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Through The Flames: Tracing the path of the Great Chicago Fire

Tracing the path of devastation caused by the Great Chicago Fire.

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EXPLORE: Past tornadoes and their damage around Chicago

The deadliest tornado hit on April 21, 1967, traveling through Oak Lawn and the South Side of Chicago, killing 33 and injuring 500.

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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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Chicago has just come out of our fourth-longest stretch with at least 10 inches of snow cover

It might not have been forever, but for those of us having to shovel again and again for weeks, it felt like it at times: 25 days, from Jan. 31 through Feb. 24.