Fireball Lights Up Night Sky As Meteor Spotted Across The MidwestThe meteor flashed across the sky around 7 p.m. Chicago time.
Full Agenda Expected At Chicago City Council MeetingThe Chicago City Council is expected to give final approval on Wednesday to a contract deal worked out with more than 30 municipal labor unions.
Up To 5 Inches Of Snow By Monday Night, Frigid Temps Through ThursdayThe snow is expected to clear for most of the Chicago area by noon, but before that, up to 5 inches could accumulate in some areas.
3 Killed In Fiery Crash On Southeast SideA speeding car hit a light pole on 100th Street just west of the Calumet River around 1 a.m. The car flipped onto its roof and caught fire.
Firefighters Extinguish Massive Blaze At Des Plaines Scrap Metal YardHuge flames tore through the roof of the factory as the fire quickly spread.
Obama Center Revises Design In Response To Community ConcernsThe Obama Foundation has changed some of the plans for its library center in Jackson Park, in response to complaints from its future neighbors.
CPS To Hold First Public Meeting On Plan For New Englewood High SchoolInterim CPS Chief Executive Officer Janice Jackson said the new school would help Englewood thrive.
Boy, 10, Dies Of Complications From The FluJohnny Towler was in the 4th grade at Grove Avenue Elementary School in northwest suburban Barrington.
Greyhound Passengers Stranded At Chicago Station Due To East Coast StormA couple hundred travelers found themselves stranded overnight at the Greyhound bus station in the West Loop, after several buses were canceled or delayed due to the winter storm on the East Coast.
Airlines Cancel Thousands Of Flights On East Coast Amid Major Winter StormMost Thursday morning flights from Chicago to the Northeast have been canceled, with at least 125 flights canceled at O’Hare International Airport, and more than 30 canceled at Midway International Airport as of 7 a.m.
CPS Watchdog Reveals 'Widespread' Employee Misuse Of Gift Cards Meant For StudentsAccording to the annual report from the Inspector General for the Chicago Board of Education, even some principals took part in lavish buying sprees.
Couple Braves Arctic Chill To Get Cook County's First Marriage Of 2018Brian Wildeman and Susie Fogle showed up at the Cook County Clerk's office at 4 a.m., despite wind chills well below zero, to make sure no one beat them to the first marriage license of 2018.

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