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Off-duty Chicago cop opened fire in Blue Island bowling alley, wounding three people, during drunken fight over restroom: prosecutors

After getting knocked to the floor, an "intoxicated" Kyjuan Tate grabbed his gun and held it against the head of the man he was fighting at the Burr Oak Bowl at 3030 W. 127th St. in Blue Island, prosecutors said.

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Chicago stores exploit legal loophole to sell THC-O, a ‘psychedelic’ 3 times stronger than weed

Military scientists once investigated the compound as a potential nonlethal incapacitating agent. Now, a hemp-derived version is touted for its powerful, mind-bending effects.

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Member of U.S. Navy critically wounded, 3-year-old daughter grazed in the head in Chatham: ‘Something’s really wrong’

"To shoot in that car, you know kids [are] in there, you have to be a demonic soul," Shenell Griffin said after her son and granddaughter were shot in the 7900 block of South King Drive.

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16 businesses, including 10 restaurants, cited for violating city’s proof of vaccination order

Between Jan. 3, the day the order took effect, and Wednesday, the Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection issued a total of 32 citations to the businesses.

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Oficial no uniformado le dispara a tres personas en lugar de boliche de Blue Island

El miércoles, se le retiró la licencia de licor al lugar en medio de la investigación sobre el tiroteo.

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Top cop says COVID-19 surge prompted decision to bump tactical officers down to patrol, sources say

But three police supervisors cast doubt on Supt. David Brown’s reason for the move, which they say has hurt morale in the department.

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El clima se mantendrá bajo cero el lunes, se esperan temperaturas más cálidas el miércoles

Se esperaba que las temperaturas siguieran bajando el lunes, lo que podría hacer que el área de Chicago tenga "la noche más fría de esta ola de frío más reciente".

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Wind chills to remain below zero Monday, but 40-degree temperatures expected by Wednesday

Temperatures were expected to continue dropping Monday, which could have "the coldest night of this most recent cold snap," said Brett Borchardt, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.

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CPS cancels school Monday as negotiations with CTU continue

Mayor Lori Lightfoot and the Chicago Teachers Union on Sunday continued to publicly take shots at each other as negotiations continued.

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Chicago Police Supt. David Brown moves most tactical officers to beat cars, leading to backlash: sources

The move came after Mayor Lightfoot and her handpicked top cop said during a closed-door meeting last week that tactical officers would be reassigned to beat cars if they couldn't generate more arrests. Now, sources warn that gutting tactical units could result in more violence.