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Fire Department Has To Hose Down 100th Street Bridge Amid Heat

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Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan is calling for the removal of the likenesses of slave owners Stephen Douglas and Pierre Menard from the grounds of the state capitol.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot's COVID-19 Task Force Outlines Recommendations For Economic Recovery From Pandemic: 'A Crisis Unlike Anything We've Ever Experienced'

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Microsoft, LinkedIn Launch Job Training Initiative To Help People Acquire Skills During Pandemic

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Kristin Richards is the new director of Illinois’ Department of Employment Security. The new boss at IDES has a long list of issues ahead of her. Among them, finding ways to get unemployment money in the hands of those that need it. @TVTye  reports.

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R. Kelly's lawyers deny his Near West Side recording studio is used as a residence; but city inspectors say they found bedrooms, bathrooms, a kitchen, a full bar, clothes, and shoes inside. A judge ordered the second floor closed, due to faulty stairwells.

Colorful South Korean k-pop group 'BTS' is playing at Soldier Field this weekend. Chicago is one of three U.S. cities the seven-member boy band will perform in before heading back overseas.

Javier Garcia, 22, of Palatine, who police said drove an SUV into the Woodfield Mall on Sept. 20, has been charged with terrorism.

A new study by BirdLife International reveals that in recent years several bird species have lost their fight for survival. One of those species is the beautiful Spix's Macaw.

Seven people are in custody after the iconic "Bean" sculpture was vandalized at Millennium Park overnight. Charges are pending.

MISSING: Please help find 9-year-old Michael Campbell. He didn't come home from school in Englewood yesterday.

While celebrating Black History Month at the Thompson Center, Hyatt Hotels executive Tyronne Stoudemire asked for Governor Rauner's help while he used a glass of chocolate milk to demonstrate a lesson on corporate diversity.

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