Police: 3 Passengers Shot On Chicago City Bus After Argument
Police say an argument aboard a Chicago city bus led to a shooting that injured three passengers, two of them teenagers.
New Mexico Football Stadium May Be Named For Brian Urlacher
A southeastern New Mexico school district is looking into a proposal to rename its high school football stadium after retired Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher.
TV Weatherman Who Called Out His Employer Is Fired
An Illinois broadcast meteorologist who was taken off television after criticizing an unpopular "Code Red" weather alert system has been fired, his former employer said.
Hearing Off For Man Charged With Posing As Missing Child
A pretrial hearing has been canceled for the 24-year-old man charged with impersonating a long-missing child.
Raiders Picked To Be Featured On ‘Hard Knocks’
Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden will be a TV star once again.
Illinois Cop Takes Off Shoes, Gives Them To Homeless Man
A police officer in suburban Chicago took off his shoes and gave them to a homeless man who had tripped because of poor footwear.
Recreational Marijuana Plan To Lead To More Expungements
A plan to legalize recreational marijuana in Illinois will also allow those with low-level marijuana convictions to have their records expunged.
Illinois Museum Set To Feature An Oregon Trail Simulation
Visitors to an Illinois museum will have the opportunity to take a virtual trip along the Oregon Trail, following the path of settlers in 1848 — and possibly experiencing death by dysentery or a broken leg.
Patient Who Ordered THC Chocolates Gets 4 Years In Prison
A suburban Chicago cancer patient who ordered a 42-pound (19-kilogram) package of THC-infused chocolates from a California dispensary to self-medicate has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Police: Don’t Call Us With Taco Bell Complaint
A police department in Louisiana is reminding people that it's there to serve, just not handle customer service complaints about Taco Bell.