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Supt. Johnson Speaks Emotionally About Kidney Transplant

Supt. Johnson Speaks Emotionally About Kidney Transplant

For the first time on Tuesday, Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson spoke candidly about the moment he found out he had kidney disease.

Roskam Clarifies Signup Requirements For Tele-Town Halls

Roskam Clarifies Signup Requirements For Tele-Town Halls

US Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) leaves after a House Republican Conference meeting September 29, 2015 at the U.S.

Billions in Unclaimed Cash Due to Illinois Citizens

Billions in Unclaimed Cash Due to Illinois Citizens

Illinois residents may have tens, hundreds, even thousands of dollars just waiting for them to claim , but NBC5 Investigates found the process to get it can be so difficult, some people simply give up. When John O’Kelly saw an ad for the Illinois iCash website , he went to his computer and logged on.

How to Find Out if You Can Claim Money From the State

How to Find Out if You Can Claim Money From the State

You or members of your family may well have money that’s just waiting for you to claim it from the offices of the Illinois State Treasurer. According to Treasurer Michael Frerichs, he’s holding on to more than $2 billion in unclaimed funds – in the form of old security deposits, dusty stock certificates, forgotten insurance policies, and much more.

Jewish Organization Calls For Bomb Threats Investigation

Jewish Organization Calls For Bomb Threats Investigation

A Jewish human rights organization Tuesday called for a special task for to investigate a recent trend in bomb threats made at Jewish community centers. The rash of threats include locations in Chicago , Lake Zurich and Wauconda .

Chicago Area’s Wild Weather Week Continues

Chicago Area’s Wild Weather Week Continues

Chicago’s weather has been strange this week, to say the least – and our rollercoaster ride is far from over.  After a wet, springlike morning followed the city’s four-day streak of record-breaking warmth on Tuesday, those unseasonable temperatures quickly returned, and could climb higher.  Forecasts show temperatures reaching into the 70s on Wednesday, and if O’Hare Airport reaches all the way to 76 degrees, that will set the record for the hottest day ever recorded in February, dating back to the 1870s.  See All the Records Broken During Chicago’s Warm February The current record for the highest temperature specifically on Feb. 22 is 68 degrees, set in 1930.  But if you brought out the patio furniture, you’ll soon have to put it away.  A much stronger lake breeze and cooler temps return Thursday, with a chance of showers and possible thunderstorms in the late afternoon and evening.

Community Group Opposes North Side Target Development

Community Group Opposes North Side Target Development

A group of Rogers Park neighbors made up of Caroline Hedger Apartments residents, Loyola University students and others held a press conference outside the Chicago Housing Authority Tuesday to voice opposition to a proposed Target and conjoined mixed-use development in their North Side neighborhood. Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the CHA announced last month a proposed mixed-income and mixed-use development including affordable and market-rate housing and a “flexible-format” Target store.

Cubs Photo Day Pictures Are Here – And They’re Awesome

Cubs Photo Day Pictures Are Here – And They’re Awesome

The reigning World Series champs are working hard in preparation to defend their title, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a little fun during spring training. Judging from the results of their Photo Day on Tuesday, the Cubs are ready to dominate – and keep the shenanigans going.

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