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The woman accused of burning five children at a North Side daycare last year was found innocent Wednesday. She sat down exclusively with NBC 5... [Read More]
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Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson is aiming to cut back on violence over the Labor Day weekend by beefing up patrols across the city. [Read More]
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Nearly a week after the city's deadliest fire in decades, six of the victims of the tragic blaze will be laid to rest on Saturday. [Read More]
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A West Side teenager was playing basketball two years ago when a bullet nearly ended his life. Now, as he prepares for his senior season,... [Read More]
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Police reports and the Cook County Medical Examiner both ruled the death of teen Steven Rosenthal a suicide, but family members and residents aren't convinced... [Read More]
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Holding on to a photo of her daughter Thursday, Pamela Boler begged police to find the person who killed her. [Read More]
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When Mike Juhasz walked into the Bank of America on East 95th Street to do his monthly business, he never imagined he'd walk out a... [Read More]
With just months to live, a Melrose Park woman is fighting for her health and to keep the life she knows and loves. After being... [Read More]
If it's Friday night and the summertime, you'd likely find Tim Erjavac at the racetrack. [Read More]
A brutal attack left a concertgoer seriously injured after she says she was beaten outside of the House of Blues on Sunday night, with security... [Read More]
Large pipes, deep holes and road closures in Evanston and Skokie illustrate what some neighbors are dealing with regualrly because of neighboring suburbs buying water... [Read More]
Missouri's Republican-led Legislature approved tax cuts for both individuals and corporations Friday and sent a gas-tax hike to voters, just hours before the end of... [Read More]
A Glendale woman is dealing with repeated plumbing problems in her rented apartment and wants answers from management. [Read More]
A Glendale woman is dealing with repeated plumbing problems in her rented apartment and wants answers from management. [Read More]
The City of Glendale plans to vote on adding a permanent American flag to the top of Thunderbird Mountain. ... [Read More]
The City of Glendale plans to vote on adding a permanent American flag to the top of Thunderbird Mountain. ... [Read More]
Residents of Cave Creek say the city is starting to have a serious problem with speeders zipping straight through their city. [Read More]
Neighbors are asking for help dealing with a pond that continues to dry out at the Club West Golf Club in Phoenix. As the pond... [Read More]
The Phoenix Fire Department is educating its crews on fighting lithium-ion battery fires. ... [Read More]
Despite 38 years and 800 wins, Horizon High School's baseball coach has been removed from his position a year prior to his contract ending. ... [Read More]
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