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6:43 AM - Thursday, October 30, 2014
5 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
The mother of Tykwone Davis, 17, said he was shot several times by police in Chicago's Back of the Yards neighborhood. Chicago Police Department officials said he fired at officers.
5 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Waukegan teachers reached a tentative contract agreement with the school board overnight, but all schools remain closed Thursday and Friday.
4 hour ago - chicago / Mark Gonzales
The offseason free-agent period begins Thursday, and the Cubs appear on the verge of finalizing the first of what they hope are several impact acquisitions.
5 hour ago - CBS Chicago - Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traf / Todd Feurer
Tydeon Woodland, 21, was charged with two counts of armed robbery. Police, who announced the charges late Wednesday, allege that Woodland robbed a convenience store in the 500 block of West Lake on Oct. 17 and another in the 100 block of South . . .
12 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Derrick Rose scored 13 points and the Bulls spoiled Derek Fisher's first game as an NBA coach by beating the New York Knicks 104-80 on Wednesday night.
10 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Police in Las Vegas say no crime was committed when former major league slugger Jose Canseco shot himself in the finger in what he and investigators say was an accident.
14 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Kaci Hickox, who treated Ebola patients in West Africa, said she plans to end her voluntary quarantine and even stepped outside her home briefly on Wednesday.
13 hour ago - CBS Chicago - Breaking News, Sports, Weather, Traf / Mike Ramsey
Everybody's played the popular board game. But do you know the back story of the man who invented it? CBS 2's Brad Edwards reports.
4 hour ago - chicago / Rick Pearson
Republican Bruce Rauner and Democrat Pat Quinn are on pace to spend more than $100 million on the Illinois governor's race, doubling the state's previous record in a closely watched contest featuring heavy investment by business and labor.
12 hour ago - chicago / Bill Shaikin
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- They made a mockery out of the home-field advantage. They finished six games out of first place. Their best player was missing in action during the World Series.
4 hour ago - chicago / K.C. Johnson
NEW YORK — From the May 1, 2012, playoff game vs. the 76ers directly after he tore his left ACL to the April 29, 2014, playoff game in which the Wizards eliminated the Bulls, Derrick Rose watched.
4 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
An aircraft recovery group believes it may have finally solved the Amelia Earhart mystery.
20 hour ago - chicago / Jon Hilkevitch
Two CTA buses powered exclusively by batteries entered service Wednesday in a $2.5 million electric bus experiment that transit officials expect will be good for the environment, public health and the agency's bottom line over the long run.
3 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Several North Carolina cheerleaders were disciplined following an outcry from concerned parents after they used a racial slur at a Friday night football game, according to the Wake County School System.
5 hour ago - chicago / Quinn Ford
A 41-year-old man was killed and a teenager was wounded in separate shootngs Wednesday, authorities said.
4 hour ago - chicagotribune.com - Chicagoland / Steve Mills
Cook County prosecutors are expected to announce to a judge Thursday the outcome of their year-long reinvestigation of one of Illinois' most pivotal death penalty cases -- the 1982 double murder conviction that put Anthony Porter within 48 hour . . .
24 hour ago - Chicago news and local news video for the Chicago
Marburg, Ebola's so-called "sister virus" or "twin virus," should be on the radar of U.S. health officials, Texas scientists say.
10/29/2014 - chicagotribune.com - Chicagoland
An unmanned U.S. supply rocket exploded shortly after lifting off from a commercial launch pad in Virginia, the first disaster since NASA turned to private operators to run cargo to the International Space Station.
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