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  • His creations can be seen across the country at places marked by tragedy. Now, the man who crafts these wooden crosses is making them for Chicagoans lost to gun violence - all 748 of them.

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  • After eating gummy bears that may have been laced with another substance, 14 west suburban high school students were taken to the hospital Tuesday.

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