Parts of Chicago, suburbs deal with flooding after …
Sunday’s heavy rainfall caused flooding and low visibility on roads across Chicago and surrounding areas.
The mother of a 19-year-old Chicago woman who was found dead in 2017 in a freezer at a suburban hotel where she had attended a party has reached a settlement in her lawsuit against the hotel and others. READ MORE: https://wgntv.com/news/chicago-news/settlement-reached-in-lawsuit-over-teens-death-in-rosemont-hotel-freezer/
More than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers walked off the job Wednesday morning, setting what has been described as the largest healthcare strike in U.S. history into motion. READ MORE: https://wgntv.com/news/national/kaiser-workers-begin-strike-the-largest-healthcare-walkout-in-us-history/
At least two South Shore residents have filed a lawsuit demanding the city to put an end to creating inhumane conditions for Chicagoans and migrants. READ MORE: https://wgntv.com/news/chicago-news/lawsuit-filed-against-city-to-end-inhumane-conditions-for-chicago-residents-migrants/
A prosecutor opened a fraud trial Wednesday by telling jurors that FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried was on top of the world a year ago, hobnobbing with celebrities, before his historic fraud was exposed, leaving customers and investors without at least $10 billion they thought was secure. A defense lawyer insisted his client didn't steal from anyone. READ MORE: https://wgntv.com/news/national/ap-jury-selection-resumes-at-fraud-trial-for-ftx-founder-sam-bankman-fried/
New York City is challenging a unique legal agreement that requires it to provide emergency housing to anyone who asks for it, as the city's shelter system strains under a large influx of international migrants who have arrived since last year. READ MORE: https://wgntv.com/news/national/ap-new-york-city-moves-to-suspend-right-to-shelter-as-migrant-influx-continues/
Haunted house attractions are more popular than ever, with increasingly sophisticated pyrotechnics and special effects being commonplace all across today's scare park landscape, but how do state inspectors make sure they are safe before the public ventures in? WGN's Julian Crews reports on the story.
You often hear about dog or cat rescue groups. But bunny rescues? Not so much.The Dumped Bunny Rescue Gang at the Red Door Animal Shelter is busy and brimming with bunnies in need of homes. Full story here: https://wgntv.com/news/features/chicagos-hare-bnb-helping-rabbits-find-homes/