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Chicago Reader

Chicago Reader

30 N Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60607   Directions

(312) 828-0350

Streeterville was named for a land-grabbing criminal
01/22/2019 6:00am

Heres the story behind the statue. The John Hancock Center is a popular tourist draw, but few visitors know that the land it sits on was where a dangerous criminal hatched his notorious schemes.

Archive dive: Blvck Vrchives remembers Martin Luther King Jr.'s impact on Chicago
01/21/2019 12:13pm

Dr. Kings dreams can still be heard echoing through the streets of Chicago in vigils, parades, protests, murals, and strolls along King Drive. In the years since Martin Luther King Jr.s death, Chicago continues to remember the civil rights leader with celebrations, murals, a street name, and more. For the 2016 feature Remembering Dr. Kings impact on Chicago on the anniversary of his assassination, Blvck Vrchives founder Renata Cherlise used footage from the March on Washington and photos from the Sun-Times archives to reflect on the time King spent in the city and the ways Chicago maintains his legacy.

Survivors find support at Mujeres Latinas en Acción
01/21/2019 6:00am

The countrys longest-standing Latina organization helps more than 8,000 clients a year in English and Spanish. For Mujeres Latinas en Accn Latina Women in Action, empowering women isnt just about offering counseling, survivor support, and other services out of their three officesits about being an active and visible presence in the community.

No more Joe Moore? 49th Ward prepares to vote . . . or not
01/18/2019 6:00am

In what could be the 28-year incumbents toughest race yet, a changing Rogers Park considers another option. On a sunny afternoon last week, a couple of men walked into Jessicas Western Wear, a large store stocking rainbows of cowboy boots in every type of leather, button-down shirts, wide-brimmed hats, and a variety of other clothes, shoes, and personal grooming items.

Q&A with mayoral candidate Lori Lightfoot
01/17/2019 1:22pm

We cant move forward together as a city, as a state, as a country, if people arent willing to see the other person and not villainize them. In early December Ben Joravsky interviewed candidate Lori Lightfoot.

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago Sun-Times

350 N Orleans St
Chicago, IL 60654   Directions

(312) 321-3000

Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

435 N Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60611   Directions

(312) 222-3232

Northwestern tops Indiana 73-66 for Chris Collins' 100th win as coach
01/22/2019 10:40pm

Aaron Falzon scored a career-high 21 points and matched one with six 3-pointers to lead Northwestern to a 73-66 victory over struggling Indiana on Tuesday night. Falzon made 6 of 7 from beyond the arc. Dererk Pardon scored 17. Chris Collins became the third Northwestern coach with 100 wins, and...

Blackhawks fight back to beat red-hot Islanders 3-2 in shootout
01/22/2019 10:20pm

Its time for the Blackhawks to take a much-needed break. After beating the Islanders 3-2 in a shootout at the United Center on Tuesday, the Hawks head into the All-Star break and then their bye week just one point away from having the fewest in the NHL. When the Hawks resume their season on Feb....

Debris falls onto busy Union Station platform: 'I thought it was a bomb'
01/22/2019 8:55pm

Commuters scrambled to safety during rush hour Tuesday as debris rained down onto the platform and tracks on a crowded Union Station platform, officials and commuters said. Two people were injured by debris that fell around 5 p.m. near Track 5 in the stations north concourse, according to Amtrak...

Where to get help in the Chicago area during the government shutdown
01/22/2019 7:42pm

Here are some of the many offers of help available in the Chicago area to workers affected by the weekslong partial government shutdown. Many of thetens of thousands of workers here haveturned to food banks for help as the shutdown drags on.Many businesses and entertainment venues have stepped...

Federal employees turn to food pantries during government shutdown: 'After a while you have to let that pride go'
01/22/2019 6:40pm

As federal employees brace for a second missed paycheck on Friday, many find themselves in the unfamiliar position of seeking help from Chicago-area food pantries. Some have arrived at local food pantries wearing their Transportation Security Administration uniforms, stopping in to pick up free...

Crain's Chicago Business

Crain's Chicago Business

150 N Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60601   Directions

(312) 649-5200

Daily Herald

Daily Herald

155 E Algonquin Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60005   Directions

(847) 427-4300

Church, suburbs rally around family of 12-year-old killed in snow collapse
01/22/2019 9:02pm

Around the small, tightknit community at Rothem Church in Arlington Heights, Esther Jung was known as the girl with the big heart. If it involved taking in a newcomer or welcoming little kids, she was there, kind of like a big sister, a family friend recalled.

Court tosses suit filed against Dist. 203 after boy's death
01/22/2019 9:24pm

A federal judge in Chicago has dismissed a lawsuit brought against Naperville Unit District 203 by the parents of a student who killed himself after staff members warned him he may have to register as a sex offender because they suspected he recorded a sexual encounter with a classmate without her knowledge.

What's up with that? Oscar noms create umbrage, surprise and vexations
01/22/2019 7:40pm

The cast of Black Panther, director Bradley Cooper and Eighth Grade get shut out at the 91st Academy Awards nominations announced Tuesday morning when Oscar voters revealed they dont know the difference between leading and supporting characters.

Missing South Elgin girl featured on 'In Pursuit With John Walsh'
01/22/2019 3:25pm

An 11-year-old girl from South Elgin whos been missing since 2017 will be featured Wednesday on the TV program In Pursuit With John Walsh.

Rain, ice create road dangers; snow to fall especially north
01/22/2019 6:26pm

A mix of rain, snow and sleet has hit the suburbs, canceling a number of evening activities and flights.

Extra Bilingual Newspaper

Extra Bilingual Newspaper

3906 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60647   Directions

(773) 252-3534

Lawndale News

Lawndale News

5533 W 25th St
Cicero, IL 60804   Directions

(708) 656-6400

Chicago Southwest Development Corporation to Hold Public Meeting
01/17/2019 6:26am

Chicago Southwest Development Corporation CSDC is hosting a public meeting. The purpose is to provide community residents and stakeholders with pertinent information about the United States Environmental Protection Agencys US... Read more

One Homeowner in Critical Condition in Fire in Orland Park
01/17/2019 6:25am

Firefighters received a 9-1-1 call at 4:50p.m., on Tuesday afternoon reporting a fire in a two-story split-level home consumed in heavy smoke at the 14200 Block of 84th Avenue in... Read more

‘Possibility and Promise’
01/17/2019 6:24am

By: Ashmar Mandou Taking the oath of office as Illinois 43rd Governor, Gov. JB Pritzker expressed his vision to work together to create another century of boundless opportunity and fulfill... Read more

Fighting the Winter Blues with Music
01/17/2019 6:23am

By: Daisy Magaa The holidays have wrapped up, and now were entering what can feel like the longest month with no day-off insight. Dont worry, we have you covered on... Read more

McDonald’s Host Massive Shoe Donation
01/17/2019 6:22am

Local McDonalds Owner/Operator Carmen Solano-DeCarrier, and Martin Brower partnered to provide more than 600 pairs of athletic shoes to at-risk children. The donations were made through four community organizations: Casa... Read more

WBBM TV - CBS Chicago

WBBM TV - CBS Chicago

22 W Washington St
Chicago, IL 60602   Directions

(312) 899-2890

Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Chicago Through Midnight, Wednesday Morning Commute To Be Snowy
01/22/2019 11:25pm

A winter weather advisory is still in effect for Chicago until midnight.

Woman’s Home Flooded With Sewage After Comcast Cuts Pipe In Yard
01/22/2019 11:14pm

Christine Padgett is on a fixed income. Her husband is bedridden. So when sewage spontaneously started pouring into her Bourbonnais home through her tub and shower drains in October, the mess and subsequent cost was almost too much.

Toews, Kane Score In Shootout To Lift Blackhawks Over Isles
01/22/2019 10:49pm

Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane scored in the shootout to send the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 win over the Islanders on Tuesday night, ending New Yorks five-game winning streak.

Chief Judge Reuben Castillo Speaks Out For Federal Workers During The Government Shutdown
01/22/2019 10:45pm

Chief Judge Reuben Castillos is speaking out for the federal workers who cant about the injustice of furloughs and working without pay.

R. Kelly’s West Town Studio Still Occupied After Judge’s Order To Only Be Used 9 A.M.-5 P.M.
01/22/2019 10:34pm

Tuesday a judge ordered that nobody is allowed to use the second floor of R. Kellys warehouse, and the recording studio on the bottom floor can only be used during normal business hours, 9-5, but CBS 2 saw several people coming including Kellys personal attorney, who got buzzed into the building.



205 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60601   Directions

(219) 663-5842

WGN Radio

WGN Radio

435 Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611   Directions

(312) 222-4700

The Patti Vasquez Show 1.22.19 | Oscar Noms & Dia De La Concha
01/23/2019 1:31am

Tonight on The Patti Vasquez Show: Matt Fagerholm from and Indie Outlook returns to run down the SAG, Independent Spirit and Oscar nominations and talk about some of the biggest surprises and snubs of the awards season. Ferndando Nieto also drops by in studio to talk about Dia De La Concha, a celebration of everyones pan dulce: the Concha. The festival features live muisc, local vendors, specialty drinks and benefits Mujeres Latinas en Accion. For more information,

Highlights: Northwestern 73 – Indiana 66 – 1/22/19
01/23/2019 12:16am

Northwestern Wildcats vs. Indiana Hoosiers January 22, 2019 Boxscore Recap

Highlights: Blackhawks 3 – Islanders 2 (SO) – 1/22/19
01/22/2019 11:15pm

Chicago Blackhawks vs. New York Islanders January 22, 2019 Boxscore Recap

Roe Conn Full Show (1/22/19): Bill Daley makes his case for being Chicago’s next mayor, Tom Skilling forecasts some nasty winter weather, and more!
01/22/2019 7:20pm

The Roe Conn Show w/Anna Davlantes for Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019: WGN-TVs Ben Bradley has an update on the Dorothy Brown being knocked of the upcoming Chicago municipal election, ABCs Andy Field looks at where/when the State of The Union Address might take place, Tom Skilling forecasts some awful winter weather for Chicago, Richard Roeper looks at the major storylines surrounding the 91st Academy Award nominations, the Top Five5 features Ryan Lochte making his debut on Celebrity Big Brother, Real

The Patti Vasquez Show 1.22.19 | Motivational Monday with Jen Zanotti, LaTasha M. Sanders talks about her campaign, Elise Swopes tells her story of passion and success and more…
01/22/2019 7:16pm

Tonight on The Patti Vasquez show: Its Motivational Monday with Jen Zanotti. 16th Ward alderman candidate, LaTasha M. Sanders joins us in the studio to tell us more about her campaign and what she hope to bring to her community. Graphic Designer Elise Swopes inspires us with her story about her journey to living in her passion and how she found success in doing what she loves. Owner of Kizuki Raman & Izakaya, Kevin Yu, brings tasty gifts and tells



2501 W Bradley Pl
Chicago, IL 60618   Directions

(773) 528-2311

Court tosses lawsuit alleging police, school district contributed to Naperville teen’s suicide
01/22/2019 10:28pm

CHICAGO A federal judge in Chicago has dismissed a lawsuit brought against a suburban Chicago school by parents of a student who killed himself after staff warned him he may have to register as a sex offender because they suspected he made a video of himself having sex with a classmate without her knowledge. However, U.S. District Judge Andrea Woods ruling posted late last week struck a disapproving note in describing how Naperville North High School authorities

Blackhawks head to the All-Star break happy after a shootout win over the Islanders
01/22/2019 10:16pm

CHICAGO Its been a first half of the season full of change and one thats left them with a lot of work to do in order to stay in the postseason hunt. Outside of the performance of Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, its been quite a different few months for the Blackhawks than fans are used to, as they came into Tuesdays game with the Islanders sitting at the bottom of the standings in the NHL. Facing a New

3 injured after debris falls onto Union Station platform: report
01/22/2019 10:10pm

CHICAGO Union Station shut down one of its tracks Tuesday evening after parts of its ceiling fell down. Crews taped off the Madison Street stairwell due to falling debris. Trains heading north were delayed. The Chicago Tribune reported that three people reported minor injuries. Lindsay Plebaniak was rushing to make her 5:05 p.m. Metra train to Elmwood Park when parts of the ceiling just gave way and hit her shoulder. She recorded video and posted it on Facebook. Some

What is the record for the greatest amount of snow ever to occur in one hour in Chicago?
01/22/2019 9:36pm

Dear Tom, What is the record for the greatest amount of snow ever to occur in one hour in Chicago Jimmy Youlinn, Chicago Dear Jimmy, The National Weather Service does not track that particular statistic, but we tapped the expertise of Chicagos resident weather historian Frank Wachowski. He informs us that two noteworthy snow events yielded high-intensity snows. The huge snowstorm of Jan. 26-27, 1967 the citys largest snow event produced a maximum snow rate of 2



190 N State St
Chicago, IL 60601   Directions

(312) 750-7777

Submit a drawing to the Weather Sketchers Club
01/11/2019 9:56am

Hey kids Were looking for new members of the ABC7 Weather Sketchers Club

Government Shutdown 2019: Senate sets up showdown votes on shutdown plans
01/22/2019 11:16pm

As the shutdown dragged through its fifth week, another missed paycheck loomed for hundreds of thousands of workers.

Chicago AccuWeather: Wintry mix continues Wednesday morning, commute could be treacherous
01/22/2019 11:00pm

A wintry mix of snow and freezing rain will continue Wednesday, causing the morning commute to be messy. Highs in 30s.

What to do if your contractor files for bankruptcy
01/22/2019 10:50pm

If your contractor files for bankruptcy before completing the job, it could be devastating. You may have little recourse but there are some things you can do to try to prevent the nightmare.

LIVE RADAR: Chicago Weather: Snow to continue in northern suburbs, impact Wednesday morning commute
01/22/2019 10:39pm

Heavy snow was falling in the northern suburbs Tuesday night after a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain created a messy evening commute.



454 N Columbus Dr
Chicago, IL 60611   Directions

(312) 836-5555

Grieving Mother Says Friend Snagged GoFundMe Cash
01/22/2019 10:58pm

Since losing her youngest son Myles, Lauren Thompson has leaned on family and friends for support.

Dumping Ground For Indiana Serial Killer to Be Demolished
01/22/2019 10:15pm

The abandoned homes where a former Marine strangled and hid the bodies of seven women will be demolished. Theyll be replaced by memorials to the victims.

Winter 2019: Chicago Bar Plans Game of Thrones Pop-Up
01/22/2019 4:07pm

Winter is here in more ways than one.Photo Credit: AP

Responses to NBC Respond's Investment Hacking Report
01/22/2019 9:09pm

If your investment money gets hacked, are you protected

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