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Man Shot Outside River North Nightclub

Man Shot Outside River North Nightclub

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Police respond after a person was shot outside Sound Bar, on the 200 block of West Ontario Street. Friday, Dec 19, 2014 • Updated at 5:25 AM CST One person was shot in the back outside a nightclub in Chicago’s River North neighborhood early Friday morning.

Black Ice Causes Problems on Kennedy Expressway

Black Ice Causes Problems on Kennedy Expressway

Feeder ramps and Express Lanes of the roadway were closed to commuters as temperatures dip just below freezing. NBC Chicago’s Lauren Petty reports.

Chicago Patient Being Monitored for Ebola Symptoms

Chicago Patient Being Monitored for Ebola Symptoms

Medical personnel at the University of Chicago Medical Center on Friday morning said they were monitoring a child to rule out an Ebola diagnosis. The child had a fever during screening at the international terminal at O’Hare International Airport, officials said, but was not displaying any other symptoms of the virus.

Brookfield Zoo Welcomes 2nd Dolphin Calf in 5 Days

Brookfield Zoo Welcomes 2nd Dolphin Calf in 5 Days

Allie and her calf are seen in this photo supplied by the Chicago Zoological Society. A Brookfield Zoo official on Thursday evening announced the birth of a second bottlenose dolphin within five days.

Animal Shelter Passes Fundraising Goal to Save Homeless Pets

Animal Shelter Passes Fundraising Goal to Save Homeless Pets

Suzy Q is one of the residents at Cache Creek Animal Rescue who is looking for a home. Friday marked the start of a happy ending for a suburban animal shelter whose pets are facing homelessness after the shelter received an eviction notice earlier this month.

Analysis Shows Eateries With Most Failed Inspections

Analysis Shows Eateries With Most Failed Inspections

A man at Trinity Bar, on the 2700 block of North Halsted Street, said “no comment” when asked Friday morning about the failed inspections. More than 50 licensed Chicago restaurants failed inspections at least three times each this year, a review of city data shows.

Willie Wilson Calls Mayor’s Tactics Against Him "Racist"

Willie Wilson Calls Mayor’s Tactics Against Him "Racist"

Mayoral candidate Willie Wilson addressed the media in a press conference Friday about Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s challenge to the signatures on Wilson’s petition for mayor. (Published Friday, Dec 19, 2014) Mayoral candidate Willie Wilson is challenging the challenges to the legitimacy of his spot on the ballot.

Quinn Appoints Stermer as Topinka Replacement

Quinn Appoints Stermer as Topinka Replacement

More than a thousand people turned out Wednesday to pay tribute to Illinois’ Comptroller, Judy Baar Topinka. NBC’s Carol Marin reports.

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