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10:05 AM - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
4 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
The NFL and its union announced agreement on "improvements" to the policy on performance enhancing drugs that includes testing for human growth hormone, neutral arbitration for appeals and will return three previously suspended players back to . . .
5 hour ago - Chicago Breaking News / Susan Berger
Carly Rousso, the Highland Park woman found guilty of aggravated DUI in a "huffing" crash that killed a 5-year-old girl, is due to be sentenced today.
5 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
The NFL Players Association announced tonight it is appealing the suspension of former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.
4 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has been placed on the NFL's exempt list, which bars him from all team activities until his child-abuse case is resolved, the team said early Wednesday morning.
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4 hour ago - Chicago Breaking News
A Geneva man has contracted West Nile virus in Kane County's first reported human case since 2012, county health officials said Wednesday.
15 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
The officer responsible for monitoring a 17-year-old, who is charged with sexually assaulting a pregnant woman, has been temporarily suspended.
9/16/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
A home in northwest suburban Elgin exploded and sparked a fire Monday night.
21 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Daredevil Nik Wallenda said Tuesday that his next tightrope walk will be more than 50 stories high from one high-rise building to another over the Chicago River.
19 hour ago - chicago
The couple in "American Gothic" may be blushing. The Art Institute of Chicago, home to Grant Wood's iconic American painting and several other works of art, is the No. 1 museum in the U.S. and in the world, according to Travelers Choice awards . . .
24 hour ago - chicago
The Detroit Free-Press reports: Lions running back Reggie Bush expressed support Tuesday for Vikings counterpart Adrian Peterson, and said he wouldn't hesitate to discipline his 1-year-old daughter "harshly, depending on what the situation is." . . .
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5 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
An extra-alarm fire destroyed a home in the 3600-block of South 61st Avenue in west suburban Cicero.
5 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
The Trump Tower sign may lead to new regulations about what can be installed on buildings along the Chicago River.
9/16/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
A man was fatally struck by an inbound Metra BNSF train Tuesday morning in west suburban Naperville, police said.
23 hour ago - CBS Chicago - Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traf
Over the years, no one has tormented elite receivers quite like Charles Tillman.
11 hour ago - chicago / Robert Channick
Longtime "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek was in Chicago on Tuesday to promote the start of his 31st season as host of the TV game show. His recently regrown mustache, however, was a no-show.
15 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Naperville is trying to curb excessive drinking and rowdy downtown partying. The city council approved the new ordinance regulating bars by a vote of 7-2.
9/16/2014 - chicagotribune.com - Chicagoland
A Chicago man was found guilty Monday of fatally stabbing a 14-year-old girl nearly three years ago after she surprised him as he burglarized her family's west suburban home.A Chicago man was found guilty Monday of fatally stabbing a 14-year-ol . . .
4 hour ago - chicagotribune.com - Chicagoland
Authorities are trying to unravel a mystery over a box of human bones that was sent to the Japanese Consulate in Chicago with a letter saying they were the remains of two Japanese soldiers who died during World War II.
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