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Chicago Clinical Psychologist Enjoys Wearing Different ‘Hats’

Allison Mason is the director of training and mental health team leader at the Isaac Ray Center, Inc. and shares her insight and knowledge of what it takes to work as a clinical licensed psychologist.


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Chicago Files Lawsuit Against Drugmakers Accused Of Deceptive Marketing

The City of Chicago is suing five pharmaceutical companies for what officials call deceptive marketing of powerful painkillers, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.



Guide To Finding The Perfect Christmas Tree

Your number one spot for the perfect Christmas tree!


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Wife Of Man Killed By Metra Train Sues For Wrongful Death

The wife of a Joliet man struck and killed by a Metra train last year has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the rail agency and its partners.



Best Of Little Italy

Looking to indulge in Italian specialties? Right in Chicago, we have our own Little Italy neighborhood chock full of restaurants serving up recipes from the Big Italy. If you’re having a craving of pasta, pastries and more, venture down near University of Illinois, Chicago, southwest of the Loop, to explore the many choices of Italian dining.


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Best Golf Shops In Chicago

The months spent on the greens are short around Chicago, but when the weather allows for tee time, Chicago has a variety of golf specialty stores to meet your sporting needs. The best golf shops in Chicago go the extra mile to help customers make the most of the region’s short golf season.

CBS 2–10/04/2010

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Drop Zones: Best Destinations For Skydivers Near Chicago

Before leaping into the air from 10,000 feet up and falling at about 120 miles per hour, here are some important tips to know before going skyward with a skydiving company.

CBS Chicago–09/25/2010