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3:10 PM - Wednesday, October 01, 2014
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Some school-age children have come in contact with the first patient diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus in the United States, Texas Governor Rick Perry said on Wednesday.
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Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, who has been skewered by critics over the Sept. 19 White House security breach, has resigned, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
9 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
A car struck two Illinois State Police squad cars on the southbound Veteran Memorial Tollway (I-355) near Boughton Road in Bolingbrook in a crash involving two other vehicles.
6 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
An incident involving pepper spray led to some West Side high school students being taken to hospitals Wednesday morning.
6 hour ago - chicago
A security contractor with a gun and three prior convictions for assault and battery was allowed on an elevator with President Barack Obama during a Sept. 16 trip to Atlanta, violating Secret Service protocols, according to three people familia . . .
6 hour ago - Chicago Breaking News
Qualified graduates of Chicago's public high schools will be eligible for a free ride at one of the city's seven community colleges under a scholarship program announced today by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and City Colleges of Chicago Chancellor Cheryl . . .
7 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
It had been 29 years since the Kansas City Royals had last been to the postseason - nearly three decades spent mostly in baseball's backwater, a small-market organization on a shoe-string budget trying in vain to compete with the big boys.
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Police documents indicate that Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps registered .14 percent on a breathalyzer test after he was stopped on a speeding violation.
6 hour ago - Chicago Breaking News
Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner acknowledged Wednesday he would have vetoed legislation expanding government-subsidized Medicaid to low-income people under President Barack Obama’s signature health care law, but does not support a ro . . .
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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Nestle Fitness has found a unique way to remind women of the importance of regular self exams as a part of early breast cancer detection.
10 hour ago - Chicago Breaking News / John Byrne
A political fund backing Mayor Rahm Emanuel has added more than $1 million to its war chest to advocate for the mayor, his City Council allies and political positions he supports in the run-up to the 2015 city elections.
5 hour ago - CBS Chicago - Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traf / Todd Feurer
A Californian animal rights protestor who allegedly freed 2,000 mink from an Illinois fur farm is a “danger to the community” who should be kept locked up, federal prosecutors say.
9/30/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Husain Abdullah knew before he even reached the end zone Monday night that he would drop to his knees in thankful prayer after intercepting Tom Brady in the fourth quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs' 41-14 victory over New England.
12 hour ago - Chicago Breaking News / Liam Ford
A 16-year-old boy died in a shooting in the South Shore neighborhood, one of at least five people shot in Chicago on Tuesday evening, authorities said.
3 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Fifty years after she made aviation history, Jerrie Mock chuckled when asked whether she ever got scared while circling the globe alone.
4 hour ago - chicago / Clifford Ward
A DuPage County jury this afternoon found a Naperville woman not guilty of resisted arrest during an encounter with police that took place while she was filming workers installing a wireless utility meter in 2013.
5 hour ago - chicago
A "disgruntled worker who had a bad day" was arrested after he pulled a gun at an Elgin area water treatment plant Wednesday, officials said.
11 hour ago - chicagotribune.com - Chicagoland / Ryan Parker
Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo died Tuesday after his wife, Levette, shot him several times during a domestic dispute, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials said.
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