Riverside Police Warn Parents About Cold Medication Kids Use To Get HighRiverside Police are warning parents about something they said kids already know about: DXM, or cold medication that is being used to get high.
Anti-Trump Protesters Take To Chicago StreetsStudents, immigrant rights activists and veterans were among those chanting Friday afternoon.
Valparaiso YMCA Accused Of Censorship After Banning CNN From TVs"The timing of this was very peculiar because I think it was basically a day or two after Mr. Trump claimed that CNN was fake news," Valparaiso YMCA member Greg Quartucci said. "I think they switched to the cooking channel."
Naperville Humane Society Cancels "A Dog's Purpose" EventA behind-the-scenes TMZ video raised questions about the treatment of animals in the movie for some.
Man Found Dead In Parking Garage Was Real-Estate Lawyer From Highland ParkThe man was identified as 60-year-old Louis S. Cohen of Highland Park. He was a prominent real estate attorney in Chicago.
Lisa Madigan Sues Navient, Sallie Mae For Student Loan OffensesIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan is suing some of the largest names in the student loan industry.
Chicago Protesters Demand Decriminalization Of Sex WorkAbout two dozen sex workers and their advocates demonstrated at Daley Plaza Wednesday afternoon, calling for decriminalization of the sex trade.
Mother Dies From Cigarette Abuse, Son Writes Angry ObituaryThe death of a Bensenville mother and grandmother has prompted an obituary of grief and anger.
Made In Chicago: Woolly MammothAdam Rust is the owner of Woolly Mammoth Antiques and Oddities in the Andersonville neighborhood.
Will County Man, One Of Seven To Graduate Veterans Court Program A 48-year-old Will County man is in the process of turning his life around, thanks, in part, to veterans court.
Cash-Strapped CPS To Impose 4 Unpaid Furlough Days For All EmployeesFacing a $215 million hole in the budget for the current school year, the Chicago Public Schools have announced all employees will be forced to take four unpaid furlough days this spring.
Oak Park Library Abolishing Fines, But There's A CatchIf you don't return a book after six weeks, you essentially will have to buy it. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.

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