Study Finds Mass Killings Not On The Rise Over Past DecadeResearch by of University of Illinois professor has revealed a surprising trend about mass murder in the United States.
Chicago Officially Submits Bid For Amazon's HQ2The city of Chicago has officially submitted its bid to be home to Amazon's second headquarters.
Community Rally After Teacher's Murder Cut Short Amid InfightingChicago police organized the event at Morse and Glenwood, near where Cynthia Trevillion was killed in a drive-by shooting Friday night.
'Precious Keepsake' - Postcard To Germany Finds Pen Pal 28 Years LaterCarlye Fallon had forgotten all about writing a postcard 28 years ago to, when she was in junior high, seeking a pen pal from Germany.
Rev. Jackson Tours Puerto Rico, Brings Supplies From ChicagoRev. Jesse Jackson is in Puerto Rico, renewing calls for financial relief and mass evacuations as it tries to recover from Hurricane Maria.
Kane Co. Looking For Funds To Avoid Eliminating GPS ProgramKane Co. board members voted earlier this week not to dip into emergency reserves and instead impose across the board cuts.
Democrats, Republicans Unite To Organize Chicago Area Pitch For AmazonDozens of government, business, and civic leaders gathered downtown to discuss luring Amazon's second headquarters to the Chicago area.
Durbin Backs Corker After Trump's Twitter RantDurbin called Trump’s criticism of Corker a mistake, and said it will make more Republicans question whether the president will support them.
The Chicago Marathon's Amped Up SecurityOrganizers say the planning and extra security helped the 40th Chicago Marathon go off without a hitch.
City Of Chicago, Runners Prepare For Chicago MarathonCrews continued to prepare Friday for the Chicago Marathon with safety measures, as runners picked up their race packets.
Midway Airport Breaks Ground On New Security Pavilion ProjectPoliticians, airline executives and members of the TSA broke ground on the next phase of improvements at Midway airport.
Preckwinkle Urges Commissioners To Keep Sweetened Beverage Tax Days Ahead Of Repeal VoteCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle put commissioners on notice that a vote to repeal the controversial soda tax will mean cuts to vital services.

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