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Man Fatally Shot Near Expressway Was on His Way Home: Family

Man Fatally Shot Near Expressway Was on His Way Home: Family

It’s been more than 24 hours since the deadly shooting that left Jeremy Scullark dead–and family members say they’ve gotten few answers. Thursday night they told NBC 5 they want to make sure he is remembered as more than a statistic.

Man Found Tied Up in Cicero Home Was Strangled: Autopsy

Man Found Tied Up in Cicero Home Was Strangled: Autopsy

A man found dead, tied up and facedown on a couch in a Cicero home Wednesday was strangled, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. A spokesman for the city of Cicero told NBC 5 the person was a man in his 50s.

Markham’s Mayor-Elect Convicted of Mail Fraud

Markham’s Mayor-Elect Convicted of Mail Fraud

No one tried to knock Roger Agpawa off the ballot even though it was no secret he had a conviction for mail fraud. As he sees it — he’s redeemed himself and looks to be sworn in as Markham’s mayor in a few weeks.

‘Three Alphas’ Held Meeting Before Bulls’ Game 2 Win

‘Three Alphas’ Held Meeting Before Bulls’ Game 2 Win

Dwyane Wade, left, and Jimmy Butler met before the Bulls’ Game 2 win over the Boston Celtics, and the team says that the meeting went a long way toward helping them win the game. Before their victory over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday night, three of the Chicago Bulls’ biggest stars had an impromptu meeting, and it went a long way toward the team grabbing a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series.

Feds Say State Pipeline Safety Lax Due to Chicago Problems

Feds Say State Pipeline Safety Lax Due to Chicago Problems

The federal government says the systems put in place by the State of Illinois to prevent potentially catastrophic damage to pipelines is “inadequate”, because of lax enforcement by the city of Chicago. The program is most familiar to the general public through signs warning to “Call JULIE Before You Dig”.

History Unkind to Blackhawks When Facing 3-0 Deficit

History Unkind to Blackhawks When Facing 3-0 Deficit

Corey Crawford and the Chicago Blackhawks trail the Nashville Predators three games to none, and history suggests just how difficult it will be for the Blackhawks to come back. The Chicago Blackhawks are facing a steep mountain to climb as they look to get back into their series against the Nashville Predators, and the team’s history paints a picture of just how difficult the road ahead would be.

Chicago Lawsuit Alleges Bose Headphones Spy on Customers

Chicago Lawsuit Alleges Bose Headphones Spy on Customers

According to a lawsuit filed this week in Chicago, one popular brand of wireless headphones may actually be sharing everything you listen to with someone else. Kyle Zak alleges that the Bose quiet comfort headphones he bought for around $350 collected information about what he listened to when used with Bose sound connect, a smartphone app the company recommends to get the most out of its product.

Predators Sweep Blackhawks Thanks to Game 4 Win

Predators Sweep Blackhawks Thanks to Game 4 Win

In a stunning reversal of fortune, the Chicago Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup dreams are already dashed as they were swept out of the postseason by the Nashville Predators.  The sweep is not only the first under head coach Joel Quenneville, but it’s the first time the Blackhawks have been swept out of the playoffs since they were eliminated by the St. Louis Blues in 1993.  Pekka Rinne once again stymied the Blackhawks, stopping 30 shots on goal en route to his fourth straight victory.

These Are the Top 10 Suburbs in Illinois: Report

These Are the Top 10 Suburbs in Illinois: Report

A new report has named the village of Buffalo Grove the best place to live in Illinois. “We are honored to be recognized as the best place to live, work and raise a family,” Beverly Sussman, the village’s president, said in a statement.

Widow Gets $3M After Suing Drug Company Over Husband’s Death

Widow Gets $3M After Suing Drug Company Over Husband’s Death

A Chicago widow accused a major drugmaker of causing her husband’s suicide and failing to warn the public about known side effects of a commonly prescribed drug. A federal jury of nine men and women said the drug paroxetine, commonly known by its brand name–Paxil, was to blame for the death of a successful Chicago attorney and family man who committed suicide suddenly one summer day seven years ago when he stepped in front of an oncoming Blue Line CTA train.

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