Mia Wright, who was attacked by police in the parking lot of the Brickyard Mall Sunday, gets emotional while speaking to reporters at a press conference Thursday morning. Mina Bloom/Block Club Chicago / Facebook

Officers Who Violently Pulled Woman Out Of Car At Brickyard Mall Stripped Of Police Powers During Investigation

But a Chicago police spokeswoman on Friday said "nothing has changed at this time with the status of the officers" and the investigation is ongoing.

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Chicago Beaches Not Opening Any Time Soon, Mayor Lightfoot Says

To beat the heat, the city has opened several cooling centers, is rolling out mobile cooling centers and will reopen splash pads in public parks, Lightfoot said. Check out the list of cooling centers below.

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As Boystown Reckons With Racism And Transphobia, Petition Demands Gender-Neutral Name Change

A recent petition claims that Boystown's nickname promotes the neighborhood as being "for the boys," discouraging women from participating in the community.