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Drew Peterson, convicted of killing his third wife and suspected in his fourth spouse’s disappearance, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges he tried to hire someone to kill the prosecutor who helped put him in state prison. NBC Chicago’s Christian Farr reports.
Attention, shopaholics! A whole slew of new stores opens at the mega outlet mall in Aurora Thursday. Chicago Premium Outlets will open more than 30 new and expanded stores to shoppers starting at 10 a.m.
A father and son were killed during a fire at a home in Gary, Indiana early Thursday morning. Fire officials said the fire broke out at 4:40 a.m.
A woman has filed a lawsuit against Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose, claiming he and two friends drugged and gang-raped her. The lawsuit, which was first reported by TMZ Wednesday and made public Thursday, says the incident took place in August of 2013.
The new school year has just begun, but a battle over dress code has already broken out at a suburban school with a rule that students only wear shirts and dresses with sleeves. NBC 5′s Regina Waldroup reports.
A Chicago area party bus company is facing more accusations that it is stranding customers. NBC 5′s Chris Coffey reports.
Marquess Wilson #10 and Alshon Jeffery #17 of the Chicago Bears talk during a timeout in the fourth quarter of the game against the Detroit Lions runs at Ford Field on November 27, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan. The Lions defeated the Bears 34-17.
A new TargetExpress store set to open in the Streeterville neighborhood is on track to becoming the first ever Target store to service alcohol to customers. A spokesperson for the chain confirmed to NBC Chicago that Target is seeking a liquor license for the store.
unable to retrieve full-text content If there was any day to pamper your pooch, Wednesday’s ‘National Dogs Day’ might be it. NBC 5′s LeeAnn Trotter reports.
One of the Japanese sliding door paintings from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition that was discovered recently in a Chicago Park District storage facility. Three Japanese sliding door paintings from the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago were found in a park district storage facility, the city announced Wednesday.