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Rogers Park Residents Meet After Teacher Fatally Shot

Rogers Park Residents Meet After Teacher Fatally Shot

Three days after a beloved Chicago teacher was killed in a drive-by shooting, her loved ones continue to pay their respects as police and community members held a meeting Monday night about violence in the Rogers Park neighborhood. A memorial stands just steps from where 64-year-old Cynthia Trevillion was shot and killed near the Morse CTA Red Line station on Friday, and on Monday, dozens of people gathered in the middle of the street to reclaim their sense of safety.  Trevillion was in the 6900 block of North Glenwood at around 6:30 p.m.

Joe Maddon Doesn’t Care If You Disagree With Him

Joe Maddon Doesn’t Care If You Disagree With Him

Cubs manager Joe Maddon knows he’s received some harsh criticism for his bullpen choices in Game 2 against the Dodgers – and he doesn’t care. Maddon defended his decision to not use All-Star closer Wade Davis Monday and went so far as to turn the backlash on those who disagreed with him, particularly on Twitter.

Chicago Once Again Tops List of Rattiest Cities In US

Chicago Once Again Tops List of Rattiest Cities In US

The City of Chicago announced a new tool in its efforts to combat the rat population Tuesday. NBC 5’s Regina Waldroup reports.

Rogers Park Community to Meet After Teacher Fatally Shot

Rogers Park Community to Meet After Teacher Fatally Shot

Three days after a beloved Chicago teacher was killed in a drive-by shooting, her loved ones continue to pay their respects as police and community members prepare to hold a meeting Monday night about violence in the Rogers Park neighborhood. A memorial stands just steps from where 64-year-old Cynthia Trevillion was shot and killed near the Morse CTA Red Line station on Friday.

After Court Declines to Hear Appeal, Bonnie Liltz Speaks Out

After Court Declines to Hear Appeal, Bonnie Liltz Speaks Out

A chronically ill Schaumburg mother who pleaded guilty in the death of her severely disabled daughter is preparing for the possibility of having to soon return to prison. “It’s difficult.

Program Helps Adults With Disabilities Find Jobs They Love

Program Helps Adults With Disabilities Find Jobs They Love

unable to retrieve full-text content Teaching Together Chicago offers paid internships for adults with disabilities within Chicago Catholic Schools. Interns receive job training and mentoring to help them secure employment.

Chicago Riverwalk Flooding Hits Businesses’ Bottom Line

Chicago Riverwalk Flooding Hits Businesses’ Bottom Line

Businesses that depend on the Chicago River expressed concern after heavy rainfall over the weekend resulted in a loss of customers and profit. The entire Chicago area saw record rainfall on Saturday, with flooding impacting most of northern Illinois and even overtaking the city’s Riverwalk.

Why Cubs’ Team Plane Diverted En Route to Los Angeles

Why Cubs’ Team Plane Diverted En Route to Los Angeles

A day before the Chicago Cubs were due to take on the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NLCS Saturday night, the team’s plane was diverted en route to Los Angeles. A spokesman told NBC Chicago on Friday morning the plane was routed to Albuquerque because of an ill family member on the flight.

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