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Welcome to our 2016 Bank of America Chicago Marathon section. Follow along with our race coverage as thousands prepare to compete for the biggest race of the year, stepping off Oct. 9.
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Dwyane Wade's Cousin Fatally Shot Pushing Stroller

Dwyane Wade's Cousin Fatally Shot Pushing Stroller

A woman was shot to death while pushing a child in a stroller on Chicago's South Side, police said Friday, and family identified the victim as a cousin of NBA star Dwyane Wade.

Suburban Mom Released From Prison During Appeal

Suburban Mom Released From Prison During Appeal

Bonnie Liltz, the chronically ill Schaumburg mother sentenced to four years in prison for the death of her severely disabled daughter, has been released pending an appellate review of her sentencing.

Might Cupich Receive the Red Hat Soon?

Might Cupich Receive the Red Hat Soon?

Pope Francis has not yet named an American cardinal, but many church watchers expect that to change soon. Chicago’s Archbishop Blasé Cupich is considered on the short list as well as Los Angeles Archbishop Jose...

'America's Got Talent' to Host Auditions in Chicago

'America's Got Talent' to Host Auditions in Chicago

Chicago, dust off your throwing knives, unicycles and dancing shoes: "America's Got Talent" will host auditions in the city during the month of November this year.

49ers QB Kaepernick Refuses To Stand During National Anthem

49ers QB Kaepernick Refuses To Stand During National Anthem

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick did not stand for the playing of the national anthem before his team’s preseason game Friday against Green Bay. After the game, he told NFL Media in an exclusive...

Witnesses, Victims Share Harrowing Details of Carjackings

Witnesses, Victims Share Harrowing Details of Carjackings

Evanston Police say two carjackings occured only hours apart in the city on Thursday.