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Construction Begins on McDonald’s New Chicago Headquarters

Construction Begins on McDonald’s New Chicago Headquarters

After 45 years in Chicago’s suburbs, McDonald’s will be moving its headquarters to the city’s West Loop neighborhood. McDonald’s will break ground on its new downtown Chicago corporate headquarters Tuesday.

Dancing Officer’s Viral Moves Help Raise Money for Charity

Dancing Officer’s Viral Moves Help Raise Money for Charity

A Tennessee police officer is spreading holiday cheer in an unexpected way during the Salvation Army’s Kettle Drive this season. Cleveland Police Officer Sean Bulow made headlines across the country for his entertaining dance moves while bell ringing outside an area Walmart this week.

State’s Attorney Agrees to Take Second Look at Scores of Cases Involving Alleged Dirty Cops

State’s Attorney Agrees to Take Second Look at Scores of Cases Involving Alleged Dirty Cops

For years, residents of the Ida B. Wells housing project on Chicago’s South Side complained they were being shaken down, in some cases even framed, by a group of corrupt police officers led by Sgt.

Chris Sale Traded to Red Sox in Blockbuster Deal: Report

Chris Sale Traded to Red Sox in Blockbuster Deal: Report

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox MIAMI, FL – AUGUST 14: Chris Sale #49 of the Chicago White Sox looks on during the game against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park on August 14, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images) The Chicago White Sox have made the first big splash of baseball’s offseason, as they’ve sent pitcher Chris Sale to the Boston Red Sox in a blockbuster trade.

3 ‘Englewood Angels’ Found Living in Abandoned Chicago Home

3 ‘Englewood Angels’ Found Living in Abandoned Chicago Home

Three sisters were found by police living in an abandoned building in the Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. Natalie Martinez reports.

SWAT Negotiating With Person on CTA Tracks

SWAT Negotiating With Person on CTA Tracks

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Chicago police, firefighters and SWAT units work to negotiate a man down from the “L” tracks in Chicago’s West Loop near CTA’s Morgan Station. Chicago Transit Authority’s Green and Pink Line services were disrupted early Tuesday as SWAT teams worked to negotiate with a man on the “L” tracks in the city’s West Loop.

Chicago Eateries Named Among ‘Best Restaurants in America’

Chicago Eateries Named Among ‘Best Restaurants in America’

What’s for dinner: ALINEA, 1723 N. Halsted in Chicago.

Susana Mendoza Sworn in as Illinois Comptroller

Susana Mendoza Sworn in as Illinois Comptroller

After being sworn in Monday in Springfield’s Capitol rotunda, Comptroller Susana Mendoza vowed to be an “independent, truth-telling watchdog” for the state. During her speech, Mendoza criticized Gov.

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