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Docs Solve Mystery of Missing Audio in McDonald Video

Docs Solve Mystery of Missing Audio in McDonald Video

The Chicago police squad car that captured the October 2014 shooting of 17-year old LaQuan McDonald had no audio on its dashboard camera because the vehicle had “no MICs (microphones) because they were in...

Woman Remembers Roommate Killed by Stray Bullet in Chicago

Woman Remembers Roommate Killed by Stray Bullet in Chicago

The roommate of a 25-year-old woman killed over the weekend when a stray bullet struck her in the head says she was "a great person," smart, fluent in several languages and always ready to help.

NOAA: El Nino Could Transition to La Nina This Fall

NOAA: El Nino Could Transition to La Nina This Fall

It has been a mild winter in Chicago to say the least, but even though this season isn’t over, early predictions indicate things could be very different next winter.

Autopsy Results Released in Suburban Father's Death

Autopsy Results Released in Suburban Father's Death

The death of a husband and father of two whose body was found in a suburban forest preserve Wednesday, two days after he disappeared, has been ruled a suicide, according to autopsy results.

Clinton Attacks Sanders as 'Single Issue Candidate' in Debate

Clinton Attacks Sanders as 'Single Issue Candidate' in Debate

During Thursday's Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton appeared to try and douse the "Berning" passion of Bernie Sander' supporters with a cool dose of reality, according to NBC News.

WHO: Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials

WHO: Possible Zika Vaccines Months Away From Broad Trials

The World Health Organization says possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials. WHO assistant director-general for health systems and innovation Marie-Paule Kieny says the