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Effects of Fenofibric Acid on Carotid Intima-Media Thickness in...
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Chicago actress steps into Diana Ross' heels in 'Motown the Musical'
Allison Semmes, a Chicago native, stars as Diana Ross in the North American tour of "Motown the Musical" at the Oriental Theatre in Chicago.
17 hrs ago
Chicagoans warm up to tea culture
Is Chicago putting down its cup of Joe for a nice spot of tea? Coffee may continue to reign as the beverage of choice here, but tea's popularity is definitely brewing, say Chicago-area tea experts.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
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FOX Furry Friend of the Week: Hound mix Jenny Lynn
FOX 32 News has teamed up with no-kill shelter PAWS Chicago to bring you an adoptable pet each week.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
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Former gang members talk violence, breaking free
In the basement of a Washington Park church, former gang members talk with mentors about gang violence, after a weekend that saw five people die and more than 30 others get injured in shootings across Chicago.
Chicagoans Gather to Talk About Gun Violence
Submitted by Eileen Soderstrom Community members gathered at the Chicago Temple on West Washington Street to hear stories of youth violence compiled in the book "How Long Will I Cry? - Voices of Youth Violence," created and edited by Miles Harvey, a DePaul University professor.
Snow returned to Chicago in the early evening on Monday, April 14. | Richard A. Chapman/Sun-Times
A mid-April snowfall that drew a collective sigh from Chicagoans late Monday afternoon was the precursor to some potentially record-breaking cold temperatures on Tuesday morning.
Opening Report: Look Inside Packing House, the Revamped Market
The reconcepting of Market is complete and curious Chicagoans can see the new space, Packing House , when it soft opens tonight .
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Record-low temperature in 20s could follow late-season snow
A steady rain poured on commuters as they dodged puddles and hurried through the cold and rainy weather in downtown Chicago near Lake and Clark.
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Divvy Breaks Single Day Record with 10,866 Trips on Saturday
Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today that Divvy, Chicago's bike share system, broke its single-day record with 10,866 rides on Saturday, beating the previous highest tally set in September by 201 rides.
Brief Return Of Snow Could Make For Messy Afternoon Commute
As if scattered showers, blustery winds, and temperatures seesawing from the upper 70s to the low 40s through the weekend weren't enough to keep Chicagoans on their toes the past few days, Old Man Winter likely will rear his ugly head again Monday afternoon.
Durbin Vows to Protect Illinois from BRAC
Another round of military base closings isn't inevitable, says U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin , but he still wants Illinois to make its case to keep its big military facilities open.
Chicago Weather: Snow could fall Monday after weekend warmup
Snowfall beginning Monday afternoon could snarl the evening commute and drop up to an inch of snow, following a weekend of rollercoaster weather for Chicagoans.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Former Lake Zurich police chief Glogovsky dies
"Now he can eat as much candy as he wants, and doughnuts; that gives me some peace," Glogovsky's daughter Margie O'Neill said Saturday.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
City tightens cash handling after $741,000 embezzlement
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration is tightening the reins on cash handling to eliminate an embarrassing lack of oversight that allegedly allowed a low-level clerk in the Chicago Department of Transportation to embezzle nearly $750,000 in permit fees over a six-year period.
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Behind the Badge: CFD's air and sea rescue team
They are the best of the best: Chicago's heroes who never think twice about saving your life--even in the most dangerous of weather elements, like this year's polar vortex.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Mayor Rahm Emanuel opens up on new museum rumors, pension crisis
Mayor Rahm Emanuel hopes to convince Chicagoans to pay more in property taxes to help solve the city's pension crisis.
City of Chicago
Divvy Puts Spring Fleet Back on the Street at All 300 Stations
Bike Share System Celebrates Two Million Miles Ridden and Readies for Spring; Divvy Week to offer $5 24-Hour Passes, Membership Incentives Divvy, Chicago's bike share system, is fully prepared for the upcoming busy spring and summer cycling seasons by releasing 700 bikes that were in winter storage back into the system at its 300 stations.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Coming Attractions: How will a restaurant based on...
How will a restaurant based on Bohemian culture do in the heart of River North? Chicagoans will find out soon, as Bohemian House is hoping to open in late May next to American Junkie.
Rahm Emanuel's Favorite Poems
If you've ever wondered what Mayor Rahm Emanuel's favorite poems were, this Friday the Favorite Poem Project and Chicago's own Poetry Foundation will lift that veil.