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Tag Archive | Chicago

Crime Photographers Had Greater Access to Crime Scenes in the 1920s (Viewer Discretion)

Crime, gangs and violence have always plagued Chicago, but the period from 1920 to 1950 was an especially troubling time. Historians look back at this period in the city, supported by rarely seen photos from the Chicago Tribune archives. Warning: This video features graphic images. (John Owens, Chicago Tribune) Chicago violence: Is it just the […]

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Topics: Viewer Discretion

CTA Train Operator/Driver Dozed Before Blue Line Train Crashed at Terminal at O’Hare

NTSB: Operator admits she was asleep before train crashed. NTSB investigators have confirmed that the driver in the Blue Line crash says she nodded off when the train wreck happened and it’s not the first incident for this driver. The same driver passed a station when she fell asleep in February. The CTA says the […]

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Topics: 24/7 Alerts

One Injured in One Vehicle Rollover Crash at I-94 Ramp to Eastbound I-80/94 Near South Holland

Bishop Ford to Kingery: Crash scene at I-94 Ramp to eastbound I-80/94 near the Torrence Avenue exit (#161). South Holland firefighters and Illinois State police responded Sunday March 3, 2013 for a rollover crash with one person injured. The vehicle crashed with a barrier wall and sustained heavy front-end damage. A small fire started which […]

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Topics: 24/7 Alerts


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