Trump Travels To Mexico After Invitation From PresidentDonald Trump traveled Wednesday to Mexico after accepting an invitation by President Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico.
Fox Lake Moves Forward After One Year Passing of Joe GliniewiczSeptember 1st marks the one year anniversary of Fox Lake Police Office Joe Gliniewicz death.
Wrigleyville Resident Angered By Recent Construction85-year-old Wrigleyville resident puts her foot down on the neighborhood changes, after plans to move a utility pole near her parking lot.
Ravenswood Boy Makes Sign After Thief Stole His BikeA Ravenswood family posts a sign on the fence in front of their home, after being targeted by a bicycle thief a couple of weeks ago.
First Responders Participate In Railroad Hazmat DrillDowners Grove first responders participated Wednesday in a railway hazardous chemical emergency response drill.
Aldermen Still Have Lots Of Questions About New Police Oversight PlanMayor Rahm Emanuel has said he is willing to wait for a vote on his proposals to create a new agency to investigate police shootings and allegations of police misconduct, but some aldermen said the plan needs a lot more work and scrutiny.
Skyway Maintenance Workers Strike Against Agreement TermsSkyway maintenance workers are on strike, and no one appears to be speeding back to the bargaining table.
Looters Spotted As Tornado Cleanup Continues In IndianaTheir homes already ravaged by last week’s tornadoes, some residents in Kokomo, Indiana, have been victimized again, as looters have been seen sifting through the debris on private property, and filling up trucks.
Chicago Wrapping Up Most Violent Month In Nearly 20 YearsWith at least 81 homicides as of Monday morning, this August already is the most violent month in Chicago in nearly 20 years, and it isn’t quite over yet.
Police Seek Help Identifying Body Found Near Metra Tracks In 2005Chicago Police are trying to see if anyone can help identify the remains of a young woman found 11 years ago near 130th and Indiana.
Woman Sets Self On Fire At Congressman Danny Davis' OfficeDavis said it was just after 3 p.m. when the woman came into his office, started picking things up, and was told that if she didn't stop, the staff would have to call police.
Waukegan Police First In World To Use State-Of-The-Art Body CamerasFrom police traffic stops to a turtle life-saving stop, Waukegan Police Sgt. Marc Jackson's, Motorola Si500 body camera captures it all. His department is the first ever to use such cameras.

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