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Clair, Meredith Rodriguez and Carlos Sadovi Tribune reporters Officials said a Forest Park bound Blue Line CTA train derailed slightly after the train hit an automobile tire that somehow ended up on the tracks. The incident happened at about 7:40 p.m.
Erica Miller, a teacher's aide at University Heights Charter School in Newark, was feeling a little daunted about trying to select books that middle-school students would want to read. But when a volunteer at Saturday's Project Cicero Book Drive
Members of the Stock Yard Kilty Band play the bagpipes at the Oak Forest Fleadh...Meier~Sun-Times Media Updated: February 28, 2014 4:47PM What most people call a festival is called a fleadh in Oak Forest...The day's schedule is filled with activities
N.Y. (AP) More than seven weeks after a Massachusetts woman disappeared after walking out of a Syracuse-area home, police say they still don't have any clues as to her whereabouts. The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office tells The Post-Standard of
A 4-alarm fire is burning Tuesday in west suburban Cicero, where flames have consumed most of a vacant warehouse and have spread to a nearby building. Flames are currently shooting through the roof of the building at 1829 54th Ave., town spokesman
Tribune reporter Charges have been filed against two men who police say tied up and stabbed a 17-year-old girl and her 20-year-old boyfriend during a Monday robbery on the Northwest Side...Cross, 36, and Jeffery Cross, 35, were both charged with
The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines virtue as conformity to a standard of right--and, in truth, there is only one such standard. Individuals are born and die, nations rise and fall--yet it remains. Nor can it be escaped--no matter how devoutly men
Garry McCarthy on Thursday stood in front of the Northwest Side community reeling from the brutal rape and attack of a teen girl, vowing to find her attacker and urging the community to offer up clues.| Tina Sfondeles~Sun-Times Updated: December 19,
Members of the Chicago Film Archives are celebrating the selection of a 1966 documentary about a notorious Chicago-area civil rights march as one of the 25 films for the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in 2013. "Cicero March,"
Mike Kasper Updated: December 8, 2013 6:55PM He helped Mayor Rahm Emanuel get his job, helped former Gov. Rod Blagojevich lose his job and helped Cicero Town President Larry Dominick keep his job. High-powered lawyer and lobbyist Mike Kasper's latest