Beloved Firehouse Mascot "Bull" Back Home SafeThe beloved mascot from a firehouse in the Englewood neighborhood was back home Friday, after disappearing more than a month ago, thanks to a woman who spotted him on the street on Thursday.
Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Federal Charges In 2013 ShootingA Chicago police officer charged with violating the civil rights of two teenagers he shot in 2013 pleaded not guilty Thursday when he made his first appearance before a federal judge.
Chicago Threatens To Remove Homeless Tents From ViaductsThe city is threatening to take the tents of the homeless population living under Lake Shore Drive viaducts.
Computer Outage Knocks Out 911 Lines In Four CountiesOfficials have managed to re-route 911 calls so they’re getting through to the sheriff’s departments in Ogle, DeKalb, Lee, and Stephenson counties.
Police Hand Out Whistles In Response To Jogger AttackPolice handed out whistles Saturday to joggers near River North and Navy Pier in response to the recent jogger attack in the area.
Joliet Junior College Students Create Prosthetic For A Three-Legged DogJoliet Junior College students take on the challenge to create a prosthetic device for a professor’s dog.
Minnie Miñoso's Baseball Memorabilia Up For Sale At AuctionChicago White Sox legend Minnie Miñoso’s private collection of baseball memorabilia has become the centerpiece of a live auction on Saturday at U.S. Cellular Field.
Marquette Park Community Offering $10K For Info On 71-Year Old Shot And RobbedThe Marquette Park community announced a $10,000 reward for information on the 71-year old who was shot and robbed last week.
Former ITT Students Stage Debt Strike, Refuse To Repay LoansThe striking students want their debt forgiven, which is allowed under the law, but they also must give up any college credits they earned.
Dwyane Wade Leads Nickelodeon's 'Day Of Play' In ChicagoNickelodeon brought its third annual “Road to Worldwide Day of Play” campaign to Chicago’s Far South Side on Saturday.
ITT Tech Students Have A Big Decision To Make After School ClosedStudents of the now-closed ITT Technical Institutes are learning their options are limited and they are left with a tough decision.
Former Chicago Police Commander Glen Evans Speaks Out About LawsuitFormer Chicago Police Commander, Glen Evans spoke publicly on Thursday for the first time about his lawsuit against the city.

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