the total to five, including one previous fatal case. The cases of the severe respiratory disease were first reported to health officials Feb. 3 at Brookdale Senior Living, 145 N. Milwaukee Ave., according to the Lake County Health Department. A spokesperson...

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White Sox’s Rick Renteria Gets a Full Shot at Turning Team Around


Created: Fri, Feb 21 2020 12:05:28 AM

Author: Jack Thompson

Chicago White Sox manager Rick Renteria is not new to rebuilding situations

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Jason Kipnis Chasing Cubs’ 2nd Base Job, Mentoring Nico Hoerner


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 11:25:28 PM

Author: Brian M. Bergner Jr.

Jason Kipnis joined the Chicago Cubs this spring for a shot at the second base job

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Abandoned Dog Recovering After Found in Trash Bag in Willow Springs


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 05:30:00 PM

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A dog named Vinny is recovering, but is still “extremely underweight and frightened,” after he was found Monday abandoned in a trash bag on the side of the road in southwest suburban Willow Springs, authorities say. The pit bull was found “cold and severely dehydrated” in a double-bagged trash bag on Forest Avenue, just north of 87th Street in the...

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Man Robbed of Canada Goose Jacket on Michigan Avenue


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 04:40:44 PM

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A gunman robbed a man of his Canada Goose jacket along Michigan Avenue late Wednesday evening, according to police. The 42-year-old man was walking on the sidewalk around 10 p.m. in the 200 block of South Michigan Avenue when an armed man came up from behind and demanded his coat, authorities said. “All of a sudden someone jumped from a...

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Blackhawks Trade Deadline Preview: 5 Players to Watch


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 10:53:47 PM

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With the Chicago Blackhawks still eight points out of the second wild card spot in the Western Conference with 22 games left to play, Monday’s trade deadline will likely see the team in sell-mode rather than trying to bring in players for the stretch run. The Blackhawks, who are 2-6-2 in their last 10 games and have lost seven of...

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Masked Men Rob Louis Vuitton on Mag Mile


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 10:43:49 PM

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At least two masked men robbed a Mag Mile Louis Vuitton store Thursday and were tracked by GPS to the Bronzeville neighborhood, where they found a parked car with several handbags inside. The suspects held up the store about 12:15 p.m. in the 900 block of North Michigan Avenue and implied they were armed, grabbing about eight handbags before running...

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Casey Urlacher Faces Charges in Connection to Illegal Offshore Sports Gambling Ring


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 10:32:49 PM

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Casey Urlacher, the brother of former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, was one of 10 individuals named in a federal grand jury indictment Thursday, accused of helping to run an illegal offshore gambling business. Urlacher is accused of recruiting bettors for the website UncleMickSports.com in exchange for a cut of their eventual gambling losses. Urlacher is currently serving as the...

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Custer Fair Moving to Indiana After Dispute With Evanston


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 10:26:40 PM

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A suburban Chicago arts festival that’s been held for nearly a half-century is moving to northwestern Indiana following a dispute with Evanston officials

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Horrifying Allegations Revealed in Sexual Assault of Girl, 3, at Chicago McDonald’s


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 07:53:58 PM

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Warning: Details in this story are disturbing and may be difficult to read for some viewers. Prosecutors revealed horrifying details in the sexual assault of a 3-year-old girl at a McDonald’s restaurant in Chicago last week. The man accused in the assault, who has a long criminal history and was released on parole last month following a burglary conviction, has...

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Don’t Need a Real ID? Reconsider Applying For One, Illinois Officials Say


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 07:58:34 PM

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While state of Illinois officials feel “cautiously optimistic” about making the Oct. 1 deadline for residents to get a Real ID, a Secretary of State’s Office spokesman said the office encourages anyone who doesn’t need the ID to reconsider applying for it. “If you have a passport or a military ID, you don’t need a Real ID,” said Dave Drucker,...

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Fired Chicago Police Superintendent Getting $190K Pension


Created: Thu, Feb 20 2020 06:56:03 PM

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A report says Chicago's fired police superintendent is receiving a monthly pension of more than $15,800

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