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  • MLK: The 6 principles of non-violence

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  • MLK: The Six Principles of Nonviolence: Sarah Collins

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  • WGN-TV Names Dominick Stasi as WGN News Director

    CHICAGO, January 15, 2020 – Dominick Stasi has been named Director of WGN-TV News effective immediately, according to Vice President, General Manager Paul Rennie. Stasi replaces previous News Director Jennifer Lyons, who has been elevated to the role of Vice President of News for WGN America to run “News Nation,” a live daily three-hour national newscast launching this summer. “Dom has been leading the WGN newsroom for six years as Executive Producer,” commented Rennie.  “He has led some of WGN-TV’s […]

  • Massachusetts girl, 11, safe after couple chases down suspected vehicle

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — A husband and wife said their fight-or-flight instinct kicked in when they spotted a car wanted in the abduction of an 11-year-old girl in Massachusetts. Benny Correa and Amanda Disley described Friday on ABC’s “Good Morning America” recognizing the vehicle sought in an Amber Alert in the abduction of Charlotte Moccia. She was snatched after getting off a school bus on Wednesday. “We just had a gut feeling it was the car,” Disley told ABC News in […]

  • Bruce Lindahl

    West suburban man linked to teen’s murder a suspect in 12 other murders, 9 rapes

    CHICAGO — Investigators have found a suspect in 12 murders and at least nine rapes in the western suburbs, Chicago Tribune reports. Detectives announced Monday they identified Bruce Lindahl as the man responsible in the 1976 strangulation and death of 16-year-old Pamela Maurer from Woodridge. Since then, they’ve received more than 70 tips in other cold-case murders and rapes. Police used the same type of DNA analysis used in last year’s arrest in the case of the Golden State Killer. […]

  • WGN-TV TO AIR WGN NEWS SPECIAL THE SIX PRINCIPLES OF NONVIOLENCE ON MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY

    CHICAGO, January 16, 2020 — Chicago’s Very Own WGN-TV will present The Six Principles of Nonviolence, a half-hour primetime special, on Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 20 from 7-7:30 pm CT. The encore will air on Sunday, January 26 from 4:30–5 pm CT. Both airings will also be streamed live at WGNTV.com/Live The Six Principles of Nonviolence will feature interviews with rapper/actor/activist Common, award-winning poet and performer J. Ivy, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, social activist Father Michael Pfleger, author and speaker Michael […]

  • Green Beret from Chicago area killed during parachute training in Arizona

    ELOY, Ariz. —Nathan Goodman traveled the world over dozens of deployments, taking on all kinds of dangerous missions, until a training exercise in Arizona tragically cost the life of one of Lansing’s very own. Master Sgt. Nathan Goodman, 36, was killed during free-fall training in Arizona. Free-falling is when soldiers jump from an aircraft and delay opening their parachutes. Goodman was a 17-year veteran who had been on eight deployments overseas, including five in Iraq and Afghanistan. Staffers at Goodman’s former […]

  • Bears add Jimbo Covert, Ed Sprinkle to Hall of Fame

    CHICAGO — Former Bears offensive lineman Jim “Jimbo” Covert and defensive end Ed Sprinkle have been named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. They are part of the 10-man senior class to be enshrined as part of the Hall’s centennial celebration in September. Covert spent his entire eight-year career in Chicago, including the 1986 Super Bowl team, and was a two-time first team All-Pro. He played alongside fellow Hall of Famers Walter Payton, Richard Dent, Dan Hampton, Mike Singletary […]

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