Aurora Man Facing Child Porn Charges Months After Underage Sex StingCarlos J. Zaca, 21, now faces 10 counts of possession of child pornography, according to Aurora police.
Developer Paints Over Iconic Murals At Former Pilsen Community CenterA developer's decision to paint over murals on the outer walls of the former Casa Aztlan community center struck a nerve with many in Pilsen
Man Tied Up, Beaten And Robbed During Logan Square Home InvasionA man was tied up and beaten during a robbery at his Logan Square neighborhood apartment early Wednesday on the Northwest Side.
Girl, 16, Missing From Albany Park Since AprilBeatriz Delaluz, last seen April 2, is missing from the 4900 block of North Whipple, according to a missing person alert from Chicago Police
3 Dead, 14 Wounded In Chicago Shootings TuesdayThe most recent homicide happened at 6:22 p.m. in the Gresham neighborhood on the South Side.
Girl, 15, Missing From South DeeringTielise Hamilton was last seen Friday in the area of the 10100 block of South Torrence Avenue, according to Chicago Police.
Illinois Lottery Doomsday LoomsIf the state can't get its budget together, lottery operators will cease selling Powerball and Mega Millions tickets.
Five People Shot In South AustinAt 8:48 p.m., a male walked up to five people in the 200 block of South Lotus, opened fire and ran away, according to Chicago Police.
Maddon: Cubs Making Informal Trip To White HouseThe visit Wednesday is voluntary for players and not an official trip, Joe Maddon says.
Police Search For The Parents Of A Baby Found Near Roseland Community HospitalChicago Police are asking for help locating the parents of a baby that was found near Roseland Community Hospital.
Hillary Clinton To Librarians: Books Helped Me CopeIn her first Chicago appearance since her presidential election loss, Hillary Clinton talked little about the campaign – or President Trump -- but a lot about her two upcoming books.
Cook County Soda Tax Prompts Protest, Calls For RepealOpponents of Cook County's new beverage tax could be heard chanting "can the tax" across from the county building Tuesday morning.

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