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Friday, Nov 10, 2017

Hidden Cam Shows Club Drugs Laced With Mystery Chemicals

Hidden Cam Shows Club Drugs Laced With Mystery Chemicals

He calls himself the “Chemistry Cowboy.” And he doesn’t attend parties for fun. He attends parties to show recreational drug users the alphabet soup of psychoactive chemicals often lacing their pills and...

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Agencies Searching for Man Who Fell Overboard From Boat
Agencies Searching for Man Who Fell Overboard From Boat

The Chicago Fire Department and United States Coast Guard are responding to reports of a man going overboard off a boat in Lake Michigan.

Barricaded Suspect at LA Trader Joe’s Taken Into Custody
Barricaded Suspect at LA Trader Joe’s Taken Into Custody

A police pursuit ended in the Silver Lake area at a Trader Joe's with shots fired and a suspect inside on Saturday afternoon. One woman was killed in the hourslong standoff before the suspect surrendered.

Chicago Named 'Rat Capital' of America in New Ranking
Chicago Named 'Rat Capital' of America in New Ranking

Chicago has found itself at the top of a ranking that residents likely won’t be too thrilled to read about.

Kane County C.O. Faces Sexual Assault Charges
Kane County C.O. Faces Sexual Assault Charges

A Kane County correctional officer is facing felony charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted an inmate.

Trump: Lawyer Taping Client 'Unheard of,' 'Perhaps Illegal'
Trump: Lawyer Taping Client 'Unheard of,' 'Perhaps Illegal'

Donald Trump said Saturday he finds it "inconceivable" that a lawyer would tape a client, as the president weighed in after the disclosure that in the weeks before the 2016 election, his then-personal attorney...

Help Fund Teachers' Classroom Projects This Summer
Help Fund Teachers' Classroom Projects This Summer

All too often, kids don’t have the school supplies — pens, paper, notebooks and even tables and chairs — they need to succeed, and teachers struggle to fill the gap. The good news: This summer, it's easier than...