Articles By Kelly Bauer

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Field Museum Researchers Remade A 1,000-Year-Old Peruvian Beer After Analyzing Ceramic Artifacts

An ale inspired by the ancient beer will be released in Chicago stores and bars this summer.

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Logan Square Shooting Kills Brandon Delgado, 18, Police Say

The shooting happened late Wednesday in the 2200 block of North Avers Avenue, police said.

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Robbers Stuff Food Down Pants, Beat Clerk With Skateboards At Loop Convenience Store, Police Say

The store clerk was hospitalized with a minor head injury after the early Thursday incident, police said.

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Community Groups Sue City To Try To End Lincoln Yards TIF, Reform TIF System

The groups behind the lawsuit allege the city has used the TIF system in a "racially and ethnically discriminatory" way to benefit white-majority areas.

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Huge Light, Art Projections On Merchandise Mart Will Soon Be Shown Every Night

Some of this summer's projections will be accompanied by music and performances from artists.

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Student Stabs Another Student In South Loop’s East-West University Classroom

The student was critically wounded and hospitalized after the Tuesday stabbing, police said.

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Community Groups Sue City To Block $900 Million Lincoln Yards TIF

The controversial TIF for the Lincoln Yards development was approved by the City Council last week.

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Pregnant Women Can Now Text Reporters For Free To Get Tips, Ask Questions And Share Stories

The free text service, called The Cord, is part of a project where reporters are looking into maternal health in Chicago.