Former manager for Pace Bus Service sentenced  for $300,000 in bribes
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Former manager for Pace Bus Service sentenced for $300,000 in bribes

Over the course of five years, Rajinder Sachdeva, 54, of Schaumburg used his position as department manager at Pace to secure nearly $300,000 in kickbacks and bribes from…

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Mercy Hospital shooting raises questions on who’s responsible for Chicago violence
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Mercy Hospital shooting raises questions on who’s responsible for Chicago violence

The senseless shooting at Mercy Hospital claimed the lives of four, raises questions on who's responsible for violence in Chicago.

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Ex-CPD commander indicted for stealing $360k from social security
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Ex-CPD commander indicted for stealing $360k from social security

Some days it seems like the Chicago Police subscribe to the adage ‘even bad publicity is good publicity,’ but for the embattled agency, the opposite is true. Despite…

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Winter reminds Chicagoans it’s coming,  but the holiday week looks clear
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Winter reminds Chicagoans it’s coming, but the holiday week looks clear

While may in Chicago are wondering where Fall went, Winter has made a ‘soft’ appearance, with chilly temps and some light snow. For the most part, the slightly…

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2019 Chicago mayoral race heats up
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2019 Chicago mayoral race heats up

With his unexpected and fairly last minute announcement that he would not seek re-election, Rahm Emanuel touched off a contentious mad-dash for candidates to get on the ballot…

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Community raised  $150,000 for a reward to catch Rogers Park killer
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Community raised $150,000 for a reward to catch Rogers Park killer

In an attempt to catch a suspect who’s responsible for slaying of two people in Rogers Park in late September, the community raised the reward to $150,000, which…

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Chicago braces for  cold weather, first snow
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Chicago braces for cold weather, first snow

This year Chicago might experience snow much earlier than Thanksgiving, with one of the coldest weeks ahead of us. Saturday is shaping up to be cold for the…

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Pritzker becomes the richest politician in the country
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Pritzker becomes the richest politician in the country

Winning the bid to be the next Illinois governor, longtime Democratic donor and fundraiser J.B. Pritzker has officially become the richest politician in the country with net worth…

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Target shuts down stores on Chicago’s South Side
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Target shuts down stores on Chicago’s South Side

This week Target has announced its plan to shut down two of its stores on Chicago’s South Side, which predominately serve the African-American community. The two stores are…

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Top busiest airports and travel times this Thanksgiving
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Top busiest airports and travel times this Thanksgiving

In an effort to help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to 2018 Thanksgiving travel plans, Hopper and InsureMyTrip research teams reveal what airports and flights to avoid,…

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