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  • Red Line trains rerouted during fire activity

    Normal service has resumed after southbound Red Line CTA trains were rerouted for a time this evening because firefighters were summoned to a Red Line station in the Loop, according to a CTA alert and fire officials. The subway trains were rerouted to...
  • May 4: Midday Fix - Calligraphy

    May 4: Midday Fix - Calligraphy
    Chinese American Service League 22nd Annual Chinese American Service League Benefit Dinner Wednesday, May 11 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Hilton Chicago 720 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago Chinese American Service League 2141 S. Tan Court Chicago (312) 791-0418...
  • China's president to visit Chicago

    WASHINGTON—The president of China will visit Chicago for two days next week, an event Mayor Richard Daley calls "big, big, big, big." President Hu Jintao, 68, who has led China since 2003, will be in the city on Jan. 20 and 21 as part of a state...
  • Chicago prepares to host Chinese leader

    Chicago prepares to host Chinese leader
    As Chinese President Hu Jintao arrived to Washington today, Chicago is preparing to play host to the visiting head of state during the last leg of his American trip on Thursday and Friday. Several hundred Chinese Americans will gather outside the...
  • Man sold nearly 50 guns on Chicago streets, federal charges say

    Man sold nearly 50 guns on Chicago streets, federal charges say
    A South Side felon has been charged in a federal complaint for peddling nearly 50 guns onto Chicago’s streets in less than two weeks. Levaine Tanksley is accused of selling 47 guns, many of them semi-automatic pistols, to a confidential informant,...
  • Occupy movement gathers in Chicago warehouse to protest NATO

    Occupy movement gathers in Chicago warehouse to protest NATO
    Members of Occupy Chicago and people from across the country gathered in an aging warehouse just outside Chinatown today to discuss their opposition to next weekend's NATO summit and finish planning for the mass protests they will stage during the...
  • Cops: Motorcyclist plunges 40 feet over feeder ramp wall

    Cops: Motorcyclist plunges 40 feet over feeder ramp wall
    A motorcyclist slammed into a concrete wall on a feeder ramp between the Dan Ryan and Stevenson expressways and tumbled over, falling about 40 feet to the pavement below, authorities say. The 22-year-old motorcyclist landed on his feet on a grassy...
  • 2 former state employees accused of giving fake road tests for bribes

    2 former state employees accused of giving fake road tests for bribes
    Two people who administered road tests for the Illinois Secretary of State's office were charged with giving passing marks to unqualified drivers or passing people who did not even take a road test in exchange for cash, federal officials said today....
  • Gambler says he was robbed of $10,000 won at casino

    Gambler says he was robbed of $10,000 won at casino
    Chicago police this morning were investigating a report from a 62-year-old Chinese immigrant that two men robbed him overnight of more than $10,000 he won at the Horseshoe Casino in Hammond, Ind. Police and fire paramedics responded to a call of an armed...
  • After winning $10K at Indiana casino, man robbed steps from Chicago home

    After winning $10K at Indiana casino, man robbed steps from Chicago home
    Kenny Chan, 62, did not have much time to figure out what he would do with the 10 grand he won early Wednesday while playing baccarat. Chan was on his way to his Chinatown apartment from a Hammond, Ind., casino about 2:15 a.m. Wednesday when two men...
  • Small fire on North Side causes brief Red Line disruption

    Small fire on North Side causes brief Red Line disruption
    Normal Red Line subway service has been restored between the Fullerton and Cermak-Chinatown stations following a small fire on the tracks the North/Clybourn station, according to authorities. As of 1:40 p.m. the small fire that broke out on the switch...