Articles By Alexandra Chaidez

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You Can Now Report Police Misconduct To State’s Attorney’s Office Online

Residents can report incidents of misconduct in the county such as excessive force, intimidation and theft by filling out an online form.

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Part Of Lincoln Avenue Closing For Outdoor Dining This Weekend

Lincoln Avenue will be closed between Wrightwood and Fullerton Avenues 3 p.m. Saturdays-2 a.m. Mondays as part of the Feast of Lincoln event.

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Field Museum Reopening Next Week With Social Distancing

People can buy tickets online starting July 9. Illinois first responders, teachers and health care workers will have free admission July 24-Aug. 9.

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My Block, My Hood, My City Needs Volunteers To Deliver Masks And Gloves To Seniors This Weekend

Each of the 1,000 safety kits is packed with two masks, hand sanitizer and five pairs of latex gloves.

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Live Like Roo Hosting Online Auction For Pets With Cancer

Homemade pet blankets, a professional photography session and themed baskets are being offered in the auction.

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Can’t Afford Your Water Bill? New City Program Offers Relief To Low-Income Families

The program provides residents with reduced water, sewer and water-sewer taxes, as well as debt relief after a year of payments.

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Buy Art, Feed Your Neighbor: Prints For Hunger Campaign Raises $20K For Greater Chicago Food Depository

Dozens of Chicago photographers are selling their prints and donating all proceeds to the food depository. Here's how to snag a print of your own.

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How To Ease Separation Anxiety For Pets Being Left Alone For First Time In Months

Animal rescues saw a significant increase in pet adoptions and foster care during the stay home order. But some people are now headed back to work.

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7-Year-Old Jefferson Park Girl Raises $14,000 For Children’s Hospital By Making Rainbow Loom Bracelets

Hayley Orlinsky, 7, started making bracelets because she wanted to help nurses and doctors on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. She and her friends have now made more than 5,000.