Residents play volleyball and stand in the yard at a shelter in Chicago’s Bronzeville neighborhood. More than 100 immigrant children and teens separated from their parents at the southern U.S. border, as well as hundreds of unaccompanied minors, have been held in Chicago-area shelters this year. Joshua Lott for ProPublica Illinois

‘Hidden in Plain Sight’: Hundreds Of Immigrant Children And Teens Housed in Opaque Network Of Chicago-Area Shelters

Documents and interviews reveal allegations of abuse, threats and inappropriate relationships.

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Construction Begins On ‘One Chicago Square’ Across From Holy Name Cathedral, Will Feature An 88-Story Tower

Workers are currently trying to get rid of rodents like rats in the area, and "abatement will remain a priority" during construction, Hopkins said.

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Ousted Ald. Joe Moore To Step Down As Ward Committeeman, Backs State Rep. Cassidy To Replace Him

Moore won't give up politics, though: “I cannot give up politics anymore than I can give up breathing," he said.