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As crews battled the blaze, heavy smoke could be seen from the Dan Ryan Expressway and beyond.
The agency is waiting on a DNA test to confirm the injured coyote is the one that bit a boy's head, an alderman said.
The 20-year-old woman, who jumped out of a 11th-story window in the incident, is being held on no bail in the apparent murder-suicide attempt.
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Our guide to your neighborhood marijuana dispensaries — from Andersonville to South Shore.
Chicago is a city marked by fire, but today the Iroquois fire has been all but forgotten, even though it remains the worst theater fire and the worst single-building fire in U.S. history.
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The party was a memorial celebration for a man who was fatally shot by a motorist he allegedly attempted to carjack in April.
With New Program, Chicago Community Trust Aims To Give Community Organizers $200,000 Grants To Create Change
The trust will host informational sessions on the new program in Austin on the city's West Side and Grand Boulevard on the city's South Side on Thursday.