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Sunshine And Temperatures In The 70s Sticking Around As City Gears Up For Summer

The city will see warm and dry weather through the weekend, with low chances for rain until June 10, according to the National Weather Service.

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Chicago-Style Bagels? Tilly’s Brings Solid Bagels To South Loop By ‘Not Trying To Be New York’

Former fine dining pastry chef Hannah Tillett hopes her quarantine sourdough recipe will make her South Loop shop a bagel destination.

South Loop
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Program That Helps Chicagoans Avoid Eviction In Limbo As Funding Dries Up

The sudden change in who's administering the program leaves tenants with a "higher chance" of being evicted, a nonprofit worker said.


Alderpeople Push To Expand Community Policing Model Citywide

The Chicago Neighborhood Policing Initiative should be expanded citywide, supporters said. The program sees officers interact more with residents.


Chicago Has A Professional Ultimate Frisbee Team, And Tickets For Its 10th Season Now For Sale

The Chicago Union, known for layout grabs and highlight plays, have weekend home games at De La Salle Institute.

Bronzeville, Near South Side

Medical Students Giving Mobile Courses On Treating Gunshot Wounds, Overdoses As Demand Increases

Rush medical students are teaching Chicagoans how to give CPR, administer Narcan and bandage gunshot wounds while waiting for emergency help.


Meet The Adorable Fox Family Living In Millennium Park

The foxes were frolicking around the park Tuesday morning, having a rat snack. Experts are urging Chicagoans to leave the creatures alone and avoid feeding them.


Chicagoans Tell Fox News To ‘Shut The F— Up About Chicago’ With New T-Shirts

The idea for the shirt was hatched amid a Twitter backlash to a Fox News segment on Chicago's new mayor — filmed more than 30 miles west of the city in suburban Naperville.


Satanists Sue Chicago For Not Allowing Them To Say ‘Hail Satan’ At City Council Meetings

Minster of Satan Adam Vavrick said his request has been stuck in purgatory, which "left me with no choice but to file suit."


Can A New Commission Rebuild Trust In Police With ‘Public’ Search For Chicago’s Next Top Cop?

Anthony Driver just turned 30. He hopes to lead the "most transparent search for a high-ranking official in this city's history." But will the mayor take his advice?


Want To Learn How To Ride A Bike? Kids, Teens And Adults Can Take Free Classes At City Parks This Summer

Chicagoans can learn to ride a bike, while more experienced riders will get tips on how to navigate the city's busiest streets.


Controversial Save A Lot Quietly Opens In Englewood Despite Months Of Pushback, Protests From Neighbors

Neighbors protested last month when the store's owners tried to open, and they've said now they'll boycott it. But the owner said other residents are already coming in to shop.

Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham

Woman In Custody In String Of Unprovoked Baseball Bat Attacks In Ravenswood Manor Area

There have been at least six attacks since Sunday involving nine women, officials said.

Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park

Texas Volverá A Enviar Migrantes En Autobús A Chicago El Lunes, Lo Que Creará Una “Crisis Humanitaria”, Según Lightfoot

La alcaldesa Lori Lightfoot ha dicho que la ciudad ya no tiene espacio suficiente para los inmigrantes que están aquí, y que la respuesta a los problemas en la frontera no es enviar a la gente en autobús a Chicago.


Los Migrantes Enviados En Vuelos Sin Retorno Desde Texas Duermen En O’Hare Mientras La Ciudad Se Apresura A Buscarles Refugio

La ciudad está trabajando para apoyar a los migrantes, pero los funcionarios dijeron que ha sido difícil planificar cuando no hay comunicación de los estados que envían a la gente aquí.


5 Arrested Following Slaying Of Police Officer Aréanah Preston

Preston, 24, was killed Saturday in a shooting. She had worked in the 5th Police District for three years.

Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham

Northwest Siders Can Weigh In On Design Of Their Neighborhoods At Humboldt Park Block Party Saturday

Mobile Makers will host Maker, Tinker, Thinker near the Kimball Arts Center. The event invites neighbors to "imagine what welcoming environments look like within their own community," a city official said.

Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale

A ‘Dire’ Shortage Of Lawyers Making Chicago’s Migrant Crisis Even Worse

Chicago is short hundreds of lawyers as migrants wait months to apply for asylum. The city has yet to help new arrivals get legal services to stay here, a nonprofit director said.


CTA Gets $200 Million To Replace Hundreds Of Decades-Old ‘L’ Cars

The investment will help the agency replace up to 300 aging railcars.


When Will Chicago’s Pools Open? Park District Says June 23, If There Are Enough Lifeguards

Officials opened fewer than half of neighborhood pools — and did it later than usual — last summer because of a persistent lifeguard shortage.

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