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08/15/2018 11:30 PM
Parents For Peace And Justice Grieve Over Children Killed By Gun Violence
Six women are part of a moms group none of them wanted to join. They share pain, tears, and stories of how they lost a child to Chicago’s gun violence. Each one of their children’s killers has never been found.

08/15/2018 11:17 PM
Indiana Attorney T. Edward Page Fatally Shot By Former Client
Indiana Attorney T. Edward Page, known to many as Tracy, was gunned down on his property by a client who was also a longtime friend.

08/15/2018 11:15 PM
White House Revokes Ex-CIA Director’s Security Clearance
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced Wednesday that President Trump has ordered former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance to be revoked.

08/15/2018 11:07 PM
Suspect Charged In Shooting Death Of Attorney Stephen Shapiro
 A suspect has been charged in connection with the killing of a lawyer in north suburban Northfield.

08/15/2018 11:00 PM
No Injuries Reported In O’Hare Ground Collision
A taxiing plane with passengers on-board collided into another plane at O’Hare Airport Wednesday.

08/15/2018 10:23 PM
Ringo Starr Celebrates 56th Anniversary Of Joining The Beatles
Ringo Starr on Wednesday celebrated the anniversary of the fateful day he joined the Beatles — replacing their original drummer and giving the world the Fab Four.

08/15/2018 10:07 PM
Davidson, Abreu Homer As White Sox Hold Off Tigers, 6-5
On Wednesday, Abreu and Davidson each hit two-run home runs, combined for six hits and drove in five of Chicago's runs in a 6-5 win.

08/15/2018 10:03 PM
Rizzo Leads Cubs Past Brewers 8-4
Rizzo homered, drove in three runs and stole two bases in his return to the cleanup spot, and Chicago beat the Milwaukee Brewers 8-4 to strengthen its hold on the NL Central.

08/15/2018 09:05 PM
Weed-Killing Chemical Linked To Cancer Found In Some Children’s Breakfast Foods
A new report found glyphosate, a weed-killing chemical that some health authorities link to cancer, in a number of popular breakfast foods and cereals marketed to children.

08/15/2018 08:54 PM
Catholic Church’s “Secret Archives” Detail Playbook For Concealing Abuse
New details are emerging about how Catholic Church leaders protected priests accused of sexual abuse.

08/15/2018 08:35 PM
Mexican Drug Cartels Fueling Chicago Violence
Chicago's connection to Mexican drug cartels was magnified with the recent arrest of El Chapo, head of the Sinaloa cartel. 

08/15/2018 07:53 PM
Hobart Attorney T. Edward Page Shot, Killed; Suspect In Custody
A well-known Northwest Indiana attorney was fatally shot Wednesday, and police say the suspect is a former client. 

08/15/2018 07:45 PM
Ricketts Family Tries To Oust Alderman Tom Tunney
Tom Ricketts owns the Cubs and most of Wrigleyville. Now some are saying he wants to own the alderman.

08/15/2018 07:26 PM
Rap Video Showing Guns Takes Center Stage In Hadiya Pendleton Murder Trial
A rap music video took center stage in the Hadiya Pendleton murder trial Wednesday.

08/15/2018 07:20 PM
Dozens Of Teens Fight On Michigan Avenue
A brawl involving multiple people broke out near Chicago’s Water Tower Place Tuesday night, prompting police to direct the crowd to the CTA Red Line.

08/15/2018 07:00 PM
Planes Collide On Ground At O’Hare
BREAKING: Two planes have collided at O'Hare. This story is developing. 

08/15/2018 07:00 PM
Family Suing Chicago Police After Officers Raid Wrong Apartment, Point Guns At Children
A family who says police raided the wrong home last November, and pointed guns at their 9- and 5-year-old sons, filed a federal lawsuit against the city on Wednesday.

08/15/2018 06:39 PM
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo Says America ‘Was Never That Great’
"We are not going to make America great again. It was never that great," he said.

08/15/2018 06:25 PM
CDC Monitoring Measles Outbreak In 21 States
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says it's monitoring an outbreak of measles in 21 states.

08/15/2018 06:00 PM
Chicago Straw Company Thrives, Despite Anti-Straw Movement
chicago-company-thrives-strawsA Chicago company hopes to thrive, despite making plastic straws, a product under fire this summer.

08/15/2018 05:45 PM
Student Robbed Near UIC Campus
A student was robbed near the University of Illinois at Chicago campus Tuesday night. 

08/15/2018 05:40 PM
‘K9s For Cops’ Art Installment Takes Over Michigan Ave.
A stroll down Michigan Avenue this week looks a little different thanks to an art campaign honoring police canines.

08/15/2018 05:38 PM
Academic Rankings Of World Universities: University Of Chicago Ranks 10th Globally
The 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities are out and the University of Chicago ranks No. 10 globally.

08/15/2018 04:50 PM
CDC Monitoring Measles Outbreak In Illinois, 20 Other States
The Centers for Disease Control is monitoring cases of measles in 21 states, including Illinois.

08/15/2018 04:12 PM
After Teacher With Cancer Runs Out Of Sick Days, Coworkers Gave Him Theirs
Teachers, staff members, administrators and even lunchroom workers who pay into the Florida retirement system transferred 75 sick days to Goodman.

08/15/2018 03:57 PM
Pearl Jam Concert Poster Of Burning White House Angers Republicans
Republicans on Wednesday condemned a poster by Pearl Jam that shows the White House in flames and a bald eagle pecking at a skeleton they say is meant to depict President Donald Trump.

08/15/2018 03:46 PM
Dying Man’s Letter Of Forgiveness To Pickpocket Becomes International Inspiration
File photo of a person holding a wallet. (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)A dying man has chosen to forgive an alleged pickpocket who spoiled his "trip of a lifetime" in a letter that's receiving global attention.

08/15/2018 03:35 PM
Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had ‘Ghetto’ Names
Several women are claiming they were discriminated against after receiving an email saying their "ghetto" name disqualified them from working at a Missouri company.

08/15/2018 03:17 PM
Doctor On Smart Device Blue Light Study: ‘Don’t Freak Out’
A new study warns that exposure to blue light that comes from smartphones and tablets could lead to vision problems later in life.

08/15/2018 02:58 PM
Ald. Willie Cochran In Talks To Plead Guilty To Corruption Charges
Ald. Willie Cochran (20th) and his attorneys are negotiating a potential plea deal with federal prosecutors, amid allegations he shook down businessmen in his ward for bribes, and looted money from a charity he ran.

08/15/2018 02:49 PM
Recall Alert: FDA Warning About Two Thyroid Medications
The Food and Drug Administration has a new warning and recall about two thyroid medications made by a Chinese manufacturer.

08/15/2018 02:24 PM
Lake Shore Drive Protest Organizer Plans To Block Roads To O’Hare On Labor Day
The activist pastor who helped organize a small anti-violence march that briefly shut down Lake Shore Drive earlier this month now plans another march that would block traffic in and out of O’Hare International Airport on Labor Day.

08/15/2018 01:35 PM
DNA Used To Create Facial Image Of Suspect In Sycamore Double-Homicide
Two years have passed since the unsolved double murder of an elderly mother and her son in Sycamore, but DNA science has helped police develop pictures of what the suspect could look like.

08/15/2018 01:31 PM
Mark Immelman: ‘Wyndham Poses Every Question Of A Golfer’
CBS Sports' Mark Immelman breaks down the field and storylines heading into the final regular season tournament.

08/15/2018 01:31 PM
‘This Is A Case About Lies,’ Prosecutor Says In Manafort Trial Closing Argument
Prosecutors spent over 90 minutes Wednesday morning methodically laying out their case that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort repeatedly lied in order to finance an extravagant lifestyle.

08/15/2018 01:07 PM
Chicago Police Officer Suffers Broken Hip Arresting Armed Robbery Suspects
Chicago Police Car, Chicago Police Cruiser, Chicago Police SUV, Chicago Police Squad Car A Chicago Police officer suffered a broken hip while arresting two suspects wanted in a string of armed robberies. 

08/15/2018 12:32 PM
Two Women Wounded By Stray Bullets In Their Homes In West Pullman, West Englewood
A 44-year-old woman was killed, and an 80-year-old woman was seriously wounded overnight, when they were hit by stray bullets inside their homes during a pair of shootings about 10 miles apart.

08/15/2018 12:16 PM
Testimony Resumes In Hadiya Pendleton Murder Trial
A day after extremely emotional accounts of the 2013 slaying of 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton, testimony resumes Wednesday in the trial of two men charged with her murder.

08/15/2018 11:39 AM
Block Party Doubling As Child’s First Birthday Party Draws Ire In Chicago
A block party in Lakeview on Saturday was abruptly cut short after some residents complained to Alderman Thomas Tunney’s office that the event was actually a child’s first birthday party.

08/15/2018 11:30 AM
Uproar After Judge OK’s Freeing Most New Mexico Compound Defendants
The controversy was stoked even further when court officials condemned threats of violence made against the judge who issued the ruling and evacuated several administrative court offices as a precaution.