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Dogs, Cats Left Homeless During Oklahoma Storms Are Coming To Chicago And They Need Your Help

Hundreds of homeless animals will need foster and permanent homes when they arrive in Chicago on Friday.

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This May Was The Wettest One Ever In Chicago’s History

And don't hate the messenger, but ... more rain is coming.

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It’s Not Just You: This Spring Has Been Unusually Rainy And Cold

Chicago's had more than a foot of rain this spring and more is coming.

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Chicago Lost Another 10,000 Residents Last Year, According To New Census Data

The city's population has been declining since 2014, when it was home to an estimated 2,728,524 people.

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These Chicago-Centric Old Slang Words Don’t Make Us Look Very Good

Have you ever heard of a "Chicago bankroll" or a "Chicago typewriter"?

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Have You Seen The Moth Man? Student’s Posters Urge Chicagoans To Call In Monster Sightings — And Her Phone Is Blowing Up

An Art Institute student's posters were part of a school project that's become something much bigger.

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Columbia College Park’s Sculptures Destroyed During Renovations Due To ‘Internal Miscommunication’

The park is being renovated so students can host events and staged performances there.

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With 16 State Troopers Hit By Cars This Year, Leaving 3 Dead, Officials Push For Harsher Penalties

Proposed law would hike fines for drivers who speed by pulled-over emergency vehicles.