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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Larry Langford
Chicago fire officials say 15 people were hurt - one person seriously - when a SUV struck a Chicago Transit Authority bus on the city's South Side.
Two Chicago firefighters and a police officer were among eight people injured when a fire engulfed a two-story frame building on the city's South Side.
Five Chicago high school students were injured - one seriously - after an explosion and fire during a cooking class, officials said Wednesday.
A blaze at an abandoned building on Chicago's South Side left two firefighters dead and 14 injured Wednesday, the 100th anniversary of a grim milestone in U.S. firefighting history.
CHICAGO (AP) | As fires go, the one that broke out Wednesday in a small vacant building on the city's South Side was likely to be pretty routine for the Chicago Fire Department.
Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford says the two firefighters suffered smoke inhalation Tuesday, with one being taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford says witnesses told investigators the SUV crossed the center lane, hitting the bus that had 21 people on board.