An update on a story WBBM reported this morning – about possessions that were lost in the tornado a year ago.
A lot can change in a year; the central Illinois town that literally was torn to pieces by a powerful tornado was seeing new life Monday, one year to the day after that devastating storm.
One Year Later, Chicago-Area Woman Continues Work To Reunite People With Items Lost In Washington Tornado
It was a year ago tomorrow when a tornado devastated the town of Washington, Illinois and a woman who’d never heard of the town before the tornado has devoted this year to helping reunite people with their lost possessions.
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“We’re going to let the liberals of the world run this world,” Mike Ditka says.
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“My very first thought is it will be ‘Washington’ the whole game,” Simms says.
Chicago will be shown nationally more than any other team.
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This is an intriguing hypothetical exercise.
Boston, Washington, Baltimore and Toronto evaluated Jeff Samardzija on Monday evening.
Seven months after a rare November tornado tore through downstate Washington, destroying or damaging more than 1,100 homes and claiming three lives, residents have taken some significant steps to rebuilding their town.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has repeatedly stated the nickname isn’t changing.
The central Illinois town has made some progress, but the road to rebuild the town is still a long process. CBS 2’s Ed Curran reports.
Trailing 3-1 to Washington, Chicago fights to keep its season alive tonight at the United Center.
A man in Nevada was upset he was prevented from purchasing a ticket to the NFL Championship game.