Chicago braces for  cold weather, first snow
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Chicago braces for cold weather, first snow

This year Chicago might experience snow much earlier than Thanksgiving, with one of the coldest weeks ahead of us. Saturday is shaping up to be cold for the…

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Pritzker becomes the richest politician in the country
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Pritzker becomes the richest politician in the country

Winning the bid to be the next Illinois governor, longtime Democratic donor and fundraiser J.B. Pritzker has officially become the richest politician in the country with net worth…

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Target shuts down stores on Chicago’s South Side
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Target shuts down stores on Chicago’s South Side

This week Target has announced its plan to shut down two of its stores on Chicago’s South Side, which predominately serve the African-American community. The two stores are…

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Top busiest airports and travel times this Thanksgiving
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Top busiest airports and travel times this Thanksgiving

In an effort to help empower travelers to make more informed decisions when it comes to 2018 Thanksgiving travel plans, Hopper and InsureMyTrip research teams reveal what airports and flights to avoid,…

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October in Chicago: 259 shot, 47 fatally
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October in Chicago: 259 shot, 47 fatally

Despite the skyrocketing number of shootings that occurred in Chicago for the past month, the overall murders are down in comparison to the same period in 2017, according…

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Suspicious chemical smell reported in Lakeview
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Suspicious chemical smell reported in Lakeview

Residents at the 500 block of West Aldine Avenue in Chicago have reported suspicious chemical smell coming out from the building. The smell was first noticed at around…

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Chance the Rapper endorced Amara Enyia for mayor of Chicago
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Chance the Rapper endorced Amara Enyia for mayor of Chicago

The Windy City rapper has announced on Monday that he’s not running for office, despite the recent rumors. However, he did put his foot into the game, and…

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National Expungement Week comes to Chicago, offers free clinics to help to remove eligible convictions
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National Expungement Week comes to Chicago, offers free clinics to help to remove eligible convictions

National Expungement Week (N.E.W.) is a week of events across the U.S. that offers expungement and other forms of legal relief to some of the 77 million Americans…

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Former U.S. retail giant Sears has filed for bankruptcy
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Former U.S. retail giant Sears has filed for bankruptcy

Once a revolutionary that disrupted the entire retail industry, Sears is now officially out of the game. The former retail giant filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy early Monday…

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Women’s March Chicago returns to Grant Park, focuses on first-time voters
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Women’s March Chicago returns to Grant Park, focuses on first-time voters

Set to kick off on Saturday October 13th, March to the Polls 2018 will focus on first-time voters – in particular young women, immigrants, and youth. As part…

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