Naperville Write-In Candidate Gets 27 Votes For PresidentA Naperville man has accomplished something most of us haven’t; Phil Seeberg ran for president, and got more than just his own vote.
Study Links Better Nutrition To Shorter Hospital StaysAdvocate Health Care plans to implement nutritional screening in hospitals starting next year.
Missing Rapper's Body Found In Riverdale Recording StudioThe body of an aspiring rapper reported missing nearly three weeks ago has been found dead at a recording studio in south suburban Riverdale, according to sources.
Suspect Arrested In Murder Of Railroad Security Guard In HarveyRashad Williams was taken into custody Sunday night in Chicago Heights, three days after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Corrections Department Shuts Down Roundhouse At Stateville PrisonStateville Prison Warden Randy Pfister tells WBBM Newsradio 348 inmates have been moved out of the maximum-security F House since October.
Gifted Academy In Elgin Closing At End Of School Year“This is a bomb dropped on us on Monday, and we’ve been brainstorming. What are we going to do? So we’re trying everything we can to see if we can save this,” said Ron Woodruff, whose son is in kindergarten at Da Vinci.
AFSCME Cool Toward Rauner’s Plan To Drug-Test Some State EmployeesAn AFSCME Council 31 spokesman calls Gov. Bruce Rauner's announcement a distraction amid stalled contract negotiations.
Illinois Traffics Deaths Could Reach 1,000 By The End Of The YearIllinois is headed for a dubious distinction when it comes to the number of deaths on streets and highways across the state.
Family Who Once Lived In Cuba Reacts To Passing Of Fidel CastroThe death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in the past week has re-kindled all kinds of emotions in the people who once called Cuba “home”.
CBS Chicago Cares Day Of Giving Raising Funds For Red Cross Disaster ReliefThis isn’t just any Tuesday. It’s Giving Tuesday, a day that follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but focuses on giving to organizations that help those in need.
6 Firefighters Hospitalized For Breathing Problems After House FireSix firefighters were taken to hospitals Monday morning, when they started feeling ill a few hours after putting out a small fire in the West Town neighborhood.
City Officials Expecting Colder, Snowier Winter Than UsualChicago could see the first snow flurries of the season this weekend, and city officials said they expect a lot more snow than usual this winter, but they said they’re ready for the extra work.

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