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Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Campaign trail tracker: Where Trump, Biden and their running mates have traveled in presidential race's final weeks
In the final sprint ahead of the Nov. 3 election, both President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden have ramped up their campaign travel despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Starting in September, Biden abandoned his months-long virtual campaign from his basement in Delaware while Trump has accelerated his travel and is once again welcoming crowds at some events. Here's a look at the campaign trail stops made by Trump, Biden, their spouses and running mates since Sept. 1.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Police: At least 1 dead following vehicle crash at Chicago Executive Airport in Wheeling
Wheeling police confirmed at least one fatality resulting from a multiple-vehicle crash at Wheeling's Chicago Executive Airport Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

As shifting deadlines create confusion over census count, Chicago officials warn communities of color: ‘Our future is in jeopardy.'
State and county officials urged residents Tuesday to fill out their forms as soon as possible as the Trump administration continues to shift deadlines and create confusion.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Disorderly conduct charges dropped against woman who said Chicago police dragged her from car and placed a knee on her neck
Chicago's law department and police officials wouldn't comment Tuesday on the decision to drop the disorderly conduct charge against Mia Wright.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Is Athletes Unlimted the future of professional sports?
Athletes Unlimited is a softball venture that treats professional sports like a fantasy league. Players receive points not just for winning games but for performing well individually.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Disorderly conduct charged dropped against woman dragged out of car by police at Chicago shopping mall
Chicago's law department and police officials wouldn't comment Tuesday on the decision to drop the disorderly conduct charge against Mia Wright.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's what's happening Wednesday with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Daywatch: A chaotic first presidential debate, CPD to move more officers downtown and socially distanced fall festivals
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Man stabbed while riding Green Line train, police say
A man stabbed a 55-year-old man in the chest early Wednesday while they were riding a CTA "L" Green Line train, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Column: She's a teacher out to create little free children's libraries — full of books that go beyond white kids and animals
She's a teacher out to create little free children's libraries — full of books that go beyond white kids and animals

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Column: Voters have more to fear from the GOP than the Russians this year
The GOP has become the biggest threat to our elections, and thus democracy, Dahleen Glanton writes.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

‘This is the future of our sport': Athletes Unlimited, a venture that treats pro sports like a fantasy league, ends first softball season in Rosemont with plans to return
Athletes Unlimited, which operated a softball season recently in Rosemont, treats professional sports like a fantasy league. Players receive points not just for winning games, but for performing well individually.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Texas company to close all of its Illinois coal-fired power plants, another sign the global transition to clean energy is accelerating
Vistra Energy absorbed nine of the state's coal plants during a corporate merger just two years ago. Like its predecessors, the company found it increasingly difficult to profit from burning coal amid competition from cheaper, cleaner natural gas and renewable energy.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Man, 40, faces attempted murder charge in Far South shooting, police say
A 40-year-old man is facing a charge of attempted first-degree murder after a woman was critically injured in a Far South Side shooting on Monday, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 30, 2020

Column: Trump's toxic debate performance was 90 minutes of disqualifying noise and cruelty
Trump's relentless, snarling interruptions and refusal to abide by Tuesday's debate rules created as disgraceful a display of public behavior as we'll ever — hopefully — see from a U.S. president.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Mayor Lori Lightfoot responds to President Trump's debate dis: ‘Keep Chicago out of your lying mouth'
Mayor Lori Lightfoot quickly fired back at President Donald Trump after he invoked Chicago's gun violence to criticize Democrats during Tuesday night's presidential debate, tweeting: "Keep ‘Chicago' out of your lying mouth."

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Democrats stifle GOP attempt to subpoena Madigan, others in House investigation of ComEd scandal
The Democratic chairman of the Illinois House special committee investigating Speaker Michael Madigan's conduct in connection with an alleged Commonwealth Edison bribery scheme blocked an effort by Republicans to legally compel the powerful Democrat and others to testify.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she'll work with aldermen on civilian oversight plan after negotiations with community coalition stall
Mayor Lori Lightfoot will negotiate with aldermen on a plan for civilian oversight of Chicago Police after negotiations with a community coalition stalled, she said during a virtual town hall with journalists.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

COVID-19 cases traced to adult volleyball games at Gages Lake restaurant
Almost 200 players and spectators were potentially exposed to COVID-19 during adult volleyball games at a Gages Lake restaurant and bar, the Lake County Health Department said.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Chicago Public Schools pays $400,000 to settle lawsuits alleging physical abuse against 2 special education students by staff
CPS says it's committed to ensuring that any staff member accused of harming a student is held accountable.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Tougher restrictions return to northwest Illinois region that includes Rockford, NIU after surge in COVID-19 cases
A resurgence in coronavirus rates in a northwest Illinois region that includes Rockford and Northern Illinois University will result in a return to tighter restrictions aimed at curbing the disease's spread

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Pritzker in self-isolation, 4 states join Chicago travel quarantine order; 1,362 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and 23 more deaths reported
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

The Spin: Rahm Emanuel, Chris Christie on Trump vs. Biden debate | IL House committee investigating Madigan begins | Pritzker again self-isolating after staffer tests positive for COVID-19
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

As shifting deadlines create confusion over census count, Chicago officials make last-minute plea in communities of color
State and county officials urged residents Tuesday to fill out their forms as soon as possible as the Trump administration continues to shift deadlines and create confusion.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Suburban parents sue IHSA, hoping to force return of high school football and other sports
The parents of four DuPage County high school athletes have filed a lawsuit hoping to force the return of football and other sports that have been postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Chicago police moving district patrol officers downtown, limiting time on street for neighborhood tactical cops, memos say
The Chicago Police Department will strip patrol districts of officers and limit the use of some of its existing officers during daytime shifts in favor of a "highly visible" presence downtown, according to memos obtained by the Chicago Tribune.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Committee of region's top executives comes out against Gov. J.B. Pritzker's graduated-rate income tax amendment
The Civic Committee of the Commercial Club of Chicago, comprised of top executives of the region's leading employers, said Tuesday it opposes Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker's proposed graduated-rate income tax proposal, adding to the split between business and labor interests over the proposed state constitutional amendment.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

4 more states were added to Chicago's travel quarantine list this week. Here's what you need to know to avoid a large fine.
Chicago health officials Tuesday put Wisconsin back on the city's travel quarantine list, while also adding back Idaho and Puerto Rico. Montana and Minnesota were added for the first time. Here's what you need to know to avoid a large fine.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Former ComEd VP pleads guilty, agrees to cooperate with feds in bribery case orbiting House Speaker Michael Madigan
Former Commonwealth Edison executive Fidel Marquez could have faced years behind bars for his role in a massive bribery scheme that directed illicit payments to allies of powerful Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 23 new deaths, 1,362 new confirmed cases and 45,624 new test results
As the coronavirus spreads, the Tribune is tracking Illinois cases here.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Pritzker in self-isolation, 4 states join Chicago travel quarantine order; 1,362 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 23 additional deaths reported
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Pritzker staffer tests positive for COVID-19, 4 states added to Chicago travel quarantine order
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Notre Dame president apologizes for not wearing mask during White House announcement of Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination
University of Notre Dame President the Rev. John Jenkins apologized for not wearing a mask during the announcement of Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

4 states added to Chicago quarantine order for travelers, while none removed
The city of Chicago added Kentucky, Wyoming, Texas and Nevada to its quarantine list and made no removals, officials announced Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Illinois House committee investigating Speaker Michael Madigan set to hear testimony from Exelon executive
An executive from Commonwealth Edison parent company Exelon is set to testify Tuesday before a special Illinois House committee investigating Speaker Michael Madigan.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Indiana casino executive, former state senator charged in illegal campaign scheme
The federal indictment charges Spectacle Entertainment vice president John Keeler and former Republican Sen. Brent Waltz with taking part in a scheme to direct more than $25,000 in illegal corporate contributions through straw donors to Waltz's 2016 campaign.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Spectacle casino executive, former Indiana state senator charged in illegal campaign scheme
The federal indictment charges Spectacle Entertainment vice president John Keeler and former Republican Sen. Brent Waltz with taking part in a scheme to direct more than $25,000 in illegal corporate contributions through straw donors to Waltz's 2016 campaign.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Gov. J.B. Pritzker to isolate for a second time after another staffer tests positive for coronavirus
Gov. J.B. Pritzker is going into self-isolation for the second time after a third staff member in his office tested positive for the coronavirus, the governor's office said Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

How Day of the Dead is celebrated (explained in English and Spanish)
Representations of Day of the Dead, a popular celebration in Mexico and other parts of Latin America, are popping up around Chicago. Here's what they mean.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's what's happening Tuesday with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Chicago man accused of shooting roommate at Western Illinois University makes first court appearance
A Chicago man suspected of shooting his roommate earlier this month at Western Illinois University made his first court appearance Monday afternoon.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Daywatch: Lightfoot eases COVID-19 restrictions, domestic violence may be underreported in pandemic and 11 books to read during National Hispanic Heritage Month
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

Column: New book looks at masculinity in the age of Trump and our country's problem with the ‘Real Man'
A new book by comedian Michael Ian Black examines masculinity in the age of Donald Trump, an American moment when bullying, refusing to admit you're wrong and putting on the airs of some idealized "tough guy" seem all the rage.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 29, 2020

New city report on battling crime problem highlights domestic violence in Chicago, and contends it may be significantly underreported during pandemic
The 108-page report dubbed "Our City, Our Safety: A Comprehensive Plan to Reduce Violence in Chicago" acknowledged how Chicago's intractable gun violence, which has given the city an unflattering national reputation, has overshadowed domestic, or family-related, violence, such as domestic batteries.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Citing a downward trend in COVID-19 cases, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she's easing restrictions on indoor bars, restaurants, fitness class sizes: ‘People have risen to the occasion'
Chicago bars that don't serve food will be allowed to reopen for indoor service starting Thursday, and bars and restaurants will be allowed to serve alcohol until 1 a.m., Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

The Spin: Preview of Biden,Trump's first debate | Trump should expect tax questions | Lightfoot eases COVID-19 restrictions on bars, salons starting Thursday
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Horse ridden down the Dan Ryan is doing better, says Mayor Lori Lightfoot, criticizing the ‘stunt' by the ‘Dreadhead Cowboy'
The horse ridden down the Dan Ryan Expressway as part of a protest by the "Dreadhead Cowboy" is recovering, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Monday, days after prosecutors said it may have to be put down because of injuries suffered during the ride.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Horse ridden down the Dan Ryan is doing better, says Mayor Lori Lightfoot, again criticizing the ‘stunt' by the ‘Dreadhead Cowboy'
The horse ridden down the Dan Ryan Expressway as part of a protest by the "Dreadhead Cowboy" is recovering, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Monday, days after prosecutors said it may have to be put down because of injuries suffered during the ride.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Corrections and clarifications
Corrections and clarifications for Tuesday, Sept. 29

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

University Park mayor: Contaminated water problem would be fixed if it was in ‘an affluent, white suburb'
"If University Park were an affluent, white suburb, instead of an African-American one, our water would not still be lead-contaminated after 16 months," University Park Mayor Joseph Roudez said.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Merrillville teen charged in Gary homicide
Dukes and the accomplice pulled up to the 2300 block of Colfax Street in Gary's Black Oak Section where they eventually fatally shot Landon Cowart, records show.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Revolution Cannabis nearly sweeps the Illinois Cannabis Cup, but some reviewers question the process
The results of Illinois' first statewide legal marijuana competition revealed a clear favorite, though a couple of full-time cannabis reviewers caution people to take the results with a grain of salt.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Man shot by Gary police held in shooting death outside nightclub
Officers and the suspected gunman fired at each other and an officer shot the man in the leg, Westerfield said.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Kennedy construction work leaves vehicles with flat tires: ‘Like the car went down a ditch'
A Chicago man said he was one of about a dozen vehicles that were damaged Sunday along the Kennedy Expressway, but state officials said they believe three cars suffered flat tires.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

If tax report is true, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says President Trump ‘needs to apologize'
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said President Donald Trump owes the public an apology if a New York Times investigation detailing his federal tax history is true.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

8-year-old girl pulled on mom's hair to stop her from fatally stabbing 5-year-old sister, prosecutors say
A 27-year-old woman is facing one count of first-degree murder after a 5-year-old girl, who Chicago police say was her daughter, was stabbed to death Saturday morning.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Mayor Lori Lightfoot: ‘We're not there yet' on in-person CPS learning
Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday said she would love to let students back into Chicago public schools in November, but wouldn't commit to allow in-person learning this fall.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Holly Williams Madigan, who was active in Chicago's civic life, dies
Holly Williams Madigan, wife of former Tribune CEO who was active in Chicago's civic life, dies at 79

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Chicago eases restrictions on bars and restaurants; state reports 1,709 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 13 additional deaths
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Hebron man, 60, killed in off-road vehicle incident, officials say
Michael C. Kuchta, 60, was last seen around 2:20 p.m. when he left his house in an off-road vehicle, officials said.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Mayor Lori Lightfoot easing Chicago restrictions on indoor bars, restaurants, fitness class sizes
Chicago bars that don't serve food will be allowed to reopen for indoor service starting Thursday, and bars and restaurants will be allowed to serve alcohol until 1 a.m., Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced on Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Watch live: Lightfoot provides update on easing of some COVID-19 restrictions in Chicago
Mayor Lori Lightfoot provides an update on Chicago's COVID-19 restrictions. Watch live here.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

As Illinois Democrats look to pick up more suburban House seats, the fight could boil down to Trump vs. Madigan
All 118 Illinois House seats and 22 of 59 state Senate seats are on the ballot this fall. But because 52 House and 11 Senate races are uncontested, a handful of competitive districts — largely in the suburbs — will determine whether Democrats lose or add to their veto-proof majorities in both chambers. Democrats currently hold supermajorities of 74-44 in the House and 40-19 in the Senate, meaning Republicans would need a historic number of victories to take control of either chamber outright.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

COVID-19 cases in Illinois by ZIP code: Search for your neighborhood
Search COVID-19 cases in Illinois by ZIP code

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 13 new deaths, 1,709 new confirmed cases and 41,142 new test results
As the coronavirus spreads, the Tribune is tracking Illinois cases here.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Finom Coffee among latest Chicago restaurants closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic's economic toll. Here's our running list.
Here is a running list of Chicago-area bars and restaurants that have closed for economic reasons due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Finom Coffee in Old Irving Park has closed
Finom Coffee — the popular 2-year-old cafe in Irving Park — confirmed its closing in an Instagram post from chef Rafa Esparza last Friday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

COVID-19 closed Illinois schools the same week it infected a CPS speech pathologist and her parents. Six months later, she's planning her father's funeral.
Beth Eysenbach's parents got COVID-19 "so early" in the pandemic "not a lot of people knew what was going on."

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

What to know in the final weeks of the 2020 census
The census response rate in Illinois is on track to surpass 2010 levels but Chicago's rate continues to lag behind.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Former ComEd VP expected to plead guilty in bribery scheme
A former ComEd executive is scheduled to plead guilty this week in a bribery conspiracy case alleging he helped arrange payments to allies of powerful Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan to influence legislation in Springfield.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Chicago veterinarians refuse CDC's request to deport 15 French bulldog puppies abandoned in O'Hare warehouse
Veterinarians caring for 15 French bulldog puppies found abandoned in an O'Hare warehouse will turn over the dogs to federal authorities as requested by officials with the Centers for of Disease Control and Prevention, an attorney representing a Chicago rescue group said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Chef partnerships becoming more common during COVID-19 pandemic as pros adapt to survive
As pros look for ways to survive, collaborative efforts like shared kitchens, ghost kitchens and joint pop-ups have seen a new lift in recent months.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Peoria high school mourns after 4 recent graduates killed in car crash
Teachers and staff at a central Illinois high school are mourning the weekend deaths of four young women who were killed when their vehicle left a roadway and slammed into a tree.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Trump vs. Biden: Track the race for president in key battleground states
The race for the White House will be determined in 13 key battleground states and a pair of congressional districts.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's what's happening Monday with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Pandemic-related canning supply shortages real in Illinois, but there are solutions
The pandemic-related trend that saw more people trying their hand at home gardening may have led to a bountiful harvest of fresh produce, but it's left some scrambling to find canning supplies as they try to save the last of their colorful crops to enjoy during the winter.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Kenosha officer thought Jacob Blake was trying to abduct child and said Blake turned toward him with knife, his lawyer says
The Kenosha police officer who shot Jacob Blake thought Blake was trying to abduct one of his own children and that Blake started turning toward the officer while holding a knife.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Daywatch: Illinois Dems look to win more suburban seats, what Chicago employers are doing to help get out the vote and educators embrace outdoor preschool
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Illinois Democrats look to win more suburban state legislative seats in November despite corruption probe
All 118 Illinois House seats and 22 of 59 state Senate seats are on the ballot this fall. But because 52 House and 11 Senate races are uncontested, a handful of competitive districts — largely in the suburbs — will determine whether Democrats lose or add to their veto-proof majorities in both chambers. Democrats currently hold supermajorities of 74-44 in the House and 40-19 in the Senate, meaning Republicans would need a historic number of victories to take control of either chamber outright.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Column: The shooting of Breonna Taylor wasn't just tragic. It was criminal.
Breonna Taylor made mistakes, but her life cannot be used to justify her death, Dahleen Glanton writes.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

3 women shot while sitting on South Side porch, police say
Three women were shot Sunday night while they were sitting on a porch, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

9 shot in multiple shootings within 2 hours Sunday
Nine people were shot — two of them fatally — in five shootings within just two hours Sunday, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Two 14-year-olds injured in Far South Side shooting, police say
Two 14-year-old boys were shot during a drive-by Sunday afternoon on the Far South Side, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Tracking Chicago homicide victims
Chicago homicides victims: Charts, maps tracking shooting victims

Chicago Tribune
Sep 28, 2020

Woman, 27, faces murder charge in fatal stabbing of 5-year-old girl, police say
A 27-year-old woman is facing one count of first-degree murder after a 5-year-old girl, who Chicago police say was her daughter, was stabbed to death Saturday morning.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Car crashes into Michigan Avenue jewelry store
A car crashed into a jewelry store in the Loop on Sunday afternoon after fleeing police, according to authorities.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Prosecutors: Felon accused of masterminding River North hotel rape in order to file a bogus lawsuit
Cook County prosecutors on Sunday said a Woodlawn man out on bail for a Joliet cellphone store robbery was the brains behind a plan for a woman to be sexually assaulted at a River North hotel last month with the objective of later suing the hotel for lax security.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Gary police catch fatal shooting in progress, shoot armed man; union says officers performed in ‘heroic fashion'
Gary police responded to a shots fired call early Sunday, resulting in a fatality and the officer-involved shooting of the suspect, authorities said.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

A bike ride for justice: ‘We all have to work together for peace in this city'
The event also sought to bring awareness to the 2020 census, specifically on Chicago's West Side.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Chicago representative leads bike rally for justice, census
People join together in a "Sunrise Ride for Justice" bike ride on Sept. 27, 2020, promoting various issues, including the 2020 census, at Columbus Park in Chicago. The ride, organized by State Rep. La Shawn Ford, had a planned route through parts of Austin, Maywood and Oak Park.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Ann Arbor decriminalizes magic mushrooms, psychedelic plants
The city of Ann Arbor has decriminalized psychedelic plants and fungi, including magic mushrooms, and police officers will no longer make them an enforcement focus.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

COVID-19 in Illinois by the numbers: Here's a daily update on cases, positivity rate and hospital data in your area
Here's where Illinois' 11 regions stand on the key metrics that would prompt the state to restrict activities to contain an outbreak.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 14 new deaths, 1,604 new confirmed cases and 50,822 new test results
As the coronavirus spreads, the Tribune is tracking Illinois cases here.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: 1,604 new known COVID-19 cases and 14 additional deaths reported Sunday
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's what happened Sept. 25-26 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Slain woman's body discovered in river on North Side, police say
Two citizens found a woman's body in the North Branch of the Chicago River early Sunday, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 27, 2020

Woman's body discovered in river on North Side, police say
Two citizens found a woman's body in the North Branch of the Chicago River early Sunday, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 26, 2020

15-year-old boy critically injured in Far South Side shooting, police say
A 15-year-old boy was shot in the head Saturday night on the Far South Side, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 26, 2020

15-year-old boy killed in Far South Side shooting, police say
A 15-year-old boy was shot in the head Saturday night on the Far South Side, according to Chicago police.

Chicago Tribune
Sep 26, 2020

Duckworth to vote ‘no' on Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination while Durbin says he doesn't know if she's qualified
Sen. Tammy Duckworth to vote "not," Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin says he doesn't know if Amy Coney Barrett is qualified for Supreme Court

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