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Truck into store at 71st and King.
Des Plaines police officers Matt Kulak, right, Larry Marks, and Mark Damico, left, fill sandbags in the Big Bend neighborhood of Des Plaines, Ill. Wednesday, May 26, 2004, as the Des Plaines River inches closer to area homes. The river is expected to crest later this week at nine feet, four feet above flood stage.
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  • Truck into store at 71st and King.
  • Des Plaines police officers Matt Kulak, right, Larry Marks, and Mark Damico, left, fill sandbags in the Big Bend neighborhood of Des Plaines, Ill. Wednesday, May 26, 2004, as the Des Plaines River inches closer to area homes. The river is expected to crest later this week at nine feet, four feet above flood stage.
  • Freed inmate: New investigation like a nightmare
  • ABC7 First Alert Forecast
A truck has crashed into Farmers Food Basket, a grocery store in the Park Manor neighborhood, injuring five people.
The government wants to buy nearly two dozen homes along the Des Plaines River and tear them down. Many flood weary residents are thrilled with the offer.
In an ABC7 exclusive, former death row inmate Anthony Porter talks about a new investigation into his overturned murder conviction.
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