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2019年2月11日 星期一

Illinois AG Files Petition Challenging Van Dyke Sentence

Illinois officials on Monday said they planned to file a petition with the Illinois Supreme Court challenging the legality of former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke's prison sentence.
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Illinois AG Files Petition Challenging Van Dyke Sentence
Illinois officials on Monday said they planned to file a petition with the Illinois Supreme Court challenging the legality of former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke's prison sentence.
Singer Bashed for Wearing 'Build The Wall' Dress to Grammys
A few supporters of President Donald Trump made their fashion marks on the Grammy red carpet Sunday night. One performer, Joy Villa says she's being attacked on social media for making her overtly political...
Winter Weather Advisory Issued as Snow, Ice Expected
A Winter Weather Advisory will take effect for part of the Chicago area Monday evening as a developing system could bring several inches of snow and accumulating ice by Tuesday morning.
Millions of Americans Face Lower Tax Refund Check
Millions of Americans could face a shocking tax season. According to the Internal Revenue Service, a drop in federal reimbursement stems from President Donald Trump's new tax bill.
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CPS Student With Autism Slapped in Video, Mother Says
Maria Escobedo wants answers after a video, she says, showing her 16-year-old son--who has autism--being slapped was posted on social media.
Chicago to Deploy Hundreds of Snow Vehicles
Chicago's Department of Streets and Sanitation released a statement Monday saying they would activate a Phase II program in response to winter weather during the evening rush--deploying 211 snow vehicles.
Illinois Holocaust Museum Opens Its First Slavery Exhibition
The Illinois Holocaust Museum opens its first temporary exhibition on slavery and it reveals just how widespread slavery was; impacting families around the country. NBC 5's LeeAnn Trotter has the details.
Lake Shore Drive Damage Hoped to Be Fixed by Tuesday Evening
The stretch of northbound Lake Shore Drive closed due to structural damage will hopefully be open again by Tuesday evening, officials said.
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Michelle Obama Gets Raucous Applause at Grammy Awards
Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance to help open the Grammy Awards with host Alicia Keys.
Major Downtown Chicago Street to Be Renamed After Ida B. Wells
For the first time ever, a major downtown Chicago street will be named in honor of a black woman — Ida B. Wells.
Southwest Airlines Could Now Charge You Extra
Grab your wallet--changes may be coming to Southwest Airlines. What the popular discount airline could soon start charging you for.
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