Monday, July 17, 2017

Latest Area News

Top Chicago-Area News:

Relatives demand answers after Australian bride-to-be fatally shot by Minneapolis cop
Authorities released no details about what led to the shooting of Justine Damond, whose fiance said she had called 911 to report what she believed was a sexual assault in an alley near her home.
 Despite 'Hire American' rhetoric, Trump officials order 15,000 new visas for foreign workers

 Delta tells Ann Coulter she can have her $30 back, but she won't stop raging on Twitter

Woman shot at her gender-reveal party in Ohio wasn't pregnant

Glencoe librarians solve mystery of old purse
Glencoe librarians solve mystery of decades-old purse found in building duct work
Just a few days after library officials went public with the information that a black leather purse was found in the building's basement duct work, some detective work coupled with modern technology led them to the apparent owner of the long-forgotten handbag.
 SIU student beaten, robbed before his death, indictment charges

 Burr Ridge man killed in crash of WW II-era plane

November trial date set for ex-Schaumburg cop accused of operating drug ring

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Top Chicago News:

Racist emails show Chicago official joked about 'safari' tour to see violence in black neighborhoods
In a city scarred by a deep and troubling history with guns, a supervisor in the scandal-plagued water department used his city email account to negotiate firearms deals and make light of deadly Fourth of July violence in black neighborhoods by offering "Chicago Safari" tours.
 City of Chicago Department of Water Management
Overtly racist, sexist and homophobic emails were distributed for years among a group of top-level Chicago water department supervisors.
Rauner 'body man' fired first day on job after racially insensitive, homophobic tweets surface

Chicago News Feed

Chicago Breaking News:

  • Berrios forced to play defense as county property valuations scrutinized
  • Rauner vows to veto education funding bill, demands Democrats send it to him
  • Chicago-area river levels peak, but risks remain as high water expected to stick around
  • Autopsy finds Chicago cop drowned in bathtub, rules death accidental
  • City workers gave out free street parking to friends during Blackhawks, Bulls games
  • R. Kelly denies allegations that he is holding young women in 'abusive cult'
  • Asked about Trump, Cardinal Cupich says 'we get the leaders we deserve'