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Dennis Hastert seen in a 1981 Yorkville High School yearbook photo. Hastert was a teacher and wrestling coach at the school from 1965 to 1981.
Federal officials allege the former Speaker of the U.S. House evaded bank rules and then lied to the FBI when asked about his transactions.
Video posted to a “MyC-SPAN” account on Thursday of a phone call former House Speaker Dennis Hastert received during an appearance on the network has raised questions as to whether there’s any link between the call and the federal charges brought against Hastert. The Washington Journal episode aired on a Nov.
The new Japanese macaque at Lincoln Park Zoo, an unnamed male, was born May 2, and has not left the arms of mother Ono. NBC Chicago’s LeeAnn Trotter reports.
Two officers have collected nearly $250,000 salary while on paid leave, and Glenview’s village manager wants to know what’s taking so long with the investigation. NBC Chicago’s Phil Rogers reports.
Peaches, a Blackhawks-loving Moluccan cockatoo, bashes the Anaheim Ducks in a new video. (Courtesy: Terri Sween) (Published Friday, May 29, 2015) Peaches is a big Blackhawks fan, and she really doesn’t like ducks.
As the National Spelling Bee comes to an end with winning words like scherenschnitte and nunatak, a new report has shown which words non-championship spellers are spell-checking in each state. According to a report from Vocativ and Google Trends, which analyzed data detailing the most Googled spellings of words in each state, Illinoisans struggle with spelling the word “grey,” which the Associated Press says should be spelled “gray.” Illinois wasn’t the only state to heavily Google the proper spelling of “grey,” however.
CHICAGO, IL – MAY 27: Brandon Saad #20 of the Chicago Blackhawks celebrates a second period goal against the Anaheim Ducks in Game Six of the Western Conference Finals during the 2015 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at the United Center on May 27, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) With both conference final series heading to Game 7’s on Friday and Saturday night, the NHL has unleashed a new ad that underscores just how important it is to players that they get onto the ultimate stage of the Stanley Cup Final.
A 61-year-old woman was shot while sitting in her living room after bullets came flying through the window of her home on Chicago’s Southwest Side. Michelle Relerford reports.