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WGN NewsDowntown Chicago will be completely wireless, if Mayor Rahm Emanuel has his way. The mayor has instructed officials to look into the cost and technology needed to turnthe entire downtown into a wireless network zone. The Mercantile Exchange and the...
All aboard, from Chicago Botanic Garden's summertime railroad to the year-round Great Train Story at MSIIt started as a one-shot deal — a seven-track train layout at the Chicago Botanic Garden that was intended for a five-month run in 2000. "But it was so popular," says Dave Rodelius, a lifelong train enthusiast who oversees the Model Railroad Garden...
Tags: Wheaton, Methamphetamine (drug), Museums, Transportation, Arts
Tribune reporterThe Chicago Police Department said today it plans to hire between 400 and 500 officers to offset the number of officers set to retire this year. So far, 89 recruits have been hired this year, including the 43 who started their six months of training on...
Greg Olsen left Chicago kicking and screaming last summer when former Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz apparently expedited his trade to the Panthers because the pass-catching tight end did not fit into his system. So it is natural for Olsen to...
The Cook County Medical Examiner's office is being sued over a misplaced body. After Brian Warren died at St. Bernard Hospital late in December, his family looked for his body at the county morgue; but the family's lawsuit claims, the medical examiner's...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Health
Baltimore needs more frozen yogurt. That’s the assessment of two frozen yogurt shop owners from Chicago who are bringing their self-serve concept, Forever Yogurt, to the East Coast. Within the next six months founder Mandy Calara wants to open...
Tribune reporterThe British Open galleries won’t get to see Webb Simpson. But nearly 80 Chicagoans will. The U.S. Open champion is headed to Olympia Fields Country Club on July 9 to take part in a walking clinic and “closest to the pin” competition...
Tags: Ryder Cup, Webb Simpson, U.S. Open (golf)
WGN NewsA nationwide sting targeting prostitution rings led to dozens of arrests, including several in Chicago. Over the past week the FBI partnered with local police to arrest 104 suspected pimps nationwide. They're accused of exploiting underage children...
Tags: Police Arrests, Sex Crimes, Prostitution, FBI
A man and his girlfriend are suing a Chicago police officer for alleged brutality. Luis Cordero, Jr., and Heather Rzany are claiming Officer Chris Gofron violently attacked them outside the pavilion apartments on the Northwest Side. They say it...
WGN NewsExhaustion. That is what the offices of Jesse Jackson Jr are saying about the 2nd District Congressman who has been receiving treatment since Sunday, June 10th. The first anyone is hearing about it is Monday when his spokesperson said the Jackson...
Tribune reporterA Chicago ordinance that would allow cooks to prepare fresh meals from food trucks appears ready to move forward in the City Council with new provisions and the endorsement of Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The ordinance would create loading zone-like “food...
A new Chicago Tribune analysis concludes, the CTA's Red Line is by far the most crime-ridden of the city's rapid transit routes. Over the past three years, the worst station for crimes was the Roosevelt station, with 217 overall; also in the top ten were...
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