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Feb 26, 2015 Share
Terror Attack Survivor Among Victors in $655M Judgment

Terror Attack Survivor Among Victors in $655M Judgment

A suburban woman and her family are among the victors in a $655.5 million judgment against the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority, alleging the groups’ complicity in at least a half dozen terror... Read More

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Feb 26, 2015 Share
Varughese Grand Jury Decision

Varughese Grand Jury Decision

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Feb 26, 2015 Share
No Criminal Charges in SIU Student's Death, Attorney Says

No Criminal Charges in SIU Student's Death, Attorney Says

Pravin Varughese's mother says she's not surprised Jackson County State's Attorney Michael Carr won't press charges but says she's not going to stop seeking answers. NBC Chicago's Tammy Leitner reports.

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Feb 25, 2015 Share
School Tried to Cover Up Muslim Scholar's Sexual Assault: Police Report

School Tried to Cover Up Muslim Scholar's Sexual Assault: Police Report

Someone may have tried to cover up sexual assault allegations against a popular Chicago area religious scholar, NBC 5 Investigates has learned. Read More

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Feb 25, 2015 Share
Legal Fight Ensues Over State’s Medical Marijuana Licenses

Legal Fight Ensues Over State’s Medical Marijuana Licenses

A lawsuit filed in Cook County Court pits a losing applicant in the Illinois Medical Marijuana derby, against the State Department of Agriculture, and indirectly, the biggest winner in the sweepstakes for the coveted licenses. Read More

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Feb 25, 2015 Share
No Criminal Charges in SIU Student Death, Attorney Says

No Criminal Charges in SIU Student Death, Attorney Says

Attorney Charles Stegmeyer, representing family of Pravin Varughese, says state's attorney's decision "reeks of a cover up." Read More

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Feb 23, 2015 Share
How Chicago Spent $400M On a Subway Superstation to Nowhere

How Chicago Spent $400M On a Subway Superstation to Nowhere

Under the original concept, the “superstation” was to have been the departure point for special trains to Chicago’s airports. NBC Chicago's Phil Rogers investigates.

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Feb 24, 2015 Share
Inside Chicago's $440M Subway Superstation to Nowhere

Inside Chicago's $440M Subway Superstation to Nowhere

The site, is deep below Chicago’s famous Block 37 between State and Dearborn at Randolph. A decade ago, the Chicago Transit Authority wanted to launch non-stop train service from the Loop to O’Hare and Midway airports.

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Feb 23, 2015 Share
Go Inside Chicago's Subway Superstation to Nowhere

Go Inside Chicago's Subway Superstation to Nowhere

Imagine a scenario where you bury a lot of your hard earned money in the yard, and never see it again. Read More

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Feb 20, 2015 Share
Illinois Battles Prescription Pain-Pill Epidemic

Illinois Battles Prescription Pain-Pill Epidemic

Whether it’s overprescribing, doctor shopping or raiding medicine cabinets, more people are getting hooked on prescription painkillers across the country and a leading safety group said Illinois is failing to meet responsible... Read More

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