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Trump Makes 2 Chicago-Area Campaign Stops Wednesday

Trump Makes 2 Chicago-Area Campaign Stops Wednesday

Donald Trump returns to Illinois Wednesday, campaigning in both Chicago and the city’s suburbs. Trump’s first stop is expected to be at Chicago’s Polish National Alliance, a late addition to the schedule ahead of the candidate’s planned trip to Bolingbrook later in the afternoon.

Englewood Neighborhood Gets First Whole Foods, Starbucks

Englewood Neighborhood Gets First Whole Foods, Starbucks

A new Whole Foods Market will open in Chicago’s Englewood Wednesday, bringing fresh food and much-needed economic development to one of the city’s most underserved neighborhoods.  Mayor Rahm Emanuel will join Whole Foods Market Co-CEO Walter Robb and community members for a ribbon-cutting ceremony before the doors open to the 18,000-square-foot store that has been three years in the making. The store will work with more than 35 local suppliers to bring fresh products on the shelves.  “Today we are doing much more than opening the doors to a new Whole Foods.

Chance the Rapper Headed to National Christmas Tree Lighting

Chance the Rapper Headed to National Christmas Tree Lighting

Chance the Rapper will perform at the National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony at the White House this December. The Chicago native will do so alongside Kelly Clarkson and Yolanda Adams at the annual event.

CPS Teacher Says School Served Student Moldy Food

CPS Teacher Says School Served Student Moldy Food

A Chicago Public Schools teacher is on a food quality crusade after taking pictures of the moldy meal she says was served to one of her students. The Hanson Park 7th grader told NBC 5 he was served a very moldy orange during breakfast Monday morning.

DNA Evidence Clears Man Of Murder 20 Years Into Sentence

DNA Evidence Clears Man Of Murder 20 Years Into Sentence

For more than 20 years a Chicago man served time for murdering a 6-year-old boy, but now DNA evidence has cleared him and he regained his freedom Tuesday. NBC 5’s Dick Johnson reports.

Cop Drives Distraught Man More Than 100 Miles

Cop Drives Distraught Man More Than 100 Miles

When a police officer pulled Mark Ross over for speeding home he was distraught. He had just received word that his 15-year-old sister had been killed in a car accident in Detroit, so he and a friend jumped in a car and headed toward Michigan—but neither of the men had valid driver’s licenses and Ross had a warrant out of for his arrest, InsideEdition.com reports.

Vets Warn Dog Owners of Rise in Bacterial Disease in Chicago

Vets Warn Dog Owners of Rise in Bacterial Disease in Chicago

Veterinarians are warning about a rise in cases of a bacterial disease that can kill dogs and can even spread to humans. Katie Kim reports.

Water Department Trucks Infested With Bedbugs: City Workers

Water Department Trucks Infested With Bedbugs: City Workers

Some city workers say they’re battling bed bugs on the job and want the city to do something about it. NBC 5’s Regina Waldroup reports.

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