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1 Chicago can bounce back from the COVID crisis
2 Chicago shootings: Community activists call on Pritzker, Lightfoot to give kids body armor, like bulletproof backpacks
3 Illinois Coronavirus Updates: Area Restaurants Closing for Good, Region 7 Mitigations Lifted
4 Chicago’s Iconic Southport Lanes to Close Permanently After Nearly a Century
5 6 shot in Chicago Thursday
6 'There's not a comparable year': Homicides are up 52% in Chicago amid COVID-19, with majority involving people of color
7 COVID-19 in Illinois updates: Here’s what’s happening Friday
8 Chicago Needs Election Judges For November. Here's How You Can Help (And Earn $230 Or More)
9 Chicago murders up in 2020, outpacing national increase: FBI data
10 Chicago Aims to Power City-Owned Buildings With Renewable Energy
11 'Chicago Tonight' in Your Neighborhood: Mount Greenwood
12 Snapshot of Chicago’s economy 6 months into COVID-19 pandemic
13 Utah Added To Chicago's Quarantine List, But 6 States Removed
14 Teen Fatally Struck by Vehicle on Eisenhower Expressway
15 Kentucky Man Arrested in Chicago Suburb After Girlfriend's Body Found in Bags
16 How a Piece of Plumbing Hardware Threw a Wrench Into Chicago's Urban Ag Movement
17 Chicago Department of Public Health and Community Partners Address Health and Racial Inequities with Launch of Healthy Chicago 2025 Plan and Movement
18 Column: Kids with bulletproof backpacks provide bad but real optics for Chicago
19 Peak season for monarch butterflies reaches Chicago
20 Cannabis Farm Or Dispensary Along Chicago River Approved By City Panel
21 Chicago Weather: Mostly sunny, breezy, cool Friday
22 Chicago Park District's Plan For New Brighton Park Headquarters Approved By Key Committee
23 Chicago visits Orlando City SC in conference action
24 Chicago Weather: Cool Trend This Weekend
25 From Repeat Visits To Tech Troubles, Chicago’s Census Count Faces Issues In Its Final Weeks
26 Cards Against Humanity Sells Chicago Board Game Cafe
27 Women Report Being Grabbed In Wicker Park
28 Chicago has been quietly intercepting millions from state tax refunds during the pandemic
29 Latest coronavirus news for September 18, 2020: Live updates
30 Meltdown in Chicago puts Twins on collision course with Yankees
31 Chicago's Daley Center and Mobilitie Bring 5G to Iconic Venue
32 Why there are so few homes for sale in Chicago: Crain's Daily Gist podcast
33 ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris arrested on child pornography charges in Chicago
34 Pickpocketing’s a dying art, but aging Chicago crew still preyed on CTA riders, Chicago police say
35 Want To Weigh In On Chicago Police Policies? Here's How To Take New Surveys, Join Focus Groups
36 Chicago postal worker shot at with paintballs day after colleague was injured delivering mail in Burnside neighborhood
37 Could Allen Robinson really be traded by the Chicago Bears? What we know, and why his contract is tricky
38 Single-engine plane crash lands on road in Palatine in suburban Chicago
39 Dan McNeil's embarrassing end at 670 The Score was predictable, says Chicago sports media followers Dan McNeil's embarrassing end at The Score was predictable, says Chicago sports media followers
40 Chicago Mail Carriers Threaten To Stop Delivering In Some Neighborhoods Following Shooting
41 Mary Rose Loney, Chicago’s first female aviation commissioner, dies at 68
42 Chicago’s COVID-19 Winter Dining Challenge Attracts 640 Submissions to Save Restaurants
43 Home sales doubled in some suburbs this summer
44 City of Chicago Releases First-Ever Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Plan
45 City of Chicago Solicits Ideas and Industry Input for A Casino by Issuing A Request for Information
46 One man’s life shows Chicago Latinos’ double struggle: COVID-19 and surging gun violence
47 Mexican Independence Day celebrations causes overnight traffic gridlock in Loop
48 Smoke From West Coast Fires Over Chicago Shows Power Of Climate Change — But Not A Health Concern Yet, Officials Say
49 Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Celebrates White Sox Clinching Postseason Berth
50 Live: Lightfoot, Firefighter Union President to Sign Contract
51 Leonard Pitts: Fine, let's talk Chicago. | Lewiston Sun Journal
52 Chicago Teachers reduces assumed rate of return
53 University of Chicago English faculty prioritizes Black studies graduate students for 2021
54 Pritzker Extends Ban on Evictions Another Month, Once Again
55 Kamin: Downtown Chicago is down but don't count it out
56 Walmart Health announces expansion with new clinics planned in Chicago, Georgia and Florida
57 Bears vs. Giants Preview: Chicago Looks to Build on Last Week's 4th Quarter, Start 2-0
58 City of Chicago Releases Findings of Preliminary Municipal Utility Feasibility Study
59 Chicago Weekend Violence: 53 People Shot, 10 Fatally In Weekend Shootings
60 Chicago Watching Wisconsin With ‘Huge Concern' as State Could be Added to Quarantine List
61 Six Chicago pizzerias make Daily Meal’s list of the 101 best pizzas in America — including Pequod’s at No. 2
62 New Poll Shows The Racially Disparate Financial Impact Of COVID-19 In Chicago
63 Oak Forest Man Drowns In Smokies National Park, 2nd Chicago-Area Visitor To Die At Park
64 Chicago shootings: 7 shot, 1 killed Wednesday
65 Binance’s US arm joins Chicago DeFi alliance
66 Western Illinois campus shooting: Suspect’s family says ‘He’s not a monster’
67 City of Chicago to Conduct a Public Safety Drill in the Central Business District on Thursday, August 27, 6-9 pm
68 Ask Geoffrey: Seawall or Railway Tracks? | Chicago News | WTTW
69 City of Chicago Projects $1.2 Billion Gap In 2021 Fiscal Year Budget
70 City of Chicago Launches First-Of-Its-Kind Snapchat Lens Encouraging Residents to Wear Masks
71 Baby Snapping Turtles Hatch Along Riverbank In North Center
72 Chicago Is Hiring Contact Tracers To Battle The Coronavirus Pandemic. Here's How To Apply
73 Expensive handbags stolen from Chicago-area Neiman Marcus
74 A Chicago Catholic school teacher went back to school. She got sick with COVID 4 days later.
75 Citywide Planning Initiative, 'We Will Chicago,' Aims to Foster Equity, Diversity and Resiliency Throughout Chicago
76 Kentucky added to Chicago’s travel quarantine list; California, Puerto Rico removed
77 Editorial: The alarming downward spiral of downtown Chicago. Is a comeback possible?
78 Head of Chicago’s civilian police oversight agency offers rare pushback on city government watchdog over video releases
79 University of Illinois Hospital workers rally snarls traffic in the Loop
80 Know Your Opponent | Chicago Fire FC
81 The Open House Chicago Schedule Is Here. Get Ready to Pound the Pavement
82 Chicago woman sentenced to federal prison for opening credit accounts with stolen information from Savannah
83 Chicago Cubs game delay during Cleveland Indians matchup due to drone landing at Wrigley Field; FAA investigating
84 Chicago police union storms out of contract talks after Mayor Lori Lightfoot demands 17 pages of disciplinary…
85 Today's Headlines for Friday, September 18 – Streetsblog Chicago
86 Chicago Residents Could See Indiana On Travel Order By Tuesday
87 Prosecutors in Chicago Trial Are at a Critical Juncture in Anti-Spoofing Effort
88 Six months of coronavirus: Can downtown Chicago recover?
89 Chicago Cubs News: Don’t expect a lot of additions in 2021
90 A newly-opened exhibition in Chicago celebrates a master Indian architect
91 Mayor Lightfoot and DCASE Announce New and Reimagined Jazz and World Music Events
92 Mayor Lightfoot Joins BMO Harris Bank and Illinois Restaurant Association to Launch Winter Design Challenge to Reimagine Winter Outdoor Dining
93 Multiple Overdoses Connected To Man Handing Out Free Heroin
94 Chicago Labor Day weekend shootings: 56 shot, 8 fatally
95 California’s wildfires and Chicago’s derecho reveal damage of climate change
96 Chicago weekend shootings: 55 shot, 10 fatally, in citywide gun violence
97 1 Killed, 4 Injured in Shooting Outside Restaurant on Chicago's Far South Side
98 Chicago Department of Public Health Responds to Rising Number of Opioid Overdoses Centered on the City's West Side
99 Dismembered Body Parts Found In Suitcases That Markham Police Say Man Hauled All The Way From Kentucky
100 COVID-19 and crime delay workers returning to downtown Chicago