Overdose Analysis On West Side Leads Police To Drug And Gun ArrestsDrug overdoses on Chicago’s West Side helped police get dozens of alleged gang members and drug traffickers off the streets.
CPD Expands New Crime Fighting CenterThe Chicago Police Department is expanding its preventive crime fighting technology to two more districts on the south and west sides.
Colon Cancer Cases On The Rise In Patients Under 50Colon cancer is no longer a disease just for seniors.
Students Return To St. Charles East High School After Twin Classmates Were KilledA profoundly sad day at St. Charles East High school as students returned Monday to the classroom for the first time since 16-year-olds Brittany and Tiffany Coffland were killed in a domestic murder suicide on Friday.
Proposed Bill Looks To Reform Juvenile Justice SystemA new bill, expected to be introduced in the next couple weeks can make it easier to get juvenile arrest records expunged in Illinois.
Illinois Could See 18% Increase In Alzheimer’s Deaths By 2025The Alzheimer’s Association said Illinois had 3,266 deaths from the disease in 2014, a nearly 12 percent increase from the previous year.
Gov. Rauner Signs Illinois Criminal Justice Reform BillThe bill should expand access to trauma recovery services for crime victims and help inmates participate in various rehabilitation programs.
Chicago Cubs Choose 2016 World Series Championship Ring BearersThe 20 fans will present players and coaches with their 2016 World Series rings in an April 12 ceremony.
Northbrook Police Name Suspect In 3-Month Old Murder CaseCharges were announced Monday in the murder of a Northbrook real estate attorney found dead in his law office last December.
Miller's Pub Bartender Retires After 43 YearsIn 1973, Michael Gorman was in town from Grand Rapids, Michigan. He sat at the bar for a drink at Miller's Pub and never left.
City Hosting First-Ever Youth Culinary Competition The French Pastry School has launched its first ever "Mayor's Cup Youth Pastry Competition."
Hundreds Line Up For New Block Of "Hamilton" TicketsThe line curled Tuesday morning around Dearborn Street as hundreds camped out in front of the Private Bank Theater to be one of the first to get their hands on the next block of Hamilton tickets.

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