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Ill. Family in Voluntary Quarantine Over Ebola Fear

Ill. Family in Voluntary Quarantine Over Ebola Fear

A Rock Island family is in a voluntary quarantine after a family member arrived there from Liberia, health officials said. The Rock Island County Health Department said a family of five was placed into voluntary quarantine after Jennifer Philips arrived in the town from Liberia, though she reported that she had no contact with anyone with the Ebola virus and was experiencing no symptoms.

Flight to Chicago Diverted After Mechanical Issue

Flight to Chicago Diverted After Mechanical Issue

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Monday, Oct 20, 2014 • Updated at 10:16 PM CDT A SkyWest flight traveling to O’Hare Airport in Chicago made an emergency landing Monday after the crew reported a mechanical issue. SkyWest flight 5290, operating as a United Express from Asheville, North Carolina to Chicago, was diverted to DuPage, Illinois after reports of an unknown mechanical issue.

Cicero Man Sentenced in Murder of Ex-Girlfriend, 15

Cicero Man Sentenced in Murder of Ex-Girlfriend, 15

A Cicero man has been sentenced to 122 years in prison for the brutal murder of his 15-year-old ex-girlfriend and the attempted murder of her mother outside their Romeoville home earlier this year, Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow announced Monday. Erick M.

Families "Heartbroken" After 7 Bodies Found in Indiana

Families "Heartbroken" After 7 Bodies Found in Indiana

10/20/2014: Afrika Hardy’s mother says her daughter didn’t deserve to die. Regina Waldroup reports.

Federal Rule Restricts Sale of High-Powered Magnets

Federal Rule Restricts Sale of High-Powered Magnets

10/20/2014: The death of 19-month-old Annaka Chaffin was not the first death connected to high-powered magnets, but it may be the last if a new federal rule just passed has its intended effect. Lisa Parker reports.

University of Chicago to be part of city’s Ebola resource network

University of Chicago to be part of city’s Ebola resource network

October 20, 2014 The University of Chicago Medical Center will be one of four hospitals in the city to treat patients with Ebola as part of a network created under the direction of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Chicago Department of Public Health. The others are Rush University Medical Center, Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

Dolphins vs. Bears: Three Phase Report Card

Dolphins vs. Bears: Three Phase Report Card

In our weekly grading of how the Chicago Bears did, we examine the offensive struggles and defensive lapses that led to Sunday’s loss against the Miami Dolphins.  Offense: C- The Chicago Bears’ offense is supposed to be one of its strengths, but with their scoring average down to 22 points per game and only scoring 14 points against the Miami Dolphins on their home field, things are not going right for this group at the moment. The only reason this unit’s grade isn’t even lower is because of Matt Forte.

Suspected Serial Killer Is Sex Offender in Texas

Suspected Serial Killer Is Sex Offender in Texas

10/20/14: As of Monday morning, the bodies of seven women had been discovered throughout Hammond and Gary, Indiana. The man who police say confessed to killing a woman then led police to the bodies of six others in northwestern Indiana is a registered sex offender in Texas.

Marshall Calls Bears’ Loss to Dolphins "Unacceptable"

Marshall Calls Bears’ Loss to Dolphins "Unacceptable"

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall has always been known as an outspoken person, whether addressing the teams he has played for or whether he’s working to further his advocacy of mental health awareness. That’s why it shouldn’t come as a surprise that after the Bears lost 27-14 to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Marshall made sure the media knew that the players in the locker room were angry about the game: “There’s a lot of guys this means a lot to.

Chicago Eateries Among Nation’s "Best Wine List Restaurants"

Chicago Eateries Among Nation’s "Best Wine List Restaurants"

Chicago is home to some of the world’s top bars, and has even been named the best city for drinking in America, but now the city can claim another alcohol-related title. Two Chicago restaurants were named among the 2014 Best Wine List Restaurants in America by OpenTable ..

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