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NTSB: "The Train is Not Going to Go Anywhere"

NTSB: "The Train is Not Going to Go Anywhere"

CTA Spokesman Describes Blue Line Crash Chicago Transit Autority spokesman Brian Steele spoke with reporters about the crash at the O’Hare station at 5 a.m. More Photos and Videos Commuters won’t have access to the Chicago Transit Authority’s Blue Line station at O’Hare International Airport before Tuesday afternoon.

Jordan, Pippen Were Initially Asked to Visit North Korea

Jordan, Pippen Were Initially Asked to Visit North Korea

Barry Brecheisen Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan reportedly had no interest in visiting North Korea. Dennis Rodman Talks Friendship with Kim Jong Un Former National Basketball Association (NBA) star Dennis Rodman arrives in North Korea to strengthen his friendship with the country and it’s leaders.

Former Housemate Charged With Killing Father And Son

Former Housemate Charged With Killing Father And Son

Father, Teenage Son Shot to Death Palatine Police are investigating the murder of a man and his son. They were found inside an apartment.

Navy Pier’s Ferris Wheel Gets First Makeover

Navy Pier’s Ferris Wheel Gets First Makeover

The city of Chicago plays a major part in the new movie, “Divergent.” LeeAnn Trotter talks to some of the stars of the film. Copy Close Link to this video http://www.nbcchicago.com/video/#!/entertainment/the-scene/”Divergent”-Provides-Starring-Role-For-Chicago/250868201 Copy Close Embed this video Replay Shailene Woodley Chats With Seth Meyers About “Divergent” The actress talks about her new big film, living in new places in Los Angeles, and making her own toothpaste.

Injured Arlington Heights Officer Honored

Injured Arlington Heights Officer Honored

unable to retrieve full-text content Arlington Heights Police officer Michael McEvoy was shot in the face during a tense standoff. Thursday, his colleagues recognized him for his bravery.

Genome-wide association studies mislead on cardiac arrhythmia risk gene

Genome-wide association studies mislead on cardiac arrhythmia risk gene

March 20, 2014 Although genome-wide association studies have linked DNA variants in the gene SCN10A with increased risk for cardiac arrhythmia, efforts to determine the gene’s direct influence on the heart’s electrical activity have been unproductive. Now, scientists from the University of Chicago have discovered that these SCN10A variants regulate the function of a different gene, SCN5A, which appears to be the primary gene responsible for cardiac arrhythmia risk.

TV Dramas "Chicago P.D." & "Chicago Fire" Renewed

TV Dramas "Chicago P.D." & "Chicago Fire" Renewed

Casts from both shows appear at the Museum of Broadcast Communications along with their legendary producer. Chicago Fire/PD Cast Appear With Dick Wolf Copy Close Link to this video http://www.nbcchicago.com/video/#!/on-air/as-seen-on/Chicago-Fire/PD-Cast-Appear-With-Dick-Wolf/246272531 Copy Close Embed this video Replay Actor Talks Chicago Roots, Describes “Chicago PD” Character “Chicago PD,” from the makers of the hit NBC show “Chicago Fire,” has Jason Beghe portraying Sgt.

AP Projects Dennis Anderson for 14th District

AP Projects Dennis Anderson for 14th District

Dennis Anderson won the Democratic nomination for the 14th Congressional District against John Hosta with 65 percent, according to projections from the Associated Press. Anderson will run against Republican incumbent Randy Hultgren in November, marking his second run against Hultgren.

Hawks Lose With 5 Seconds Left In OT

Hawks Lose With 5 Seconds Left In OT

It looked like the game was heading to overtime, but when Claude Giroux rifled a wrist shot over Antti Raanta’s blocker pad, it was the Philadelphia Flyers grabbing a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night. Andrew Shaw and Duncan Keith both scored in the first period, but the Blackhawks couldn’t add any more, and it ended up costing them.

Paid Sunday Parking May Return to Some Neighborhoods

Paid Sunday Parking May Return to Some Neighborhoods

Victoria Coleman Chicago parking meter Mayor Remarks on Passage of New Parking Deal Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Wednesday it would have been politically easy to just blame the previous administration for the city’s parking meter deal. Instead, he said Wednesday’s passage of the revised contract helps ease the pain of the 75-year deal.

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