Cop Buys Teen Membership To Gym He Kept Sneaking IntoA Chicago teenager has a brand new gym membership thanks to the police officer who chose not to arrest him for trespassing.
White Sox Rally To Defeat Angels, 5-4Carlos Perez homered for the Angels, who used seven pitchers and sat stars Mike Trout and Justin Upton.
Report: California AG Considering Suit Against Trump Administration Over 'Sanctuary Cities' ThreatThe California Attorney General is considering suing the Trump administration after the Department of Justice took steps Thursday to pull funds from so-called "sanctuary cities," according to The Sacramento Bee. 
NFL Player Takes $900 Uber From Chicago To Buffalo To Get To Voluntary WorkoutsBills cornerback Shareece Wright requested an Uber from Chicago to Buffalo.
How To Settle Down In A New CityAre you moving to a new city? Moving can be a big event in your life. Follow these five tips to help you transition into a new home and city.
5 Must-See Cities On Your Midwest Road TripA profile of the five must-see cities on a road trip through the Midwest
Guide To The Best St. Patrick's Day Celebrations In The WorldSt. Patrick’s Day is the time of year when people dig out their favorite green outfits from the back of their closets and head out to celebrate!
Will The Obamas Make Palm Springs Their Post-White House Home?And why not? Chicago has cold winters, Hawaii is far from the mainland. Palm Springs has lots of golf courses. Sounds like a no-brainer.
Foodie's Guide To ChicagoA food lover's guide to the best food and restaurants in Chicago
A 48 Hour Guide To ChicagoA practical travel guide for the best lodging, dining, transportation and attractions in Chicago, especially for travelers who have just 48 hours to visit America's third largest city.
A History Lover's Travel Guide To ChicagoThe Chicago Water Tower, Grant Park and Wrigley Field are among the must see attractions in Chicago for history lovers.
Affidavit: Celebrity Photo Hacking Tied To Chicago AddressThe trail of a celebrity photo-hacking scandal led the FBI to an unassuming brick home in Chicago, according to recently unsealed court documents that reveal agents zeroed in on a computer they linked to nearly 600 hacked personal data-storage accounts.

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