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Child Tests Negative for Ebola in Chicago

Child Tests Negative for Ebola in Chicago

10/22/2014: The child who is being test for Ebola became sick on a plane that landed at O’Hare Airport and is now in isolation. Lauren Jiggetts reports.

Dart: Suspected Serial Killer Liked to Visit the Bodies

Dart: Suspected Serial Killer Liked to Visit the Bodies

10/23/2014: Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart discusses suspected serial killer Darren Deon Vann. (Published Thursday, Oct 23, 2014) Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says suspected serial killer Darren Deon Vann liked to revisit his victims’ dead bodies in the abandoned homes after he killed them.

Boil Order in Effect After Water Main Break in Robbins

Boil Order in Effect After Water Main Break in Robbins

10/23/2014: A 24-hour boil order is in effect after water main break in a southern suburb Thursday. Regina Waldroup reports.

Aim for Peace Resources

Aim for Peace Resources

unable to retrieve full-text content Resources in the city of Chicago that aid in mentoring, counseling and other services. Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area

Opinion: Council Critics Have Nothing But Insults for IG Khan

Opinion: Council Critics Have Nothing But Insults for IG Khan

Quick: What’s the first thing most politicians will do they find themselves losing an argument? Why, insult their opponent personally, of course.

Birthday for Dolphon Raised at Brookfield Zoo

Birthday for Dolphon Raised at Brookfield Zoo

unable to retrieve full-text content 10/22/2014: Brookfield Zoo celebrates an important milestone. Their dolphin calf that was hand reared at the zoo is about to turn a year old.

Man Killed in Long Grove Crash

Man Killed in Long Grove Crash

10/22/2014: Emergency crews were called to Old McHenry and Cuba roads in Long Grove for a crash involving a tractor trailer. A 58-year-old man was killed in a crash in Long Grove Wednesday, officials said.

Man Charged With Arson in Logan Square Fire

Man Charged With Arson in Logan Square Fire

NEWSLETTERS Receive the latest local updates in your inbox Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014 • Updated at 9:05 PM CDT An 18-year-old man has been charged with arson in a fire in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood that damaged two homes and left 10 people displaced, police said. Isaiah Camacho, of the 4700 block of West Deming Place, was charged with one count of felony arson.

Skokie School Closed for 2nd Day After Social Media Threats

Skokie School Closed for 2nd Day After Social Media Threats

Skokie School District 73.5 administrators canceled classes for a second day at a north suburban middle school after a series of threatening Instagram posts were shared with sixth grade students. The closures at Oliver McCracken Middle School at 8000 E.

Which Big City is Better for Business?

Which Big City is Better for Business?

New York and Los Angeles may be bigger than Chicago, but bigger isn’t always better when it comes to running a business in the nation’s three largest cities. Chicago outranks both New York and LA in terms of overall quality of life, a key metric for employers looking to recruit top talent.

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