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4:08 AM - Saturday, April 19, 2014
15 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
The Irv Kupcinet memorial statue located near Wabash and Wacker is gone, and the empty base led to rumors about where it went. The answer: out for repairs.
4/18/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
A 15-year-old boy was in a pond for more than 90 miutes Thursday night before divers were able to find him and pull him from the water in northwest suburban Crystal Lake.
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17 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
A truck has crashed into Farmers Food Basket, a grocery store in the Park Manor neighborhood, injuring five people.
4/17/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
CTA's proposed plan would create a bypass for Red and Purple Line trains at Belmont, but could affect more than a dozen buildings.
4/17/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
A plan to spent $100 million to build a Barack Obama presidential library in Chicago has taken a step forward.
4/17/2014 - CBS Chicago - Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traf / Todd Feurer
Henry Jackson is charged as an adult with one felony count each of aggravated battery with discharge of a firearm and attempted first degree murder, according to Cook County State’s Attorney’s office spokeswoman Tandra Simonton.
11 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
You can take your Easter to new heights by meeting the Easter Bunny on the Willis Tower Skydeck.
8 hour ago - chicago / Christy Gutowski
Annie B. Jones Community Services. which received millions of state dollars for disadvantaged youth and adults, is facing fraud probeA Chicago nonprofit that has received millions of public dollars to provide foster care and other social servic . . .
4/17/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Duke freshman Jabari Parker is entering the NBA draft, and there's a strong chance he'll be the No. 1 pick.
11 hour ago - chicago / Monique Garcia
34th Ward alderman's chief of staff among those granted reprieveGov. Pat Quinn on Friday granted pardons to 43 people convicted of a variety of crimes.
11 hour ago - chicago / Taylor Goldenstein
Lessons from Stations of the Cross procession in Little Village hit home for manyChurch leaders in the Little Village neighborhood reflected on violence in their community during a 2-mile-long Stations of the Cross procession to mark Good Frida . . .
11 hour ago - chicago / Graydon Megan
After a mistaken diagnosis of an eye problem grounded his plans to be a military pilot in World War II, meteorologist Walter A. Bohan found another way to immerse himself in Earth's atmosphere.
17 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Six parishes joined together for a Good Friday procession in Pilsen Friday.
4/17/2014 - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has given a group of civic leaders until mid-May to find a spot for the potential George Lucas Cultural Arts Museum in Chicago.
12 hour ago - chicago / Ted Gregory
Lone forest cheerleader promotes Prairie State's expanding, little known economic giant— On a remote patch of Livingston County, Jim and Dixie Vogel's 266-acre Hidden Ranch offers a glimpse of a sleeping giant in Illinois' economy.
12 hour ago - chicago
'I think this future is dark for our people,' Assyrian priest in Roselle saysEach time Edeette Chukro crosses herself at St. Mary's Assyrian Church in Roselle, she prays for her brother and sisters left behind in war-torn Syria, where it is no . . .
12 hour ago - CBS Chicago - Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traf / Mike Ramsey
Igor Karlukov fashioned his noose from a mesh laundry bag and earphone buds.
20 hour ago - Chicago on HuffingtonPost.com / Kim Bellware
Illinois regulators have dropped proposed medical marijuana restrictions that would have required gun owners to choose between their weapons and their weed. The change was revealed when the Illinois Department of Public Health formally filed . . .
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