City To Expand Library Facilities In Public Housing DevelopmentsLibrary Commissioner Brian Bannon said the new facilities would be built in the CHA’s Roosevelt, Northtown, and Independence communities.
On The Verge Of World Series, Cubs And Fans Eager For Game 6 Of NLCSWith the Cubs one win away from their first trip to the World Series since 1945, all was quiet in Wrigleyville on Friday morning, but the neighborhood around Wrigley Field is sure to be a zoo for Game 6 of the National League Championship Series against the Dodgers on Saturday.
Cubs Fan Wins $1 Million Lottery Prize While Watching GameA Lockport man won $1 million after scratching off an Illinois Lottery '$300,000,000 Cash Spectacular' ticket while watching the Cubs game at home.
Firefighters Battle 5-Alarm Blaze In Little VillageChicago Fire Department Deputy Commissioner Michael Callahan said the fire started at a family-owned pallet and tire business near 25th and Rockwell around 3:15 a.m.
Thieves Make Easy Pickings Of Unlocked Cars In Western SpringsThe victims are all what police are calling easy targets, with cars unlocked or garage doors left open. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports..
Protests Persist, 2 Years After Laquan McDonald's DeathThursday marked the 20th anniversary of shooting death of Laquan McDonald at the hands of a now-charged Chicago police officer.
Soldier From Illinois Dies In Afghanistan BattleDouglas J. Riney, 26, of Fairview, died Thursday in Kabul of wounds he received from “hostile enemy forces,” defense officials said.
Chicago Police Seek Serial Arson SuspectThe key to the case may be the car witnesses have seen. Police seek a silver Ford Mustang that has passenger side body damage.
What Really Happened With Trump's Cancelled Chicago Rally?Donald Trump made allegations Wednesday night during the final Presidential debate about what really happened with his cancelled Chicago rally.
Work 'Never Gets Old' For Wrigley's Head Groundskeeper"I was born and raised a Cubs fan," Roger Baird says. "I got a dream job and couldn't ask for more."
After The Bell: Stocks & Oil Close LowerStocks closed slightly lower Thursday amid a batch of mixed economic reports, falling crude oil prices and anticipation for a potential December Fed interest rate hike.
DePaul Warns Students After Two Sexual Assault ReportsDePaul University is warning students of sexual assault on campus after a second incident reported this month.

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