April 15-26, 2015

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Wednesday Marked Chicago's Deadliest Day in 12 Years

Wednesday Marked Chicago's Deadliest Day in 12 Years

Nine people were killed and at least 12 others wounded in shootings across Chicago Wednesday, including an 11-year-old boy slain by accidental gunfire.

Officials Reveal New Updates on Fox Lake Manhunt

Officials Reveal New Updates on Fox Lake Manhunt

Three suspects in the killing of a veteran Fox Lake police officer are believed to still be in the area and authorities say they've made "significant progress" in their search.

Chicago Joint Makes ‘Best BBQ Across America’ List

Chicago Joint Makes ‘Best BBQ Across America’ List

The site set out to find the best places to get charred food in each state because, as they say, some people believe “good barbecue only exists in a handful of states.”

Emanuel to Call for Major Property Tax Hike: Report

Emanuel to Call for Major Property Tax Hike: Report

Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to call for the largest property tax increase in modern Chicago history as part of a plan to raise money for a pension payment for police and firefighters next year, according to a...

Judge Orders Clerk Blocking Gay Marriages to Jail

Judge Orders Clerk Blocking Gay Marriages to Jail

A federal judge has ordered a defiant Kentucky clerk to jail on Thursday after she defied the U.S. Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling by refusing to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples, NBC News...

CPS To Open "New" Dyett High School in 2016

CPS To Open "New" Dyett High School in 2016

Chicago Public Schools announced Thursday that a new version of Dyett High School will open in the fall of 2016 as an open-enrollment neighborhood high school.