Plug in to some of the day's additional headlines from the Chicago area.
- Worker Crushed to Death at Steel Company -- A Calumet City man was killed when a cable snapped on a radio-controlled overhead crane, sending heavy equipment onto the 32-year-old worker about 25 feet below.
- Armed Robbers Terrify South Suburban Homeowners -- Detectives are hunting for possible links between a pair of armed robberies that left two Southland households terrified Monday.
- Man Dies; Refused to Leave Dog Behind in Fire --- A Cicero man died early Wednesday morning after refusing to leave his burning house with his beloved dog inside. The dog survived.
- Uptown Bank Branch Robbed -- A man who implied he had a weapon robbed a bank on the 4700 block of North Clark St. about 9:17 a.m., according to police News Affairs Officer Daniel O'Brien.