Union Crowd Rallies At Daley PlazaA major Supreme Court case to heard next week could deal a big blow to public sector union membership. 
Students Honored After Finding Gun On GroundsSix middle school students from Harvey are being recognized after finding a gun on school grounds.
Rescue Teams Saving Horses, Dogs Stranded In Flooded NW IndianaSeveral horses and other animals have been rescued from flooded homes in Lake Station and Gary, Indiana, after the Deep River rose so high over the last few days that dozens of homes ended up completely surrounded by water.
Flooding Woes Continue For Lake Station, IndianaA voluntary evacuation order has been issued in Lake Station, and at least 25 homes have followed officials’ recommendation and gotten out.
Flood Threats Continue For Chicago Area Rivers After Storms EndFlood warnings and advisories remained in effect for many Chicago area rivers Wednesday morning, as water continued to rise in the wake of heavy rains and melting snow across the region.
Ford Heights Schools Closed Due To FloodingCottage Grove School, Medgar Evers School, and Tidye A. Phillips School were closed as a result of the flooding in Ford Heights.
A South Side Institution Is RefurbishedA nine million dollar project to refurbish a South Side institution is complete.
A Warning For Seniors On MedicareA local insurance advisor is warning seniors on Medicaid and Medicare not to ignore letters from the state.
Bones The Cadaver Dog To Join Lake County Coroner's OfficeBones is being trained as a cadaver dog, but will also serve as a tracker and provide grief support to children and families.
Big Smile Dental Dentist Offers Free Services On Valentine's DayDozens of people were lined up Wednesday outside Big Smile Dental, on the 2800 block of North Milwaukee, before the office opened at 9 a.m. for free dental services.
CPD Deploys Dozens Of Vehicles With Automatic License Plate ReadersThe Chicago Police Department is upping the ante to catch car thieves by spending a bundle for automated license plate readers.
Publisher Files Censorship Suit Against Illinois Dept. Of CorrectionsA non-profit agency that publishes books and newsletters for prison inmates is suing the Illinois Department of Corrections over alleged censorship.

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