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.
Report: Chicago's Gas Priced Highest in Nation
The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has dropped six cents over the past two weeks, but despite the decline Chicago's fuel ranks as the priciest, according to a recent survey.
Mudslide Derails Amtrak Cars on Train From Chicago
A derailment on an Amtrak train from Chicago caused by a mudslide forced passengers to take buses for the last leg of their trip Sunday morning.
Pit Bull Mauls Yorkie Near UIC
A small dog was mauled and killed by a pit bull Saturday afternoon after a neighborhood dog got loose in the Illinois Medical District.
Sources: Wrigley Rehab Talks May Strike Out Again
Rumors that Wrigley renovation talks could come to an end Monday may now be more rumor than truth, sources said.
Olympian Lisa Uhl First Female to Cross Shamrock Shuffle Finish Line
The 35th running of the Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle drew Olympians and professionals alike, but in the end it was an amateur who took first place out of more than 33,000 runners.
Shedd Aquarium Evacuated After Power Outage
A power outage at the Shedd Aquarium Saturday afternoon shut down the building and caused the building's visitors to be evacuated, officials said.
Authorities: Grandmother Told Grandson to Kill Grandfather
Bond for a 64-year-old woman who allegedly paid her grandson to kill her husband was set at $500,000 Saturday.
City to Pay $55K to Tasered Pregnant Woman
The city of Chicago will reportedly pay a $55,000 settlement to a woman who claimed she was shocked with a stun gun while eight months pregnant.
Ambulance Crashes Into School Bus on Northwest Side
Two paramedics were taken to the hospital after an ambulance crashed into a school bus at Grand and Central Avenues near Hanson Park Saturday morning.