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Tuesday, Sep 16, 2014 at 10:40 PM CDT

Naperville Postpones Vote on Alcohol Sales

Lawmakers consider closing bars earlier. »

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Why The Blue Angels Like Chicago

08/15/14: The Blue Angels headline the 2015 Chicago Air & Water Show. Lcdr. Michael Chang joined the NBC 5 NEWS TODAY to talk about why Chicago is a special place for an airshow and the precision needed to... »

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Chicago Remembers Native Son Robin Williams

Williams, who spent early childhood in Chicago, died Monday at the age of 63. »

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Back to School Tech Gear: 10 Hot Gadgets for Students

From tablet convertibles to smart watches and battery charging phone cases, here's a list of top back to school electronics for the season. »

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FAA Closes Investigation of Lolla Drone Videos

The Federal Aviation Administration has closed its review of two YouTube videos taken by an aerial camera during last weekend's Lollapalooza music festival in Grant Park. »

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It's "Can-Struction" Season in Chicago

8/14/14: Canstruction teams design and build structures made entirely from canned foods within a 10'x10'x8' space. The items are later donated to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. »

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Bite Me: Ani's Takoyaki

You should eat something. Here are our favorite dishes from around Chicago. »

Back to School Tech: Hot Electronic Gear for Students

Back to School Tech: Hot Electronic Gear for Students

From smart watches to tablet convertibles and a Kindle to download your textbooks, here's what you should know about back to school gear now on the market. »

Lucas Museum Construction Could Unearth Dangerous Pollutants

Lucas Museum Construction Could Unearth Dangerous Pollutants

Work to build the museum atop 17 acres adjacent to Soldier Field and Lake Michigan could unearth potentially cancer-causing chemicals from debris dating back to the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. »

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National Flute Convention Comes To Chicago

8/7/2014: There's music in the air in Chicago this week as hundreds of flute players hit the high notes. NBC 5's Lee Ann Trotter reports. »

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