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Local Girls Soccer Player Wins MVP Of National Tournament

(CBS) — A local soccer player is seeing stars today after winning a trophy by beating out 1,500 other young women.

Bina Saipi of Wilmette is the MVP of the nation’s largest high school varsity soccer tournament. 148 more words

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Naperville Quintuplets Graduate High School

(CBS) — Among those graduating from high school this weekend are quintuplets from Nequa Valley in Naperville.

Paddy, Grace, Aidan, Betsey and Clare aren’t even the only Collinses at their school. 179 more words

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New Naperville Mayor Looking To Take Pressure Off Of Property Tax Payers

(CBS) — The new mayor of Naperville wants to restore some balance as far as property taxes go in the state’s fourth largest city, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore. 206 more words

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Thousands Pedal Down LSD For 14th Annual Bike The Drive

CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s a sight you only get to see once a year – a view of Lake Shore Drive from a bicycle.

21,000 people registered for the 14th annual Bike the Drive from 5:30-11 a.m. 202 more words

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Chicagoans Remember Fallen Vets With Wreath Laying, Parade

(CBS) — On this beautiful, sunny day, thousands gathered to pay their respects for those who gave their lives for their country.

CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot reports at the Memorial Day wreath laying ceremony at Daley Plaza, wreaths were placed around the eternal flame, in honor of the Gold Star Families, those who lost a relative while in the service, for POWs and those missing in action, those in the armed forces and for the United States. 253 more words

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Suburban Man Killed After Fall From Catwalk During Concert At Aragon Ballroom

(CBS) — Chicago police are investigating the impaling death of a suburban man during a concert Friday night at the Aragon Ballroom, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser. 136 more words

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Mother Asking For Help To Solve Murder Of St. Rita Student

CHICAGO (CBS) — Family and friends of St. Rita High School student who was shot to death more than six years ago returned to the neighborhood where it happened, passing out flyers hoping to get some leads for police, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser. 200 more words

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