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Police: 3 law enforcement officers shot, wounded in Chicago

Police say three undercover law enforcement officers were shot and wounded while driving onto a freeway on Chicago’s South Side.

Tornado sweeps through suburban Chicago, causing damage

Officials say a radar-confirmed tornado swept through communities in heavily populated suburban Chicago, damaging more than 100 homes, toppling trees, knocking out power and causing multiple injuries.

Chicago police officer charged in Jan. 6 attack at Capitol

A Chicago police officer has been charged with breaching the U.S. Capitol and entering a senator’s office during the Jan. 6 insurrection.

Man pleads guilty to stealing $800K from disabled kids group

The former executive director of a suburban Chicago nonprofit created to help children with disabilities has pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges.

Several protesters detained at North Carolina police brutality march

Several protesters were taken into custody Sunday night after authorities in North Carolina declared a police brutality demonstration an “unlawful assembly.”

American Airlines reinstates nonstop flight between ILM and Chicago

American Airlines has announced their nonstop service between ILM and Chicago O’Hare is coming back.

Chicago mayor touts deal with union to reopen schools

It also pushes back the start of in-person classes and phases them in. The first wave could start this week.

Woman kept being sent parking tickets from City of Chicago after moving to North Carolina

Jennifer Owen sold her car and moved to North Carolina and thought Chicago was part of her past, until parking tickets – a whole bunch of them – started showing up.

Police: Man shoots 7 in series of Chicago-area attacks

Authorities say a man killed three people and wounded four others in a series of shootings over roughly four hours that started on Chicago’s South Side and ended with his death in a shootout with police just north of the city.

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Governor Cooper appoints new general counsel

Fletcher replaces William McKinney, who served as the Governor’s Legal Counsel from January 2017 until July 2021 and has returned to private practice.

‘Christmas in Harmony’ filming next week

Even though it's the dog days of August, a new movie production is making the Cape Fear think about the yuletide season.

‘American Idol’ to hold virtual auditions for NC, SC on Friday

You must be a legal U.S. resident born on or between June 2, 1992 and September 15, 2006 to participate this season.

‘There are only so many beds’: COVID-19 surge hits hospitals

Florida hospitals slammed with COVID-19 patients are suspending elective surgeries and putting beds in conference rooms, an auditorium and a cafeteria.