Top Chicago news: Ruth Bader Ginsburg honored at university; trial opens in killing of 9-year-old

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Trial to begin in horrific killing of 9-year-old

It stands as one of Chicago’s most horrific crimes, in large part because of small details that are impossible to shake.

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Man smashed in head with bowling ball fighting for his life; suspect at large

A 28-year-old Illinois man is in critical condition and fighting for his life after he was struck in the head with a bowling ball during an altercation at a bowling alley last week in an attack that immediately went viral. 

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White Sox defeat Angels, who were playing without injured Mike Trout

Danny Mendick, Matt Skole and James McCann had two hits apiece for the White Sox, who avoided a three-game sweep.

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Wine Riot to bring tastings to Chicago

Wine Riot will feature tastings from 40 vineyards and more than 100 prestigious whiskeys. The event runs Sept. 13-15.

Read the full story on ABC Chicago, WLS.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg receives Harris School of Public Policy's Dean's Award 

The Supreme Court justice was scheduled to accept the award today at the University of Chicago.

Read the full story on ABC Chicago, WLS.

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