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  • Suburban communities continue to deal with flooding

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  • Sisters, ages 13 and 15, reported missing in Chicago

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  • It's been a couple weeks since initial storms moved through and caused the Des Plaines and Fox Rivers to flood the areas nearby.
Over the days, people have been forced to tough it out and deal with various situations.

    Suburban communities continue to deal with flooding

  • The Minnesota Department of Health is investigating how two children came down with a toxin-producing bacteria, and they aren't ruling out a recent trip to the petting zoo.

    Minnesota health officials say petting zoo possible cause of disease affecting 2 children

  • A Cook County judge has extended for another week a temporary restraining order blocking a proposed tax on sweetened beverages.

    Restraining order on Cook County soda tax extended a week

  • Gov. Bruce Rauner said Friday he wants lawmakers to send him an education funding bill by noon Monday or face daily special sessions until month's end to ensure the state's schools open on time.

    Special session slated if Rauner doesn't get school bill

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