89-Year-Old Cubs Fan Ready For The Big Win89-year-old Cubs fan thinks optimistically about the coming games for the Cubs in the World Series.
Boy "Over The Moon" To Be Reunited With Missing Dog After 2 YearsA 12-year-old boy and his dog were happily reunited this week, after the pooch had been missing for more than two years.
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.
Tests Help Sheriff Determine What Baby Hopes Parents Might Look LikeThe search for the parents of an abandoned infant found dead in Wheaton two months ago has taken a high-tech turn.
Rush University Medical Center Unveils Specialized Stroke AmbulanceThe specialized ambulance has a CT scan machine and anti-stroke medications inside. That allows a stroke diagnosis on-the-scene and treatment to begin right away.
Man Briefly Escapes Custody After Court Appearance On Far South SideA Cook County Jail detainee got a brief taste of freedom after a court appearance Wednesday morning.
UNO Network Avoids First-Ever Charter School Teachers' StrikeA week after the Chicago Public Schools dodged its second major teachers strike in four years, one of the city’s largest charter school networks averted its own strike with a tentative contract agreement.
Attorney General Warns Residents About Alternative Energy ScamsIllinois’ attorney general was out warning South Side residents about the unscrupulous practices of some alternative energy companies that scam people into signing up with them.
Loyola Plans "Big Saves" Reunion For Former Trauma Center PatientsA Loyola University Medical Center spokeswoman said those invited to the "Big Saves" reunion have “cheated death” and are in an elite club they never would have wanted to be in.
Cubs Fans Headed To Playoff Games Should Show Up EarlyThe Cubs open the National League Division Series on Friday, the first of what they hope will be three playoff series in the next month, culminating in a World Series win.
Deaths Of Two Found In Burning Minivan Ruled AccidentalThe Cook County Medical Examiner's Office said autopsies have determined 65-year-old Jose Suarez and an unidentified man died of smoke inhalation and alcohol intoxication.
Gearing Up For Strike, CPS Teachers Rally For More School FundingJust days before a possible strike, many teachers, students, and parents took part in “walk-ins” at several Chicago Public Schools, calling for more money for neighborhood schools.

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