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Man Heads To Prison For Shooting AcquaintanceThe bullet hit the victim in the cheek and exited through the back of his head.
Voter Turnout Stands At About 29 Percent In City For Illinois Primary
Man Charged With Trying To Board Plane With Gun52-year-old John Waltz was being screened at a security checkpoint for a Las Vegas-bound flight on Monday.
Election Officials Admit Ballot Error In Assessor's RaceIn a stunning admission, Cook County election officials said Tuesday it erred by sending out flyers saying a vote for an assessor candidate would not count.
Male Birth Control Pill One Step Closer To Reality, Researchers SayFor decades, birth control pills have exclusively been used by women. But a male birth control pill that is both safe and effective may be on the horizon, according to a new study.
Chicago Police Officer Charged With Sexually Assaulting Suspect In CustodyA Chicago police officer has been charged with sexual assault and official misconduct, after allegedly assaulting a suspect who was in custody last month.
Loyola Ramblers Headed To Atlanta For First Sweet 16 Since 1985One by one, Ramblers players and coaches made their way onto their chartered bus at the Gentile Center, heading to O’Hare International Airport, and hoping for another win in what could be a Cinderella story.
United Suspends Pet Cargo FlightsUnited Airlines will stop accepting new reservations for its PetSafe program, though it will honor any reservations made through March 20, the airline said. Passengers can still carry small pets with them in carry-on luggage.
Illinois Primaries Approach Finish Line As Polls Open TuesdayWith heated competitions on both sides of the aisle in the race for governor, and a crowded race for Illinois attorney general after Lisa Madigan decided not to seek another term, interest in the primaries is high and early voting records have been falling across the state.
ComEd Workers Return From Recovery Mission In Puerto RicoExhausted ComEd workers are back in Chicago, after spending a month helping restore power in Puerto Rico in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Apparent Hostage Situation In Rogers Park Ends Peacefully After About 6 HoursAround 9:45 p.m. Monday, police responded to a call of a woman being held at gunpoint in the 6800 block of North Sheridan Road.
2 Investigators: Calling Out WasteThe new guy is Andrew Gasser, with a Darth Vader coffee mug and a Holy Bible at his desk.

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