Father Dan Mallette, Priest Beaten During 2011 Church Break-In, Has Died At Age 85Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart calls Mallette "one of the most amazing people" he's ever known. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Dunkin' Donuts Employee Jumps Out Window To Escape RobbersAuthorities said the worker jumped out the drive-through window when the robbers were distracted.
Detained Man From Singapore Could Be Released After Judge's RulingA Chicago judge ruled that Amos Yee, 18, was persecuted in Singapore and should be allowed to remain here.
Hacked: Information On Up To 1.4 Million Jobless In IllinoisHackers got access to names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth for people who crossed paths with the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
State Police Save Heroin Overdose Victim At Thompson Center With NarcanThree officers helped save the life of a woman who overdosed on heroin on Thursday in a restroom at the Thompson Center, said Illinois State Police.
More Than 50 Charged In Drug Raids Targeting West SideMore than 50 people are facing federal or state charges for their roles in selling heroin and cocaine on the West Side, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.
Arrest Of Jewish Man In JCC Threats Does Not Discount The Threats, ADL SaysThe head of the Anti-Defamation League in the Midwest said the fact that a Jewish man was arrested doesn't diminish the impact of the crime.
Two Lives Saved With AED Machines In Lombard Just An Hour ApartThe Village of Lombard officials said two lives were saved by Automatic External Defibrillators - just an hour apart.
Van Dyke Faces 16 New Counts; One For Each Shot Fired At McDonaldA new indictment against Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke was unsealed Thursday, adding 16 counts of aggravated battery — one for each shot fired at Laquan McDonald.
Loan Fund Aims To Help Delinquent Property Owners Keep Their HomesThe idea is to help some people who are behind in paying their property taxes in Cook County. WBBM's Steve Miller reports.
Family Of Girl Victimized On Facebook Live Is Receiving Threats: Community ActivistThe girl has been afraid to go back home and that she's been staying with someone else, Andrew Holmes tells WBBM.
Fear Of Feds Looms Over Persian New Year Celebration In ChicagoSaturday marks the celebration of the Persian New Year in Chicago, but the founder of the annual parade said the U.S. political climate has made some people too scared to go.

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