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Olympics Organizers Ensure Safety Amid North Korea Tensions

Olympics Organizers Ensure Safety Amid North Korea Tensions

First torch bearer, South Korean figure skater You Young, holds the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics torch during a torch relay on Nov. 1, 2017, in Incheon, South Korea.

Black Ice Causes Series of Crashes in Chicago Area

Black Ice Causes Series of Crashes in Chicago Area

WATCH LIVE Today With Kathie Lee & Hoda Author James Patterson; small businesses; favorite things; Gwen Stefani performs. NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Icy roads caused a number of crashes in the Chicago area early Monday morning, shutting down roadways as crews worked to salt.

Bears’ Cam Meredith Makes a Difference This Thanksgiving

Bears’ Cam Meredith Makes a Difference This Thanksgiving

unable to retrieve full-text content A homegrown football player is using his star power to make a difference this Thanksgiving. 

Todd Stroger Announces Run for Cook County Board President

Todd Stroger Announces Run for Cook County Board President

It appears, Cook County will see another Preckwinkle-Stroger showdown. Todd Stroger on Monday announced he would be running for Cook County Board president once again, a position he had lost to Preckwinkle years ago.

Rundown: Manson, Icy Roads, Chicago Cop’s Sentencing

Rundown: Manson, Icy Roads, Chicago Cop’s Sentencing

unable to retrieve full-text content The top headlines you need to know as you start your day on Nov. 20, 2017.

Forecast: Clear & Cold Start

Forecast: Clear & Cold Start

unable to retrieve full-text content Andy Avalos has the latest forecast update for the Chicago area. 

Chicago Prepares to Sue U.S. Steel Over Chromium Leaks

Chicago Prepares to Sue U.S. Steel Over Chromium Leaks

U.S. Steel spilled chromium into a tributary, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the city is suing the company, saying that they are threatening Chicago’s most precious natural resource: Lake Michigan.

1 Dead, 9 Wounded in Weekend Shootings

1 Dead, 9 Wounded in Weekend Shootings

One person is dead and at least nine have been shot and wounded across the city of Chicago so far this weekend. The first fatality of the weekend occurred on Sunday when a 30-year-old man suffered what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his leg.

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