What Statues Should They Tear Down in Chicago?
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What Statues Should They Tear Down in Chicago?

What Statues Should They Tear Down in Chicago? It’s open season on statues as Confederate symbols are crumbling faster than a speeding rock in the fallout of this…

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Chicago Arrests Down in 2016
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Chicago Arrests Down in 2016

Chicago Arrests Down in 2016 It’s hard to believe with the constant crime news reported and shooting statistics that 2016 arrest numbers are down, but it’s true.  According…

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Chicago Acts as Testing Ground for Fast Food & Coffee
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Chicago Acts as Testing Ground for Fast Food & Coffee

Chicago Acts as Testing Ground for Fast Food & Coffee Chicago is a constantly evolving market, so it’s no surprise that many brands choose to reinvent themselves here. …

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Chicago’s Kicks Off the 59th Annual Air & Water Show Saturday
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Chicago’s Kicks Off the 59th Annual Air & Water Show Saturday

Chicago’s Kicks Off the 59th Annual Air & Water Show Saturday Chicago’s Air & Water Show is a sight to be seen. This Saturday, Aug. 19, kicks off…

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5 Kid Friendly Summer Spots
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5 Kid Friendly Summer Spots

5 Kid Friendly Summer Spots The summer is nearly over which means the kids will go back to school soon and they’re probably getting bored being stuck at…

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Condé Nast Traveler Ranks Chicago as No. 2 Travel Destination
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Condé Nast Traveler Ranks Chicago as No. 2 Travel Destination

The annual Readers’ Choice Awards in Condé Nast Traveler are out and it is great news for the Windy City. The culturally and architecturally rich city of Chicago…

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Twin “Warriors” Recovering Strong After Surgery
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Twin “Warriors” Recovering Strong After Surgery

Jadon and Anias McDonald, 13-month-old twins from Illinois, have come to be known as the twin “warriors.” Conjoined at their heads, the twins underwent a successful 16-hour reconstructive…

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Derrick Rose Found Not Liable In Civil Rape Trial
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Derrick Rose Found Not Liable In Civil Rape Trial

The Derrick Rose rape case trial has intensified as the looming question for the NBA star is whether he understands the word “consent.” Embroiled in a $21 million…

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Report Shows Positive Trend in Firearm Usage in Chicago
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Report Shows Positive Trend in Firearm Usage in Chicago

A new report released by the Chicago Inspector General suggests Chicago Police have drastically brought down the usage of firearms since last year. “This would suggest that our…

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CTA Stations to Get Arty
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CTA Stations to Get Arty

The Chicago Transit Authority stations along the Brown, Blue and Green lines are about to get way more artistic and cultural. After receiving and reviewing more than 350…

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