Car insurers’ pandemic windfalls: Illinois insurers could have given you bigger refunds, maintained same profits
How much insurance companies collected — and how much more they could have given back to drivers.
Jalen Vales, 27, was charged with attempted first degree murder and aggravated battery of a peace officer.
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The image posted to Facebook by state Sen. Sara Feigenholtz sparked criticism from religious leaders, including the archdiocese, which labeled it “bigoted imagery.”
Growing up in Rogers Park and Uptown amid violence, drugs and gangs, creating art “was an escape . . . a place where I could make the world I wanted.” He wants to provide that outlet for kids.
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Pet owners beware; the flea population in the Chicago area will be higher this summer, according to the Companion Animal Parasite Council.
Early lines for October matchup in South Bend reveal professional bettors’ thought process.
At least nine people died nationwide and an estimated 11,500 were injured last year in accidents involving fireworks, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Ryan McDonagh was struck by a train at the Glen of North Glenview Train Station, 2301 Lehigh Ave.
Some White Sox might be slowing down, but the quizmaster knows only one speed
Dear Abby: Devoted stepmother feels neglected as woman tries to repair relationship with her alcoholic mother
After the stepmom and her husband helped her in a custody fight, they’re hurt that the phone calls and visits have slowed.
Chicago police officer among 25 shot in Chicago Friday; 2 killed and 7 wounded in separate mass shootings
The mass shootings occurred in the Loop and West Garfield Park.
Contributions to Democratic candidates and abortion-rights groups have spiked sharply. Democratic pollster Jeff Horwitt says, “How (abortion) plays out in November is to be determined, but for now, it is injecting some much-needed enthusiasm into parts of the Democratic coalition.”
Lance Lynn threw six scoreless innings in his best start of season. The Sox benefitted from Giants reliever Camilo Doval’s error in the ninth that allowed Gavin Sheets to reach base.
The shooting happened about 9:15 p.m. in the 3800 block of West Monroe Street.
After allowing hits to five of the first nine hitters he faced Friday, Sampson switched to his off-speed pitches and retired 12 of the next 14.
Hendriks said he’ll come off the injured list Monday, when the Sox open a stretch of games against AL Central teams. “We need to fall in love with the game again,” he said.
Biden’s honors list includes both living and deceased honorees from the worlds of Hollywood, sports, politics, the military, academia, and civil rights and social justice advocacy.
Campbell was part of the five-person hiring committee that chose GM Ryan Poles and coach Matt Eberflus this year.
Last year, the July Fourth weekend was a bloodbath on Chicago streets with over 100 people shot, 19 of them killed. Thirteen children were among the wounded, five of them shot within a nine-hour period.
Meanwhile, the four Illinois legislative leaders did not have a spectacular primary day last week.
The 19-year-old had a son three weeks ago and “was figuring life out” after the pandemic upended his basketball career, a former coach says.
Chicago police officer shot answering call of domestic disturbance in Little Italy. ‘They were ambushed,’ top cop says
4-year-old girl died of child abuse just days after being returned to mother and the woman’s partner in Chatham
Arab American Action Network along with other Chicago community groups say the reports have become a way to racially profile Muslims and people of Arab descent.
The teen was near the parking lot of a business in the 2500 block of South Kolin Avenue when a male on a bicycle approached her and opened fire, Chicago police said.
The winner of the Chicago casino bid, who promised good labor relations here, nearly had to contend with a walkout over the July 4 weekend at its operation outside Providence.
Nothing can ruin a cookout like charred burgers that look more like hockey pucks than a tasty dinner.
Chicago’s laser sights ban reconsidered, Police officer wounded in shooting, Zach LaVine signs new Bulls contact and more in your Chicago news roundup
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