NNN Staff 10/10/2011 Authorities are investigating the cause of death of a firefighter who collapsed in Sunday’s Chicago Marathon. 35-year-old William Caviness fell Sunday morning just five hundred yards from the finish line. The veteran marathoner from North Carolina was raising mone
Justin Schecker 10/10/2011 It’s been 24 days since the Occupy Wall Street protests began, and the goals of the movement are not yet clearly defined. Despite that fact, the non-violent demonstrations against social inequality have spread to major cities across the country. Over the weekend, the
Kayla Stoner 10/05/2011 Taxes, tolls and fees – they’re not words most people like to hear, but Chicago’s Inspector General, Joe Ferguson, says the city has to do something to be more self-sufficient. The Inspector General’s Office released a report Tuesday with options to cut spending and raise
Christina Fan Justin Schecker 10/24/2011 Monday marks the 32 nd day of the Occupy Chicago protests. Early Sunday morning, 130 demonstrators were arrested for being in Grant Park after it had closed. A spokesman for Occupy Chicago says none of the protestors resisted arrest. Monday, d
Carley Lake 11/07/2011 You may think you know Chicago sports – the Bulls, Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks and Bears. But the Chicago Blaze might be one team you haven’t seen. The Blaze represent Chicago and Illinois in the United States Chess League. They compete against teams from across the country
Carley Lake 11/14/2011 As the weather gets colder, Chicagoans look for indoor activities to stay fit. Treadmills and yoga classes are two popular options, but we found a different way to bounce into shape this winter. Watch the video for a look at the latest fat-burning exercise craze.
Eric Feldman 11/16/2011 Lake Shore Drive construction slows commutes between Northwestern's Evanston and Chicago campuses. The Chicago Department of Transportation is adding turnaround access points for emergency situations on both north and southbound lanes. University Services warns s