Suburbs Near O’Hare Want New Jet Noise Studies Suburbs west of O’Hare International Airport have placed a question on the November ballot, asking voters whether something needs to be done about the rise in jet noise. Emanuel “City Of Big Hearts … Will Welcome” 1,000 Migrant Children Six aldermen want the City Council to encourage non-profits in Chicago to house and support migrant children who have fled violence in Central America and crossed the border into the U.S.
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Motorist Charged In Edgewater Crash That Killed Man On Street Vladimir Tsemekhman, 58, faces one count of reckless homicide, a Class 3 felony, according to a statement from Chicago Police. Feds: Man Admitted Putting Needles In Store Meat ‘Just For The Hell Of It’ "Every now and then I would stick one in a hamburger,"' the suspect reportedly told investigators. "Mostly hamburger, a couple of times I did it with a roast, maybe a pork chop every now and then."
Protest Group: Give All Chicago Workers Paid Sick Days Cyclist Dies After Being Hit By Metra Train Friend Of Loop Workplace Shooter: ‘He Must Have Snapped’ When Workplace Violence Erupts, ‘You Run, You Hide Or You Fight': Expert For Financial District Workers, Shooting Sparks Chaos, Tension — And Questions Wanted: White People …. So City Will Take Care Of Kelvyn Park As Bedford Park Cold Case Marks 12th Anniversary, Police Look At Persons Of Interest Most Bike Theft Victims Find The Chicago Police Department Unhelpful