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Los latinos son el grupo étnico más grande de Chicago: censo

Por primera vez, los latinos superaron a los afroamericanos como el grupo racial o étnico más grande en Chicago, el Condado de Cook e Illinois, según muestran los datos del censo.

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Chicago population up 2% over the past decade as city keeps title of third-largest city in U.S.

Of the more than 50,000 residents added over the past decade to the city’s total population, most are Latino and Asian.

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Weekend violence: Six children wounded over nine hours as Chicago continues to see more young victims of shootings

At least 91 children 15 years of age and younger have been wounded so far this year, 11 of them fatally, according to Sun-Times records.

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At halfway point, shootings and homicides are up in Chicago from year ago, though violence has dipped last two months

The year is still outpacing 2020, one of the most violent years in the city since the mid-1990s.

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A detailed timeline of the Adam Toledo shooting

Based on the newly released videos and audio, as well as original reporting, this shows the slowly-changing narrative involving Toledo’s death.

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After Illinois Rep. Mary Miller praises Hitler, Rep. Jan Schakowsky calls on her to resign

The comment by Miller, a GOP freshman, at a pro-Trump rally was met with condemnation.

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Illinois members of Congress react to chaos in Capitol

Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., called it a "coup."

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Tracking the coronavirus in Illinois

This dashboard tracks the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, and its impact on the state of Illinois.

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Former fat guy’s hard-won wisdom on staying healthy, fit despite coronavirus limits

Good enough needs to be enough for all us right now, says ‘Big Problems’ author who followed that advice to lose 80 pounds in the past five years — and keep it off.

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Attorney General Kwame Raoul gets price-gouging businesses to agree to stop or face $50,000 fine and shutdown

One North Side store was selling single rolls of toilet paper for $4.99 each Sunday.