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May 6, 2015 Share
Serial Stowaway Arrested Three Times in Chicago

Serial Stowaway Arrested Three Times in Chicago

Marilyn Hartman has been arrested three times in the last two weeks, attempting to board aircraft at O’Hare and Midway airports, incident reports show. Read More

Inside the New Hacking Threat
May 5, 2015 Share
How a Drone Could Spoof Wi-Fi, Steal Your Data

How a Drone Could Spoof Wi-Fi, Steal Your Data

They're inexpensive, small and hard to detect. And they can also be outfitted to gather your private information. Read More

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May 4, 2015 Share
Chicago Company Faces Backer Backlash

Chicago Company Faces Backer Backlash

A watch designed in Chicago and supported through crowdfunding remains a work in progress that has run out of cash. Read More

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May 4, 2015 Share
Chicago Company Faces Kickstarter Backer Backlash

Chicago Company Faces Kickstarter Backer Backlash

A watch designed in Chicago and supported through crowdfunding remains a work in progress that has run out of cash.

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Apr 29, 2015 Share
Chicago Evangelist Named in Sex Abuse Case

Chicago Evangelist Named in Sex Abuse Case

Six plaintiffs say Gordon McLean, who built a following ministering to gang members, sexually abused them in exchange for money. Read More

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Apr 27, 2015 Share
20-Year-Old Parking Tickets: Who Has Burden of Proof?

20-Year-Old Parking Tickets: Who Has Burden of Proof?

In Illinois, there are three crimes with no statute of limitations: murder, rape and arson. In the city of Chicago, one could add a fourth: parking tickets. Read More

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Apr 24, 2015 Share
Family to Feds: New Clue Could Crack Death Case

Family to Feds: New Clue Could Crack Death Case

Family presses FBI to reopen case of mother who died in Mexico after author finds records showing mysterious phone call. Read More

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Apr 23, 2015 Share
Derailments Put Safety Record of Crude Oil Trains in Question

Derailments Put Safety Record of Crude Oil Trains in Question

Federal guidelines recommend an evacuation radius of one-half mile in case of a train derailment or accident involving crude oil. NBC Chicago's Chris Coffey reports.

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Apr 23, 2015 Share
Derailments Put Safety Record of Crude Oil Trains in Question

Derailments Put Safety Record of Crude Oil Trains in Question

Emergency officials say Galena incident highlights importance for communities to work together and for residents to have a safety plan. Read More

Inside the New Hacking Threat
Apr 23, 2015 Share
Feds to Airlines: Look Out for Hackers

Feds to Airlines: Look Out for Hackers

Alert from TSA and FBI was sent privately to airlines just days after a security researcher claimed to have hacked into a United Airlines flight. Read More

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