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‘The Many Saints of Newark’ aims to be more than a ‘Sopranos’ prequel — writer and stars meet in Bucktown to talk about their creation
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Mayor Lightfoot's former top attorney, who resigned amid the Anjanette Young raid scandal, claims her administration reached out to give him city business at his new law firm, without her objections.
John Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate President Reagan, can be freed from all remaining restrictions next year if he continues to follow those rules and remains mentally stable.
A former assistant producer for WTMX-FM has sued host Eric Ferguson, alleging he coerced sexual favors early in her career.
‘Saturday Night Live’ adds new cast members including Chicago comedian Sarah Sherman, aka Sarah Squirm. Beck Bennett departs.
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Former 22nd Ward Ald. Ricardo Muñoz pleaded guilty Monday to spending cash from a political fund on personal items such as sports tickets, meals and travel.
Laura Sudler, real estate agent and volunteer with groups including SOS Children’s Villages, dies at 82
Two vehicles collided in the southbound lanes of Interstate 55, killing both drivers in a fiery crash around 3 a.m. Monday, according to Illinois State Police.
All beaches at the Indiana Dunes National Park were closed immediately to swimming as a precaution due to a discharge of a “rusty colored liquid.”
Working from an uncomfortable chair can be harmful to your health. From BestReviews:
Here are five things to keep in mind as the R. Kelly case heads toward conclusion.
Northwestern University issued an alert about multiple aggravated assault cases involving students “alleging they were drugged without consent” at fraternity houses.
Facebook is putting a hold on the development of a kids’ version of Instagram.
United Airlines has been fined $1.9 million over 25 flights in which the plane sat on the ground for several hours.
The Great Rebuilding may shed some light on Chicago's way forward, 150 years after the fire, as the city looks to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Riot Fest, which moved to Douglass Park in 2015 after residents campaigned for its removal from Humboldt Park, is a source of disagreement within the neighborhood.
Dear Amy: MY good friend just found out that her husband has a grown child he’s never known about.
A former Northwestern professor is slated to stand trial beginning Monday for allegedly stabbing his boyfriend to death as part of a violent sex fetish.
Four people were shot, including a 17-year-old boy, early Monday in Humboldt Park and one of the victims later died, according to Chicago police.
On this day in 1996, the Taliban drove the government of President Burhanuddin Rabbani out of Kabul, captured the capital and executed former leader Najibullah.
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some top stories to start your day: - Arlington closes its racing gates likely for the last time - Jurors weigh complex racketeering case against R. Kelly - Our 60 best books for fall
What’s wrong with the Bears offense — and can it be fixed? Brad Biggs’ 10 thoughts on the Week 3 loss to the Browns.
To identify the happiest cities in America, according to residents, 24/7 Tempo reviewed the happiness score of all 383 metro areas in the U.S.
Perhaps more than any other season, fall is associated with the harvest.
After a year of canceled festivities due to the pandemic, the city is ready to welcome residents and visitors back in person.
Requirement to obtain a federal Real ID has been postponed until 2023. Here’s what Illinois residents need to know.
Many horse racing workers don’t know what they will do next spring if, as expected, Arlington Park is closed after nearly a century of racing.
What does it mean to go more than a year without seeing smiles as steadily as we did before?
When the pandemic began, and day cares closed and options dwindled, some Chicago parents turned to nannies for help. Now, a year and a half into the pandemic, the demand is continuing.
The faithful of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church near Beecher gathered Sunday despite having no structure in which to congregate.
After almost a century of thoroughbred racing, Arlington International Racecourse in Arlington Heights closed its gates to the sport Saturday for the final time – and the future of the venue remains uncertain.
The Great 2021 Fall Book Preview: Our 60 best reads for right now
As we enter cold and flu season, here’s how to tell if you have COVID or a cold
As congressional redistricting gets underway, some of the country’s most populous cities are taking prominent roles in reshaping the balance of power in Washington.
What will it cost to enact President Joe Biden’s massive expansion of social programs? The idea is that the entire package should pay for itself.
Many Chicago-area shelters are overcrowded, with adoption numbers lower than they’ve seen in years.
Lines of mourners form for Gabby Petito funeral home viewing
Patients flood emergency rooms at Chicago area children’s hospitals, causing long wait times. Doctors urge parents not to bring kids to ERs unless necessary.
Iceland elects Europe’s first female-majority parliament
Federal and state health authorities said current supply and steady production of more doses can easily accommodate those seeking boosters or initial vaccination.
A 25-year-old Elgin man was seriously injured in an expressway shooting on Interstate 90 early Sunday, according to Illinois State Police.
Nicolas Benitez was fed up with the asphalt speed bump outside his garage in the alley behind his Brighton Park neighborhood home. So after complaining to his alderman’s office, Benitez got a pickax and set about tearing out the speed bump.
A court ruling in July is blocking more than 80,000 new applications from young adults brought to the United States illegally as children who are seeking protection under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Couldn’t be prouder of ⁦@JeremyGorner⁩ and ⁦@Annie1221⁩ for the months of work they put in this with help from ⁦@ejwamb⁩ ⁦@RosemarySobol1⁩ ⁦@rumormill⁩ ⁦@Yoder⁩ Congrats Tracing a single stolen gun to 27 shootings…
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23 shot, 2 killed in overnight gun violence, including 6 wounded in Lawndale shooting
Landmarks: Metra aims to showcase suburban attractions along Heritage Corridor in an excursion into history
The scene in Cleveland before the Bears' Week 3 game against the Browns. 📷 :@mandophotoss and@jkimpicturess
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A good old rubber band may not be the most glamorous office supply, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more versatile tool. From BestReviews:
This day in history, September 26: Thomas Jefferson was confirmed by the Senate to be the first United States secretary of state
Orland Park therapy dog expected to comfort crime victims, first responders
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