Following the ceremony, Goya Foods faced swift backlash from people who urged others never to purchase Goya products again.
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The holiday weekend typically sees a spike in shootings and murders — and Chicago's already been struggling with shootings and the recent slayings of children.
A Wealthy Family Planted Hedges On Park District Land To Make A Personal Front Yard, Inspector General Alleges
The yard in front of Michael Tadin Jr.'s Lakeview home is public land, part of Lincoln Park. But a hedgerow suggests otherwise.
The application period ended in February and was the first overseen by Mayor Lori Lightfoot. More than 325 businesses applied for funding.
The study showed fares increased when a person was dropped off in a neighborhood with a high percentage of non-white residents. A Lyft spokesperson called the study "deeply flawed."
Can Indoor Dining Save Chicago’s Struggling Restaurants? Some Aren’t Risking It, Others Have No Choice
"What do you do: Kill your restaurant or kill the people that work at your restaurant? That's a gross decision to have to make," one restaurant owner said.
The school board voted 4-3 in favor of keeping Chicago Police officers in city schools.
Among the victims were 39 people in Cook County, including a man in his 30s.
People can also drop off supplies like diapers, formula and sanitary napkins so they can be given to people in need.
"Let's get as healthy as we can," said Dr. Ngozi Ezike, head of the Illinois Department of Public Health. "Your baseline health status affects how you fare against this virus."