Articles By Kelly Bauer

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82 More Die From Coronavirus In Illinois, But Growth Is Slowing, State’s Top Doctor Says

"But even as there may be some glimmers of hope, I say that physical distancing ... must continue to be the way we reduce the spread of this virus," Dr. Ngozi Ezike said. "Please stay home."

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As City Fights Coronavirus, Violence Epidemic Continues With 7 Dead In One Day: ‘Enough, Enough, Enough’

In one "brutal" murder, a man was thrown in front of a Red Line train at a Downtown platform. "I've directed the Police Department to spare no expense or resource to bring the perpetrators to justice," the mayor said.

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Chicago Enacts 9 P.M. Liquor Store Curfew To Curb Crowds As Coronavirus Spreads

The liquor-sales curfew will go into effect at 9 p.m. Thursday.

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Businesses Rack Up $120,000 In Fines To City For Not Following Stay At Home Order

"We encourage and we plead with businesses to do the right thing because the last thing you want is to have more violations on the record."

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Coronavirus In Chicago: When Will Stay At Home End? Officials Won’t Give Timeline For Now

There were 13,549 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Illinois as of Tuesday afternoon.

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Chicago Firefighter Dies From Coronavirus, Had Been Stationed In Rogers Park

Mario Araujo joined the Chicago Fire Department in October 2003 and spent most of his career with Truck 25 in Rogers Park.

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Every Single Animal Was Adopted From Chicago Animal Control This Week For The First Time Ever

People stuck at home are rushing to adopt or foster dogs and cats from the city's shelters, but you're not out of luck if you want to help.

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73 More People Die Of Coronavirus In Illinois In The Worst Day To Date

There have now been 380 deaths in Illinois. An additional 1,287 positive cases were added in the past 24 hours.

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Undocumented Chicagoans Are Eligible For City’s Coronavirus Relief Benefits As Mayor Signs New Order

Undocumented people pay taxes — but the federal government isn't helping them with relief programs during the pandemic, so Chicago is stepping up.