Diane Pathieu, ABC 7 Chicago

Diane Pathieu

ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Diane:

As Hurricane Ian landfall approaches, Chicago-area residents rush to get home from Florida

Both airports in Orlando and Fort Myers will stop operations Wednesday morning. → Read More

Chicago police hosting in-person exams in push to hire more officers

Chicago police are making a push to train and hire more officers. → Read More

Chicago news Navy Pier: Person of interest being questioned after boy, 3, falls in lake, CPD says

Chicago police have not yet said if this was an accident or intentional, and did not clarify who was being questioned. → Read More

Chicago shootings injure at least 3 teens this weekend in Gresham, Marquette Park: CPD

According to recent Chicago police reports, there have been at least 10 minors shot in the city this month. → Read More

Chicago police: 1 fatally stabbed in Loop

A man died after being stabbed in the Loop Tuesday night, Chicago police said. → Read More

Chicago shootings: 56 shot, 9 fatally in Labor Day weekend violence across city, police say

Fifty six people were shot, nine fatally over the Labor Day Weekend in Chicago, police said. → Read More

Labor Day 2022: Naperville parade organizers focus on safety

"Every year we are always talking to police department, the city to make sure our patrons are safe. That is a very top priority," said Beth Degeeter, co-director of the Naperville Jaycees. "With the things that happened in the past months, we've actually had more meetings and more discussions just to make sure that everyone feels safe and is safe." → Read More

Mayor Lightfoot asks Chicagoans to help Texas migrants after more arrive in city

Mayor Lori Lightfoot said a busload of 50 additional migrants, mostly families, arrived Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Labor Day Weekend travelers pack O'Hare, Midway airports, roads

The holiday travel rush is expected to be busier this year. → Read More

Chicago health officials to give update on rollout of new COVID vaccine booster shot

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized a new formula Wednesday. → Read More

Man, 83, shot while driving in Austin, Chicago police say

An 83-year-old man was shot while driving through the Austin neighborhood Wednesday night, Chicago police said. → Read More

Loved ones say final goodbyes to Rolling Meadows family killed in Hampshire crash

Tom and Loren Dobosz and their four children were killed, along with another 13-year-old passenger in their vehicle, last month on Interstate 90 in Hampshire. → Read More

After violent Oak Lawn police arrest caught on video, teen charged back in court

The 17-year-old was badly injured in the incident. → Read More

Baby born weighing just 1 lb. heads home from Lurie Children's: 'She came out feisty'

A premature baby born weighing just 1 lb. is heading home from Lurie Children's Hospital in Streeterville. → Read More

LIVE | Bud Billiken Parade returns to South Side with emphasis on safety

After a smaller version last year due to the pandemic, this year's festivities will feature dozens of marching bands, dance groups and drill teams. → Read More

Illinois sales tax holiday begins Friday on many back-to-school supplies, Gov. Pritzker announces

Starting Friday, shoppers can save an extra 5% on sales tax for back-to-school clothes and supplies. → Read More

How will President Biden's abortion executive order impact Illinois?

As more cities and states like Illinois and Chicago prepare for an influx of patients seeking abortions from other states, President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order Wednesday. → Read More

Oak Lawn police dashcam video sparks protests as officers seen hitting teen during arrest

Police dashcam video that captured the moments lading up to a teenager's violent arrest has sparked outrage and protests in Oak Lawn. → Read More

Chicago Public Schools teachers may be fired for joining in General Iron protests with students

CPS officials have said the teachers violated several transportation and school credit policies in their efforts to teach kids about the issues. → Read More

Indiana abortion bill: Lawmakers meeting Monday to consider restrictions on abortions

Indiana lawmakers will meet in a special session Monday to consider a bill to ban nearly all abortion in the state. → Read More