Chicago students finally back after stranded in East Coast snow

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CHICAGO -- Some local students returned home on Monday night, after getting stranded in that massive East coast snow storm.

Students from Marmion Academy and Rosary High School in Aurora flew to Washington D.C.  last week.  They attended the "March for Life" rally on Friday, but spent the rest of the weekend snowed in at their hotel.

The students say they ventured out on Sunday and made their way through the snow to get to church.