619 Homicides in Chicago so far this Year

Out of 619 homicides in Chicago and 2017, 572 have been the result of gun violence. 26 homicides have been reported in November so far and all but one of them have been shooting deaths. This week 13 people have been shot with 2 dead and 11 wounded.

Illinois election officials have voted to remain in a multistate voter registration database. Advocates had urged officials to withdraw from the Kansas-run interstate voter registration crosscheck program and now plan to take the fight to the state legislature.

Local law enforcement readies for a no-refusal operation tomorrow night, just before Thanksgiving. Officials are trying to combat drunk driving and officers will be scattered around Kane and DuPage county. The no-refusal system is for drivers who decline to submit a breath test after a DUI arrest.

Oliva Wilde Says She Was “Hammered” While Filming A Movie In Chicago

Actress Oliva Wilde recently opened up about filming her 2013 film “Drinking Buddies” in Chicago and revealed that she, and the other actors, were HAMMERED during the entire movie.

The movie is based in Chicago and is a tangled love story about friends and co-workers at a real-life brewery on the City’s west side.

What moviegoers didn’t realize was that the cast was drinking REAL BEER during filming. That means with every passing scene, the cast was getting REAL drunk.

Anna Kendrick, Ron Livingston, Jake Johnson and Wilde’s real-life husband Jason Sudeikis appear in the movie, which means they too were probably buzzing after a few takes on film days.

Check out the preview for Wilde’s interview on Off Camera with Sam Jones:

Crying Fan Sings “My Hero” With Dave Grohl


Sunday Night at the Foo Fighter’s show in Denver, Colorado, Dave Grohl stopped in the middle of “My Hero” and to call out a crying fan.

“Don’t cry motherf—–, I know you’re drunk, don’t cry,” Grohl said to his drunk, crying fan Anthony. “Are you crying right now? You’re f—ing crying aren’t you? I love you man, look at you, holy s—. You know what, f— that speech I was just going to make, I’m singing this s— to you right now. I’m gonna sing this f—— song right in your face, man to man, prison style, I’m going man to man. Me and you, I want some real tears, you better sing it with me. Don’t make me cry, because I promised I wouldn’t do this.”

Grohl insisted Anthony move up to the front row of the audience but changed his mind and made him come on to the stage. After a big hug, Anthony stood beside Grohl, who was sitting on a stool because of a broken leg.  Grohl got up saying, “I’m gonna stand up with my broken leg and sing this f—— song to your drunk ass right now.”

Anthony sat and looked up at Grohl as they both sang “My Hero” together. At the end of the song, Grohl told his starstruck fan to “get the f— off my stage” and hugged him again. Watch the video above.