Public Health Officials Looking Into Legionnaires' Outbreak
Health officials in northern Illinois are investigating several cases of Legionnaires' disease that occurred between June 7 and July 1.

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Madigan, Emanuel Agree To Deal Requiring Cops To Report Pointing Guns At PeopleIllinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's office confirms she has reached an agreement with Mayor Rahm Emanuel to require Chicago police officers to document every incident in which they point a gun at someone, as part of a draft consent decree governing police reforms.
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Judge Increases Van Dyke's Bail For Violating Order Barring Media InterviewsChicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke must post additional bail on Thursday to walk out of court, after the judge in his murder trial ruled he violated a condition of his bond by granting media interviews just days before jury selection. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Judge May Rule To Jail Van Dyke During Trial For Pretrial InterviewsChicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke might find himself behind bars during his murder trial in the death of Laquan McDonald, after giving two media interviews just days before jury selection started.
2 Dead, Sheriff's Officer Hurt After Niles CrashTwo people were killed in a crash involving a Cook County Sheriff’s squad car Thursday morning in north suburban Niles.
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