Fox 32's Week in Review - Sept. 24

Two persons of interest in the recent Romeoville murders were killed in a fiery crash in Oklahoma this week; legendary Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon is breaking into the Illinois weed market; and a winning $23.75 million Lotto ticket was sold in Chicago.

Chicago's first-ever Cider Fest comes to Lincoln Square

Cider from over two dozen breweries, distilleries and cideries will be ready for tasting this Thursday at Artifact Events in Lincoln Square. Tickets are on sale for $18 per person and there will be food for sale. Even bring your dog and enjoy an array of regional cider.

Celebrate Lake View's 21st annual Oktoberfest

Grab your Lederhosen and head on out to the last day of St. Alphonsus' Oktoberfest celebration in West Lake View. The parish is hosting their 21st annual Oktoberfest event. At the corner of Wellington, Lincoln, and Southport Avenues there will be authentic Bavarian cuisine and entertainment from 12-7 p.m. Sunday.

Rogers Park apartment fire leaves 3 injured

A fire broke out in an apartment building in Rogers Park Saturday morning. Two women were critically injured and a man was hospitalized in stable condition. Officials say the fire was continued to one unit.

Chicago businesses host Lu'au fundraiser for Maui

Virtue Alchemy Candle Co. and Hokulea Academy of Polynesian Arts are hosting a Lu'au for Lahaina, Maui. Proceeds raised will go to organizations helping Maui wildfire relief,. The event will be at Royal Palms in Wicker Park Sunday at 3 p.m.

Orphans of the Storm celebrate 95th anniversary

To celebrate 95 years of helping animals find their forever homes, Orphans of the Storm is hosting a Roaring 20s Gala on oct. 13 in Libertyville. They are also offering $19.28 adoptions because the group was founded in 1928.