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1 Chicago Has Seen More Than 350 Carjackings in 61 Days, Police Say
2 5 hurt in Chicago high-rise carbon monoxide leak, fire
3 Activist Chicago priest Michael Pfleger facing multiple sexual abuse allegations
4 Zocdoc's Chicago COVID Vaccine Appointments to Include United Center Starting Thursday
5 Things to do in Chicago: ‘Women of History,’ ‘Duchess!,’ Museum of Illusions and more
6 Chicago carjackings today: Lyft driver shot in chest during attempted carjacking in West Garfield Park, Chicago police say
7 Chicago Alderman Floats Idea of Allowing COVID-Vaccinated Residents Hold Block Parties
8 Michigan company agrees to acquire Chicago's Mercy Hospital
9 Chicago Red Light Camera Ticket Fight: What Happens When a Violation Targets the Wrong Car and Plate?
10 Chicago mayor unveils changes to search warrant policy in the fallout of a botched raid on social worker's home
11 Chicago man faces federal charges for inciting riots
12 COVID-19 in Illinois updates: Here’s what’s happening Wednesday
13 Chicago shootings: 4 shot, 1 fatally, Tuesday
14 Group of penguins visit set of ‘Friends’ in Chicago
15 Chicago increases indoor capacity at bars, restaurants
16 Andy Avalos to Get Dunked on Live TV For Virtual Chicago Polar Plunge
17 2 toddlers found wandering alone in cold at night in Chicago
18 Spring-like day in Chicago but temps to crash tonight
19 Chicago Man Arrested, Charged With Inciting Summer Looting
20 Roster Moves: Bears re-sign five exclusive free agents
21 Not Included in Phase 1B, Chicago Bartenders, Servers Want COVID Vaccines Before Returning to Work
22 3 Michelin-starred Chicago chef Curtis Duffy opens ghost kitchen serving burgers and fries
23 Amazon plans to buy Central Steel site on Southwest Side
24 Chicago Could Begin Vaccinating Phase 1C Earlier Than Expected, Officials Say
25 Column: Ryan Pace, Matt Nagy must dismiss wishful thinking to reboot Chicago Bears
26 'Badass Women' Of Chicago History Highlighted In Virtual Tour
27 House Theatre has new artistic director
28 Some Chicago children return to classroom for the first time in almost a year
29 How Boog Sciambi did in his Chicago Cubs TV debut
30 Chicago Bears podcast: Previewing offseason moves
31 Chicago shooting critically injures Ny'Andrea Dyer, 11, at West Pullman gas station; $20K reward offered
32 Enjoy a walking tour through the Immersive Van Gogh at Chicago’s Germania Club
33 Chicago police investigating after 2 toddlers found walking alone overnight on Jeffery Boulevard in South Shore
34 Chicago Catholic Schools Supt. Jim Rigg to resign
35 Chicago students oppose name of John Hancock College Prep
36 Pelicans shootaround update presented by Entergy: Chicago rematch another test for NOLA’s defense
37 Tangled up in blue: Seven key questions to ask about Chicago Police civilian oversight
38 Fitch Affirms Chicago Midway Airport's (IL) Second-Lien Revs at 'A'; Outlook Negative
39 Suburban Chicago Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Federal Prison for Conspiring to Provide Material Support to ISIS
40 Chicago man jumps into Lake Michigan every day
41 Kaegi slams foes, vows to revamp Chicago property assessments
42 Transportation workers to start getting COVID-19 vaccine at O’Hare
43 How to Sign Up for COVID Vaccine Appointments in Illinois
44 Seattle Mariners vs. Chicago Cubs free live stream (3/3/21): How to watch spring training, time, channel
45 Chicago needs more Black, Brown real estate developers
46 Montreal Porter Of North Chicago Charged In Murder Of Former Girlfriend
47 Decatur pharmacist fired after taking COVID-19 vaccines home to family
48 Owner of Elmhurst's Pilot Pete's Coffee & Treats brings coffee, coats to Chicago's homeless
49 Chicago White Sox fans angry over new ‘flipping’ rule
50 Where Tom Herman can help Chicago Bears
51 Fauci to Receive Award, Speak at University of Chicago Thursday
52 panel reviewing public statues is working in secret
53 Hospitals On Chicago's South And West Sides Face Dire Strain
54 Bucktown Chicago home gets architect's renovation
55 Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy explains why he hired Sean Desai as team's defensive coordinator
56 Chicago Now Ticketing You For Going 6 MPH Over Limit — Here's Where Speed Cameras Are In Your Neighborhood
57 Chicago restaurant workers struggle with stress of COVID-19
58 Lightfoot says she things Chicago Cubs, White Sox will host live fans ‘sometime this season'
59 Veteran Chicago police officer found shot to death in apparent suicide at North Side police station
60 Chicago nightspot Mr. Kelly’s archive at Newberry Library
61 N.H.L.’s Rising Stars Power Chicago and Minnesota
62 Chicago Fire FC reveal four themes as process of creating new crest continues
63 Man Charged With Fatally Shooting Ex-Girlfriend Outside of North Chicago Apartment
64 Navigating the Chicago Cubs’ Murky Extension Waters
65 Chicago Cubs: Takeaways from spring training home opener
66 Smithgroup adds healthcare strategist to its Chicago office
67 Erica Watson dies: Chicago actress, comedian was 48
68 Applications Open: $10K Grants For BIPOC-Owned Small Businesses in Chicago, Cook County
69 Chicago Bulls: 3 players Zach LaVine is making better this season
70 Pediatric Cancer Survivor Shaves Chicago Doctor’s Head In Virtual St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser
71 Data: How Many Students Are Returning To Your Chicago School?
72 In Bronzeville, A Push To Preserve Historic Lu Palmer Mansion — And Chicago's Black Media Legacy
73 Chicago conventions 2021: National Restaurant Association Show, Inspired Home Show cancel McCormick Place events
74 Chicago's speed cameras start churning out $35 tickets March 1
75 Chicago tops list of most corrupt city in US, report says
76 Chicago officer dies in apparent suicide at North Side police station: report
77 2 who killed Chicago cops paroled after decades in prison
78 New Chicago Ordinance Eliminates Exceptions to ‘Welcoming City' Policy
79 New Mandatory 10-Digital Dialing Order For Part of Chicago Area Effective This Fall
80 Big rise in arson in Chicago in 2020, as much of Chicago burned, not just the Loop and not just in response t…
81 Facebook privacy settlement: 1.6M Illinois users will ‘expeditiously’ get at least $345
82 Chicago clinic Michigan Avenue Immediate Care that mistakenly charged $200 for COVID vaccine acknowledges 'huge oversight'
83 Preservation Chicago announces most endangered places in Chicago
84 The Chicago plant that sparked a hunger strike amid environmental racism claims
85 Chicago Mayor Says Cubs and White Sox Have Good Attendance Plans, National Vaccine Timeline Moved Up
86 Chicago police told to plan for outdoor summer events like concerts, festivals, sporting events, source says
87 41 Chicago statues under review by commission
88 Chicago Ranks No. 1 — Again — In Corruption: Report
89 Chicago carjackings: Illinois Rep. Marcus Evans proposes banning 'Grand Theft Auto' video game, saying it contributes to crime
90 USPS names 4 worst-performing Chicago post office locations; report shows 62K mail items delayed over several months
91 Chicago weather: Another foot of snow expected, wind chill values remain below zero
92 Chicago Weather: Winter Storm Warning Issued as 4-to-8 Inches of Snow Possible
93 No Speech Coddling in Chicago
94 The Murder Chicago Didn’t Want to Solve
95 Ban sale of Grand Theft Auto, other violent video games, state Rep. Marcus Evans says
96 Chicago police showed ‘confusion and lack of coordination’ that endangered protesters, officers last May, city watchdog concludes in scathing report
97 Federal judge worried that Chicago mob boss Mike 'The Large Guy' Sarno might return to Outfit ways
98 Saint Sabina Plans To Withhold Monthly Assessments From Archdiocese Of Chicago
99 George Floyd protests: Report outlines how Chicago slipped into chaos in May
100 Why Are Chicago Playgrounds Closed?