Articles By Kelly Bauer
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.
Teachers and parents pushed back against the district's plan to have most kids in school for two days per week.
The officer's wound is not life-threatening, police said, and the alleged gunman was taken into custody.
Previously, only restaurants were allowed to apply for and open a sidewalk cafe. The city hopes the change can help alcohol-only bars and taverns stay afloat.
Cases are surging specifically in 11 counties in mostly central and southern Illinois, where test positivity rates are above 10 percent and even as high as 20 percent.
"When it comes to changing young lives for the better, love, nurturing and connection work better than fear, loathing and isolation."
Lovelle Jordan has been charged with attempted murder after the shooting. Police said he hid a gun while being arrested and then used it in a gunfight with officers.
The 7-foot statue was part of the Drake Fountain and had sat for more than 100 years on a triangular island where 92nd Street and Exchange and Chicago avenues meet.
Pilsen Music Store Owner Gets Stolen Instruments Back With Stranger’s Help A Year After They Were Taken
Chicago GuitarSpace's owner still can't believe a stranger returned the instruments to him for free: "We'd given up hope we'd ever see the stuff again."