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Chemical Poured On Woman's Face During Bar Brawl In River NorthA 24-year-old woman had a chemical poured on her face early Thursday morning during a fight at a bar in the River North neighborhood.
A.J. Freund's Parents Accused Of Killing And Burying 5-Year-Old Three Days Before Reporting Him MissingA.J. Freund's parents forced the 5-year-old into a cold shower for an extended period of time, and the 5-year-old was repeatedly struck all over his body, leading to his death, McHenry County prosecutors alleged in court Thursday morning.
Beach Park Ammonia Spill: 37 Hospitalized, Schools Closed, Shelter Order LiftedAt least 37 people have been taken to hospitals, and several north suburban schools have closed, after an ammonia spill in Beach Park. A shelter-in-place order for nearby residents was lifted after about five hours after people who live within a mile of the incident were told to stay inside.
Striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra Musicians And Management Accept Mayor's Offer To Assist In Contract TalksChicago Symphony Orchestra musicians have been on strike since March 10, in a dispute over salaries and retirement benefits.
Friends Of The Parks To Clean Up Chicago Parks For Earth Week, But Some Are Too Dirty For VolunteersSpringtime can bring the best and worst of humanity out of hibernation; among the latter, people who litter.
Patients Pay Thousands And Get No Results; What Is The State Doing To Stop Unproven Stem Cell Treatments?The number of clinics offering unproven stem cell injections is growing, despite FDA warnings and a federation of medical boards challenging state regulators to crack down on them.

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Patients Pay Thousands And Get No Results; What Is The State Doing To Stop Unproven Stem Cell Treatments?The number of clinics offering unproven stem cell injections is growing, despite FDA warnings and a federation of medical boards challenging state regulators to crack down on them.
Convicted Felon Appointed To School Board In Suburban BellwoodConvicted felons are not allowed to hold municipal office in the state of Illinois, but in suburban Bellwood, the election of a one-time burglar will be verified tomorrow.
‘Easier Than Robbing A Bank:’ City of Chicago Almost Lost More Than $1 Million In Phishing ScamThe City of Chicago’s Department of Aviation thought it was paying an approved vendor more than $1 million for services earlier this year. But your tax dollars didn’t reach them.
After Son's Suicide Attempt, Mom Sues CPS For Ignoring Chronic Bullying At Woodson Elementary; ‘I Asked For Help, And I Didn’t Get It, And I’m So Mad’Teirra Black says her son, Jamari, was constantly bullied at school. Others vouched for that. Now it's one claim of dozens in a federal lawsuit versus the Chicago Public Schools.
IDOT Relies On Slow Process, Outdated Software To Resolve Road Damage ClaimsVery few drivers in Illinois get any money back when their cars are damaged on state roads, and one reason might be the state’s claims database seems to be stuck in the 1990s.
Bolingbrook Squatter Refuses To Leave Home; Lists Appliances Online For CashA woman claims to be a fraud victim after being forced out of a Bolingbrook home she rented, but records obtained by CBS 2 reveal she has a checkered past and owes landlords thousands of dollars. 

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