Articles Tagged with Chicago

Nordtrsom Shooting: Woman Dies Following The Attack

Chicago Nordstrom Shooting

One day after she was shot at a Chicago Nordtrom’s on Black Friday, the shooting victim has passed away. According to CNN, the Nordstrom’s reported via their Facebook page on the woman’s passing, stating, “Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.” The Inquisitr originally reported on the shooting, which took place while… Read more »

Chicago Building Collapse: Two Women And A Dog Pulled Out From Rubble

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Two people and a dog that were trapped under the rubble following a Chicago building collapse were rescued by crew from the Chicago Fire Department, reports Reuters. According to firemen, the structure used to be an apartment building that apparently collapsed following an explosion. The building collapse happened in the Washington Park neighborhood of the… Read more »

Chicago Police Union Sues To Stop Police Misconduct Records From Going Public

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The union representing Chicago’s police officers has sued the city itself and the Chicago Police Department to block decades of police misconduct records from being released, via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), to Chicago’s two leading newspapers. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Fraternal Order of Police’s Chicago lodge filed suit Tuesday in Cook… Read more »

Glasses Will Be A Thing Of The Past Soon If FDA Approves It!

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Presently, there are millions of Americans who live with glasses. Some of them find them a worthwhile accessory fitting of their personality and style, while others consider glasses a hassle. Over the years, inventions and procedures have been introduced to relieve people of glasses, from contact lenses to the latest method of LASIK eye surgery…. Read more »

Concealed Carry: Crime Rate In Chicago Drops Once Permits Are Issued

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Concealed carry permits increase self-defense abilities and prompt crime rate drops, according to Second Amendment advocates. The violent crime rate in Chicago has dropped since such permits became legal to issue late last year. City officials credit “better police” work with the drop in violent crime and theft in the city. One significant important crime-deterring… Read more »

ISIS Terrorists Threaten United States Soil Over Twitter

ISIS Attacks Chicago

The Sunni radicals, who are a part of the Islamic State, sent threatening messages over Twitter about the city of Chicago and United States soil. The United States government is asking that all local police departments be extremely vigilant and on the look out for possible ISIS threats, especially around Chicago and Washington D.C. The… Read more »