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Predators Beat Blackhawks 6-2

Predators Beat Blackhawks 6-2

Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane (88) celebrates after scoring a goal against the Nashville Predators in the second period of Game 2 of an NHL Western Conference hockey playoff series Friday, April 17, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn. The Chicago Blackhawks went into Game 2 against the Nashville Predators looking to take a stranglehold on the series, but the Predators had other ideas as they used four unanswered goals to grab a 6-2 victory on Friday night.

"Possible Shots Fired" at SIU Prompts Evacuation

"Possible Shots Fired" at SIU Prompts Evacuation

A report of “possible shots fired” at Southern Illinois University on Friday evening prompted the evacuation of a building on the north side of campus but officials later said they could find no indication of gunfire. Lawson Hall, at 609 Wham Dr.

Hawks Look to Take 2-0 Series Lead Over Predators

Hawks Look to Take 2-0 Series Lead Over Predators

Nashville Predators defenseman Seth Jones (3) trips Chicago Blackhawks left wing Bryan Bickell (29) during the first overtime of Game 1 of an NHL Western Conference hockey playoff series Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn. Jones was penalized for tripping.

George’s Passing Touches Chicago’s Hispanic Community

George’s Passing Touches Chicago’s Hispanic Community

unable to retrieve full-text content Cardinal Francis George was beloved in the Hispanic community. Telemundo’s César Rodríguez reports.

Rauner Meets With Tornado Victims

Rauner Meets With Tornado Victims

unable to retrieve full-text content Storms leveled the small town of Fairdale last week.

Subpoenas Issued in CPS Investigation

Subpoenas Issued in CPS Investigation

Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett is taking a leave of absence amid a federal investigation into a no-bid contract awarded to one of her former employers. (Published Friday, Apr 17, 2015) Chicago Public Schools officials on Friday revealed that subpoenas had been issued in reference to the federal investigation into a multi-million no-bid contract.

Three Days of Services Planned for Cardinal George

Three Days of Services Planned for Cardinal George

Cardinal Francis George, the sixth cardinal to lead Chicago’s 2.3 million Catholics, has died after years of battling cancer. He was 78.

Police: Robbers Demand Victims Withdraw Money From ATMs

Police: Robbers Demand Victims Withdraw Money From ATMs

Two robberies earlier this month in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood prompted police this week to issue a community alert in the area. Both incidents happened within a few blocks of Wrigley Field.

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