Cate Cauguiran, ABC 7 Chicago

Cate Cauguiran

ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Cate:

Woman escapes attempted kidnapping in Chicago's West Loop, police say

Chicago police are investigating an attempted kidnapping in West Loop Sunday morning. → Read More

7 shot, 1 fatally, in Washington Park, Chicago police say

At least seven people were shot, one of them fatally, in Washington Park Tuesday evening, Chicago police said. → Read More

Texas bussing migrants: Another bus arrives in Chicago, mayor announces

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

Fatal West Side hit-and-run being investigated as homicide after man struck while on sidewalk: CPD

A man was struck and killed by a vehicle on a West Side sidewalk, police said. → Read More

Chicago shooting in Englewood injures 4 teenagers, CPD says

Chicago police said four teens were shot Wednesday evening in Englewood. → Read More

Car stolen from River North gas station as driver pumps gas, CPD says

A car was stolen from a River North gas station while the driver was pumping gas, Chicago police said. → Read More

'I was running for my life': Mom of 6 says quick-thinking saved her in Englewood attack, robbery

A South Side woman a mother of six said she escaped what could have been a worse fate and hopes her story can help others. → Read More

Girl, 13, critically injured by lightning strike while at Garfield Park near conservatory: CFD

A 13-year-old girl was critically injured by a lightning strike on the West Side as severe weather moved through the Chicago area Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Flossmoor police release bodycam video after woman, 64, fatally shot by officers

When police arrived at the home, an elderly woman using a walker opened the door and yelled "she's trying to kill me," police said. → Read More

Illinois secretary of state candidates 2022 vie for nomination to replace Jesse White

Jesse White is retiring after 24 years as Illinois' first African American secretary of state. → Read More

Illinois Primary Results 2022: Valencia concedes to Giannoulias in Secretary of State race

"What I am running to do is to make Illinois a great example for the rest of this country," Giannoulias said during his victory speech. → Read More

At least 6 injured after 89-year-old hit multiple people at NW Side forest preserve: fire officials

At least six people were transported from the scene, with four of them in critical condition, according to Chicago fire officials. → Read More

Portage Park fire: Massive blaze causes partial roof collapse to business building, CFD says

Heat posed as one of the challenges Chicago firefighters faced while battling the large flames. → Read More

Walmart buys paralyzed woman a new wheelchair after custom chair stolen while shopping

The stolen wheelchair was designed in 1989 and specifically built for the paralyzed survivor of a hit-and-run crash with multiple sclerosis. → Read More

Man killed in deadly shooting at CTA Red Line station at 79th Street, Chicago police say

Police said the 46-year-old man was standing near the entrance doors when someone approached from the street and started firing. → Read More

'We Walk for Her' shines light on unsolved cases of missing women, girls of color

A group gathered Tuesday on Chicago's South Side to raise awareness about deaths and disappearances of young Black women. → Read More

2022 Illinois Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees honored at Rialto Square Theater

"The fact that a it was a positive influence on peoples lives - It's a remarkable thing," said Dennis DeYoung of Styx. → Read More

Chicago police officer shot, injured in West Englewood, CPD says

A Chicago police officer was shot in West Englewood near 61st and Paulina Wednesday afternoon, CPD said. → Read More

Filipino nurses in America: The unseen, unsung, untold story

This is the untold story of the Filipino nurse in America, from WWII's past to the pandemic present. → Read More

Filipino nurses in America: The history vs. the stereotype

"Filipino nurses have been in the United States in large numbers for six decades now. And yet, the general public views them as perpetual foreigners." → Read More