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Judge James Zagel told lawyers Thursday morning that they would have until Monday to request the removal of certain jurors. Opening statements are expected to start Monday afternoon. Elizabeth Brackett has the story.


The fiery pastor of St. Sabina Church is out and his parishioners went to the archbishop's residence to make their displeasure known. But Cardinal George headed to Rome today for the beatification of Pope John Paul II. Eddie Arruza and his panel take a look at both controversial issues.


A car door is a dangerous and unexpected obstacle that is dreaded by bicyclists around the world. We tell you how the state of Illinois is tracking bike crashes in an effort to make the streets safer for two-wheeled travelers.


The international art world comes to Chicago for the Artropolis exhibition at the Merchandise Mart. We find out what's new this year at this annual Chicago tradition.


In honor of the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War this month, Geoffrey Baer looks back on what he's discovered about Chicago's Civil War history in a special edition of Ask Geoffrey.