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Work Begins on Wrigley Field Renovation Project

Work Begins on Wrigley Field Renovation Project

9/29/2014: First phase of project expected to be completed by Opening Day 2015. NBC 5′s Anthony Ponce reports.

Chicago’s First Olive Garden Opens on NW Side

Chicago’s First Olive Garden Opens on NW Side

Olive Garden (file photo) Chicago residents won’t have as far to travel for an unlimited pasta bowl. Olive Garden restaurant opened its only eatery in Chicago’s city limits Monday, setting up shop in the Avondale neighborhood at 3555 West Addison St.

Medical Devices Vulnerable to Hack Attacks

Medical Devices Vulnerable to Hack Attacks

9/29/2014: We count on medical devices to keep us alive. But not all of those devices are secure — making it easy for cyber criminals to remotely access them.

CPD Officer Flips SUV in Uptown

CPD Officer Flips SUV in Uptown

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox The officer was transported to a local hospital in serious condition. Monday, Sep 29, 2014 • Updated at 4:18 PM CDT A Chicago Police Department officer was being treated at a local hospital after flipping a police SUV in Uptown Monday.

Durbin, Oberweis Butt Heads on ISIS, IRS

Durbin, Oberweis Butt Heads on ISIS, IRS

Illinois’ Dick Durbin, the No. 2 Democrat in the U.S.

Jewel-Osco Reports Another Possible Data Hack

Jewel-Osco Reports Another Possible Data Hack

Jewel-Osco Computers Hit by Hackers 8/15/2014: According to Jewel’s parent company, AB Acquisition LLC, the unauthorized access appears to have started June 22 and ended on July 17 of this year. NBC 5′s Lauren Jiggetts reports.

President, First Lady and Hillary to Stump for Quinn

President, First Lady and Hillary to Stump for Quinn

AP United States President Barack Obama and First Lady Michele Obama walk toward Marine One on the South Lawn. Some big name Democrats will be in Chicago over the next couple of weeks to help support Gov.

Expressionist Impulses in German and Central European Art, 1890-1990

Expressionist Impulses in German and Central European Art, 1890-1990

October 1, 2015–January 11, 2016 This exhibition covers major movements and tendencies in German and Central European art, from Die Brücke (The Bridge) Expressionism (1905–1914) to 1980s Neo-Expressionism. It showcases the Smart Museum’s rich collection of German and Central European art and includes paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture.  Artists Josef Albers, Lovis Corinth, Max Dungert, Lyonel Feininger, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Hans Hoffmann, Jörg Immendorff, Wassily Kandinsky, Martin Kippenberger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Käthe Kollwitz, Jan Matulka, Ludwig Meidner, Emil Nolde, Felix Nussbaum, Max Pechstein, Karl Peter Röhl, and Kurt Schwitters, among others.

Prosecutors Wrap Case in Brutal Joliet Slayings Trial

Prosecutors Wrap Case in Brutal Joliet Slayings Trial

9/26/2014: Joshua Miner tells police how he killed one of the victims during interrogation. NBC 5′s Christian Farr reports.

Blackhawks Cut Roster to 30

Blackhawks Cut Roster to 30

Joakim Nordstrom #42 of the Chicago Blackhawks skates against the Minnesota Wild at the United Center on April 3, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. The Blackhawks defeated the Wild 3-2 in a shootout.

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