Regency Beauty Institute Closing All Schools, Including 10 In Illinois, 6 In IndianaWith some students just weeks from graduation, a nationwide chain of beauty schools is closing, and that is affecting people in the Chicago area, leaving them in the lurch.
Chicago Woman, Sister Found Dead At Resort In SeychellesA Chicago woman and her sister are the subjects of a mysterious death investigation at a luxurious resort on an island paradise off the East African coast.
Doctor Concocts His Own Vaccines With Cat Saliva, VodkaIllinois regulators have suspended the license of a suburban Chicago doctor who allegedly gives young patients modified vaccinations containing cat saliva and vodka.
Judge Blocks Law Expanding Same-Day Voter Registration In IllinoisIf you live in Cook County or another big county in Illinois, and planned to register and vote on Election Day, your options just shrank.
Wrigley Field Buzzing With The Chicago Cubs' Clinch PossibilityWrigley Field will be a buzz Thursday night, as the Chicago Cubs have the chance to clinch their division championship with a win.
Odd Items Dumped In A Prescription Pill Drop BoxOdd items are being dumped in a Kane County drop box designed for disposal of leftover pills.
Holocaust Survivors Honored At Chicago Fundraiser For Washington D.C. MuseumThe goal was to raise $5 million money for the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.
Victim In Stabbing Death Was Trans Woman, Says Friend Who Wants Police To Make Case A PriorityThe medical examiner says the 28-year-old suffered multiple stab and incise wounds.
Chicago Cop Among First-Responders Who Save Suicidal ManThe call came in just after noon, about a man who had jumped the railing along the Montrose Avenue bridge on the Chicago River. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Made In Chicago: Matt's CookiesMatt's Cookies have been serving up 'just like homemade' cookies in Chicago's northern suburb of Wheeling for more than 40 years.
Chicago Area Woman Who Perished On Sept. 11 To Be Remembered In NilesVanessa Kolpak, 21, was in the South Tower of the World Trade Center 15 years ago.
Evanston Alderman Has Second Thoughts About Bicycle-Light MandateLast summer, Ald. Brian Miller says, when a juvenile was stopped for not having a light, he got upset and police charged the teen with resisting arrest. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.

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