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2 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune
A 50-year old woman died after her car hit a truck and then crashed into a light pole on Interstate 294 near Schiller Park early this morning, officials said.
5 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Originally created as part of the Columbian Exposition of 1893 , Chicago's Field Museum not only has a great history, but its collection of 25 million artifacts - including anthropology , botany , geology , culture, zoology and the environment -- offers a treasure trove of valuable information, insights and discoveries.
9 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The North Shore Channel is a manmade canal and part of the Illinois Waterway System.
13 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
Most of what I know about close, lifelong female friendships-the all-consuming kind, that start in the sandbox, continue through confidences about first periods and first gropings with boys, and survive marriage and children -comes from books.
16 hrs ago | Chicago Reader
The Chicago Urban Art Society hosts local artists and performers to create an art utopia at Artopia.
High-frequency trading firm Allston Trading LLC was accused by a competitor of manipulating prices on CME Group Inc.'s exchange, three people with knowledge of the proceeding said.
David Radford, 21, a second person charged in a July 6 shooting that killed a man and injured two others.
Announcements The theater management firm KMP Artists and Chicago Children's Theatre will send Red Kite, Brown Box on a national tour in 2015-2016.
Lincolnwood officials say an off-duty paramedic delivered his baby girl after making an emergecy stop on the Edens Expressway near Touhy Ave. Daniel Lynch of the Evanston Fire Department and his wife, Elizabeth, were on their way to a local hospital early Friday morning when they pulled over to deliver the baby.
On August 7, an eight-month-old pup named "Prince" was surrendered to the Chicago Animal Care and Control facility in Illinois.
Giddings Plaza is used in all types of weather. This photo was taken in early April.
It's day one of Noir City: Chicago 6, a week-long film festival devoted to international noirs from France, Spain, Italy, Japan, Argentina, and the UK.
Vice President of Student Affairs John Pelrine; Dr. Paul DeVito, SXU Provost; SXU Pres.
When Chicago police rolled up last summer on a Woodlawn block in response to complaints of a loud outdoor party, leading the charge was Glenn Evans, then the top commander of that South Side police district.
Federal prosecutors allege a West Side auto mechanic was so terrified of implicating gang kingpin Jason Austin in the 2008 murders of an off-duty Chicago police detective and his companion that he lied to investigators to help Austin's alibi.
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