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  • Protesters in Chicago were trying to make it clear that they don't want President-elect Donald Trump in Chicago.

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  • A 61-year-old woman has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for driving drunk and causing a crash that left an Illinois State Police trooper seriously injured more than two years ago.

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  • The Will County Courthouse is going to the dogs - in a good way. It’s become one of the first in the state to allow comfort dogs on the witness stand to help traumatized children who are victims of sexual abuse.

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  • This weekend, a bar in Bradley, just outside of Bourbonnais, will combine music with charity in a benefit that could mean a very Merry Christmas for lots of local kids.

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