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3 shot in Near North Side

Three people were shot Saturday morning in the first block of West Elm in the Near North Side neighborhood. | NVP News
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    Two people were wounded in a shooting early Saturday in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. | NVP News
    Two people were wounded in a shooting early Saturday in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. | NVP News
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  • A first-degree murder warrant has been issued in the murder of a Canadian National Railroad security guard Saturday evening in south suburban Harvey.

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

    Chicago protesters gather outside Trump Tower to voice their opposition

  • 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.

    Woman gets 13 years for DUI crash that injured state trooper

  • 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.

    Comfort dogs now allowed on the witness stand at the Will County Courthouse

  • 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.

    Bradley bar combines music and charity to give kids a Merry Christmas

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