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Uber, Lyft Charges More For Riders Going To Chicago’s Non-White Neighborhoods, Study Shows

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."

Need A Reusable Mask? Medline Is Giving Away 100,000 Of Them Thursday

The reusable masks will be distributed from 16 sites, including Carter Temple CME Church in Chatham.

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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.

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Chicago Public Schools Will Keep Its Police Program — For Now

The school board voted 4-3 in favor of keeping Chicago Police officers in city schools.

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64 More People Die From Coronavirus In Illinois

Among the victims were 39 people in Cook County, including a man in his 30s.

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Moms In Need Can Get Free Baby Supplies During Weekend Giveaways. Here’s How

People can also drop off supplies like diapers, formula and sanitary napkins so they can be given to people in need.

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Visit Your Doctor Now As Coronavirus Cases Fall, State’s Top Doctor Says

"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."

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Chicagoans DO Protest Gun Violence And Organize For Safer Neighborhoods All The Time. Here’s How

“If you want to reduce violence, you just got to pretty much show up. You got to show up. And if you're not willing to walk into a nonprofit and say, 'How can I help?,' you're probably part of the problem."

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Illinois Students Should Return To The Classroom This Fall, Gov. JB Pritzker Says

The Illinois Emergency Management Agency will provide K-12 districts in Illinois with 2.5 million cloth face masks, since kids will be required to wear them in school.