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COVID-19 vaccine: Joliet sites that have it on hand

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Joliet: 1. 2130 W Jefferson St (815) 725-1102; 2. 3200 Caton Farm Rd (815) 267-8130; 3. Cvs Pharmacy (815) 577-0457; 4. 1403 W Jefferson St 815-725-1290; 5. 1535 N Larkin Ave 815-729-2487; 6. 1163 W Jefferson St 815-744-4002; 7.
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Biden cancels Chicago trip amid tensions over legislative agenda

President Joe Biden canceled his trip to Chicago this week and stay in Washington to haggle with lawmakers over the administration's two large legislative priorities, a White House official told NBC News on Tuesday. “In meetings and calls over the weekend and through today, President Biden has been engaging with...

9 Killed, 58 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — At least 67 people were shot over the weekend in Chicago, including a police officer who was wounded in a shooting in the South Shore neighborhood. Nine of the victims of this weekend’s gun violence have died. Police said the officer was shot just a block away when a shooting broke out around 10:50 p.m. Friday near 72nd Place and Jeffery Boulevard. They said there was a confrontation in a building, where two people had just gotten home with a pizza. An 18-year-old man was shot and killed. A 15-year-old boy was also shot, and is in fair condition...

College Football World Reacts To Lee Corso’s Performance Today

ESPN’s College GameDay was live from Chicago, Illinois on Saturday. The long-running ESPN college football pregame show was live prior to kickoff between Notre Dame and Wisconsin. The two big-time programs played a major non-conference game in the Midwest city on Saturday afternoon. Notre Dame throttled Wisconsin, 41-13. Fans were...

UPDATE: Region gun violence leaves 2 dead, 1 wounded

GARY — Two people were killed in separate shootings Saturday, police said. A 38-year-old woman died from a gunshot wounds after she was dropped off about 8 a.m. at Methodist Hospitals Northlake Campus in Gary and the vehicle in which she was riding caught fire, Cmdr. Jack Hamady said. The...

Congrats, Granddude! Lester Holt's son Stefan welcomes 3rd child

Lester Holt’s family just got a little bit bigger!. The NBC Nightly News anchor’s son Stefan and his wife, Morgan, recently welcomed their third child, a boy named James. Stefan, an anchor at NBC Chicago, shared the exciting news on Instagram alongside a carousel of photos. The first frame is a snapshot of their newborn followed by some additional pics of his wife and older kids, sons Henry, 4, and Samuel, 2.

2 Dead In Fiery Wrong-Way Crash On Stevenson Expressway Near La Grange Road

COUNTRYSIDE, Ill. (CBS) — Two people were killed early Sunday in a fiery crash on the Stevenson Expressway near La Grange Road. Illinois State Police were called at 2:58 a.m. Sunday for a two-vehicle crash on the southbound Stevenson. State police said a 2006 green BMW 750 was headed the wrong way in the southbound lanes and hit a 2017 white Ford Explorer head-on. Both cars caught on fire, and both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene, state police said. The driver of the Ford Explorer was identified as Barrett J. Callaghan, 25, of Orland Park. The identity of the driver of the BMW had not been released Sunday afternoon. The southbound lanes of the Stevenson were closed beginning at 3:33 a.m., and traffic was diverted off at 1st Avenue. By 8:30 a.m., all ramps were reopened, but the left and center lanes remained closed. All lanes were back open by just after 9 a.m. Further details were not immediately available.

Chicago P.D.'s Marina Squerciati Talks Burgess' Slow Recovery, Not Being 'Wonder Woman' After Kidnapping

This week on Chicago P.D., Burgess continues to recover after surviving a brutal attack that landed her in critical condition at Chicago Med. With her wounds still fresh, questions about Burgess’ future with Intelligence loom. “I don’t think she really knows yet what she is going to do,” Marina Squerciati, who plays Burgess, tells TVLine. Wednesday’s episode, titled “Rage” (NBC, 10/9c), takes place about two weeks after the kidnapping. Burgess’ colleagues, including Ruzek (who floats the possibility of her taking a desk job), are eager to have her back, but she isn’t quite ready to jump back into the action. “I feel like people...

Woman Shot While Asleep In Bed By Man Who Got Into Her South Shore Home

CHICAGO (CBS) — A woman was shot by a man who somehow got into her apartment as she slept in bed in her South Shore home early Sunday morning. Police said at 3:44 a.m., the 39-year-old woman was at home asleep in bed in the 7800 block of South Phillips Avenue in South Shore when she was shot by the man, who fled out of the back of her apartment. The woman was shot in the chest, abdomen, and right thigh and was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in serious condition. It was not clear who the man was or how he got into the apartment. Area Two detectives were investigating Sunday.

People are being robbed outside banks in Chicago

CHICAGO - At least four times in the past couple weeks, people have been robbed outside of banks in Chicago. The robberies have happened in the Little Village and Heart of Chicago neighborhoods:. 2300 Block of South Whipple Street on Monday, September 13, 2021 at 11:45 a.m. 2300 Block of...

Chicago Fire's David Eigenberg And Taylor Kinney Hilariously Explain Herrmann's Leadership Skills

Chicago Fire returned to NBC to pay off on the big cliffhanger that left the lives of Severide and the rest of Squad in jeopardy, and the Season 10 premiere fortunately didn’t kill any of them off. No memorials need to join Otis’ at Firehouse 51, and fans can look ahead to what’s next. Herrmann stepped up in some notable ways in the premiere, following a trend of his increasing leadership since becoming Engine lieutenant. When I was able to speak with both David Eigenberg and Taylor Kinney, hilarity ensued (seen above) when it came to describing Herrmann as a leader.

Metallica share live “Harvester of Sorrow” video from intimate Chicago show

Metallica have finally made their return to the stage, and they’ve surprised their fans ever since, including the intimate shows in San Francisco and Chicago, along with performing the Black album in its reversed entirety at Louder Than Life. These legends have now shared professionally shot footage of their “Harvester of Sorrow” performance at their pop-up concert on September 20th at the Metro in Chicago.