Three people died Friday night in a car crash in South Los Angeles.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — A pair of former USF track stars are putting their Olympic dreams on hold during the pandemic — but with … Continue reading
A planning commissioner in Antioch described the elderly, the homeless and people with health issues in a Facebook post as a “drain” on society who … Continue reading
With baseball season still on hold, players try to stay game-ready and prepare for a return — even if plans aren’t yet finalized. Although no … Continue reading
BEIJING (AP) — Russia and Pakistan reported their biggest one-day jumps in new coronavirus infections as some other countries and U.S. states where case numbers … Continue reading
PLEASANT HILL, Calif. (KRON) — A preschool in Pleasant Hill is struggling to stay open because more than half of its staff has decided to … Continue reading
University of Alaska Anchorage seniors Alex Jorgensen and Clare Baldwin recently recorded their commencement speech in front of a camera at UAA to be posted online … Continue reading
1729 – Catherine the Great [Catherine II], German Empress of Russia (1762-96), born in Stettin, Kingdom of Prussia (d. 1796) 1896 – Helen of Greece … Continue reading
1776 – France and Spain agreed to give weapons to American rebels 1876 – Ross Barnes hit 1st home run in National League 1943 – … Continue reading
Historical Events 1853 – Franconi’s Hippodrome opens in New York City 1869 – The Folies Trévise (later cabaret hall Folies Bergère) opens as an opera … Continue reading
The original version of “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” with music by Albert Von Tilzer and lyrics by Jack Norworth, is published; “The … Continue reading
The economic news has been terrible. Never mind Wednesday’s GDP report for the first quarter. An economy contracting at an annual rate of almost 5% … Continue reading
An NBC affiliate station in Minnesota confirmed Friday that it has parted ways with a staff meteorologist, citing “continued violations” of the station’s “news ethics” … Continue reading
Julie Foudy joins SportsCenter to offer her opinion on a judge ruling against the USWNT in favor of US soccer in equal pay lawsuit. She … Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) — Indiana is welcoming Illinois residents with open arms as the state prepares to slowly reopen. Northwest Indiana is only a quick drive away, … Continue reading
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Sean Hannity slammed what he called the “hypocrisy” of the Democratic Party establishment over its collective defense of presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden Friday, saying Democrats only care about … Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) — Firefighters in Winnetka rushed to the 600 block of of Garland Friday evening to respond to a fire. Firefighters say once they … Continue reading
Hoover barbershop greeted with support during reopening Subscribe to WVTM on YouTube now for more: https://bit.ly/2jvAaUD Get more Birmingham news: http://www.wvtm13.com Like us: https://www.facebook.com/WVTM13/ Follow … Continue reading
CHICAGO — Chicago police were called to the scene of a protest Friday on Chicago’s North Side. Police broke up a group protesting outside of … Continue reading
Some restaurants thought there would be more customers, but owners are pleased with the turnout as they reopen dining areas with restrictions. Subscribe to KETV … Continue reading
Nearly three weeks after a Georgetown attorney filed a criminal complaint against the county judge, the complaint has not yet been investigated or assigned to … Continue reading
“It’s in God’s hands now,” she told customers and employees, according to police.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) — When 49ers right tackle, Joe Staley decided to retire, it could have left a huge void on the Niners offensive … Continue reading
Importance of sign language interpreters during a health crisis like Coronavirus Subscribe to WVTM on YouTube now for more: https://bit.ly/2jvAaUD Get more Birmingham news: http://www.wvtm13.com … Continue reading
WINNETKA — A person was killed in a house fire Friday in Winnetka. The fire broke out around 7 p.m. in the 600 block of … Continue reading
Mario Santiago has run a successful restaurant and catering business for 20 years, but with restaurants taking the brunt of the financial hit amid the … Continue reading
If you thought the coronavirus presented difficult policy questions, don’t worry — we have science. Gov. Gavin Newsom tweeted the other day, “The West Coast … Continue reading
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani breaks down NYC’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. #FoxNews #Hannity FOX News operates the FOX News Channel (FNC), … Continue reading
With so many people out of work and food banks busier than ever, there’s a local group making sure excess food doesn’t go to waste. … Continue reading
Kansas City’s health director talked Friday about easing restrictions put in place because of COVID-19 and an expected resurgence of virus. Subscribe to KMBC on … Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois taxpayers will pay $23 million to a Chicago company to set up a call center and computer system to help process … Continue reading
The Johnson County Board of Commissioners decided Friday to follow Gov. Laura Kelly’s statewide recovery plan to reopen businesses, following weeks of closure aimed at … Continue reading
Joe Biden has tried his best to ignore a sexual assault allegation levied against him by a former staffer named Tara Reade. #FoxNews #Hannity FOX … Continue reading
With the governor saying we have “days, not weeks” from reopening more parts of the state, offices are slowly starting the process of preparing to … Continue reading
In all, 46.89% of registered voters cast ballots in the March 3 primary, which was moved up from June with hopes that turnout would be … Continue reading
The 14,899-square-foot waterfront home includes a gym, poker room and lap pool.
Relationships are hard, but especially during a stay-at-home order. Chicagoans in polyamorous relationships share what it’s been like for them to balance life and love.
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.
Expert says go ahead, call that old friend during this time of social isolation. It will go better than you think.
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Coronavirus deaths tied to Illinois long-term care facilities crossed a grim threshold this week, with more than 1,000 deaths of residents and staff linked to … Continue reading
Willie Moody is graduating with a master’s degree in global supply chain management from the University of Alaska Anchorage. (Photo courtesy Willie Moody) Stories are … Continue reading