“In some ways, we think that we live in Illinois and somehow we’re immune to this,” said David Goldenberg, the Midwest director of the Anti-Defamation League that issued the “Hate in the Prairie State” report.
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“We can’t take these resources, especially in our underserved communities,” said 29th Ward Ald. Chris Taliaferro, who plans a community meeting Tuesday at the field house.
But there is hope, according to the report. Organizations representing people of color grew their companies with the addition of full- and part-time employees.
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An ordinance to be introduced this month would set Chicago on a managed transition away from the use of expensive, unhealthy natural gas, City Council members William Hall and Timmy Knudsen write.
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A state suit accuses the ex-president and his firm of deceiving banks, insurers and others by misstating his wealth for years in statements. He denies wrongdoing.
This is the first time in more than 100 years that a lawmaker has moved to force a vote using the legislative maneuver to remove a House speaker.
Fields ripped through the Broncos as a passer, but melted down at the end with a lost fumble and an interception.
‘He passed away in his sleep,’ according to an archdiocese spokesperson. It wasn’t clear what caused his death.
As Ball continues to recover from his knee issues, his absence looms large over the Bulls because of how integral his passing, cutting and basketball IQ were to them when he was healthy.
The Claddagh Ring Pub bet all customers’ bar tabs on the Bears winning against the Denver Broncos Sunday — and ended up paying the price.
Striking UAW members see the fear-mongering of the auto industry. Americans are being told we have a Hobson’s choice on electric vehicles: We can have them, but only at a cost to our neighbors who build them.
Authorities say a group of robbers who tried to hold up an armored car were held off when guards returned fire. Thieves also held up a U.S. Bank branch in nearby Matteson. The FBI is investigating both incidents.
It’s both counterintuitive and counterproductive to suggest that Chicago Police Department officers are singling out Black Chicagoans for traffic stops because they are Black.
The White Sox are “embarrassed” by a 61-101 season in which they were outscored by 200 runs.
Zaitsev struggled last season before and after a trade from the Senators to the Hawks. But after working with Scott Foresman this summer, he feels “fresh and loose” and ready for a better season.
The Cubs’ last two days in Milwaukee, after being eliminated from postseason contention, were a time of reflection.
The city should maintain its policy of non-cooperation with federal immigration authorities, Ald. Anthony Beale writes, but needs federal help to afford the rising cost of resettling asylum seekers.
The settlement calls for no exchange of money between the parties, but the woman will receive a separate $300,000 payout from insurance, her attorney, Jesse Kaplan, said in a letter to Bauer’s lawyers.
Bart Piet added another to his list of big northern pike caught on the Chicago lakefront, this one capping a list of miscues.
This much is clear: There are 12 roster spots and a lot more than 12 interested players.
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The younger James hopes to rejoin this USC teammates this season.
The Bears coach said he would make the same call “based on the scenario that was there” if he had it to do all over again. Khalil Herbert was stopped for no gain, the Broncos responded with a 51-yard field goal and won, 31-28 to drop the Bears to 0-4.
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