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  • Man dies after falling from parking garage

    CHICAGO — A man has died after falling from a parking garage near Northwestern Memorial Hospital. It happened around 5:40 yesterday evening. The 70-year-old man fell from the 10th floor of the garage, in the 200  block of East Superior Street. He landed in an alley near a building that is part of the hospital. He was pronounced dead minutes later.

  • Person jumps on CTA Blue Line tracks

    Chicago, IL – – A person is in critical condition after jumping onto the CTA Blue Line tracks Saturday morning. It happened at around 3:30 a.m. near the Belmont station. Investigators say the person jumped on the tracks in what they say may have been a suicide attempt. It’s not yet clear if the person was hit by the train. The unidentified person was taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition. Blue line train service was temporarily suspended between Montrose […]

  • Police: Shooting leaves 2 wounded in Lawndale

    CHICAGO – Two men were wounded in a drive by in the Lawndale neighborhood Friday night. Chicago police say a 26-year-old and an 18-year-old man were walking on Douglas Boulevard near Troy St. at around 8 o’clock. A car approached and someone in the car fired shots. The 26-year-old was shot in the back and the 18-year-old was shot in the chest. They were both taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in serious condition.  

  • 9-year-old shot riding in car

  • Sailor who died on USS Nimitz from Chicago

    CORONADO, Cal. — The sailor who died after falling from an aircraft elevator aboard the USS Nimitz was from Chicago. Juan Jose Garcia-Herrera was 21-years-old. He fell from one of the ship’s aircraft elevators late Friday night. He died in the hospital Saturday morning. Garcia-Herrera was a logistics specialist seaman who first reported for training in 2017. An investigation is underway into what caused the accident.

  • John and Mary top list of billionaire baby names

    CHICAGO — Picking a name for a new baby is one of the first big decisions a parent makes. just released a list of names that may set that baby up for some whopping financial success. The group looked at names on billionaire lists and in wealthy families and compiled a list of billionaire baby names. The top five names for boys are John, David, Thomas, Wang and Bill. The top five billionaire girl names are Mary, Judy, Sofia, […]

  • South suburban leaders meet to curb violence

    SOUTH HOLLAND, Ill. —  South suburban leaders are taking action to curb violence after a recent surge over the summer. City and state leaders hosted a summit at Thornwood High School Friday morning. Dolton Mayor Riley Rogers has been very vocal about the issues his community faces. In August, two people were killed and there were several other shootings. It’s those violent crimes that have brought state and local leaders together. Riley said he’s desperate to hire more police officers […]

  • Mexican theater company cancels performance after visas denied

    CHICAGO — A Mexican Theater company that was supposed to perform at the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood canceled their performances because they were denied visas to work in the country. The company, Once Once Producciones, was supposed to perform the play “La Tia Mariela” from Sept. 26 through Sept. 29 as part of the 3rd Chicago International Theater Festival. On Sept. 24, the NMAA tweeted “We are sad to announce that we have had to […]

  • Residents near Des Plaines River coping with flooding – again

    LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill. —  Saturday was a fairly dry day around the Chicago area but water levels were still a major concern about flooding in areas along the Des Plaines River. For Lincolnshire residents like Erick Gatt, the flooding is nothing new. “There’s a lot of veterans who have been here for many years and they’re used to it,” he said. “And they may know to move their cars away from the street in case the street does flood and they […]

  • Suburban man accused of selling counterfeit sportswear

    BOLINGBROOK, Ill. – A man in Bolingbrook was arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit major league sportswear. Robin G. Huberty was arrested by the Will County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, September 11th. The Sheriff’s Investigation Unit was notified in February by Homeland Security that they were conducting an investigation into Huberty’s illegal shipments of thousands of counterfeit sports jerseys, championship rings, shoes and baseball hats with logos from the MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, Majestic, Adidas and Nike. The Will County Sheriff’s […]

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