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Oberweis Opens South Side Campaign Office

CHICAGO (CBS) – Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jim Oberweis opened a new campaign office Tuesday in the Woodlawn neighborhood, and said for too long, Republicans have ignored the African American community. 332 more words


Confession Scrutinized In Trial Of Man Charged With Murdering Infant And Her Grandmother

By Brad Segall

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Testimony in the trial for an Upper Merion man charged with murdering a 10-month-old infant and her grandmother in what prosecutors say was a botched kidnapping attempt in King of Prussia nearly two years ago is focusing on the confession he made to police. 227 more words


Frontier Air Marks Return to PHL With One-Day, Bargain-Basement Fares

By Pat Loeb

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — If you’re thinking about going to Florida in January, you might want to check out Frontier Airlines’ web site… 176 more words


Cambridge Principal Accused Of Stalking Appears In Court, Bail Set

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 47-year-old principal at Cambridge Primary School appeared in court Tuesday morning on charges of stalking, disorderly conduct and fleeing from an officer. 88 more words


Boston Children's Hospital Treating Patients With Polio-Like Symptoms

BOSTON (CBS) – Boston Children’s Hospital said on Tuesday that it is monitoring patients who have developed polio-like symptoms, possibly related to Enterovirus D68.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is currently investigating nine cases in Colorado where symptoms consisted of weakness in one or more limbs and an MRI showed distinctive findings in the central portion of the spinal cord causing weakness. 190 more words


Queens Man Uses Wedding Photos To Help Bring His Wife's Memory Back

MANHASSET, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – One month after the happiest day of her life, a Queens woman suffered a terrible tragedy.

Tunicia Hall, 34, of Jamaica and her husband, Raleigh, got married on June 28. 277 more words


Cabbies, City Agree To Reforms; Centralized Dispatch, But No Fare Hike

CHICAGO (CBS) – With the city of Chicago allowing so-called ride-sharing companies to operate under fewer restrictions than traditional taxi companies, the Emanuel administration and cab drivers have reached an unprecedented agreement on reforms to help the taxi cab industry. 284 more words