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Aldermen held another hearing Tuesday morning on reports of sexual harassment at two Ford Motor Company plants in Chicago, and how those complaints were handled. [Read More]
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A suburban high school thinks it can help provide highly trained workers if the "HQ2" lands here. [Read More]
"Our future's really, really bright," Paxson says. [Read More]
The death of a young boy in the Little Village neighborhood is being investigated as a homicide. [Read More]
Despite releasing Jerrell Freeman, the Bears still should be set at inside linebacker. [Read More]
Niles North High School is evacuating after receiving some an undisclosed threat, police said. [Read More]
Jeanne Ives is lashing out at Gov. Bruce Rauner over new cases of Legionnaires' Disease at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. [Read More]
The Wheaton City Council turned down a substance abuse center that wanted to open an in- and out-patient center in the western suburb. [Read More]
A mayday call went out while firefighters were responding to a fire in a 3-story apartment building at 43rd and King. [Read More]
Alderman Quinn hadn't been seen in public much since his brother was fired for sexually harassing a campaign worker working for Speaker Mike Madigan's political... [Read More]
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"I want to bring that energy that needs to be brought every day," Rizzo says. [Read More]
Some high school students walked out of their buildings at noon Wednesday as part of a nationwide show of solidarity. [Read More]
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The Blackhawks are now a longshot to make the playoffs, which means Crawford's season could be over. [Read More]
With flooding still an issue in the Chicago area, Friends of the Chicago River is urging everyone to watch how much water they use. [Read More]
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Baseball is increasingly a younger man's game, and teams would rather pay for what someone else might do than for what you already may have... [Read More]
As water continues to rise in the wake of heavy rains and melting snow, flooding could have been much worse for some Chicago-area residents. [Read More]
With the history of injuries at outside linebacker, the Bears could be looking to sign a veteran in free agency. [Read More]
City officials said the mandatory evacuation order affects homes south of the Illinois & Michigan Canal, and east of Main Street. [Read More]
Graham, who had been battling Parkinson's disease, was found dead Tuesday morning at his home in North Carolina. [Read More]
Flood warnings and advisories remained in effect for many Chicago area rivers Wednesday morning, as water continued to rise in the wake of heavy rains... [Read More]
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