Firm That Designed Collapsed FIU Bridge Also Building East Chicago SpanThe FIGG Bridge Group designed the Florida pedestrian bridge that collapsed, and is building the upcoming Cline Avenue bridge replacement in East Chicago, Indiana.
Loyola Focused On Miami As They Go Dancing For First Time Since 1985For the Ramblers, all of the armchair prognostications are just distractions they intend to tune out.
Students Walk Out To Call For Gun Reform; 'This Is A Defining Moment'Students across the Chicago area walked out of school Wednesday morning, in a show of solidarity with the growing gun control movement led by survivors of the deadly school shooting last month in Parkland, Florida.
Thousands Of Catholic Chicago Students Joining National School WalkoutSt. Sabina sixth grader Lawrence Lee said the walkout shows the students are standing up for their rights.
Police Lieutenant Honored For Helping Rebuild Homeless Vet's NewsstandThe Chicago Police Memorial Foundation named Lt. John Garrido its officer of the month, saying he embodies the oath to serve and protect.
Hundreds Of Flights Cancelled Amid Third Nor'Easter In Two WeeksEast Coast airports were mobbed with travelers trying to get out ahead of the storm.
Chicago Tech Hub Gets $750K From Defense Dept. For Cybersecurity ProgramThe goal is to secure manufacturing floors across the state of Illinois.
White House Backs Off Support For Raising Age To Buy Guns, Vows To Help Arm TeachersJust days before a nationwide school walkout to support stronger gun control laws, the White House has unveiled a new proposal to prevent school shootings.
Reports: 1 Killed, 1 Wounded In Shooting At Joliet BarWJOL Radiio reports a man walked into Izzy’s at Dearborn and Theodore in Joliet around 1:15 a.m., and fatally shot the bartender.
Man Charged In Murder Of Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer To Return To CourtShomari Legghette, 44, has been in custody since Feb. 14, when he allegedly shot and killed Bauer outside the Thompson Center downtown.
Protesters Want Trial Date Set For Jason Van Dyke; Judge Will Decide 'When It’s Fair'Angry at waiting more than two years so far to see Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke go on trial for murder in the shooting of Laquan McDonald, protesters demanded the judge set a trial date on Wednesday, but the judge said there is more pretrial work to do, and the case “will go to trial when it’s fair.”
Teen Shot In The Neck While Driving In Budlong WoodsThe victim was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in serious condition.

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