Anti-Violence Activists Call On Funding For Outreach; Turn To NYC for HelpNew York City former officials and non-profits are in Chicago for the day to share how they’ve curbed violence in New York City.
Cook County Inches Closer To 10,000 Same-Sex MarriagesCook County officials expect to issue the county’s 10,000th same-sex marriage license this week.
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New Law Aims To Reduce Sexual Assaults On College CampusesA new law in Illinois designed to curb the numbers of sexual assaults on college campuses -- and to hold schools to a higher standard -- has gone into effect as college students are heading back to class for the fall.
Officials Promise Air Conditioning In All Chicago Classrooms By 2017Chicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool says the $135 million investment is a critical step forward for both students and teachers.
Wild Goose Recovering After Attack By Kids In BataviaAn intern with the Fox Valley Wildlife Center witnessed a group of kids attacking and kicking a wild goose on Friday during the Bulldog Boosters Corn Boil fundraiser at Batavia High School,
'Cooking With Cops' Students Visit Michael Jordan's Steak HouseStudents from the Bella Cuisine "Cooking with Cops" program were joined Tuesday with their chef police partners for a little lunch and conversation.
Top Cop 'Sick And Tired' Of Violence, Wants Help From SpringfieldPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson renewed his call for state lawmakers to help curb gun violence in Chicago, on the heels of another bloody weekend, which included the murder of a police officer’s son.
New Illinois License Plate Meant To Boost Butterfly PopulationFees will go toward a highway program to plant milkweed along the median strips of Illinois highways. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Exciting Olympic Times For North Shore Rhythmic Gymnastics CenterSeven from the Chicago area training center are going to Rio. WBBM's Lisa Fielding reports.
Plainfield To Host 'Really, Really Free Market'Hundreds lined up before the doors opened at Plainfield United Methodist Church last year.
Ex-Judge To Investigate Possible Cover-Up In Laquan McDonald ShootingA former Cook County judge has been appointed as a special prosecutor to investigate whether any Chicago police officers tried to cover up the circumstances of the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.

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