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Emma: A Day With Northwestern’s Coach Collins
Monday, June 02, 2014

Emma: A Day With Northwestern’s Coach Collins

By Chris Emma-In the first of a periodical series this summer, “A day with Coach,” CBSChicago college sports columnist Chris Emma spent a day with Northwestern basketball coach Chris Collins at Evanston’s Dewey...

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Bulls’ Noah Earns All-NBA First Team Honors
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Bulls’ Noah Earns All-NBA First Team Honors

(CBS) Bulls center Joakim Noah was named to the all-NBA first team, the league announced today.Noah earned the elite honor alongside Thunder forward Kevin Durant, Heat forward LeBron James, Rockets guard James Harden...

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Feds Hit Storage Facility For Petcoke Dust Emissions
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

Feds Hit Storage Facility For Petcoke Dust Emissions

WBBM 780’s Bernie Tafoya WBBM 780/105.9FMplaypauseCHICAGO (CBS) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has accused a company that stores huge piles of petroleum coke on the Calumet River of violating...

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Mayor Lays Out Environmental Roadmap
Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Mayor Lays Out Environmental Roadmap

Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to make Chicago the greenest city in the world and says that doesn't have to have a negative impact on jobs. In fact, he said the two goals can be achieved together. "I do believe this is...

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WATCH: Life-Sized Wall-E Replica Robot Comes Alive
Tuesday, August 06, 2013

WATCH: Life-Sized Wall-E Replica Robot Comes Alive

A citrus farmer in Bakersfield, Calif., and his group of "Wall-E Builders" have created a real life, moving and talking Wall-E robot from scratch. In honor of "Geek Week," Tested posted a video on...

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Judge Sets September Arguments in Lawmaker Pay Suit
Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Judge Sets September Arguments in Lawmaker Pay Suit

 Arguments in a lawsuit over Gov. Pat Quinn's decision to cut legislators' pay will have a hearing in mid-September, meaning lawmakers could miss another paycheck if they don't agree on a solution for Illinois'...

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