Today in the city West Chicago 22.11.2017
Man opens fire in Mexican restaurant kitchen, kills cook

Authorities say a gunman slipped into the back of a Mexican restaurant in Georgia, opened fire and killed a cook.


Man Opens Fire in Mexican Restaurant Kitchen, Kills Cook

Authorities say a man slipped into the back of a Mexican restaurant in Georgia, opened fire and killed a cook.


Czech Election Winner Babis Warms to Minority Government

By Jan LopatkaPRAGUE (Reuters) - The anti-establishment ANO party that won the Czech parliamentary election may form a minority government if other...


Local Medics Train Chicago Residents To Help Shooting Victims

The Chicago group UMedics trains people how to handle medical emergencies, including gunshot wounds. One trainee is a gunshot victim who credits the program with saving his life.


Officers Injured After Car Chase Ends in Crash

Massachusetts authorities say two police officers were hospitalized after their cruiser was struck by a suspect's car during a chase.


Oil Spill Closes Part of Chicago River, South of the City

By Brendan O'Brien(Reuters) - Part of the Chicago River, south of the third largest city in the United States, was closed on Thursday due to an oil...


Sherri Papini case: DNA evidence triggers new questions over 'super mom' kidnapping claim

Authorities have released new details in the mysterious case of a young mother in Northern California who was missing for three weeks last year — including a 911 call made by her husband and also that...


4-Star RB James Cook Commits to Georgia over Louisville, Others

Following his decommitment from Florida State in early July, 4-star running back James Cook committed to the Georgia Bulldogs on Thursday.  Cook, the younger brother of former Florida State and...


NATO says Russia misled West over scale of Zapad war games

By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO accused Russia on Thursday of misleading the alliance over the scope of its war games last month in violation of rules meant to reduce East-West tensions, bu...


Minnesota Records 1st West Nile Case in a Horse Since 2016

The Board of Animal Health has confirmed the first case of West Nile virus in a Minnesota horse in more than a year.


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