Articles By Mauricio Peña
Entrepreneurs of color and woman are encouraged to apply. The first round of applications are due before midnight on Saturday, April 4.
Undocumented families living on the Southwest Side can apply for help with rent, car payments and other bills through April 9.
Two persons of interest were taken into custody at the scene, police said.
The 29-year-old man was standing in the alley in the 2200 block of South Troy Street when two men started shooting at him, police said.
Amid a statewide stay at home order, groups have had to get creative putting street teams to work while being safe.
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A union is demanding hospitals step up protections and offer hazard pay, access to personal protective equipment and testing for all hospital employees.
The men were walking in the 2300 block of West 23rd Street when a car pulled up and two men fired shots, police said.
Officials worry General Iron and Sims Metal Management neighbors are at greater risk because of the respiratory nature of COVID-19.
"Zoom bombing" is on the rise, the FBI has warned. On Tuesday, Chicago aldermen and state reps were the latest victims.