Sources: Hyde Park Apartment Where Man Died Might Have Been Meth LabPolice said drugs might have been manufactured in an apartment near 53rd and Woodlawn.
Chicago's 'March For Science'Organizers say they were motivated by President Donald Trump's policies toward climate change and suspicions on vaccine safety.
Police: Man Admitted Killing Bartender Nicole Gland After "Drug Binge"A 50-year-old man has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of 24-year-old Nicole Gland outside the bar where she worked.
Chicago Public Library To Receive African American History Digital Archive This SummerThe History Makers, the Nation’s largest African American video oral history archive, is making its collection available on-line through the Chicago Public Library starting this summer.
Indiana Extends Assistance For East Chicago Lead CrisisIndiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has approved a plan to continue providing emergency aid to East Chicago as it seeks to clean up lead contamination
An Indiana Company Can Save Governments Millions In Medical Billing ErrorsThe city of Chicago and other governments could save millions in medical billing errors, according to an Indiana company that has developed software that finds mistakes made by humans.
Chicago Animal Care & Control Hosts "Wellness Wednesdays" With Discounted VaccinesPet owners and their furry friends were lined up Wednesday morning at the city’s animal shelter, taking advantage of a program offering discounted veterinary services.
Historic "Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket" Route 66 Sign Taken Down To Be RefurbishedA neon piece of Americana outside a suburban restaurant along Route 66 has been taken down for the first time in 71 years.
Report Shows How Many Chicago Police Officers Patrol Each DistrictChicagoans can now get information on how well their neighborhoods are protected by police.
Man Dragged Off United Flight Had Concussion, Broken Nose, Lost Teeth: AttorneyDr. David Dao, the man dragged off a United Airlines flight, suffered a "significant concussion," a broken nose, and lost two teeth.
Widow Of Disgraced Fox Lake Cop Seeks To Have Charges DismissedMelodie Gliniewicz’s attorney argued she did not have knowledge of the thousands of dollars in improper transactions made by her husband.
Elgin Residents Hope To Save Old Trees Set To Be Removed From PipelineCentury Oaks West, where some trees date back 230 years, could look a lot different if there’s not a compromise.

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