April 16-27, 2014

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NYC Doc Tests Positive for Ebola: Officials

NYC Doc Tests Positive for Ebola: Officials

A doctor who recently returned from West Africa, where he was on an Ebola assignment for Doctors Without Borders, has tested positive for Ebola at Bellevue Hospital Center after reporting a fever and...

Child Tests Negative for Ebola in Chicago

Child Tests Negative for Ebola in Chicago

A child being tested for Ebola at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital does not have Ebola, the hospital said Thursday.

Classes to Resume at Skokie Middle School

Classes to Resume at Skokie Middle School

Classes will resume at a north suburban middle school after two days of cancellations due to threatening Instagram posts shared with sixth graders, police said.

Dart: Suspected Serial Killer Liked to Visit the Bodies

Dart: Suspected Serial Killer Liked to Visit the Bodies

Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart says suspected serial killer Darren Deon Vann liked to revisit his victims’ dead bodies in the abandoned homes after he killed them.

Boil Order in Effect After Water Main Break in Robbins

Boil Order in Effect After Water Main Break in Robbins

A 24-hour boil order is in effect after water main break in a southern suburb Thursday.

More Than 12 Hospitalized at Navy Pier Skrillex Show

More Than 12 Hospitalized at Navy Pier Skrillex Show

Promoter spokesman agrees that there are suggestions that the wildly popular electronic music genre may need to consider a higher age limit.