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A look at some of the top and most interesting local stories, updated multiple times each weekday.

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  • Child becomes sixth person to die after Waukesha parade tragedy

    23/11/2021 Duration: 11min

    Also in the news tonight: crews have put out a fire that gutted a well-known restaurant in Oak Park and briefly forced authorities to evacuate neighboring buildings as a precaution; health care workers say the Chicago area's blood supply is reaching critical levels; two brothers who attended Lake Forest High School could spend a year behind bars, accused of storming the U.S. Capitol in January; the city of Chicago is investigating allegations of wage theft and discrimination at three locations of Parlor Pizza; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Mayor Lightfoot promises review of city's security plans after Waukesha tragedy

    23/11/2021 Duration: 08min

    In other news: The Red Cross is urging eligible donors to give blood or platelets in the coming weeks and says this is the lowest blood supply in more than a decade; A Chicago man has been found guilty of murder in the stabbing death of his girlfriend six-years ago; The man who coached the Chicago Red Stars in last weekend's National Women’s Soccer League championship game is accused of being verbally and emotionally abusive to his players; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Driver of SUV in Waukesha parade incident charged with homicide

    22/11/2021 Duration: 11min

    In other stories tonight: there's been a significant increase in Chicago Police Officers who have complied with the city's vaccination status mandate; Mayor Lightfoot says the city should not get complacent in their vaccination efforts; police were searching for a man who they say shot two women, one of them fatally, early Monday in Gresham on the South Side; the holiday travel rush is in full swing at Chicago's airports; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Gunfire erupted during a confrontation involving Chicago Police

    22/11/2021 Duration: 10min

    Also in the news:  One man is hospitalized and another in police custody following a shooting on a CTA bus last night; The City of Chicago is hosting a free virtual town hall today to help connect people with resources available to avoid eviction; The Illinois Department of Public Health and the state's Emergency Management Agency are teaming up with Forest Park School District 91 to get children ages 5 to 11 their COVID-19 shots; and more.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Covid-19 patient sues Edward Hospital in Naperville to receive the controversial anti-parasite drug ivermectin

    20/11/2021 Duration: 06min

    In other news: some High School students in Skokie turn in  bundles of cash fell from an armored truck; It was a quiet night in Kenosha after Kyle Rittenhouse  was acquitted on all counts in the shooting of three demonstrators during protests in August of 2020; an much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Jury finds Rittenhouse not guilty on all charges

    19/11/2021 Duration: 11min

    In other stories tonight: the state of Illinois is rolling out a media campaign urging people to either get their COVID-19 vaccine or a booster dose ahead of the holiday season; a report from the Chicago Public Schools' inspector general says a dozen employees and a volunteer at a high school had inappropriate relationships with students or helped cover them up; football returns to Wrigley Field this weekend 11 years to the day after a notorious Northwestern game; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Jurors continue work toward verdict in Rittenhouse case

    19/11/2021 Duration: 07min

    Also in the news: Riding the CTA's Brown Line into the Loop should be a smoother ride starting today following the opening of the long-awaited "flyover" in the Lakeview neighborhood; Loyola Medicine is joining the effort to vaccinate young children against COVID-19; City officials have chosen development teams for projects worth 126-million dollars in three commercial corridors; The federal government has awarded nearly 140-million dollars in community policing grants to agencies across the country including several in Illinois; and much more.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Rittenhouse jurors head home without verdict, after third day of deliberations

    18/11/2021 Duration: 12min

    In other stories tonight: Coronavirus cases are on the rise in Cook County; students at a west suburban high school are calling for more mental health support after a second classmate died by suicide this year; a Dolton man is facing drug charges and more after being shot by Joliet police; police in Northwest Indiana say they have solved the thefts of ammunition and other items from a state wildlife area in 2018; and much more.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Charges filed against men responsible for killing armored car guard

    18/11/2021 Duration: 09min

    Also in the news: weather permitting...people willing to get up in the wee hours of the morning tomorrow will be able to see the longest partial lunar eclipse of the century; Mayor Lightfoot has signed an executive order creating a panel tasked with helping ex-cons have a more successful return to society; and more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Crestwood Mayor resigns after pleading guilty to federal corruption charges

    17/11/2021 Duration: 07min

    In other stories tonight: a teenage suspect is in custody this afternoon in the shooting death of a woman inside her home in Zion; the Chicago City Council has voted to make it easier for some people in the Police Department's gang database to have their names removed; leaders of a community group in the Fox River Valley have launched an effort to make it easier for local students to apply for college scholarships; a Bensenville police officer critically wounded nearly two weeks ago is said to be making progress towards his recovery; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Construction worker critically injured after being hit by vehicle on Bishop Ford Freeway

    17/11/2021 Duration: 06min

    Also in the news: 10-years after buying 13-acres of land....the Islamic Center of Naperville is getting approval to build on it; there's fallout in South suburban Markham over phantom businesses getting "pandemic relief funds" from the federal government; Chicago's Vaccination Awareness Day on Friday saw the most COVID-19 vaccine doses administered since May.  More than 20-thousand shots were given in the city; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Three dead after freight train collides with vehicle in Gary

    16/11/2021 Duration: 12min

    In other stories tonight: In Kenosha, a group of 12 jurors began deliberating around 9:15 this morning in Kyle Rittenhouse's homicide trial; members of the Chicago Fire Department staged a dramatic, and fiery, demonstration designed to show the potential perils of deep-frying a turkey; the president of Chicago’s largest police union officially retired from the city's police force today; the Indiana Democratic Party wants the Hoosier state to join neighboring ones that are cashing in on legalized marijuana; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Rittenhouse jury to begin deliberations

    16/11/2021 Duration: 05min

    Also in the news: Mayor Lightfoot is praising President Biden’s trillion-dollar infrastructure bill signing saying it will help expand the CTA Red Line to 130th Street and remove lead service lines from water pipes; the Wauconda Park District has unanimously approved the purchase of a marina on Bangs Lake; Chicago police say three males and a female broke a window of a retail store early today and got away with an unknown amount of merchandise including clothing and shoes; the controversial head of the Chicago police union has announced his retirement from the department; and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Two armored car guards in critical condition after being shot in robbery

    15/11/2021 Duration: 11min

    Also in the news: owners of a northwest suburban restaurant have temporarily closed the business' doors following what health regulators call a COVID-19 outbreak; attorneys for Kyle Rittenhouse say their client had a right to defend himself against people they characterize as aggressive and threatening protesters; a Chicago man is charged in the shooting inside Safari Land in Villa Park Saturday that left one person injured; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • CTA employee stabbed on Loop platform

    15/11/2021 Duration: 10min

    Also in the news: John Catanzara goes before the Chicago Police Board today; Chicago's Women's Soccer Team is one game away from a national title; The last "Sears" store in Illinois closed its doors for good yesterday; Bears Coach Matt Nagy chats with Josh Liss; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Suspect in amusement park shooting now in custody

    14/11/2021 Duration: 06min

    In other news: The man accused of shooting and killing a University of Chicago graduate during a robbery last week was denied bond during a court appearance yesterday; The final Sears store in Illinois closes its doors today; Demonstrators gathered in Chicago's Chinatown yesterday, making demands for the City Council to approve what would be the first majority Asian American ward in the city; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Pingree Grove man charged in homicide of wheeling mother

    12/11/2021 Duration: 11min

    In other stories tonight: we're seeing the season's first snow in some parts of the Chicago area this afternoon; the driver of an SUV was hurt in a crash in Oak Park overnight and the bike shop he ran into was heavily damaged; jurors in Kenosha could begin deliberating in the Kyle Rittenhouse murder case as soon as Monday afternoon; police in Joliet have arrested two more people tied to a string of fights at Joliet West High School in recent weeks; researchers at Northwestern University say they have discovered a breakthrough treatment for spinal cord injuries; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • City officials hoping for large turnout on 'Vaccination Awareness Day'

    12/11/2021 Duration: 06min

    Also in the news: six Y-M-C-A centers are offering a paid day of programs for children while Chicago Public Schools have a day off today; residents of DeKalb are on the lookout for a black bear; help is on the way for the family of a man shot to death in the Hyde Park neighborhood earlier week; Chicago prepares for its first snow of the season; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Body of young black female recovered in northwest Indiana retention pond

    11/11/2021 Duration: 12min

    In other stories tonight: Chicago police say a one-year-old boy is one of three people shot during an incident this afternoon outside a gas station in Chatham; administrators at the University of Chicago tried today to ease concerns about a surge in violence around the Hyde Park campus; leaders in Hoffman Estates have raised concerns about plans to convert a former-medical office building into a mosque and community center; in West suburban Aurora, City officials focused their Veterans Day activities on Women who have served in the Military; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

  • Rittenhouse's defense attorneys seeking mistrial

    11/11/2021 Duration: 07min

    Also in the news: Chicago police say a gunman is dead after an encounter last night with a resident of the Lincoln Park neighborhood; Illinois health officials are concerned about recent trends in the fight against COVID-19; a winning $5.6 million Illinois lotto ticket has been told at a store in Batavia; a search is on for a 16-year-old accused in the deadly shooting of a woman in the far northern suburbs; and much more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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