CTA: Delays on Purple, Red Line After Small FireCTA Purple and Red line trains are operating Friday with residual delays after an earlier fire near Wilson.
Riverside Police Free Deer Stuck In HammockPolice officers in west suburban Riverside helped free Wednesday a deer whose antlers got stuck in a hammock.
Mount Prospect Bakery Dishing Out Cubs-Themed Cookies By The DozensIf the Cubs make it to the World Series, Central Continental Bakery expects to ice up over 100 to 125 dozen cookies daily.
Dash Cam Video Shows Deadly High-Speed Police Chase, CrashTwo of the suspects died in that crash. The four officers sustained non-life threatening injuries. The chase and crash are still under investigation.
Rauner Signs Executive Order Designed To Cut Red Tape Burdening Small BusinessesIllinois Gov. Bruce Rauner signed Monday an Executive Order designed to cut red tape that reduce over-regulation, and—his office says—to Grow the Economy.
Nearly 400 Cook County Jail Workers Call Off, Possibly For Cubs GameThese unusually large amounts of call-offs are taking place during major sporting or weather events, and it's becoming an ongoing problem.
Follow These Football Tailgating Tips For A Fun SeasonFootball season is in full swing, and because football and tailgating go hand-in-hand, we've brought in celebrity party planner Debi Lilly to get you ready for the games.
Cook County Inmates Face Multiple Charges Of Aggravated Battery To StaffTwo detainees involved in separate incidents were charged Friday with aggravated battery to a peace officer, said Cook County Sheriff Thomas J Dart.
Cubs Infielder Honored By Secretary Of StateChicago Cubs Infielder, Javier Baez was honored Friday by Illinois Secretary of State as Illinois' Sportsman of the Year.
16-Year-Old Boy Shot In South AustinHe was on a sidewalk at 6:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of North Lawler when someone walked out of an alleyway and shot him.
Lawrence: What Have You Done For Me Lately?The Carolina Panthers, 15-1 and NFC champions last season, are 1-4 and in danger of letting the season slip away from them.
Fans 'Went Through The Whole Range Of Cub Emotions' During Monday's Roller Coaster GameOn Tuesday, Cubs fans do it again, hoping past postseason failures aren't repeated.

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