Condé Nast Traveler Ranks Chicago as No. 2 Travel Destination
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Condé Nast Traveler Ranks Chicago as No. 2 Travel Destination

The annual Readers’ Choice Awards in Condé Nast Traveler are out and it is great news for the Windy City. The culturally and architecturally rich city of Chicago…

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Twin “Warriors” Recovering Strong After Surgery
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Twin “Warriors” Recovering Strong After Surgery

Jadon and Anias McDonald, 13-month-old twins from Illinois, have come to be known as the twin “warriors.” Conjoined at their heads, the twins underwent a successful 16-hour reconstructive…

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Derrick Rose Found Not Liable In Civil Rape Trial
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Derrick Rose Found Not Liable In Civil Rape Trial

The Derrick Rose rape case trial has intensified as the looming question for the NBA star is whether he understands the word “consent.” Embroiled in a $21 million…

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Report Shows Positive Trend in Firearm Usage in Chicago
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Report Shows Positive Trend in Firearm Usage in Chicago

A new report released by the Chicago Inspector General suggests Chicago Police have drastically brought down the usage of firearms since last year. “This would suggest that our…

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CTA Stations to Get Arty
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CTA Stations to Get Arty

The Chicago Transit Authority stations along the Brown, Blue and Green lines are about to get way more artistic and cultural. After receiving and reviewing more than 350…

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Police Union Backing Trump
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Police Union Backing Trump

Chicago’s police union ever so quietly endorsed Republican nominee for president Donald Trump. On their website on Oct. 7, they posted an article titled “FOP Political Endorsements” under…

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State to Close Vehicle Emissions Test Sites in Chicago
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State to Close Vehicle Emissions Test Sites in Chicago

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) made a sudden move to close two vehicle emissions testing centers within Chicago city limits. The move, announced Wednesday, is meant to…

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Target Refuses to Participate in the Creepy Clown Scare
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Target Refuses to Participate in the Creepy Clown Scare

Super retailer Target has taken a stand this Halloween that none of the stores or the online portal will sell any clown costumes and accessories, amidst the growing…

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Journalists and Filmmakers Get Arrested  for Reporting on Dakota Pipeline
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Journalists and Filmmakers Get Arrested for Reporting on Dakota Pipeline

The battle between Native American Indians who want to preserve their ancestral lands, and oil and gas companies who want to build pipelines right through has taken another…

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Chicago Crime Map: Nine Killed and 41 Wounded
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Chicago Crime Map: Nine Killed and 41 Wounded

1. A man was killed late Wednesday night in the Back of the Yards neighborhood. The 39-year-old man was shot in the torso in the 4300 block of…

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