Cashierless Amazon stores coming to Chicago
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Cashierless Amazon stores coming to Chicago

Cashierless Amazon stores coming to Chicago Amazon’s “the store of the future” is heading to Chicago and San Francisco. This marks the first expansion of the retailer’s cashierless…

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‘Gun Share’ art installation in Daley Plaza
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‘Gun Share’ art installation in Daley Plaza

A new art installation in Daley Plaza aims to make a statement about how easy it is to purchase a gun. The installation features a row of replicas…

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Chicago Park District to shut off 200 outdoor drinking fountains
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Chicago Park District to shut off 200 outdoor drinking fountains

The Chicago Park District deactivated about 18% of indoor and outdoor drinking fountains in 2016 after an initial round of water testing. The Chicago Park District and the…

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Rauner calls for reinstatement of the death penalty for mass murderers
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Rauner calls for reinstatement of the death penalty for mass murderers

This Monday, Governor Rauner announced a call to reinstate the death penalty in Illinois. The proposal was part of a statement about his amendatory veto of gun-control legislation…

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Gov. Rauner announces federal approval of Medicaid waiver
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Gov. Rauner announces federal approval of Medicaid waiver

Governor Bruce Rauner announced Monday that the federal government has approved a new state Medicaid waiver. Beginning July 1st, the waiver will allow the state to use 2…

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Emanuel mounts cameras on booter vans to curb  carjacking epidemic
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Emanuel mounts cameras on booter vans to curb carjacking epidemic

Emanuel mounts cameras on booter vans to curb carjacking epidemic Carjacking has quickly become an epidemic in Chicago. Nearly 1000 carjackings were reported throughout the city last year…

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Prosecutors drop murder charges of two Chicago men
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Prosecutors drop murder charges of two Chicago men

Anthony Jakes and Robert Bouto walked outside as free men on April 30th thanks to Cook County prosecutors. Both men had been charged with murder in separate cases.…

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Students become ill following prom at Shedd Aquarium
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Students become ill following prom at Shedd Aquarium

Students become ill following prom at Shedd Aquarium About 400 students were in attendance at Victor J. Andrew High School’s prom April 27th at the Shedd Aquarium. The…

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Facebook Data Breach and Why Your Medical Privacy is also in Danger
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Facebook Data Breach and Why Your Medical Privacy is also in Danger

Three events portend serious danger to medical privacy, but it may be hard for patients to connect the dots because they seem unrelated, involve different sectors of the…

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Single-Family Rentals Increased
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Single-Family Rentals Increased

The U.S housing market has undergone ample transformation in recent years with anincreasing number of people renting their homes. While apartments may still be the most popular form…

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