On this day 30 years ago, a 12-year-old Elk Grove Village girl collapsed and died after taking two Tylenol capsules before going to school that morning, and six more people would die in the days to come.
Music, food and fun are on tap Saturday night on the city’s Northcenter neighborhood, all for the benefit of Chicago Fire Department charities.
A Will County attorney is looking to write a book about his role as foreman on the Christopher Vaughn murder trial.
A grim anniversary will come this weekend for one of the nation’s most notorious cold cases.
Illegal rooming houses have become a hot topic in Evanston, as residents fight an ordinance that would eliminate the “illegal” aspect.
An Aurora woman is being honored for making a difference for breast cancer patients.
A teachers’ strike continues to loom in the affluent North Shore town of Lake Forest.
It’s Back to Football Week and at Pioneer Court in Chicago, Bears fans donned their navy and orange and offered up their predictions for the new season.
Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen loves stuff. He loves it so much, he’s kept virtually everything he’s ever owned.
A local community leader thinks it would be a great idea for the Chicago Cubs’ farm team to move to Kane County.
n elementary school on the Great Lakes Naval Base almost didn’t open for the first day of school this week.
Buying a car? Opening a savings account? Want to know about student loans? There’s someone waiting to help you at the Chicago city Treasurer’s office.
Students entering grades 6 and 9 in Illinois have until Oct. 15 to be vaccinated for whooping cough.
A Barrington landmark has been rescued from digital extinction.
Pain at the pump continues in Illinois, as the Great Lake states wrestle with the some of the highest gas prices in the country.
Monday was about forgetting differences and bonding as one, whether by candle, bouquet or a warm embrace.
The race will benefit the Salvation Army PROMISE (Anne’s House), a local residential program that provides aftercare for victims, and Love146, an organization that provides prevention and aftercare solutions internationally.
Illinoisans in so called “food deserts” will have better access to fresh food under a new state program.
A Chicago man is being held on $750,000 bond for allegedly attacking a woman Sunday morning as she jogged in the Old Town Triangle over the weekend.
Pending full City Council approval, the city will be paying out $3.25 million to the family of a 4-year-old girl who was killed by a hit-and-run driver near the Lincoln Park Zoo back in 2006.
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- Mother Of Student Pushed Down School Stairs ‘Enraged’ At Security GuardNew video surfaced Friday that appears to show sophomore Lauren Goodlow being pushed by a male security guard. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.329
- House Passes Concealed Carry Plan Opposed By Senate LeaderGun owners in the only state still banning concealed weapons would win that right under a plan approved by the Illinois House on Friday, but the governor and other powerful Democrats oppose the plan because it would wipe out local gun ordinances -- including Chicago's ban on assault weapons.220
- Two Shot Near Roosevelt CTA StationAround 11:10 a.m., a 57-year-old man and a 30-year-old man were shot in the 1100 block of South State Street.256
- Store Owner Kidnapped In Pilsen, SUV StolenPolice said the 78-year-old man was closing the store in the 1100 block of West 18th Street when a group of men threw a pillowcase over his head, hit him in the face, and forced him into his own SUV.248
- Man Found Shot To Death In Zion Supermarket Parking LotThe man found shot to death in a parking in north suburban Zion on Thursday afternoon has been identified as a Waukegan resident.152
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