Lawmaker Suggests Fund Sweeps To Bail Out CPS, Avoid Early ClosingA West Side democrat wants to tap targeted state funds to help the Chicago Public Schools stay open through the end of the school year.
Student Fatally Struck By Hammer At Wheaton College Track MeetA student volunteer working at a Wheaton College track and field meet was fatally injured Saturday afternoon during the hammer throw event.
Wildlife Experts Warn To Leave Wild Animals Alone, Especially BabiesSpring is a busy time for wild animals to give birth. WBBM's Nancy Harty reports wildlife experts encourage you not to play foster parent to any baby critters you might find.
Event Booking Site Splacer Expands To ChicagoIf you're looking for interesting place to host your next corporate meeting or birthday party in Chicago, there's a new way to search.
Cook County Judge Killed, Woman Wounded In ShootingPolice said Judge Raymond Myles and the woman were getting ready to go to the gym shortly before 5 am, when they were shot outside his home.
Superintendent Eddie Johnson Encourages People To Become Organ DonorsChicago's most high-profile person waiting for a new kidney is encouraging people to become organ donors.
The City's You Media Program Expands Digital Labs To 17 LibrariesBMO Harris Bank is donating $1-million dollars to help the city expand its You Media program, from 12 to 17 public libraries by next year.
DuPage County Begins Community Youth Mapping Project In Addison, Glendale HeightsThe DuPage County Health Department is working on the project that has a dozen high school students touring businesses in Addison on Saturday to learn what they have to offer, both in terms of services and potentially jobs. A different group will map Glendale Heights the following weekend.
Durbin, Kinzinger Support Trump's Missile Strike In SyriaSome members of Illinois’ congressional delegation backed President Donald Trump’s decision to bomb a Syrian military base.
Markham Mayor Candidate Does Not Want Felons Running For OfficeWrite-in candidate Kenneth Muldrow started a petition to stop felons from running for office, which would affect his opponent Roger Agpawa.
Muslim Cop Claims Department Discriminated Against, Fired HimRamtin Sabet said his fellow North Chicago police officers made derogatory comments about him being Iranian and a Muslim.
No Arrests Made During Sobriety Checkpoint In Indiana On St. Patrick's DayIndiana State Police held Friday a sobriety checkpoint from 10 p.m. until midnight at Route 20 and Waverly Road in Porter and made no arrests.

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