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West Pullman Firehouse Window Damaged By GunfireFirefighters were inside the Engine 75 firehouse at 120th and State when a bullet penetrated a ground-level window on the side of the building around 10:30 p.m.
Beloved Firehouse Mascot "Bull" Back Home SafeThe beloved mascot from a firehouse in the Englewood neighborhood was back home Friday, after disappearing more than a month ago, thanks to a woman who spotted him on the street on Thursday.
Freckles The Firehouse Dog Needs ACL SurgeryThe Chicago firehouse dog that was apparently the inspiration for the dog in TV's "Chicago Fire" is ailing right now.
Police Investigate Unwanted Sex Act Claim At Evanston FirehouseEvanston police have opened an investigation into a 26-year-old woman’s claims that she was the victim of an unwanted sexual act by an on-duty Evanston firefighter early Saturday at one of the northern suburb’s fire stations.
Cops Shoot Dog After One Attacks Elgin Firefighter, 2 Charge FirehouseWhat started out as some nice time outside on a nice day on Wednesday resulted in Elgin firefighters being barricaded in their fire station because of a couple of vicious dogs.
Distraught Mom Leaves Baby At Chicago FirehouseThe young mother who left her child at a West Side fire station Monday morning was crying and said, 'I can't take it anymore,' a firefighter says.
Toddler Found Without Shoes Or Coat Brought To FirehouseChicago firefighters took a toddler to the hospital Thursday morning after three Good Samaritans found the child wandering on the street with no coat or shoes.
Firefighters Called For False Alarm Return To Find Burglars In FirehouseFirefighters in the Belmont-Craigin neighborhood were called for what turned out to be a false alarm Thursday night and, when they got back, they found two burglars inside the firehouse.
9/11 Shrine Remains Missing From Downtown FirehouseAs a downtown firehouse observed the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks Sunday, firefighters there were still wondering what happened to a link between Chicago and Ground Zero that disappeared a year ago.
UPDATED: Problems Arise At Polling PlacesElections officials fielded thousands of complaints as voters went to the polls in the election for mayor and City Council seats on Tuesday, though only a handful were for serious issues.

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