CHICAGO (AP)–The Metra commuter rail service’s line between Chicago and Joliet is getting a new station.
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TINLEY PARK, Ill. (AP)– Funeral services for two nuns who died in an 11-vehicle crash in suburban Chicago last weekend will be held next week.
CHICAGO (AP)–A jury convicted a one-time Chicago resident on one count of lobbying U.S. lawmakers to lift sanctions against Zimbabwe’s leaders. They acquitted C. Gregory Turner on two others.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP)–A 160-year prison sentence was handed a man convicted of stabbing to death a suburban Chicago high school freshman during a 2011 burglary of her home.
CHICAGO (AP)–A Cook County judge ordered a man accused of shooting at a Chicago subway train held on $2 million bond.
CHICAGO (AP)–Chicago’s inspector general says the administration of Mayor Rahm Emanuel has been “seriously deficient” in managing city’s troubled red light camera program.
CHICAGO (AP)–A former Chicago cabdriver has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for two separate incidents in which he sexually assaulted female passengers.
CHICAGO (AP)–An attorney for a 19-year-old American accused of trying to join Islamic State militants in Syria says the government doesn’t have evidence his client sought to provide material support to foreign terrorists.
CHICAGO (AP)–Illinois’ top doctor says the state is ready to test for Ebola and keep the public informed if suspected cases arise.
CHICAGO (AP)–Two Chicago aldermen want international passengers at the city’s two airports screened for the Ebola virus.