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Lost Chihuahua

There was a Small Black Chihuahua found at Neenah and Archer This morning . It was rescued by Patti . Collar , No tags. If you know the owner or are the owner Please contact Patti at 312-656-6513 Thanks Everyone

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Car stolen in Lyons ends up in 3-car crash in Chicago; driver in custody after foot chase

Half an hour later in Chicago, the vehicle was involved in a three-car crash in the 4200 block of South Cicero Avenue, Chicago police said. The driver was caught after a foot chase.

    Car stolen in Lyons ends up in 3-car crash in Chicago; driver in custody after foot chase
    The car was taken about 7 a.m. from in front of a house in the 4600 block of Hawthorne Avenue, police said.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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Amazing School

Excellent!!
St Bruno Catholic School has exceeded my expectations on my child's education! The teachers are amazing! The students are all being taught beyond subjects like science and math. They also are taught values, morals, kindness, compassion, etc. They have activities and events that allow parents and students to get involved and further build friendships. St Bruno offers before and after school care, a wonderful asset to working parents. I highly recommend taking a tour and seeing for yourself what a lovely community this school has built with their excellent teachers, staff and students!!

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Murder on the margins: Chicago women strangled, killers at large

Margaret’s body was found in a gravel lot in the 4200 block of South Knox Avenue on the Southwest Side. She was partially clothed, lying on her back in mud, a brown rope around her neck.

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They paused at a weedy lot near Kilbourn Avenue and Wilcox Street, where a transgender woman had recently been killed. Stewart finished her thought.

    Murder on the margins: Chicago women strangled, killers at large
    More than 10 years have passed, but Margaret Gomez's family members still drive by a Southwest Side corner searching for the man they believe strangled the 22-year-old and left her in a muddy lot in the shadow of the Stevenson Expressway. They don't expect to find him but feel it's something they must do.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

Jan 11

75 women have been strangled or smothered in Chicago since 2001. Most of their killers got away.

Margaret’s body was found in a gravel lot in the 4200 block of South Knox Avenue on the Southwest Side. She was partially clothed, lying on her back in mud, a brown rope around her neck.

This article has 2 other Chicago locations (Show)

A Chicago police officer investigates where Catherine Saterfield-Buchanan was found dead with blunt force trauma to the face and defensive wounds on her body in the 3500 block of West Huron Street on June 22, 2017, in the East Garfield Park neighborhood of Chicago.

They paused at a weedy lot near Kilbourn Avenue and Wilcox Street, where a transgender woman had recently been killed. Stewart finished her thought.

    75 women have been strangled or smothered in Chicago since 2001. Most of their killers got away.
    More than 10 years have passed, but Margaret Gomez's family members still drive by a Southwest Side corner searching for the man they believe strangled the 22-year-old and left her in a muddy lot in the shadow of the Stevenson Expressway. They don't expect to find him but feel it's something they must do.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com

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