Bowling For Breast Cancer: Senior Women Raise AwarenessA large women’s bowling league, compromised of African American seniors, wear each year pink bowling shirts to raise awareness of breast cancer rates among senior citizens.
University Of Chicago Uses CT Scans To Digitally Unwrap MummiesResearchers from the University of Chicago performed CT scans on Tuesday to learn the secrets of two mummies that have been in the possession of the Oriental Institute for more than 100 years.
Family Sues UPS After Woman Fatally Struck By Parcel TruckA Chicago area family has filed a wrongful death suit against UPS, two months after a truck hit and killed a 78-year-old woman in the Sauganash neighborhood.
Man Dies After Crashing SUV Into Jackson Park HarborThe SUV left the road at Marquette and La Rabida drives, went down a hill at the entrance to La Rabida Children’s Hospital, and plunged into the outer harbor at Jackson Park around 5:40 a.m.
The Museum Of Science And Industry Opens New Exhibit Celebrating FlightThe Museum of Science and Industry opened Tuesday a new temporary exhibit, presented by Boeing in celebration of its 100th anniversary.
West Side Lawmaker Calls Eisenhower Expressway Shootings "Act Of Terrorism"After two people were killed in separate shootings on the Eisenhower Expressway on Thursday, a Cook County lawmaker called the attacks an “act of terrorism.”
Donald Trump And Daughter Raising Campaign Cash In Illinois On WednesdayRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his daughter both were scheduled to visit Illinois on Wednesday, to raise money for his race against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Chicago State University Faculty Union Wants Trustees To ResignFreshman enrollment at financially troubled Chicago State University has fallen to 86 freshmen this fall semester.
Cook County Officials Launch Major Voter Registration DriveOn the day after the first presidential debate, the Cook County Clerk’s office was hosting nearly 100 voter registration events across the county to mark National Voter Registration Day.
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.

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