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1 Architecture Prof Offers A New Vision For Vacant Land On Chicago’s South And West Sides
2 Chairman Of Illinois Panel Investigating Madigan Has COVID-19
3 COVID-Positive Jail Population Drops Slightly After Month-Long Surge
4 Nursing Home Union Tries To Increase Pressure Before Talks Resume
5 Chicago-Area Workers Make 1000 COVID-19 Complaints
6 Traveling Home For The Holidays? Stay There, Illinois Colleges Say
7 What Some Chicagoans Are Most Thankful For In 2020
8 Biden Gains Votes In Recount Of Milwaukee County Requested By Trump
9 Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Issues A Stay-At-Home ‘Advisory,’ As Governor Threatens A Shut Down
10 ComEd Dumps Cache Of Emails Relating To Illinois House’s Madigan Probe
11 Illinois Nursing Homes Run For Profit Have Higher COVID-19 Rates
12 Why Illinois Should Care About The ComEd Scandal
13 A Most Unusual School Year: Part I
14 Consumer Watchdog Group Is Accused Of Serving As ‘ComEd’s Lapdog’
15 South Side Trauma Center Is Closing The Racial Gap In Ambulance Run Times
16 Virtual Charter Schools Are Booming, Despite A Checkered Reputation
17 More Good News For Moderna’s COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate
18 These People Changed The Name Of Douglas Park Long Before The Park District Did
19 COVID-19 Deaths Are Rising In Chicago And Black Residents Remain The Most Likely To Die
20 U.S. Rep. Lauren Underwood Wins Reelection In Illinois’ 14th District, But Her Challenger Won’t Concede
21 Feds Charge Former Top ComEd Executives, Lobbyists In Springfield Corruption Case
22 LISTEN: What It’s Like To Be A College Freshman Amid COVID-19
23 Feds Hit An Illinois Charter School Chain With A Big Fine
24 PHOTOS: Scenes From Election Night Around Chicago
25 Happy Zoomsgiving From Us To You
26 Two Views On Remote Learning
27 Church Probes Lake Zurich Priest Accused of Sexually Abusing Minors 25 Years Ago
28 Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s ‘Pandemic’ Chicago Budget Passes in Narrow Vote
29 Live Updates: Elections 2020 In Illinois
30 A Black Friday With Masked Shoppers And Booming Online Sales
31 Sasha-Ann Simons named host of midday talk show 'Reset' on WBEZ
32 Amid Worries Of Higher Stress, A National Project Is Training Chicago Barbers To Be Mental Health Advocates
33 Sasha-Ann Simons Selected As The New Host Of WBEZ’s Reset
34 Your Questions About COVID-19 Exposure At Work, Answered
35 Blaming Chicago’s Violence On Bail Reform Is Wrong, A New Study Finds
36 PHOTOS: Scenes From Election Day Around Chicago
37 Progressive State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Fends Off Law-And-Order Candidate Pat O’Brien
38 Dow Surges Past 30,000 Points For 1st Time In Historic Milestone
39 What We Learned From 11 Days Of Virtual Chicago Budget Hearings
40 A Most Unusual School Year: Part II
41 Once Out Of Office, Trump Faces Significant Legal Jeopardy
42 Nerdette Book Club: ‘The Invisible Life Of Addie LaRue’
43 Some Schools Continue In-Person Learning, Despite Health Recommendations
44 Joe Biden Closes In On The White House With Victories In Michigan And Wisconsin
45 Obama White House Veterans Urge Biden To Embrace Executive Action
46 Your Weekend Starts Here: Don’t Distress, De-Stress
47 ‘Gracias Diego’: Maradona’s Fans Mourn Legendary Player’s Death
48 U.S. Shattered Records For New Coronavirus Cases This Week As Hospitalizations Climb
49 PHOTOS: From ‘Hopeful’ To ‘Terrified,’ Here’s How Some Voters In Chicago Are Feeling Right Now
50 U.S. Hits A Record Number Of COVID-19 Hospitalizations Amid A Virus Surge
51 Illinois Authorities Investigate Outbreak At Veterans’ Home That Killed 27
52 Chicago Renters Fear A Wave Of Evictions Are Coming. Here’s How Some Are Preparing.
53 Chicago Food Pantries Rally To Meet The Increased Need For A Thanksgiving Meal
54 Lookingglass' 'Her Honor Jane Byrne' premieres on WBEZ for Thanksgiving
55 Sen. Dick Durbin Wins Again In A Race That Could Help Determine The Fate Of Congress
56 President-Elect Biden Announces Key Administration Picks
57 Pfizer Says Experimental COVID-19 Vaccine Is More Than 90% Effective
58 Black Friday Is Still A Beacon Of Hope For Struggling Stores
59 U.S. Passes 12 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases
60 AstraZeneca Coronavirus Trial Promises ‘Highly Effective’ New Vaccine
61 National Elections Live Coverage And Analysis
62 Race Up In The Air, Even As Trump Falsely Claims Victory
63 Election Night Viewer’s Guide: Why You May Need To Be Patient
64 Calm Polling Places, A Huge Youth Turnout And The Wait For Results
65 Fauci Warns Of ‘Surge Upon A Surge’ As COVID-19 Hospitalizations Hit Yet Another High
66 High-Ranking Democrats Call For Madigan To Step Aside As State Party Chair
67 Illinois Teen, Charged In Kenosha Protest Slayings, Posts $2M Bail
68 Facebook And Twitter CEOs To Face Questions On Election Measures
69 Theo Epstein Steps Down After 9 Seasons Leading The Chicago Cubs
70 Can Trump Change A Key Census Count? Supreme Court Hears His Claim
71 News headlines for Nov. 30
72 Spotlight: Lookingglass, WBEZ premiere audio version of 'Her Honor Jane Byrne'
73 Educators And Native Leaders Recommend Bringing Anti-Racism To The Thanksgiving Table
74 You Told Us What You Care About This Election Season. Here’s How We’ll Report On It.
75 ‘Voters, Not Lawyers, Choose The President’: Trump Team Dealt Another Blow In Court
76 Incoming Chicago Public Media CEO Withdraws From The Job
77 Help Us Build A Citizens’ Agenda This Election Season
78 Amazon’s Massive Chicago-Area Expansion Was Fueled By $741 Million From Taxpayers
79 Support Us
80 Curious City Scavenger Hunt: Chicago Eats Edition
81 WBEZ's Podcast Passport Presents: Motive Season 3
82 Andi McDaniel Named CEO Of Chicago Public Media
83 Advocates Blast Chicago Plan To Sweep Up ‘Drug Corner’ Teens Before July 4
84 Risking COVID-19 Exposure Again Is The Only Option For These Temp Workers
85 WBEZ’s Chicago And Illinois News Roundup: Sept. 4, 2020
86 Celebrate 2020 Grads During WBEZ's #ChiGradWeek
87 Chicago radio ratings: Another clean sweep for V103
88 Your Field Guide To Chicago Government And Politics
89 Sounding Board
90 Hundreds Of Affordable Housing Units On Chicago’s South Side Are Sold At Auction
91 ‘Her Honor Jane Byrne’ stage production pivots to radio play amid pandemic
92 How The Newest Economic Relief Bill Could Preserve Chicago’s Small Music Clubs
93 How Many COVID-19 Cases And Deaths In Illinois?
94 From Tight Hallways To Packed Elevators, Urban Campuses Are Grappling With Social Distancing
95 Family Members, Activists Call For Outside Investigation Into Waukegan Police Shooting
96 VIDEO: Drone Footage Shows Chicago Landmarks, City In Retreat
97 Chicago's Racial Disparities In COVID-19 Deaths And Cases
98 Illinois Has Holes In Its COVID-19 Data. Will That Hinder Planning For Future Outbreaks?
99 Powerful Derecho Leaves A Path Of Devastation Across The Midwest
100 No Masks, No Distance: Pandemic Wedding Horrors For Vendors