Pilot Dead After Small Plane, Owned By Rob Sherman, Crashes In MarengoOne person was killed in a plane crash overnight in northwest suburban Marengo.
Homeless Ask City To Let Them Keep Tents Under LSD ViaductsHomeless people who live under Lake Shore Drive viaducts asked the city on Friday to show some compassion and stop the cleanings that force them to remove their belongings.
Salvation Army Freedom Center Helping Addicts RecoverDonations to the Salvation Army help in a lot of ways.
Migrating Sandhill Cranes Swoop Through ChicagoImages of their gracefully forming majestic patterns, high in the sky, have been captured by people all over the region.
$11,000 Reward Offered In Shooting Of AT&T Worker In BerwynHoping to find the person who shot an AT&T worker after a robbery in west suburban Berwyn last week, the company and a community activist have announced $11,000 in combined reward money for information leading to an arrest.
Rogers Park Seniors Oppose Plan To Turn Community Room Into TargetChanting “No vote on Target,” residents of the 22-story Caroline Hedger Apartments at Sheridan Road and Devon Avenue spoke a CHA board meeting at 48th and Wabash on Tuesday, urging the board to reject the plan.
Cold Weather Leads To Car Thefts, 8 Reports In South Bend In One DaySouth Bend police are warning residents not to warm up their cars unattended after a rash of thefts.
Milwaukee Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault Of 16-Year-Old BoyA former Milwaukee teacher has been sentenced to prison for the sexual assault of a 16-year-old boy.
Former Ald. Balcer, Police Urge Kaepernick To Stand For National Anthem At Soldier Field"We asked him to be sensitive while at Soldier Field to the sacrifices made by those who defended his freedom," former Ald. James Balcer says.
Indiana State Troopers Credited With Saving Man From OverdoseTwo Indiana State Police troopers have been credited with saving a man’s life after a drug-related crash near Gary on Thursday.
Cook County Sheriff Sets Up Hate Crime And Discrimination HotlineSheriff Tom Dart said hate crimes have been on the rise in recent years, and some people have been emboldened even more in recent weeks.
Cook County Demolishes 3 Jail Buildings As Inmate Population ShrinksCook County is demolishing three divisions, representing close to a half-million square feet of cell space, as the jail population has hit the lowest level in 25 years.

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