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After a kings welcome upon their arrival back at Midway Airport, the Jackie Robinson West little league team will get the full champions treatment with a Wednesday parade through Chicago.
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PAWS Chicago is the largest No Kill humane organization in the Midwest and because of that they are expected to offer the best of everything to the general populous of and around Chicagoland.
As if you needed any more afternoon distractions to keep you from finishing your work today.
A member of the terrorist group ISIS who was killed while fighting in Syria over the weekend was born in Chicago, NBC 5 has learned.
ET Flashback: We're at a special screening of 'Return of the Jedi' back in 1983 with C-3PO himself.
A guitarist for popular local band Bloodiest was ordered held in lieu of $200,000 bail Tuesday for allegedly running over and killing a pedestrian while driving drunk.
Donald Richie discusses with Tom Luddy the career of Akira Kurosawa who stud out in Japanese "collective" culture as an individualist, to the extent that it had affected his career negatively and was not supported in Japan.
The North Branch Trail's southern extension will have a short side path along Lehigh and Central Avenues, much like this segment of Harms Road in Glenview.
Two Chicago men who say they were kicked out of a cab after the driver objected to their kiss are suing the taxicab company.
A man killed by an allegedly drunk driver Sunday is the latest in a series of people fatally struck on speeding-plagued North Avenue, in 2014.
If you're eager to get in shape while blasting goth, industrial, and darkwave on your little white earbuds then electronic-music wiz and local party promoter Johnny Love is here to help.
The Little League World Series finals featuring Chicago's Jackie Robinson West All Stars broke a television rating record on Sunday in the Chicago market.
It's not often that a stand-up comedy show includes a ticketing option for "lawn seats," and, quite frankly, I can't imagine a lot of stand-ups would be at their most thrilling in such a setting.
Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen addresses the Wisconsin Supreme Court in Madison in this Nov. 11, 2013, file photo.
Summer is closing out, and that means major price cuts on the garb you've had you eyes on for the last couple of months.
Chicago's Case-Shiller Index for June is up 6.7% from June 2013. It's the 20th consecutive month it's been up compared to a year earlier.
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