Teachers and parents pushed back against the district's plan to have most kids in school for two days per week.
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Chicago Could Bring Back Stricter Limits On How Many People Can Gather Together As Coronavirus Rises Again
The city could look at further limiting how many people are allowed to gather, since gatherings are where officials have repeatedly seen outbreaks of COVID-19, Chicago's top doctor said.
The cafe is inspired by the Luna family's roots in Pachuca, Mexico, where pastes, or baked empanadas, reign supreme.
CPS To Start School Year With All-Remote Learning After Pushback From Teachers Union And Parents, Reports Say
The Chicago Teachers Union had called a meeting to discuss a potential strike if CPS continued with its plan to return to classrooms.
The Chicago Avenue, Division Street and Grand Avenue stations will remain open during the stairwell closures.
A judge ordered Darrell Johnson held without bond Tuesday in Friday's slaying of the young boy.
The teenager is among the youngest people known to have died from coronavirus infection in the state.
The market has been run by South Side youths for more than a decade. They're hoping an open mic night will help draw more customers to support Black and Brown vendors selling fresh produce and goods.
Owners of the expansive outdoor patio at City Hall encouraged customers who visited over the weekend to get tested.
Rogers Park neighbors are being asked to curate and maintain the memorial to victims of police violence.