Peoples Gas Offer Tips To Prevent CO PoisoningJanuary has the highest incidences of CO poisoning, according to the study by the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Coach Credited With Reviving Student Who Collapsed At Basketball GameA 15-year-old athlete from Lutheran North collapsed while sitting on the bench earlier this week. An adult in the stands sprung into action.
City College Students Learn About Cyber SecurityBlue 1647 hosted Tuesday 'Hack Chicago,' a day-long Hack-a-thon is designed to expose students to computer programming and to generate interest in a future in cyber security.
Chicago Knitters Make Hundreds Of Pink "Pussyhats" For Women's MarchSister Arts Studio, 721 W. Wrightwood, has been a hub of activity this week, as all kinds of pink hats are being knitted and sown for those who plan on attending the marches to stand up for women’s rights.
President Obama Honors Cubs: 'Special' Championship Rewarded Fans' Loyalty"Among Sox fans, I'm the Cubs' No. 1 fan," Obama says.
Friday The 13th: Are You Superstitious?The fear is so real to some people, they don’t even get out of bed on a Friday the 13th, but for most, it's just another day.
Protestors Call For Futher Investigation Into CPD TortureAbout a dozen people braved the cold Friday to bring attention to what they call police brutality of the past.
Chicago's Hyde Park Hair Salon Welcomes Obama HomeThe president famously had his hair cut at the South Side business for years. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Chicago No Longer Number One In Bed BugsAfter topping the list for four straight years, Chicago is no longer number one in the nation for bed bugs infestations.
Made In Chicago: Serve StyleBriggs Doherty's family has run a custom clothing company in Chicago since 1939. And nearly a year ago, he decided to branch out to uniforms.
Palatine Firefighter Raises Money To Build Soccer Field In JamaicaPalatine firefighter, Albert Martin set up a GoFundMe page to raise some money to build a full fledged soccer field in Jamaica.
'Hamilton' Stars Talk About Chicago Run And Its Place In Pop Culture HistoryThe story of America's Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton has become a musical theater phenomenon, partly Cervantes said, because of it's style, originality and its story telling of American history.

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