Top Chicago news: Man shot by liquor store security guard; Kanye West to hold Sunday Service; more

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Students protest after teacher allegedly told student who didn't stand for national anthem, 'go back to your country'

A group of students held a sit-in Wednesday at a Chicago high school after a teacher allegedly told a Latino student last month to "go back to your country" after she and others declined to stand for the national anthem during an assembly.

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Girl Scout troop sets up cookie booth in front of marijuana dispensary

The girls sold about 230 boxes of cookies.

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Dramatic photos show Chicago's disappearing beaches

You've probably noticed smaller beaches as Lake Michigan remains at near record-high levels. Satellite images from Google Earth really show just how much Chicago's beaches are shrinking.

Read the full story on ABC Chicago, WLS.

Kanye West announces Sunday Service during NBA All-Star weekend

Kayne West is bringing Sunday Service back to his hometown of Chicago for the NBA All-Star weekend.

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Man shot, critically wounded by security guard after argument at Garfield Park liquor store

A man was critically wounded after being shot by a liquor store's security guard Wednesday in Garfield Park on the West Side. The security guard shot the man after an argument turned physical, according to reports.

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