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Protesters yell at a line of police officers at State and 35th streets, about 3 miles south of the Loop, where police set up a... [Read More]
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A business is boarded up in Chicago's Chatham neighborhood on the city's South Side on Wednesday, June 3, 2020, following unrest over the killing of... [Read More]
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(Aylika / Pixabay) Determined to close a loophole in a six-year-old city law, aldermen advanced a measure Monday that would ban pet stores... [Read More]
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot warned businesses before the 4th of July holiday weekend that city inspectors would be out in force, and officials on Monday announced... [Read More]
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Chicagoans hoping to beat this week's oppressive heat and humidity won't be able to head to Chicago's beaches to cool off "any time soon," Mayor... [Read More]
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Visitors to Navy Pier take advantage of blue skies Friday, June 12, 2020. The popular tourist attraction reopened, with restrictions, on Wednesday, June 10. (WTTW... [Read More]
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Calling access to water a "basic human right," Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday expanded a program designed to help those struggling to pay their water... [Read More]
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Chicagoans who did not get financial help from the federal government during the coronavirus pandemic can apply for $1,000 grants from the city, Mayor Lori... [Read More]
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Determined to close a loophole in a six-year-old city law, aldermen advanced a measure Monday that would ban pet stores from selling dogs, cats and... [Read More]
Before this week's whirlwind four-day emergency session of the General Assembly, Mayor Lori Lightfoot rolled snake eyes twice in her bid to shape the rules for... [Read More]
Chicago's pension debt soared by approximately $1.7 billion in 2019, according to the city's audited annual financial report released Thursday. [Read More]
Chicago officials failed to act after the city's watchdog found significant problems with the program that allows Chicago police officers to patrol schools, and used... [Read More]
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Thursday ordered those traveling to Chicago from states where confirmed cases of the coronavirus are surging to quarantine for two weeks starting... [Read More]
Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Thursday ordered those traveling to Chicago from states where confirmed cases of the coronavirus are surging to quarantine for two weeks... [Read More]
Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the new rules in May after the delivery apps came under fierce criticism for hurting already-struggling restaurants by charging steep fees... [Read More]
An effort to ban the sale of all flavored tobacco products in Chicago will take center stage Monday, as aldermen redouble their effort to reduce... [Read More]
A "perfect storm" is to blame for the surge in homicides during June, which has put the city on pace to record more murders than... [Read More]
Using state and federal funds, the local nonprofit will hire 600 people to conduct community-level contact tracing efforts to stamp out the coronavirus. [Read More]
Most Chicago workers who earn the minimum wage will see their paychecks rise — and get more notice before they are expected to clock in for a... [Read More]
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