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Amber Alert Issued For Two Markham ToddlersPolice issued an Amber Alert for two toddlers who were last seen with their father, who is a person of interest in the fatal shooting of their mother.
Students Walk Out To Call For Gun Reform; 'This Is A Defining Moment'Students across the Chicago area walked out of school Wednesday morning, in a show of solidarity with the growing gun control movement led by survivors of the deadly school shooting last month in Parkland, Florida.
Threatened With Punishment, Hinsdale Students To Join Walkout AnywaySome school districts have warned students they could be punished for walking out to join Wednesday’s national demonstration in support of gun control, but some high schoolers in Hinsdale plan to join the effort no matter what.
Conant High School Student Killed In Schaumburg Crash16-year-old Graham Fath was killed in a fiery car crash Sunday night in Schaumburg.
Soccer Coach On Life Support After Robbins ShootingA well-known soccer coach and father was on life support Friday, but brain dead, after a shooting in south suburban Robbins earlier this week.
Conrad Hotel Guest Robbed By Duo Armed With MacePolice said a 47-year-old man heard someone knocking on his door around 1:30 a.m. at the hotel at Erie and Rush streets. When he opened the door, a man and woman entered his room and threatened him with a can of mace.
Wintry Mix Leaves Dusting Of Snow In Some Parts Of Chicago AreaThe far northern suburbs got up to 2 inches of snow overnight, but plows and salt trucks kept roads and expressways clear overnight.
Early Voting Underway For Illinois Primary ElectionsEarly voting was in full swing across the Chicago area on Monday, with dozens of polling places open for voters to cast ballots in the upcoming primary elections.
Three Teenagers Wounded In West Side ShootingAll three victims went to Stroger Hospital, where their conditions were stabilized.
Indiana Now Has Sunday Alcohol SalesIllinois stores are fearful that they'll lose customers who cross the border.
ComEd Crews Head East For Storm Damage ControlTrip coordinators are reminding linemen about tricky conditions they could encounter when fixing downed poles and wires.