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Rosemary Regina Sobol is a reporter covering crime, fires, general mayhem, and breaking news of the day in Chicago.

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New Year's Day crash claims third victim

A third person has died following a crash on New Year's Day on the West Side.

Girl, 15, found beaten, sexually assaulted, near Safe Passage Route

A 15-year-old girl was found beaten, unconscious and sexually assaulted in the back yard of a home near a Safe Passage route in the Belmont

Ambulance driver charged with DUI after crash

Police say a suburban ambulance driver was three times over the legal limit for alcohol when he ran a red light, his emergency lights and si

Woman honored for coming to aid of girl: 'You are a true hero'

Betty Brewer is a petite woman with a warm smile, but last summer the grandmother stood tall against a man who allegedly tried to abduct a 1

2 charged in death of ex-Simeon football player Demarius Reed

Two 20-year-old men have been charged with the murder of Demarius Reed, an Eastern Michigan University football player from Chicago, officia

Detective charged in fatal off-duty shooting

In a rare move, Cook County prosecutors charged a Chicago police detective with involuntary manslaughter today for an off-duty shooting in w

Cougar killed on northwest Illinois farm

An Illinois Conservation Police officer euthanized a cougar in rural Whiteside county on Wednesday in the first confirmed cougar sighting in

Man, 93, robbed of nearly $4,000 on way home from bank

The 93-year-old bank customer took out $3,000 in cash and a money order for nearly $1,000, then started walking the nine blocks back to his

Ceremony marks anniversary of firefighter's death

Chicago Fire Department officials and family of Fire Capt. Herbert “Herbie” Johnson were among those who memorialized him on the anniversary

Eastern Michigan football team remembers slain teammate from Chicago

They played a football game here Saturday. There were punts and penalty flags, touchdowns and turnovers, a winner and a loser. It was just l

Escapee found watching TV at dad's home

Convicted bank robber Achilles Washington had been missing a week from a federal halfway house when Chicago police knocked on his father's d

Authorities: 'MasterChef' finalist Josh Marks dies from apparent suicide

Less than three months after he was arrested for assaulting a police officer at the University of Chicago , 26-year-old "MasterChef" finalis