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1 December 1, 2020
2 New Report Examines Law at Center of ComEd Bribery Scheme
3 'Making Sense of 2020': How WTTW News Told the Story of an Unprecedented Year
4 'Assume You Were Exposed' to Virus, Pritzker Says, Urging People to Stay Home
5 Firsthand Gun Violence: Prevention Programs Get Boost in Funding
6 Chicago Has Seen 700 Homicides, 3000 Shootings Thus Far in 2020
7 Crain's Headlines: Cyber Monday Sales Expected to Break Records
8 Support Independent News in Chicago
9 Man Charged in Fatal Stabbing Following Thanksgiving Gathering
10 COVID-19 Vaccine Could Be Available in Chicago in 3 Weeks: Officials
11 'Latino Voices' Community Conversation: Election 2020
12 November 30, 2020
13 COVID-19 in Illinois: 7178 New Cases, 57 Additional Deaths
14 World AIDS Day Marks Launch of New Online Exhibition 'I'm Still Surviving'
15 Joe Biden Weighs Rahm Emanuel for Transportation Secretary
16 City Asks for Public Feedback on General Iron Permit. Will It Fall on Deaf Ears?
17 COVID-19 in Illinois: 7873 New Cases, 108 Additional Deaths
18 Study Finds Rise in US Deaths Beyond COVID-19 in 2020
19 Watch Where You Park Monday Night: Snow Route Parking Ban Set to Start
20 COVID-19 Claims Beloved Chicago Dispatcher: 'His Pride Was Going To Work'
21 How WTTW News Tried to Make Sense of 2020
22 The Week in Review: A Black Friday Like No Other
23 Officials Shut Down 300-Person Party in Wicker Park for Violating COVID-19 Restrictions
24 Thanksgiving Vandalism: 'Land Back' Sprayed on US Statues
25 Evan Osnos on New Book 'Joe Biden: The Life, the Run, and What Matters Now'
26 On Chicago's West Side, Free Meals Offer a 'Sign of Hope' to Those in Need
27 The Lawn vs. Leaves Debate Continues. Is There a Compromise?
28 High Waves Warning: Flooding and Dangerous Conditions Along the Lakefront
29 General Iron's Parent Company Acquiring Another North Side Metal Recycler
30 With No Action By Washington, States Race To Offer Virus Aid
31 The Holiday Show Must Go On
32 How Advocacy Journalism Can Help Communities
33 The Last Word: C. Spike Trotman | Chicago News | WTTW
34 Moderna Asking US, European Regulators to OK Its Virus Shots
35 New WTTW Special 'Chicago from the Air' Premieres Thursday
36 Survey: Roughly 70% of Chicago Parents Will Vaccinate Their Kids Against COVID-19
37 Chicago Police Release Photo of Vehicle Sought in Fatal Hit-And-Run
38 Experts: Virus Numbers Could Be Erratic After Thanksgiving
39 COVID-19 in Illinois: 10012 New Cases, 76 Additional Deaths
40 Rural Hospitals Facing Unique Challenges as COVID-19 Surges
41 Black Friday Sees Record Online as US Shoppers Stay Home
42 Merriam-Webster's Top Word of 2020 Not a Shocker: Pandemic
43 Chicago Artist Explores Blackness as Both a Color and Identity in New Exhibit
44 Pushed to Rush, FDA Head Says Feds Will Get Vaccine 'Right'
45 Leave the Leaves! Ecologists and Bees Will Thank You
46 Making Sense of 2020 | Chicago News | WTTW
47 Indoor Gatherings Limited to Household Members Under Tier 3 in Illinois
48 How the COVID-19 Surge is Impacting Chicago's Black Communities
49 The Week in Review: Biden Inches Toward Victory
50 November 16, 2020
51 Crain's Headlines: New Customer for Foxconn Plant
52 State to Help 10000 More Residents Pay Their Rent, Pritzker Announces
53 Chicago Health Program Tackles Diabetes Through Free Lifestyle Coaching
54 Black Friday Offers Beacon of Hope to Struggling Stores
55 How a Chicago Artist is Bringing Attention to Homelessness
56 COVID-19 in Illinois: 11891 New Cases, 127 Additional Deaths
57 CTA 'Cautiously Optimistic' About Second Round of Transit Stimulus Money
58 'It's About Time': City Outlines Comprehensive Plan to Tackle Infrastructure Backlog
59 November 25, 2020
60 Orion Samuelson on 'The Friday Night Show' (2003)
61 Defying Warnings, Millions in the US Travel for Thanksgiving
62 Sewage Monitoring Could Provide Early Warning of Coronavirus Outbreaks
63 Pritzker: Illinois to Borrow $2B from Feds To Cover Short-Term COVID-19 Losses
64 Chicago Tonight: Latino Voices, Nov. 21, 2020
65 Chicago Tonight: Black Voices, Nov. 22, 2020
66 'Chicago Tonight' in Your Neighborhood: West Lawn
67 Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart Tests Positive for COVID-19
68 Lightfoot Links Protections for Immigrants To Budget Vote
69 'The Doctors' Host on Pandemic, Production Protocols and Vaccine Hopes
70 Veteran Journalist Carol Marin Retires From Broadcast News, 'Chicago Tonight'
71 For Some Restaurants, It's Cheaper to Close Than to Remain Open
72 Chicago Businesses Struggle as COVID-19 Shutdown Appears Imminent
73 November 5, 2020
74 Completed Wisconsin Recount Confirms Biden's Win Over Trump
75 Chicago Tonight: Black Voices, Nov. 8, 2020
76 Latino Voices: A WTTW News Community Conversation
77 Cook County Forest Preserves: Is It Time For a Funding Referendum?
78 'You Should Not Be Traveling': Officials Urge Residents to Stay Home on Thanksgiving
79 CPS: Education Equity Remains An Issue Through First Quarter
80 Ethics Board Investigating Ald. Brookins' Decision to Represent Former Ald. Moreno
81 November 26, 2020
82 Voting Begins for CPS Local School Councils | Chicago News | WTTW
83 New Indictments Breed New Madigan Defections
84 Containing COVID-19: Jails, Prisons Ripe for Spread | Chicago News | WTTW
85 Barack Obama Surprises CPS Students During Virtual Event
86 Multiple Storm Systems May Impact Your Thanksgiving Plans This Week
87 November 24, 2020
88 November 17, 2020
89 November 11, 2020
90 Pritzker Warns State Heading Toward New Stay-at-Home Order
91 Chicago Tonight: Latino Voices, Nov. 14, 2020
92 The Last Word: Vashon Jordan Jr. | Chicago News | WTTW
93 Joe Walsh: 'We Can't Normalize' President Trump's Behavior
94 November 10, 2020
95 November 4, 2020
96 Chicago Tonight: Latino Voices, Nov. 7, 2020
97 La Ultima Palabra: Dr. Evelyn Figueroa | Chicago News | WTTW
98 November 18, 2020
99 COVID-19 Pandemic Has Shifted How Veterans Access Health Care
100 November 19, 2020