Today, the Paulson Institute and the University of Chicago Institute of Politics are hosting a Financial Crisis Symposium to mark the five-year anniversary of the 2008 financial collapse. Our reporters Sandra Guy and Natasha Korecki will be reporting from the symposium and its panels all day, so follow below.
Live updates from Five Years Later: A Financial Crisis Symposium
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CPD restricts time off for officers as union fights Lightfoot on COVID-19 vaccination reporting mandate
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 7 president John Catanzara has said about half the city’s officers could defy the mandate, which went into effect Saturday.
The All-Star guard saw his Bulls team go 4-0 in the preseason, but also saw a much easier life alongside Lonzo Ball in the backcourt.
With David Montgomery out and Damien Williams on the COVID-19/reserve list, Pierce provides depth behind rookie Khalil Herbert and back-up Ryan Nall. Offensive lineman Dieter Eiselen also was flexed to the active roster.
Malik Elzy scored three touchdowns in the Wolverines’ huge win against Kenwood on Saturday.
Kierra Moore had big hopes for her high school basketball team this year. A shooting ended those dreams.
Moore was with a group of people in the 3100 block of West Polk Street when someone in a black sedan opened fire, killing her, police say.