Weekend Rewind: 10 Chicago Stories To Know

10 headlines from the weekend

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    Several teens were arrested Saturday night after dozens of mob groups began attacking pedestrians in the Mag Mile.

    Happy Monday and welcome to the Weekend Rewind. Here are 10 stories from the past couple days you need to know to start your week.

    Hundreds of Teens Mob Pedestrians in Mag Mile Mayhem
    More than two dozen teens were arrested Saturday night after dozens of groups began randomly attacking pedestrians on Chicago's Magnificent Mile.

    Kids Find Skeletal Remains in Woodridge
    Authorities are investigating human skeletal remains found by two youths in a wooded area in Woodridge Saturday.

    Cold Front to Bring a Chill to Chicago
    Warmer temperatures that brought Chicago out of a cold slump last week are expected to drop back down to the mid-30s Monday.

    Man Sues Woman After House Cat Attacks
    A Homer Glen man is reportedly suing a woman for $100,000 after her cat allegedly attacked him while he was cat-sitting.

    Dad Who Owes Thousands in Child Support Tries Crawling Away From Police
    A man who authorities say owes more than $75,000 in child support couldn't escape being arrested, despite trying to crawl down the basement stairs.

    Officials Ask Baseball Fans to Cheer Responsibly
    As Chicago baseball season winds up Monday, Chicago officials are asking fans to enjoy the season responsibly.

    Bears Agree to One-Year Deal With QB Josh McCown
    The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with veteran quarterback Josh McCown, the team announced Friday.

    Glenview Teen Charged in Stabbing Over iPhone
    A Glenview teen was given a $300,000 bail in bond court Saturday after he was charged with stabbing a 17-year-old man in an argument Thursday night in Winnetka.

    Bill Aims to Keep Pooches Out of Driver's Seat
    If you’re driving with a pooch for a co-captain you might want to be careful.

    Derailment Halts South Shore Trains in Gary
    South Shore train service was temporarily suspended Saturday morning as a freight train derailed in Gary, Ind., the agency said.