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NU Professor Remembers Journalist Killed by Militants

NU Professor Remembers Journalist Killed by Militants

8/20/2014: James Foley graduated from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism in 2008. NBC 5′s Nesita Kwan reports.

Rash of Fires Plague Uptown

Rash of Fires Plague Uptown

unable to retrieve full-text content 8/20/2014: Three fires reported in an alley on Margate Terrace. NBC 5′s Marion Brooks reports.

Jackie Robinson West to Face Mo’ne Davis, Philly

Jackie Robinson West to Face Mo’ne Davis, Philly

8/20/2014: It’s Pierce versus, Mo’Ne, Chicago versus Philly, as the two biggest stories so far in the Little League World Series go head-to-head for the right to play for the U.S. title Saturday.

Hostess Closing Schiller Park Twinkie Plant, Again

Hostess Closing Schiller Park Twinkie Plant, Again

CHI Welcome Back to the Twinkie Copy Close Link to this video http://www.nbcchicago.com/video/#!/blogs/inc-well/Hostess-Closing-Schiller-Park-Twinkie-Plant,-Again/272055321 Copy Close Embed this video Replay The Twinkie is back. Hostess held a ceremony Monday to welcome back and reintroduce their beloved sweet.

Rauner Agrees to Only 3 Debates

Rauner Agrees to Only 3 Debates

Gov. Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner appear before the Illinois Education Association.

Chicago Ranks Second for Fast-Growing Businesses

Chicago Ranks Second for Fast-Growing Businesses

Chicagoans mean business. They mean so much business that city companies snagged 95 spots on the Inc.

Valor Games Midwest Kick Off in Chicago

Valor Games Midwest Kick Off in Chicago

The Valor Games is three days of competition in shot put, cycling, archery, rowing and power-lifting that encourages wounded, injured active-duty service members and veterans to push themselves to the limit, despite any post war challenges. LeeAnn Trotter reports.

Watch: James Foley’s 2011 Interview at Northwestern

Watch: James Foley’s 2011 Interview at Northwestern

unable to retrieve full-text content In this video, courtesy Northwestern University, James Foley speaks at Northwestern University in June 2011 after being freed from 44 days of captivity during the civil war in Libya. “The honest fact is when you see something really violent, it does a strange thing to you,” Foley told Medill lecturer Timothy McNulty.

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