Community Gardens Are Popping Up Around The City Just In Time For SpringIf Saturday's spring-like weather has you thinking about gardening, the Historic Pullman Garden Club hosted a lecture on Sunday with tips that will help you get ready.
Aurora Boy Is Youngest Person To Receive Total Artificial HeartAn Aurora boy is the youngest person in the world to be walking around with a completely artificial heart.
Friend Of Martin Luther King Speaks Of Continuing Fight Against Racism Ahead of Martin Luther King day, one of his lieutenants is calling on followers of the slain civil rights leader to work even harder to fight racism.
Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Suspect Believed To Be Involved In Double ShootingA 34-year-old man suspected in a nearby shooting was fatally shot by Chicago Police early Sunday in the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the West Side.
Same-Sex Couple From France Starts Family With Geneva Surrogate's HelpJimi and Antoine Goninan had to look away from home for someone to carry their child, because surrogacy is illegal in France (for all couples).
Northwest Suburban Wrestling Team Robbed While At Holiday TournamentMembers of the South Elgin High School varsity wrestling team had to practice Monday in their socks, three days after their uniforms were stolen at a downstate tournament.
Lake County 'E-Cycling' Centers To Stay Open Through 2017They accept old televisions, printers, computers and other electronics that are illegal to throw out in Illinois.
Heart Association Challenges People To Go 'Sugarless' On WednesdaysThe group wants to prepare people ahead of Cook County's new tax on sugary beverages, which takes effect July 1.
Jolice Police Seek Help In Identifying ATM Skimming SuspectsJoliet Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two men using re-encoded debit cards to make ATM withdrawls.
Chicago Police To Equip All Officers With Body Cameras By End Of 2017The Chicago Police Department will be equipping every patrol officer in the city with body cameras a year ahead of schedule.
Cardinal Cupich Holds A Christmas Mass At Cook County JailAs Christians across Chicago celebrate Christmas in churches, the head of the Archdiocese said mass with inmates at the Cook County jail on Saturday morning.
Illinois State Police Increase Patrols For The HolidaysIllinois State Police vow to be out in force over the holidays, despite a decline in their numbers and the number of tickets they have been writing.

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