April 16-27, 2014

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Mayor's Son Assaulted, Robbed Near Family Home

Mayor's Son Assaulted, Robbed Near Family Home

A spokesperson for Rahm Emanuel says the mayor's son was the victim of an assault and robbery near the family's home in Ravenswood.

Hawks Look to Extend Winning Streak vs. Jackets

Hawks Look to Extend Winning Streak vs. Jackets

The Chicago Blackhawks will look to lengthen their winning streak against the Columbus Blue Jackets to 14 games on Saturday night as the two teams tangle at Nationwide Arena.

Man Charged in 20-Year-Old Murder Case

Man Charged in 20-Year-Old Murder Case

David Ramirez-Martinez, of Boulder, Colo., was charged with first-degree murder in the stabbing death of a woman in Chicago in 1994.

Report: Sweetener May be Required in Cutler Trade

Report: Sweetener May be Required in Cutler Trade

The Chicago Bears may try to unload Jay Cutler via trade this off-season, but could they have to sweeten the deal with a draft pick? Some prominent NFL reporters seem to think so.

"Assassinated": 2 NYPD Officers Killed in Brooklyn Ambush

"Assassinated": 2 NYPD Officers Killed in Brooklyn Ambush

A gunman possibly bent on retribution shot and killed two NYPD officers sitting in their squad car Saturday in Brooklyn, police say. After firing on the officers, the shooter ran into a nearby subway station...

EEOC: Bank of America Fired Worker Because He Was Blind

EEOC: Bank of America Fired Worker Because He Was Blind

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleged that Bank of America failed to accommodate a visually impaired worker and instead terminated his job.