Wisconsin Man Caught After Manhunt Prompted By Manifesto, Stolen GunsJoseph Jakubowski, 32, was spotted camping Thursday night on a farm in Readstown, about 160 miles west of Milwaukee.
Chicago Man Wrestles Lion While On Vacation In AfricaIf someone told you they wrestled a lion and survived, you probably wouldn’t buy it, but Ted Papastefan has the video to prove it.
'Lincoln In The Bardo': George Saunders' Tale Of A President's GriefThe well-known short stories writer publishes his first novel about Abraham Lincoln's reaction to the 1862 death of his 11-year-old son.
St. Sabina Hosts Gathering, Hopes To Unite Over Trump Admin. ConcernsA gathering was held carrying a message of uniting those who consider themselves "disenfranchised" under President Trump's administration.
Chicago Teacher Receives 2017 'Iditarod Teacher on the Trail' HonorAnnie Kelley, a Chicago fourth grade teacher, has been named this year's "Iditarod Teacher on the Trail," annual sled dog race that will be held in Alaska in March.
Chicago Writer Recognized By One Of The Nation's Top Literacy MagazinesChicago writer Sarah Rosenblum is one of the city’s emerging literacy voices.
Tonya And Nancy Go From Center Ice, To Center Stage"Tonya and Nancy: The Rock Opera" opens Tuesday at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont, a satirical rock opera set in the time months before 1994's Winter Olympics with Tonya and Nancy's media circus.
Suburban Group Educates People On Recycling Cooking OilSCARCE in Glen Ellyn launched the "cooking oil rescue project" and promotes the recycling of cooking oil into things like bio-diesel fuel.
Photojournalist Sees Abandoned Malls As Art, Rather Than Run Down SpacesPhotojournalist Seph Lawless is working on an ongoing project called "Autopsy of America" in which he photographs abandoned malls, amusement parks and other places.
Elaborate Cubs Cake Makes Curtain Call At Chicago City HallIt's a confection worthy of a World Series winner. WBBM's Terry Keshner reports.
White Sox Ballpark Transforms Into Football Field For Toledo Vs. NIU“You have a tough time telling it was ever a baseball field,” said Roger Bossard, the head groundskeeper for the Chicago White Sox.
Website Helps Voters Research The More Obscure Races On The BallotYou probably know who you're going to vote for in the presidential race, but what about for judge? Or the water commissioner?

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