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Police & Fire, Awareness
Some new details have come in regarding the shooting that occurred outside Old Orchard Mall on Friday evening, May 17.
Police & Fire, Back to School, Breast Cancer Awareness
An arbitrator reinstated an officer fired for violating the use of force policy; Des Plaines issues release saying it's "frustrated and disappointed."
Sports, The Neighborhood Files, Graduation, Awareness
Athletes from Deerfield High School, Glenbrook South, New Trier, Highland Park, Niles West, Maine West, Maine South, Notre Dame of Niles, Niles North, Glenbrook North, Maine East and Loyola competed for berths at the State Meet at the Niles West Sectional
Police & Fire, Sports, Awareness
David Wooten set up a fictitious business in Park Ridge where he would befriend customers looking to sell art, sports memorabilia or even vehicles. His scheme reached several states, Park Ridge police said, and they're seeking more victims.
Police & Fire, Business, Awareness
More than a dozen firefighters were on scene as they put out a two story fire near the intersection of Church Street and Crawford Avenue on Wednesday around 4:45 p.m.
All Epic Burger locations - including the one in Skokie's Old Orchard Mall - will be giving away free cupcakes to celebrate its fifth anniversary May 18.
Three area healthcare business owners - one from Skokie, another from Morton Grove and the other from Park Ridge - are said to have submitted more than $4 million in false medical claims over a four month period, the DOJ said today.
The Cook County Board has added Section 8, or Housing Choice Vouchers, to the list of reasons landlords cannot bar tenants under the Illinois Fair Housing Law.
Carlee Lemel, 17, of Lincolnwood was found in Chicago Tuesday afternoon.
Government, Business, Awareness
Anchored by a Walmart Supercenter, Touhy Marketplace in Skokie is set on 15 acres of land. Village officials and developers were present at the site on Wednesday to celebrate its construction.
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