Two Ill Passengers from Liberia Arrived at O’Hare Airport
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Two Ill Passengers from Liberia Arrived at O’Hare Airport

Two Ill Passengers from Liberia Arrived at O’Hare Airport On Tuesday, October 21st, two passengers arrived at O’Hare International Airport after getting ill on the plane while traveling…

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CTA Blue Line at Damen Station Closed for Renovation
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CTA Blue Line at Damen Station Closed for Renovation

The CTA Blue Line station at Damen Avenue closed on Monday for a big renovation as part of the “Your New Blue” program. This stop is scheduled to…

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UIC Hospital Nurses Authorize One-Day Strike
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UIC Hospital Nurses Authorize One-Day Strike

UIC Hospital Nurses at University of Illinois Hospital on the city’s West Side have authorized a one-day strike for Tuesday, October 21st. With this strike, the nurses are prompting…

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Nursing Assistant Cured of Ebola Virus
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Nursing Assistant Cured of Ebola Virus

On Sunday, October 19th, authorities said that Teresa Romero, a Spanish nurse assistant and the first person to become infected with Ebola outside of West Africa, is now…

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Remains Found in Search of University of Virginia Student Hannah Graham
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Remains Found in Search of University of Virginia Student Hannah Graham

On Saturday, October 18th, Researchers found human remains in the search of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham on abandoned property where she was last seen. Chesterfield…

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Hurricane Gonzalo Hits Bermuda
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Hurricane Gonzalo Hits Bermuda

On Friday, October 17th, Bermuda was hit by Hurricane Gonzalo. The Hurricane was considered a Category 3 storm with winds that were estimated to be going at 110…

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Cleveland, Ohio: a “Missing” Land
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Cleveland, Ohio: a “Missing” Land

First of all, don’t expect a simple way out there. At best, you will spend at least five hours on the road. But, I guarantee it will get…

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Cubs Renovate Wrigley Field Bleachers
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Cubs Renovate Wrigley Field Bleachers

The Chicago Cubs are tearing down the bleachers at Wrigley Field as part of a massive renovation that will take several years. The approval came in July after…

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President Obama Appoints Ron Klain as “Ebola Czar”
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President Obama Appoints Ron Klain as “Ebola Czar”

President Obama Appoints Ron Klain to coordinate the administration’s global response to the Ebola epidemic. The naming of “Ebola Czar” came just hours after news broke of the Texas…

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Chrysler Recalls 907,000 Cars for Electrical Problems
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Chrysler Recalls 907,000 Cars for Electrical Problems

Chrysler Recalls On Thursday, October 16th, Chrysler announced two global recalls for more than 900,000 cars. The first of Thursday’s recalls will cover nearly 470,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees, Chrysler…

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