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Widow Gets $3M After Suing Drug Company Over Husband's Death

Widow Gets $3M After Suing Drug Company Over Husband's Death

A Chicago widow accused a major drugmaker of causing her husband's suicide and failing to warn the public about known side effects of a commonly prescribed drug. Read More

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Thursday, Apr 20, 2017
Feds Say State Pipeline Safety Lax Due to Chicago Problems

Feds Say State Pipeline Safety Lax Due to Chicago Problems

The federal government says the systems put in place by the State of Illinois to prevent potentially catastrophic damage to pipelines is “inadequate”, because of lax enforcement by the city of Chicago. Read More

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Wednesday, Apr 19, 2017
Cop Named in Separate Suit After Shooting Ruled Unjustified

Cop Named in Separate Suit After Shooting Ruled Unjustified

One day after a Cook County Jury ruled that his shooting of a South Side teenager was unjustified in 2013, Chicago Police Officer Robert Gonzalez has new problems. Read More

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Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017
Did a Common Prescription Cause a Chicago Attorney's Death?

Did a Common Prescription Cause a Chicago Attorney's Death?

In a story NBC 5 Investigates has followed for three years, a federal jury is now hearing a Chicago widow's case against a major pharmaceutical company she blames for her husband's suicide. Lisa Parker reports.

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Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017
Teen’s Family Gets Ruling They Wanted, Jury Balks at Payout

Teen’s Family Gets Ruling They Wanted, Jury Balks at Payout

In their third day of deliberations, a Cook County jury ruled that Chicago Police Officer Robert Gonzalez was not justified in shooting 17-year-old Christian Green four years ago. Read More

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Tuesday, Apr 18, 2017
City Withholds Documents Involving Police Shooting of Minor

City Withholds Documents Involving Police Shooting of Minor

The Chicago Police Department is improperly withholding documents detailing how police shot and killed a 16-year old, according to an opinion released by the Illinois Attorney General’s office. Read More

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Friday, Apr 14, 2017
Jury Begins Deliberating Police Shooting of Teenager

Jury Begins Deliberating Police Shooting of Teenager

A Cook County jury is deliberating whether the 2013 shooting of a South Side teenager was justified. Read More

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Thursday, Apr 13, 2017
Springfield Debates Groundbreaking Online Privacy Protection

Springfield Debates Groundbreaking Online Privacy Protection

Illinois legislators in Springfield are tackling the online privacy debate with two groundbreaking bills that crack down on online data mining. Read More

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Wednesday, Apr 12, 2017
Another Inmate Claims Frameup by South Side Police

Another Inmate Claims Frameup by South Side Police

Nine years ago, Anthony McDaniels says he walked out of his Prairie Avenue home and into a frameup, which has kept him locked in prison for the last decade. Read More

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Monday, Apr 10, 2017
Judge Killed in Shooting Saw Several High-Profile Cases

Judge Killed in Shooting Saw Several High-Profile Cases

A Cook County judge who was shot and killed Monday morning in Chicago was the first judge seen by several defendants in a number of recent prominent cases in the area. Read More

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