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  • 3 injured in shooting on Dan Ryan Expressway

    CHICAGO –Three people were wounded overnight in a shooting on the Dan Ryan Expressway. The shooting happened in the southbound lanes of the Dan Ryan around 1 a.m. Friday. Two people in a car were wounded when shots rang out. State police say a third person went to the hospital saying he was hit by gunfire near 31st and LaSalle, which runs along the highway. None of the injuries are considered life-threatening. No one is in custody. Part of the […]

  • 18-year-old shot and killed near CTA Pink Line station

    CHICAGO – A teenager was shot and killed on Chicago’s West Side Thursday night. The 18-year-old male was shot near the CTA Pink Line station near 21st and Pulaski in the city’s Lawndale neighborhood around 9 p.m. Police say the victim was standing on the sidewalk when someone approached him and opened fire. He was shot in the neck and back. His identity has not yet been released. So far, no one is in custody. The circumstances surrounding the shooting […]

  • 2 men found shot to death in driveway of suburban home

    AURORA, Ill. –Two men were  found shot to death inside an SUV in Aurora early Thursday morning. The shooting took place around 3:30 a.m. in the 700 block of North Ave. The victims were found by a relative in the driveway of a home. One of the victims, 25-year-old Pedro Miranda lived in the home. He and 39-year-old Enrique Villalvazo Jr. were each shot multiple times. Investigators believe they had just left their jobs at a factory in Batavia. Police […]

  • CPS principals receive budgets but Rauner’s veto promise looms

    CHICAGO — Chicago public school principals received their annual budgets today. They include more funding for students, but a promised veto from Gov Rauner means the schools may never see that money. “For the third year in a row, CPS leaders have provided a budget to schools without having any ideas how they will pay for it,” CTU president Karen Lewis said. The district announced this year it plans to spend $200 more per student. CPS also will add funds […]

  • Ice Cube discusses the Big 3 and more on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – It doesn’t get much bigger than this in the two-year history of the Sports Feed program. He’s an acclaimed rap artist,actor, filmmaker and much, much more in the world of entertainment. In 2017, he’s added basketball league creator to his many list of accomplishments. Prior to the Big 3 League’s stop in Chicago, Ice Cube dropped by the Sports Feed studios to discuss a variety of topics on the show. First and foremost, he’s in studio to discuss […]

  • Patrick Finley joins Sports Feed before the start of Bears training camp

    CHICAGO – Like Game of Thrones – the theme of the team’s Twitter account – Training Camp is coming. As the end of July approaches, the Bears are figuratively emerging from their quick summer hibernation and making their way back towards Chicago. On Wednesday, they’ll be in Bourbonnais ready to get practices for the 2017 season started at Olivet Nazarene University. When the arrive, they’ll have more questions than answers after a three-win season and a change at the quarterback […]

  • Paul Sullivan discusses the Cubs and White Sox on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – Just a week into the second half of the baseball season, Chicago baseball fans are trying to catch their breath. A lot has happened over the past week that has changed the landscape for both the Cubs and the White Sox. The North Siders acquired Jose Quintana, found their groove again, and ripped off six-straight wins to put themselves on the cusp of the lead in the NL Central. Meanwhile Rick Hahn put another five prospects into his […]

  • River levels rising again in northern Illinois after more rain

    WAUKEGAN, Ill.  — Flood levels along two northern Illinois rivers looked to be falling after flooding this week but another round of rain has them rising again. National Weather Service hydrologist Steve Buan says that another 2 to 3 inches of rain that moved through northern Illinois Wednesday through Thursday was enough to have the Des Plaines and Fox rivers rising again. Heavy rains last week caused flooding that has affected at least 6,800 buildings north of Chicago. The governor […]

  • Loud reception, modest production for Yoan Moncada as he begins his White Sox career

    CHICAGO – Without hesitation, they rose to their feet. The majority of the 24,907 were cheering when they did so as one of the new faces of their franchise showed his for the first time at Guaranteed Rate Field. With loud clapping and cheering, one might have compared it to a reception for a Buehrle, Konerko, or other franchise dignitaries. Yoan Moncada got that for his first White Sox at-bat, because so many are hopeful that he will someday be […]

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    O.J. Simpson granted parole after nearly 9 years in prison

    LOVELOCK, Nev. — O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday after more than eight years in prison for a Las Vegas hotel heist, successfully making his case in a nationally televised hearing that reflected America’s enduring fascination with the former football star. Simpson, 70, could be a free man as early as Oct. 1. By then, he will have served the minimum of his nine-to-33-year armed-robbery sentence for a bungled attempt to snatch sports memorabilia and other mementos he claimed had been […]

  • 17-year-old girl killed in apparent drive-by shooting in NW Indiana

    HAMMOND, Ind — A 17-year-old girl has been shot to death in what appears to have been a drive-by shooting in northwest Indiana. The shooting happened late Wednesday night at the Saxony Town homes in Hammond. Bullet holes could be seen on the front door of the home. The coroner identifies the victim as Chloe Bell. It’s unclear if anyone else was injured in the shooting. Police are searching for the shooter. This is a developing story. Check back for […]