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Chance The Rapper’s New Chicagoist Video Shines Light On City’s Young, Progressive Aldermanic Candidates

"Young people face obstacles for the most basic things, let alone run for office," said Rossana Rodriguez, who is running in the 33rd ward.

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Chicago Could Get As Hot As Phoenix By 2070, New White House Climate Report Warns

Climate change is expected to prove deadly for Chicagoans, according to the White House's National Climate Assessment.

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Be Safe Shoveling: Snow Pounding Chicago Is Wet And Heavy As Heck, Increasing Health Risk

Chicagoans have to shovel their sidewalks, but this "very heavy" snow could prove dangerous.

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How To Survive Thanksgiving With Your Family Post-Election

Whether you're fighting about Trump or dodging the dreaded "When are you getting married?" question, here's your guide to surviving Thanksgiving.

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Storm Drops Inch Of Snow On Chicago, But More Could Come This Weekend

The South Side got hit the hardest during Thursday morning's snowstorm.

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Chicago Is Colder Than Alaska Today (And Yes, This November Has Been Brutal So Far)

It's not your imagination: Tuesday is the 8th straight day in a row of below-normal temperatures for Chicago.

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Can King Drive Sparkle Like The Mag Mile This Holiday Season? Volunteers To Light Up South Side Stretch

My Block, My Hood, My City is collecting donations of holiday lights to put up near homes along King Drive.

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Snow Is Coming Thursday (But Don’t Worry, It’ll Be Minimal)

The 1- to 1.5-inch expected snowfall is a bit early. The city doesn't typically get its first significant snowfall until closer to December.

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Election Day Freebies Can Be A Legal No-No — But Chicago Businesses Found A Way To Do Them Anyway

The Field Museum, Stan's Donuts and Flowers For Dreams were among a slew of Chicago organizations that wanted to reward voters for heading to the polls.