Articles By Kelly Bauer

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Chicago Reverend Who Fought For Civil Rights Donates MLK Letters, Protest Pins And More To Library

Rev. Martin L. Deppe began combining his religious work with pro-civil rights and anti-war activism in the 1960s.

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Chicago Could Get 6 Inches Of Snow Before This Storm Ends — And More Is Possible Wednesday

A plane slid off the runway at O'Hare Airport, hundreds of other flights were canceled and the weather is only going to get worse.

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After Dog Stolen From Chicago, Volunteers Unite To Help — And Find Her In Wisconsin

"This isn't a story about the guy who took the dog," said one of Caela's rescuers. "This is about the people of Chicago and how hardcore their work ethic is and how much they love dogs."

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Record-Breaking Cold And More Snow Are Coming

It'll feel like it's zero degrees outside at points next week.

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Former LAPD Chief Charlie Beck Named Interim Top Cop Of Chicago Police

Beck is an unusual choice, as interim superintendents are usually pulled from the Chicago Police Department while officials look for a permanent superintendent.

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Top Cop Eddie Johnson Is Retiring From Chicago Police Department

Johnson, handpicked by former Mayor Rahm Emanuel in 2016, helmed the department during a tumultuous time. He's currently under investigation after being found asleep in his car last month.

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Chicago’s The Most Dangerous City For Migrating Birds In The Fall. Here’s How To Help Them

Have you seen an injured or dazed bird? The Chicago Bird Collision Monitors can help. "These guys are like little tourists coming through Chicago."

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Chance The Snapper, Alligator Robb Now Have A Coloring Book

"The Adventures of Chicago Chance and Frank Robb" doubles as a coloring book and storybook.

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‘Paleta Man’ Fidencio Sanchez, Whose Story Inspired The World, Dies

A GoFundMe to help him raised $385,000 — even though he said he'd continue to work. “The family wants to give thanks to everybody from around the world that made his last three years of life happy and comfortable,” his friend wrote.