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Catholic Archdiocese sets news conf...

Catholic Archdiocese sets news conference, AP reports Spokane bishop to succeed George

In an unusual move, the Archdiocese of Chicago has set a news conference for Saturday morning but has not divulged the subject, leading to speculation it involves the status of the ailing Cardinal Francis George.
Baltimore judge approves $190 milli...

Baltimore judge approves $190 million deal on secret gynecological photos

BALTIMORE (Reuters) - A Baltimore judge on Friday approved a $190 million settlement to compensate thousands of women who were secretly photographed by a now-deceased Johns Hopkins Hospital gynecologist during exams.
Report indicates Ravens may have kn...

Report indicates Ravens may have known about Rice video hours after incident

ESPN's Outside the Lines reported Friday that both the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens knew much more about the Ray Rice incident sooner than they've revealed publicly.
After evacuation, White House press...

After evacuation, White House press, staff allowed back in

White House staff and reporters returned to the building after being briefly evacuated on Friday night because of an intruder on the grounds, a witness said.
Former Harvey schools chief gets pr...

Former Harvey schools chief gets probation for misconduct, theft of $78,000

A former Harvey elementary school superintendent accused of stealing from the impoverished south suburban school district while he was at the helm pleaded guilty to official misconduct charges today and was sentenced to probation, court records show.
Day after appearance at Native Amer...

Day after appearance at Native American group, Rauner won't say if Redskins' name should change

A day after meeting with a Chicago Native American group, Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner declined to say whether he thinks the NFL's Washington Redskins should change the team name amid an outcry that it's offensive and derogatory.

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Rutgers: AD made 'off the cuff' jok...

Rutgers: AD made 'off the cuff' joke

Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann made an off-the-cuff joke about the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal at Penn State during a meeting with staff last fall.
Clayton Kershaw reaches 20 wins as ...

Clayton Kershaw reaches 20 wins as Dodgers pound Cubs

Clayton Kershaw became the majors' first 20-game winner and A.J. Ellis hit a pair of two-run homers, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 14-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Friday.
Goodell: New conduct policy on way

Goodell: New conduct policy on way

Roger Goodell said Friday there have been too many recent examples of the NFL "doing wrong" and "that starts with me," and followed it up with a goal of implementing new personal conduct policies by the Super Bowl.
Tyson Chandler fires back at Knicks

Tyson Chandler fires back at Knicks

Months later, Dallas Mavericks center Tyson Chandler is still mad about insinuations that he caused chemistry issues for the New York Knicks last season.
Dion Jordan banned until Oct. 20

Dion Jordan banned until Oct. 20

Dolphins DE Dion Jordan is suspended four games for violating the NFL's policy on substance abuse.
Chicago Archdiocese to make Saturda...

Chicago Archdiocese to make Saturday announcement

The Chicago Archdiocese will hold a rare press conference over the weekend. No details have been released, but the search for Francis Cardinal George's successor began earlier this year and was expected to take through the fall.

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Bears' Kelvin Hayden Out for Season

Bears' Kelvin Hayden Out for Season

Kelvin Hayden was valuable as a back-up cornerback in 2012, but he won't be able to help the Bears this season. The team announced today he is out for the season with a torn hamstring that will require surgery.Photo Credit: Getty Images
Matteson Officials Sue to Close Lin...

Matteson Officials Sue to Close Lincoln Mall

Lawsuit cites more than 25 fire, safety and building code violations at the town's mall.Photo Credit: Charlie Wojciechowski
Key Home Games in the Bulls' 2013-1...

Key Home Games in the Bulls' 2013-14 Season

The 2013-13 Chicago Bulls season may be one of the most anticipated since the 2010-11 season.Photo Credit: Getty Images
First Of Expected Dolphin Calves Bo...

First Of Expected Dolphin Calves Born At Brookfield Zoo

Brookfield Zoo welcomes a new baby dolphin.Photo Credit: Brookfield Zoo
Opinion: Let's Drug Test Politician...

Opinion: Let's Drug Test Politicians, Too

It doesn't affect my life if a baseball player or a sprinter uses performance enhancing drugs. But a politician? Hell, yeah!Photo Credit: AP
"Madhouse on Madison" Signs Taken D...

"Madhouse on Madison" Signs Taken Down at UC

Fans familiar with the red Madhouse on Madison signs at the United Center will be in for a surprise in September, as the signs have been removed in favor of new LED boards.Photo Credit: NBCChicago.com

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Hoffman Estates Firefighters Finall...

Hoffman Estates Firefighters Finally Begin Arriving From Cabo

Hotels are seen on the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California state, Mexico. (Credit: LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)Hoffman Estates firefighter Pat Fortunato and his wife, Nancy, were in Mexico along with several others when disaster struck. The group is only now trickling back home.
AP: New Chicago Archbishop Named

AP: New Chicago Archbishop Named

Bishop Blase Cupich (Spokane Diocese)Blase Cupich, 65, is from Omaha, Neb. and was ordained there in 1975, according to the Spokane Diocese website. He was installed as the Bishop of Spokane in September 2010.
Elgin Police Department Casts Net T...

Elgin Police Department Casts Net To Puerto Rico For Recruits

Elgin Police DepartmentElgin police say Latinos now make up roughly 45 percent of the city's 110,000 residents. But that presence isn't as well represented on Elgin's police force. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
5 Other Lopsided NFL Games (To Make...

5 Other Lopsided NFL Games (To Make The Buccaneers Feel Better)

ATLANTA, GA - SEPTEMBER 18: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers bench looks on against the Atlanta Falcons during a game at the Georgia Dome on September 18, 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia.The Falcons rout of the Bucs isn't the most lopsided NFL game ever. Here are five more to make Lovie and the Bucs feel better.
Kershaw Gets 20th Win As Dodgers Ro...

Kershaw Gets 20th Win As Dodgers Rout Cubs 14-5

Starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw #22 of the Los Angeles Dodgers delivers the ball against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field on September 19, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)Clayton Kershaw (20-3) pitched five shaky innings in his shortest start in 3 1/2 months, but the NL West-leading Dodgers roughed up Edwin Jackson on their way to a 13-hit attack that included four homers.
Rauner Disagrees Quinn Is Reboundin...

Rauner Disagrees Quinn Is Rebounding Amid New TV Push

quinn RaunerCBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports on what some are calling Gov. Pat Quinn's comeback.

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7 Charged With Mortgage Fraud

7 Charged With Mortgage Fraud

Seven people, including the co-owner of a Chicago condominium building and two loan officers, were part of a scheme to fraudulently buy mortgage loans totaling more than $8.8 million from various lenders, then keep the money, federal authorities alleged Thursday.

Teen Used Shotgun to Rob Classmates

Teen Used Shotgun to Rob Classmates

A 16-year-old Waukegan boy, Elijah Murphy, is being held on $500,000 bond this week, charged as an adult with armed robbery after he allegedly used a shotgun to rob a classmate and two others on a north suburban Waukegan street.

Handcuffed Boy Escapes Chicago Poli...

Handcuffed Boy Escapes Chicago Police

A boy arrested on a juvenile warrant Thursday night somehow escaped from a West Side police station.

Church in Evanston Damaged by Storm

Church in Evanston Damaged by Storm

Bricks came crashing down off a church in Evanston on Thursday night as storms rolled through.

Elderly Woman Killed by Car

Elderly Woman Killed by Car

An 81-year-old woman, Tasoula Metropolos, was crossing the street Thursday night on the North Side when a Chevy Tahoe slammed into her and ended her life.

Hazmat Called for Possible Cyanide ...

Hazmat Called for Possible Cyanide Death

Police and Lake County, Ind., hazmat authorities are investigating the death of a 58-year-old Northwest Indiana man Wednesday night after a chemical believed to cyanide was found at the scene.

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Catholic Archdiocese sets news conf...

Catholic Archdiocese sets news conference, AP reports Spokane bishop to succeed George

In an unusual move, the Archdiocese of Chicago has set a news conference for Saturday morning but has not divulged the subject, leading to speculation it involves the status of the ailing Cardinal Francis George.
Evanston man diagnosed with West Ni...

Evanston man diagnosed with West Nile virus

A 60-year-old Evanston man has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus, making his the first confirmed case of the potentially deadly disease in the north suburb this year, authorities said today.
Former Harvey schools chief gets pr...

Former Harvey schools chief gets probation for misconduct, theft of $78,000

A former Harvey elementary school superintendent accused of stealing from the impoverished south suburban school district while he was at the helm pleaded guilty to official misconduct charges today and was sentenced to probation, court records show.
Chicago River fall bridge lifts sta...

Chicago River fall bridge lifts start Saturday

The movable bridges on the Chicago River?s Main and South branches start their seasonal lifts Saturday.
Day after appearance at Native Amer...

Day after appearance at Native American group, Rauner won't say if Redskins' name should change

A day after meeting with a Chicago Native American group, Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner declined to say whether he thinks the NFL's Washington Redskins should change the team name amid an outcry that it's offensive and derogatory.
Boy, 16, fatally shot in Old Town w...

Boy, 16, fatally shot in Old Town was member of Jesse White Tumblers

A 16-year-old boy who died in a shooting in Old Town was a member of the tumbling team coached by Secretary of State Jesse White, who remembered the teen Friday as a "highly respected and well-mannered young man."
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