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Twelve jail staffers have also tested positive for the virus.
"I want to cheer people up," said baker Sandra Crowder, owner A Taste of Nostalgia.
Prison reform groups want all detainees who have been assigned bond freed. But Sheriff Tom Dart said that's not possible: About 70-75 percent of detainees "are in on a violent charge."
Jessica Romanowski, a private chef by day and bartender by night, is delivering meals to people who need them. Here's how you can help her feed more people.
As the virus continues to spread, attorneys are sharing emergency motions and prison reform groups are paying bonds to get the detainees freed.
Can An Xbox Live Or Netflix Subscription Prevent The Spread Of Coronavirus? West Side Legal Aid Organization Says Yes
West Side teens often don't have access to the things keeping people occupied during the pandemic. One group is raising money to change that.
The Illinois Attorney General's office has received more than 525 complaints of price gouging statewide.
Union Organizer Lakesia Collins Wins State Rep Race After Building Grassroots Support On The West Side
"My approach is different — I'm an organizer. My job is bringing people together to fight together," Collins said.
Michele Clark Academic Prep Magnet High School students in Austin found a way to share tips on coping with social isolation from their peers and teachers.