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Midtown Center’s summer program for Chicago youth opens in new Wicker Park location.
Who will survive in Illinois incumbent contests? On the Democratic side, it’s Sean Casten vs Mary Newman; and for Republicans, it’s Mary Miller vs Rodney Davis.
The CPS programs have locations throughout the city for kids to get free breakfast and lunch.
Drag queens, kings and others in the LGBTQ community face daily attacks and harassment. They deserve support year-round.
There were signs of old injuries as well as new ones on the girl, Cashawnna Love.
Numbers show a big dip in slugging percentage, but there doesn’t seem to be any clear reason why.
The shooting happened around 1:20 p.m. Sunday when the three boarded the bus in the 300 block of South Pulaski Road armed with an assault-style rifle and a handgun, according to police.
A letter from World Business Chicago, signed by Mayor Lori Lightfoot and other civic leaders, urges Fortune 500 companies to invest here because local laws respect worker diversity and impose fewer limits on abortions.
The owners were bombarded with calls once news of the Bridgeport institution’s closure spread. “We know we are always busy, but the way they think about the food, and about everything is amazing,” co-owner Josie Rodriguez said.
“I know everyone wants COVID to be over,” said Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady. “Unfortunately, we continue to see the COVID virus itself mutate quickly, with new, more contagious subvariants emerging every few weeks.”
“If Kellz goes down, everybody’s going down,” intoned a voice on the YouTube video.
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After playing QB for the Broncos, he became a Pro Bowl receiver with the Bills and won two Super Bowls with the Dolphins. He was a receiver on the 1972 Dolphins team that finished with a perfect season.
Edward Minieka, 78, who owns the co-op unit, said he appears to have lost a battle with his neighbors to preserve the elaborate paint scheme in his foyer.
Stemming the flow of illegal weapons, investing in community anti-violence programs and reforming the approach to illegal gun possession would make us safer.
Government should raise income thresholds for low-income and working-class married couples who receive assistance such as welfare and SNAP benefits.
Today’s update is a 5-minute read that will brief you on the day’s biggest stories.
Customers can get their own pair of Finger Sporks by ordering a Sides Lovers Meal at a KFC restaurant, or through the chain’s mobile app or website.
The boy, now 7, has brain damage from oxygen deprivation during labor at Advocate Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn.
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The lawsuit against the team was filed in Houston by one of the 24 women who had previously sued Watson over allegations of sexual misconduct when he played for the Texans.
The Getting to Zero plan invests $10 million to address to end HIV transmission in the coming years. We must address the drivers of HIV: housing and employment insecurity, the impact of HIV-related stigma, and systemic racism.
Cecilia Thomas was inside a car when another car approached and someone inside the second car opened fire, striking her in the head, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.
The court in the Moscow suburb of Khimki extended Griner’s detention for another six months after she appeared for a preliminary hearing held behind closed doors.
The court ruled 6-3 along ideological lines for the coach. The justices said the coach’s prayer was protected by the First Amendment.
They were in the 400 block of North State Street early Monday when someone in a black Jeep opened fire, police said.
Officers responded to calls of someone with a gun in the 2300 block of Johnson Street Sunday afternoon.
Kaiden Schrieber caught his first muskie, a 50-incher, and earned Fish of the Week for what would be a fish of a lifetime for most of us.
Ken Griffin’s exit from Chicago had to do with crime, but many more factors are at play in the spate of corporate decisions about where to set up shop.
The incidents happened in an area where Chicago police had stepped up patrols following the Pride Parade.
The woman, 24, swung a knife during a fight in the 1000 block of West Belmont Avenue Sunday night, police said.
The driver and six pedestrians were taken to hospitals with injuries not considered life-threatening.
Amy Brown, 22, was in a fight in the 5300 block of South Carpenter Street when she was stabbed in the chest and arms, police and the Cook County medical examiner’s office said.