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Firefighters Battling Blaze At Rolling Meadows Apartment Building

(CBS) — Firefighters from several northwest suburbs are on the scene of an extra-alarm fire in a three-story, 20-unit apartment building in Rolling Meadows.

An eyewitness said that fire quickly shot through the roof of the building, at 5201 Carriageway. 54 more words

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Rare Day Closure Of I-70 For Road Repair From Colfax To Tower

DENVER (CBS4) – The Colorado Department of Transportation will be doing a rare daytime closure of Interstate 70 Thursday morning from Colfax Avenue to Tower Road. 131 more words

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Campaign 2015: Breakdown Of L.A. City Primary Election Results

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The unofficial results from Los Angeles’ primary election are in and appear to show that fewer than nine percent of registered voters cast a ballot on Tuesday. 174 more words

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Vintage Evanston House To Be Relocated To New Spot

(CBS) — A house designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright associate that at several points was days away from being torn down will be moved from a supermarket parking lot to its new home in northwest Evanston Thursday. 297 more words

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Student Accused Of Using Other Users' AA Frequent Flyer Miles

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A foreign student living in South Florida is accused using other people’s frequent flyer miles.

Milad Avazdavani is accused of fraudulently accessing other people’s American Airlines Frequent Flyer accounts and booking trips under his name. 48 more words

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Donations Pour In For Family Of Woman Who Lost Baby In Crash

THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4) – Community members are coming together to support the family of a woman who lost her unborn child in an accident in Thornton two weeks ago. 268 more words

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Potential Naperville City Council Candidate Hoping Law Barring Liquor Licensees From Office Gets Overturned

(CBS) – In Naperville, liquor licensees cannot hold elected office. But a man who wants to run for city council still hopes the outgoing council will change the law, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts. 169 more words

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