Post Tagged with: "Paris Lewbel"

Your Next Car: It’s Getting Easier to Be Green

Your Next Car: It’s Getting Easier to Be Green

  We constantly hear terms like hybrids, battery power, and fuel mileage, but they took center stage at this year’s North American International Auto Show. Paris Lewbel shows how General Motors is committed to battery power and the Volt.

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Detroit Auto Show shows good signs for Chicagoland Economy

Detroit Auto Show shows good signs for Chicagoland Economy

  Detroit is at the forefront of new announcements today for car makers around the globe. Paris Lewbel is at The North American International Auto Show, noting it kicked off to great start Monday, and one announcement is even proving to boost Chicagoland’s economy as well.

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Holiday Airport Travel

  Lines were already filling at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport early Wednesday morning, as Chicago’s Airports are expecting nearly 1.8 million travels for the Thanksgiving Holiday. With millions of people traveling throughout the weekend, travel experts say the most important things to remember are being informed and getting to the airport as early as possible. But the airport isn’t just […]

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Traffic deaths on the rise… Why?

Traffic deaths on the rise… Why?

  In an exclusive WCHI News Team Investigation, Paris Lewbel and the investigation team look into the the rise of traffic deaths and the causes behind them.

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Weed in Plain Sight

Weed in Plain Sight

  Police undercover one of the biggest cannabis crops, all inside the City of Chicago. Paris Lewbel has the details.

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Evanston Murder of Teen Makes Violent Point for All

Evanston Murder of Teen Makes Violent Point for All

  The night of Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, changed one North side suburb of Chicago for ever. 14-year-old Dajae Coleman was killed that night while he walked down a local street. WCHI Senior Reporter Paris Lewbel takes a look inside the horrific killing in Evanston.

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Reporter Paris Lewbel holds a cannabis plant after the fields were burned during a cannabis field bust on October 03, 2012. (Kevin Gebhardt)
Advice from someone who knows all too well…

Advice from someone who knows all too well…

Cook County first responders and law enforcement officials sit down with Israeli police officers to get first hand experience in counterterrorism tactics, large scale emergency management, as well as many other emergency situations.

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Chicago Hosts The NATO Summit

Chicago Hosts The NATO Summit

  WCHI News takes a look at the security measures the City of Chicago set in place for the NATO Summit. Giving you a before and after look at what was the outcome of such precautionary measures and how it impacted Chicago.

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Exclusive Interview with Israeli Consulate General

Exclusive Interview with Israeli Consulate General

Senior Reporter Paris Lewbel sits down with Orli Gil, the Israeli Consulate General to the Midwest.

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