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NBC 5 Responds Archive

NBC 5 Responds Archive

Mar 6, 2018

Madigan Reveals Top 10 Illinois Consumer Complaints

Madigan Reveals Top 10 Illinois Consumer Complaints

There are some alarming increases in consumer complaints in Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan's annual Top 10 Consumer Complaints list. Find out which problems got worse and which subsided a bit.

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Cops Swarm South Suburban Funeral Home After Man Shot
Cops Swarm South Suburban Funeral Home After Man Shot

Nearly a dozen squad cars with their lights flashing pulled up in front of a south suburban funeral home Wednesday night after a man was shot.

Security Beefed Up After 'Threatening Post' Found at School
Security Beefed Up After 'Threatening Post' Found at School

A “threatening post” on a bathroom wall at a North Side high school prompted an investigation Wednesday as well as heightened security precautions, officials said.

Family Receives Suspicious Messages After Man's Death
Family Receives Suspicious Messages After Man's Death

Family members of a UPS worker who was found dead late last month said someone has been sending them suspicious messages pretending to be their beloved father and brother in a “cruel prank” following his...

Emanuel Backs Legal Weed, Chicago Casino to Fund Pensions
Emanuel Backs Legal Weed, Chicago Casino to Fund Pensions

Mayor Rahm Emanuel called on state lawmakers to legalize marijuana, allow for a casino in Chicago and approve an amendment to the state constitution in order to address the city's pension crisis Wednesday.

Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison
Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

Michael Cohen, a lawyer who made his career protecting President Donald Trump, was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for crimes including making illegal hush-money payments to two women during...

Enyia's Spokeswoman Departs, Citing 'Troubling Factors'
Enyia's Spokeswoman Departs, Citing 'Troubling Factors'

Citing "several unknown and troubling factors," the communications director for Chicago mayoral candidate Amara Enyia announced Wednesday she has stepped down from her role within the campaign.