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Tuesday, August 30, 2016 77°F Mist
ABC 7 Chicago ABC 7 Chicago 1 hour 
48,000 pieces of mail found at postal worker's home
48,000 pieces of mail found at postal worker's home
ABC 7 Chicago ABC 7 Chicago 1 hour 
A signal from ET? Science world buzzing over space radio blip
A signal from ET? Science world buzzing over space radio blip
At Brookfield Zoo since it opened in 1934, Cookie the cockatoo has flown to the great beyond
At Brookfield Zoo since it opened in 1934, Cookie the cockatoo has flown to the great beyond
ABC 7 Chicago ABC 7 Chicago 1 hour 
Man throws 4-year-old boy off bridge
Man throws 4-year-old boy off bridge
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune 1 hour 
In the Big Ten Conference, where college rivalries are huge, the University of Illinois just lost a title
NBC Chicago NBC Chicago 1 hour 
McDonald's worker with special needs retires after 32 years
ABC 7 Chicago ABC 7 Chicago 1 hour 
Couple facing charges in horrific scalding death of dog
Couple facing charges in horrific scalding death of dog
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune 54 min 
FBI's documents on Hillary Clinton email probe to be released as early as Wednesday.
FBI's documents on Hillary Clinton email probe to be released as early as Wednesday.
Chicagoist Chicagoist 1 hour 
Cookie, World's Oldest Parrot, Dies At Brookfield Zoo At 83
Cookie, World's Oldest Parrot, Dies At Brookfield Zoo At 83
ABC 7 Chicago ABC 7 Chicago 45 min 
US Dept. of Agriculture closes offices in 5 states after threats
US Dept. of Agriculture closes offices in 5 states after threats
NBC Chicago NBC Chicago 41 min 
Study finds dogs do know what their owners are saying
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune 2 hours 
Big data project at U. of I. gets boost from $110 million grant via @ChicagoBlueSky
Big data project at U. of I. gets boost from $110 million grant via Blue Sky Innovation
Chicago Tribune Chicago Tribune 30 min 
Donald Trump's indecision on signature policy proposal, expelling those living in U.S. illegally, trips up campaign.
Chicago magazine Chicago magazine 1 hour 
Is Chicago really broke? Tom Tresser says no—here’s how he explains it