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Wrigley Rooftop Owner Indicted for Fraud Charges

Wrigley Rooftop Owner Indicted for Fraud Charges

A Wrigleyville rooftop owner was indicted on federal fraud charges for allegedly scheming to withhold hundreds of thousands of dollars in dues to the Chicago Cubs, the state of Illinois, Cook County and the city of Chicago, U.S. Attorney Zach Fardon announced Friday.

Showers Possible for Shamrock Shuffle

Showers Possible for Shamrock Shuffle

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox This morning’s lake effect snow will come to an end but there’s another system that may affect runners in Sunday’s Shamrock Shuffle. (Published Friday, Mar 27, 2015) Shamrock Shuffle runners could be showered with rain during the event this weekend.

Police: Soiled Diapers Being Dumped in NW Indiana

Police: Soiled Diapers Being Dumped in NW Indiana

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Crews collect trash bags full of garbage found on LaPorte County roadways. The LaPorte County Sheriff’s office said two northwest Indiana towns have a littering problem, and it’s much stinkier than just trash.

Autistic Boy Forced to Remove His Letter Jacket

Autistic Boy Forced to Remove His Letter Jacket

unable to retrieve full-text content A mother is outraged after her son’s school forces him to remove a varsity letter jacket because special-needs athletes aren’t allowed to wear the letters.

Official: Call for Ind. Boycott a "Tempest in a Teacup"

Official: Call for Ind. Boycott a "Tempest in a Teacup"

Critics say the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed Thursday by Gov. Mike Pence, is a license to discriminate.

Where Does Harry Reid’s Departure Leave Sen. Durbin?

Where Does Harry Reid’s Departure Leave Sen. Durbin?

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox In this Sept. 12, 2014 photo, U.S.

Bears Ink Ball to One-Year Deal

Bears Ink Ball to One-Year Deal

The Chicago Bears continued their trend of signing defensive players to one-year contracts this week, inking cornerback Alan Ball to a pact Friday morning. Ball, who graduated from the University of Illinois and was drafted in the seventh round of the 2007 NFL Draft, has played for three different teams in his career, including the last two seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Light Snowfall Expected Through Morning

Light Snowfall Expected Through Morning

This morning’s lake effect snow will come to and end but there’s another system that may affect runner in Sunday’s Shamrock Shuffle. (Published Friday, Mar 27, 2015) Chicago’s Department of Streets and Sanitation early Friday deployed 200 snow plows and salt trucks to keep main streets clear from falling lake-effect snow.

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