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Top Chicago news: 2 Chicago teens killed in Hammond crash; soccer returns to Soldier Field; more

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Federal prosecutor: Chicago officers 'betrayed their badges'

Federal prosecutors say two Chicago police officers lied to judges to obtain search warrants, then stole cash and drugs from the properties they searched. 

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2 Chicago teens killed in Hammond crash

Two teenage girls were killed in a crash involving a car and a semi-truck in Hammond on Monday night.

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Chicago Fire returning to Soldier Field 

New owner Joe Mansueto believes they can grow the fan base to fill the stadium at Soldier Field.

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Chicago Marathon: Route, street closures and more

Here is a guide to the Oct. 13 marathon course, street closures and more for anyone looking to cheer on their favorite runner.

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Teachers union demands more support staff, counselors, as strike date nears

The Chicago Teachers Union is pushing hard for more support staff, including counselors, nurses and other para-professionals, as well as reduced class sizes.

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