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CPS is offering remote learning for students with medical needs. So far the district has received few applications.
Hundreds of thousands of students are expected to return to Chicago Public Schools classrooms later this month, but Gabriel Morser won't be one of them.
United Center Fan Favorite WestEnd to Close After 14 Years
WestEnd, a sports bar near the United Center that's been a popular pre- and postgame stop for Blackhawks and Bulls fans, will close this weekend after 14 years on the Near West Side, a victim of the pandemic.
Dolton police chief releases video of officer's fatal shooting of 19-year-old woman
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Letters: Let Chicago cops share the challenges of their jobs
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Op-ed: In 7 years, 61 people died in buildings with fire safety dangers known to city officials. Why hasn't Chicago done more about this?
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Editorial: Here in Illinois, we know it's time for you to go, Gov. Cuomo
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Lightfoot announces new neighborhood violence response strategy modeled after coronavirus efforts
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Group suing over Obama Presidential Center construction in Chicago dealt big legal setback in effort to halt this month's groundbreaking
A federal judge on Thursday has denied a request to halt construction on the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago - stifling the latest attempt by a group that has long opposed the upcoming site's location in the storied Jackson Park on the South Side.
'There are a lot of people who are still silently suffering': Chicago area hospitals open clinics for COVID-19 long-haulers
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Secretary of State Jesse White tells employees to get vaccinated or undergo regular COVID-19 testing as daily cases top 3,000
Illinois secretary of state employees including those at driver services facilities must be vaccinated against the coronavirus by Sept. 1 or undergo regular testing, Secretary of State Jesse White said Thursday.