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Rush Boot Camp helps pre-med students achieve

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Rush University System for Health Invests Millions in Health Equity

Groundbreaking strategy aims to reduce neighborhood life expectancy gaps

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Promoting Health Equity in Chicago

Learn how Rush University Medical Center is making our communities healthier by putting health equity first.

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Officer who fatally shot man in Portage Park now under microscope for allegedly pulling gun on another driver

Chicago Police Department has opened an internal affairs probe into the apparent road rage incident.

A car drove onto Jackson Park Golf Course Thursday morning and drove over greens, flag poles and yardage markers.
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Fore! Man drives car onto Jackson Park Golf Course, does doughnuts on green

"He was as calm as an old lady in a parking lot trying to find a space," said one golfer who recorded the incident on his cellphone.

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Chicago man jumps into Lake Michigan every day, comes out better

Nearly a year ago, before he became the Great Lake Jumper, Dan O’Conor was just a guy with a hangover and a need to clear his mind, like a lot of us then, really.

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‘The will to live is so important’

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Siblings keep close tabs after living donor transplant

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Chicago siblings share a birthday — and now, a kidney

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Faith, fitness and innovation help UChicago Medicine patient beat COVID-19

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Police bodycam video shows officer shoot Anthony Alvarez as he ran from cops with a gun in his hand

Aunt of Alvarez says officers took too long to help him after he was shot after viewing videos released Wednesday of the killing last month.

Evanston Ald. Robin Rue Simmons, who led the effort for the city’s first-in-the-nation reparations plan.
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Evanston reparations leader: It’s time to do something about the line dividing Black, white lives

Ald. Robin Rue Simmons says her grandparents drew that line for her, telling her where not to go. This effort’s housing grants are a ‘first step — not perfect, not complete’ to erase that.

Trinity Irish Dancers perform outside Swedish Covenant Hospital on St. Patrick’s Day to show appreciation for health care workers.
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Trinity Irish Dancers perform for health care workers on St. Patrick’s Day

About 20 dancers performed outside Swedish Hospital in Ravenswood Wednesday. Patients watched from their windows, doctors and nurses took videos from the street, and health care workers’ kids leaped to the music.

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What you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines

Tune in on March 16 at noon for a discussion with Toni Preckwinkle, Rosanna Marquez and Jackie Serrato.

Linda Blunt, 65, receives her first vaccination at Garden House Apartments in Maywood in March.
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Pop-up vaccination site visits Maywood senior home

Cook County Commissioner Brandon Johnson took a moment to remember the seniors who died before anyone could be vaccinated and said it’s important for the county to help those it can now.

A video shows police shooting a woman during a Jan. 9, 2020, traffic stop in Lawndale.
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Video shows Chicago police shooting armed woman in Lawndale traffic stop

In the video, released by the Civilian Office of Police Accountability, officers take cover and open fire after a woman inside the car allegedly takes out a gun.

Jingmai O’Connor, the associate curator of fossil reptiles at the Field Museum, examines holes in Sue’s jaw using a specialized handheld microscope Wednesday.
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Shining a ‘dino’ light on a T. rex mystery

For decades, scientists have wondered what made the strange holes in the lower jaw of the Field Museum’s most famous resident.

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The Environmental Justice Exchange: Planning the Future of Little Village

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At the Virtual Table: The first month of the Biden presidency and the latest in state and local news

Join Laura Washington and Lynn Sweet At The Virtual Table on Thursday Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. CT.

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All aboard Chicago Fire Department’s ice-breaking vessel

An 11-year-old boat made of reinforced steel and concrete, the Christopher Wheatley crushes the icy river with deceptive ease.

Workers pack White Sox gear on the team’s truck leaving for spring training.
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White Sox get packing for Arizona

Pitchers and catchers report for spring training Feb. 17

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Drone captures snowy, icy Chicago after winter finally arrives

Check out this video taken after the weekend blizzard.

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Teen snowboards down Chicago Ave. while being towed by car in viral video

Daniel Zablotskiy, a DePaul University sophomore, is the star of a video viewed millions of times that shows him gliding through Ukrainian Village early Sunday.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle receives a vaccine shot at the vaccination site in the Tinley Park Convention Center in January.
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Tinley Park gets first large vaccination site in Cook County suburbs as state moves into next stage of inoculation plan

Gov. J.B. Pritzker, Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and other officials unveiled the site Monday as the state moves into a new phase of the state’s vaccination program, one that will allow frontline essential workers and those 65 and over to begin receiving the inoculations.

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‘We pretty much killing ourselves’ — In the face of violence, these 4 Chicagoans aim to bring peace

Pastor Donovan Price, Olumide Olupitan, Tyrone Muhammad and Derrick Durr each has stepped up to do something to help people cope with loss, stay off the streets, find a better way.

Students attend a class at Jordan Community Elementary School in the Rogers Park neighborhood, Friday morning, Jan. 15, 2021. Nineteen out of 58 pre-k students at Jordan Community Elementary School are participating in in-person learning, according to Principal Gilberto Piedrahíta.
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CPS, CTU ‘having better conversations’ about reopening but need an agreement ASAP, union says

The window for teachers and the district to come to terms is "really getting down to the eleventh hour," union president Jesse Sharkey said a little over a week before thousands more teachers are set to return.

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Video shows police SUV striking, critically injuring woman

Martina Standley’s leg was pinned under the Chicago Police Department vehicle for at least 9 minutes.

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Marchers urge city officials not to overlook ‘virus of violence’

The Rev. Michael Pfleger and about 150 demonstrators marched along Michigan Avenue on Thursday.

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Once-gritty Pilsen rail viaduct transformed into an outdoor gallery

More than 30 artists converged on the Peoria Street underpass in October to create art, ‘visual healing’ — from portrait-style works and wildlife imagery to abstracts.

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Free Spirit Media senior Zachary Webster making his mark in music, media communication

The art Webster is currently producing is music-driven, but he also enjoys other forms of storytelling like journalism, videography, documentaries and building websites.

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Resettlement, reunification and romance: Refugees make a new life in Chicago despite the pandemic

Though 2020 was hard, refugee Celestine Mugisha and his wife, Winniefred Akello, are grateful to have each other in their new home in Chicago.

Allstate Rising Star Hugh Maxey.
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Columbia College freshman Hugh Maxey is perfecting his passion for percussion

Growing up as a Christian on the Far South Side of Chicago, Maxey started singing and playing music in the church. Before long, he had fallen in love with percussion.