Girl kicked off train at Jefferson Park station at 11 p.m. Read More
Their plants can be medicinal, edible and often beautiful. But a growing number of gardeners who tend to wildflowers within Chicago city limits claim in court papers they are being unfairly targeted by a "vague" weed... Read More
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Cummings and other gardeners are filing lawsuits that claim city employees may not be able to distinguish between natural plant gardens and those unwelcome, unsightly weeds that typically litter empty or vacant lots. Read More
Stone Park convent already battled stop Stone Park strip club from opening. Read More
Former flight attendant Jan Brown wants the FAA to require all children to be belted into seats on commercial airliners. Read More
Students who applied to, but never attended colleges find out their data has been breached years later. Read More
On the heels of the scheduling scandal at Hines VA Hospital, new allegations have surfaced of conditions that threaten patient care--including mold growing on an operating room ceiling and in a storage area for sterile materials. Read More
Nearly 60 crashes have been reported near Elwood over the past year. Read More
A state-funded facility meant to keep troubled youth safe is allowing kids to leave the facility all hours of the night, and the state says there is nothing it can do about it, NBC 5 Investigates has found. Read More
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