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Nearly 60 different types of fish can be found in Chicago waterways, a new study shows. Just three decades ago, there were fewer than 10.

For the second time in more than two months — and the second day in a row — the statewide count of newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 surpassed 2,000 in Illinois

Trump signs executive orders to replace an expired unemployment benefit with a lower amount, as well as defer payroll tax and federal student loan payments and continue a freeze on some evictions during the COVID-19 crisis

The mayor of south suburban Crestwood has been indicted on federal charges that he accepted bribes to promote red-light cameras in his village — the latest development in a wide-ranging political corruption probe.

Back-to-school shopping this year means less wardrobe options and lunch boxes, and more how to make space at home. Here's what you need.

When her husband was detained by ICE on the way to the store, this Logan Square wife and mom knew where to turn for help: Salmon P. Chase Elementary School, which their three kids attended.

Planned Parenthood of Illinois is offering a free virtual sex education series designed to equip caretakers, whether it be a parent, grandparent, sibling, or other guardian, on how to discuss sex concepts with the children in their lives

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Northwestern graduate moving closer to home after spending time abroad

Campaign confirms photo of man arrested at 1963 protest on South Side is Bernie Sanders

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Amazon officially took over Whole Foods today, and prices have already dropped by as much as 43 percent

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Gov. Rauner drinks chocolate milk to demonstrate his commitment to racial diversity: “It’s really, really good. Diversity!”

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BTS — the K-pop boy-band phenomenon — is bringing its “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” world tour to Chicago this spring at Soldier Field.

The Rev. Jesse Jackson endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders for president, saying Sanders represents the most progressive path that will help African Americans catch up socially and economically. "Our needs are not moderate," he said.

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