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1 Election Day 2020 Chicago Live Blog: Kim Foxx Claims Win In State's Attorney Race, Fate Of Fair Tax Amendment Unclear
2 Planned Explosion Covered Little Village In Dust During Respiratory Pandemic — Why Did The City Let It Happen?
3 United Center Becoming Medical Supply, Food Distribution Hub To Help With COVID-19 Relief Efforts
4 Chicago's Biggest Coronavirus Surge Is On The Southwest Side, Where Groups Are Begging For More Testing
5 Little Village Groups Join Forces To Stop Spread Of Coronavirus: 'Let's Take Care Of Our Treasure: Our Family'
6 With Low Census Response Rates In Back Of The Yards, Groups Hit The Streets To Increase Participation
7 Black And Brown Food Pantry, Solidarity March Show Young Activists Are United For Justice: 'We Are Family'
8 UIC Faculty Say Fall Plan Prioritizes Campus Reopening Over 'Saving Lives and Preventing Illness'
9 Fill Out The Census For A Chance To Win A Quinceañera
10 City Slaps Hilco With $2500 Fine After Inspector Sees Water From Old Little Village Coal Plant Running Into Canal
11 After Police Kill Miguel Vega During Alleged Shootout, 100 Gather In Pilsen To Support His Grieving Family: 'We Want Justice'
12 Contractor In Little Village Smokestack Fiasco Was Cited In March For Blowing Dust — But City OK'd Demolition Anyway
13 Truck Driver Near Hilco Site Punches, Kicks Protesters As Little Village Demolition Resumes
14 Pilsen Alderman Blasts City For Pushing Landmark District Residents Don't Want As Officials Float A Smaller Plan
15 Email Strings Show City Officials Warned of Health Risks Before Little Village Demolition Fiasco
16 Mayor Defends Little Village Demolition, Says City Has Done 'Extensive Outreach'
17 After Little Village Coated In Dust Cloud, City Pitches New Ordinance To Avoid Future Demolition Disasters
18 The Resurrection Project Hosting Spanish-Language Virtual Housing Fair This Weekend
19 Little Village Chamber Debuts Black Lives Matter Banners At Iconic Arch: 'United We Stand. Divided We Fall'
20 Pilsen Neighbors Sign Up To Grocery Shop For Older Folks As Coronavirus Spreads
21 Vacant For Decades, Cook County Hospital's Transformation Into Hotel, Medical Offices Nearly Complete
22 COVID-19 Response Fund Grants $8.8 Million To Local Groups Helping Chicagoans Hit Hardest By Coronavirus
23 After Crews Paint Over 18th Street Station Mural, CTA Looking For Artists To Restore It
24 Chicago's Latino Neighborhoods Have Most Coronavirus Cases In The State. Is The City Doing Enough To Respond?
25 Here's What You Can Buy At Gucci's New Psychedelic Pop-Up Shop
26 City Tells Worried Little Village Residents To 'Limit Outdoor Activities' As Crews Demolish Old Coal Plant
27 Invisible Evictions: As Developers Flock To Logan Square And Pilsen, Renters Quietly Forced Out
28 Out Of Work Due To Coronavirus? Here's How To Get Unemployment Benefits, Rent Relief And More
29 Brother Of Slain Barista Tackled Killer After He Stabbed His Little Brother: 'This Isn't … Self Defense'
30 Little Village Residents Search For Answers After Worker Dies At Old Crawford Coal Plant Site
31 Confused About The COVID-19 Eviction Bans? We've Got You Covered
32 Man Accused In Richard's Bar Stabbing Of Kenny Paterimos Arrested, Due In Court Thursday
33 Warrant Issued For Man Who Killed Pilsen Barista Outside Richard's Bar, Police Say
34 Google Tells Its Employees To Work From Home For 1 Month Amid Coronavirus Fears
35 Controversial Little Village Distribution Center Gets $19.7 Million Tax Break Approval From City Council
36 Homophobic Slur Yelled At Stabbing Victim Before He Was Attacked At Richard's Bar, Police Say
37 City Council Passes 'Fair Notice' Ordinance, Giving Longterm Renters 120 Days' Notice To Leave
38 Soldiers Describe Initial COVID-19 Fight > US DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
39 'Justice For Kenny' Protest Planned Outside Richard's Bar, Where Barista Was Stabbed To Death
40 LIVE UPDATES: Downtown Starts Reopening Wednesday, Mayor Lightfoot Pledges To Speed Up Police Reforms
41 Each team's youngest Top 30 prospect
42 Developer Resurrects Controversial Apartment Project On Massive Pilsen Site, But Alderman's Not On Board
43 As Coal Plant Demolished, Little Village Neighbors Told New Warehouse Will Be 'Environmentally Friendly' — But They Aren't Buying It
44 Pilsen Resident's Gorgeous Garden Is 30 Years In The Making, Thrives On Water And Love
45 Pilsen Honors Passing of Loved Ones During Día De Los Muertos Celebration
46 Chicago's St. Patrick's Day Parades Are On — But They're Canceled In Dublin And Boston Over Coronavirus Fears
47 Fighting To Keep Pilsen Affordable, Group Wants To Build 45 Units In Booming Part Of The Neighborhood
48 Why We're Striking: Chicago Teachers Tell Us What They're Up Against
49 Laquan McDonald's Family Never Wanted Revenge — They Wanted Justice, Uncle Says
50 As Police Investigate UIC Student's Murder On Campus, Some Students Worry About Their Safety: 'It's Scary'
51 Grandparents Of Murdered Pregnant Teen Granted Humanitarian Visa To Attend Funeral Service
52 40th Annual Dia De Los Muertos Processional Returns To Pilsen Saturday
53 Police Shut Down Busy Clark And Diversey Intersection For 2 Hours To Investigate 'Suspicious Object'
54 Cinespace And Saint Anthony Hospital Compete To Buy Former Washburne Trade Center Site From CPS
55 Chicago's 'We Are The Champions' Singalong Unites Us In COVID-19 Seclusion — Including Queen's Brian May
56 Can Pilsen Homeowners Afford A Historic Landmark District? Worried Residents Ask City To Delay Designation
57 New Michelle Obama Mural In Chicago Aims To Capture Former First Lady's 'Warm' Spirit
58 Man Raped And Murdered UIC Student After She Ignored His Catcalls, Prosecutors Say
59 After 40 Years, Pilsen's Latina Mothers Look Back On The Long Fight To Build A High School
60 6-Story Affordable Housing Building Planned In Pilsen 'Looks Like Gentrification,' Some Neighbors Say
61 Pilsen Restaurant Owner Accused Of Punching Another Cantón Regio Employee: 'I'm Not Proud'
62 Sterling Bay Gets Key Approval To Build 2 More Office Buildings In Fulton Market
63 Chicago Runoff Races Have Veteran Aldermen On The Ropes
64 St. Adalbert Parishioners Want To Take Over Their Beloved Church: 'The War Has Not Been Won Or Lost Yet'
65 West Loop Community Garden Shut Down After Rat Complaints
66 Farehouse Market Bringing Coffee, Cocktails And Food Hall To Groupon Building Starting This Week
67 After Little Village Residents Told To Stay Inside During Coal Plant Demolition, City Says It Will Inspect The Crawford Site Every Week
68 Man, 23, Shot In Pilsen Thursday Afternoon: 'It Was Scary,' Neighbor Says
69 Pilsen Filmmaker Tracing Her Parents' Immigrant Roots Back To Palestine And Mexico In New Documentary
70 Car Splits In Half After Striking Utility Pole In Little Village
71 Chance The Snapper Is Heading For 'A Life of Luxury' In Florida, Alligator Robb Says
72 After City Rejects 500-Unit West Loop Project, Developer Surprises With New Plan — But Burnett Isn't On Board
73 Family Of Slain Pregnant Woman Pray For Miracle For Baby, Ask If Undocumented Status Slowed Investigation
74 UFC rankings update: Champs climb p4p lists, Shogun exits
75 3 Charged In Killing Of Marlen Ochoa Lopez 'Should Never See The Light Of Day,' Her Grieving Family Says
76 Fierce Solis Critic Byron Sigcho Lopez Wins Seat To Become 25th Ward's First New Alderman In Two Decades
77 Century-Old St. Ann Church In Pilsen Sold, Developer Aims To Transform It Into Apartments Or Condos, Archdiocese Confirms
78 After Years Working For Bar Magnate Dad, Owner Of Pilsen's La Luna Creates Restaurant Of Her Own
79 18-Story Tower Would Bring More Offices To Fulton Market Gateway, But Neighbors Concerned About Traffic, Safety
80 Teen, 17, Killed And 3 Others Wounded In Pilsen Shooting Tuesday Night, Police Say
81 Boutique Hoxton Hotel Makes Its Fulton Market Debut (PHOTOS)
82 Michelle Obama Honored With New Namesake Whitney Young Athletic Complex: 'This Is A Facility For Everybody'
83 Warm Belly Bakery Abruptly Closes West Loop And Lincoln Park Cookie Shops
84 The Hills Of Santa Fe Flooded After Irma
85 Life after the water rises a messy, bleak proposition
86 Shooter Who Opened Fire At Jesse Brown VA Hospital Quickly Arrested: 'We Avoided Tragedy'
87 Semi-Trucks Are Taking Over Little Village, Neighbors Say — And Giant Warehouse Plan Will Make It Worse
88 24-Story Residential Tower Planned For Vacant West Loop Lot Across From Bartelme Park
89 Little Village House Fire That Killed 10 Children Is Deadliest In More Than 40 Years, Fire Officials Say
90 LGBT rep: Scouts leader ruling falls short
91 Deadly Fire That Killed 9 Kids Happened In Building With History Of Electrical Violations
92 Murdered Teen's Car Collected 3 Parking Tickets Near Alleged Killers' Home While Detectives Searched For Her
93 'CAUTIOUSLY OPTIMISTIC' ON COVID-19 — DALEYS DIAL IN FOR EASTER — DEMOLITION PROMPTS CALL FOR PROBE
94 Devastated Family Says Goodbye To Six Children Killed In Little Village Fire
95 Adoption Fees Will Be Waived At Animal Care And Control This Weekend — And Alligator Robb Wants You To Adopt A Non-Gator Friend
96 4 Dead After Gunman Opens Fire At Mercy Hospital: 'We Don't Know How Much Damage He Was Prepared To Do'
97 Woman, 48, Dies After Pilsen House Fire Early Monday
98 Sigcho Lopez, Acevedo Head To Runoff In 25th Ward Race To Replace Danny Solis
99 Where Is Danny Solis? Missing Alderman Won't Step Down — But He's Not On The Job, Either
100 Spiteful Brewing Taproom Gives Lincoln Square Another Great Neighborhood Spot