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Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Foxx stunned as some public defenders arranged for coronavirus vaccine at Cook County Jail ahead of her staff
Some Cook County public defenders received a COVID-19 vaccine at the Cook County Jail this week, unbeknownst to leaders of the Cook County state's attorney's office who told the Tribune they had no idea arrangements were being made.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

COVID-19 remote learning quashes traditional snow day: ‘The luster has worn off'
As the many suburban Chicago school districts that have reopened for in-person instruction deftly pivoted to remote learning Tuesday, it raised the question: Could this mean the death of the traditional snow day?

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Some areas of Chicago top 6 inches of snow as storm tails off, but lake-effect snow expected to continue into Wednesday
The National Weather Service expected 5 to 8 inches of snow in the Chicago area from a system that hit much of the Midwest. The snowfall didn't come as quickly as expected, but forecasters remained confident in their predictions.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: City spared from 8 inches of snow, though lake-effect snow will add to piles
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

The Spin: White House news of more vaccine doses ‘heartening,' Gov. Pritzker says | Lightfoot, teachers union hit stalemate | Pritzker administration facing federal probe after approving scrap shredder on Southeast Side
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Illinois told to expect a boost in vaccine shipments as limited indoor dining returns to many suburbs
Limited indoor dining is now allowed in four suburban counties under Gov. J.B. Pritzker's COVID-19 reopening plan, state public health officials announced Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Watch live: Lightfoot, CPS chief provide update on reopening plan
Mayor Lori Lightfoot and CPS CEO Janice Jackson provide an update on the district's reopening plan. Watch live here.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Illinois tax revenue losses lower than expected during pandemic, U. of I. study finds
Illinois' loss of tax revenue because of the pandemic was much lower than experts predicted in the spring when COVID-19 first took hold, but "tremendous uncertainties" persist moving forward, a University of Illinois study found.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: 3,667 new COVID-19 cases and 87 more deaths reported Tuesday as CPS halts in-person learning for students already back as teachers strike looms
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

CPS halts in-person learning for students already back as teachers strike looms; district still aims to open elementary schools Monday
CPS said it "has no choice but to ask parents to keep your children home tomorrow."

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Sen. Mitt Romney calls out fellow Republicans for pushing stolen election myth, says it makes achieving unity more difficult
In an Economic Club of Chicago livestream interview, Sen. Mitt Romney calls out fellow Republicans for pushing stolen election myth, saying it makes achieving unity more difficult

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago health department cancels vaccine appointments for some teachers who mistakenly signed up for slots meant for health care workers
The city of Chicago canceled an unspecified number of vaccine appointments made by teachers who inadvertently signed up using a code meant for health care workers.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

‘COP House' plan gets go-ahead on Chicago's Far South Side
A Far South Side alderman may get an outpost for Chicago police in a house located in a high-crime area after all, as part of a two-year program despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot's opposition to his plan for a more permanent setup. Ald. Anthony Beale, 9th, one of Lightfoot's most outspoken council critics, has long wanted to establish a "COP House" in a house in the Roseland neighborhood.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Lansing police tamp down rumors of carjacking following teen's death in weekend attempt
Lansing police try to tamp down rumors of a carjacking after a Saturday evening carjacking attempt that left a 15-year-old boy dead

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Plans to protect affordable housing in Pilsen, near 606 park move forward to full City Council
Chicago aldermen on Tuesday advanced plans aimed at slowing gentrification in the Pilsen neighborhood on the Near South Side and near The 606 elevated park on the Northwest Side.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

As region moves to Tier 1, COVID-19 restrictions set to loosen in North Shore towns
With the Illinois Department of Public Health's recent move to loosen up some COVID-19 restrictions in suburban Chicago, officials across the North Shore plan to reopen shuttered public buildings.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Local Chicago volunteers help disabled, older residents clear snow: ‘I feel like somebody cares'
Chicago's requirement that sidewalks be shoveled after a snowfall might be an inconvenience for most homeowners, but it presents challenges for disabled residents and older homeowners. Volunteers are trying fix that.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Volunteers turn out to shovel for seniors, disabled
Volunteers shovel snow for senior citizens and disabled.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Former Wheeler High School teacher sentenced to 12 years for receiving child porn
According to documents in the case, Kunze, a former Wheeler High School teacher, used his position of authority at the school to cause one of his minor students to take and send him sexually explicit photos.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Man, 29, faces murder charge after fatal Little Village shooting, police say
A 29-year-old man is facing a first-degree murder charge after Chicago police say he was involved in a fatal shooting Sunday in Little Village.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: City spared from 8 inches of snow, though afternoon flurries will add to piles
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago area snow totals shy of forecast, but storm not letting up and winter storm warning still on for city, DuPage and Lake counties
The National Weather Service expected 5 to 8 inches of snow in the Chicago area from a system that hit much of the Midwest. The snowfall didn't come as quickly as expected, but forecasters remained confident in their predictions.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

‘My boyfriend is literally trying to kill me!' Suspended Chicago cop charged in gambling case to remain jailed after alleged domestic attack
A suspended Chicago police officer charged in a sports gambling scheme will remain behind bars after a federal judge heard a desperate 911 call from his girlfriend.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 87 new deaths, 3,667 new confirmed and probable cases and 69,285 new test results
As the pandemic continues, the Tribune is tracking Illinois deaths, cases, test results and more here.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Walgreens, Jewel-Osco, Walmart and Cook County scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments, though demand is great and doses scarce
Walgreens, Jewel-Osco, Walmart and suburban Cook County are now scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments for eligible Chicago-area residents.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: Expressways cleared, but city ‘not completely out of the woods yet'
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Work underway to fill sinkholes and stabilize parts of the lakefront on the South Side as first major storm of the season strikes
Work has started near the South Shore Cultural Center, where sinkholes have developed, and Arthur Ashe Beach Park off East 74th Street, where the sidewalk is in trouble, the Park District said.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Shoreline protection work underway
The Chicago Park District is bolstering the Lake Michigan shoreline as storms and erosion continue to ravage sections of the lakefront. Work has started near the South Shore Cultural Center, where sinkholes have developed.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

No changes to Chicago travel order as all states except Hawaii remain under negative COVID-19 test or quarantine requirement
Travelers coming to Chicago from any state except Hawaii will continue to be subject to the city's travel order restrictions, according to a Tuesday update.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: 3,667 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases and 87 additional deaths reported Tuesday
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Watch live: Dr. Allison Arwady hosts a COVID-19 vaccine Q&A
Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady is expected to hold a Q&A on the coronavirus vaccine. Watch live here.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Column: Will remote learning spell the end of snow days? I sure hope not.
Pandemic workarounds may have eliminated the need for snow days, logistically. But psychologically? We need them more than ever.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

City shuts down gallery hosting a private party during Chicago's first weekend reopened for indoor business
Chicago art gallery closed for COVID-19 violations, but otherwise high level of compliance

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Crestwood mayor gets December trial date on federal bribery charges
A jury trial has been set for December for Crestwood Mayor Louis Presta on charges alleging he took an envelope stuffed with cash bribes from a representative of clout-heavy red light camera company.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Wisconsin priest who livestreamed exorcisms he said were to root out voter fraud leaves Catholic diocese in Madison
The Diocese of Madison said it and the Rev. John Zuhlsdorf reached a mutual decision on his departure and he will relocate "to pursue other opportunities."

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

What is allowed and not allowed in Illinois' COVID tiers plan? And where does your region stand?
With indoor dining returning throughout parts of the Chicago area there is new attention on the state's system for managing COVID mitigations. Here is where the regions stand and what is allowed under the guidelines.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago area overnight snow totals shy of forecast for now, but storm not letting up and winter storm warning still on for city, northern Illinois counties
The National Weather Service expected 5 to 8 inches of snow in the Chicago area from a system that hit much of the Midwest. The snowfall didn't come as quickly as expected, but forecasters remained confident in their predictions.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Limited indoor dining now allowed in four suburban counties including DuPage and Lake
Limited indoor dining is now allowed in four suburban counties under Gov. J.B. Pritzker's COVID-19 reopening plan, state public health officials announced Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Your submissions: Chicago-area snow photos
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Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: Snow piles up largely north and west of city, with more expected Tuesday
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Jan. 26 snowstorm map: How much did it snow near you?
While the winter storm hasn't yet lived up to its originally forecast expectations, the storm did drop snow across the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago area overnight snow totals shy of forecast but storm not letting up, with winter warning into afternoon for city, northern Illinois counties
The National Weather Service expected 5 to 8 inches of snow in the Chicago area from a system that hit much of the Midwest. The snowfall didn't come as quickly as expected, but forecasters remained confident in their predictions.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: Winter storm warning canceled south of city, but roads ‘not in great shape this morning'
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

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
Jan 26, 2021

Daywatch: Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine, feds investigating Pritzker EPA and Hinsdale South grad at center of ‘Bachelor' drama
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: Winter storm warning canceled in some areas, but roads ‘not in great shape this morning'
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Chicago's 10 largest snowfalls since 1886 — and how the Tribune covered them
With a major winter storm blanketing the area, here is a look back at Chicago's largest blizzards and how the Tribune covered them.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

Feds investigating Pritzker EPA for approving new scrap shredder on Chicago's heavily polluted Southeast Side
The probe announced Monday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency comes amid a separate-but-related investigation of Mayor Lori Lightfoot's administration.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 26, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Kyle and Wendy Rittenhouse focused on social media comments as teen asked for a lawyer and did not answer cops' questions, new video shows
Kyle Rittenhouse and his mother fixated on social media comments about them in the hours after he fatally shot two men, according to video released Monday that also shows the teen immediately asked for a lawyer when he sat down with detectives and did not answer their questions.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

4 to 8 inches forecast overnight for Chicago's northern neighborhoods and near the lake as biggest snowstorm in 2 years hits
What's expected to be the biggest snowstorm to hit the Chicago area in about two years should start hitting the far south suburbs before rush hour Monday, with snow spreading north as the afternoon wears on, according to the National Weather Service.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Kyle Rittenhouse police interview video
Kyle Rittenhouse and his mother, Wendy, speak with Kenosha police at the Antioch Police Department in the hours after he shot three people, two of them fatally.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's what happened Jan. 25 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
Jan 25, 2021

4 to 8 inches forecast overnight for Chicago's north neighborhoods and near the lake as biggest snowstorm in 2 years hits
What's expected to be the biggest snowstorm to hit the Chicago area in about two years should start hitting the far south suburbs before rush hour Monday, with snow spreading north as the afternoon wears on, according to the National Weather Service.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Chicago aldermen advance settlement in 2015 police traffic stop shooting
Aldermen on Monday advanced a proposal to pay $525,000 to a man who was wrongly shot by Chicago police and forgive almost $45,000 in debts he owes the city. Antwon Golatte was shot in the abdomen during a February 2015 traffic stop in the Roseland neighborhood.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

8 more cases of highly contagious coronavirus variant identified in Illinois
Eight more cases of a highly contagious coronavirus variant have been identified in Illinois, state public health officials said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

The Spin: Mayor Lori Lightfoot gets first dose of COVID-19 vaccine | President Biden asked about battle over Chicago teachers returning to classrooms | Line grows for Kelly Cassidy's state rep seat
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Eight more cases of highly contagious coronavirus variant identified in Illinois
Eight more cases of a highly contagious coronavirus variant have been identified in Illinois, state public health officials said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Aurora police investigating fatal shooting
Aurora police are investigating a fatal shooting Monday afternoon on the city's southeast side.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Dozens rally at St. Sabina in support of Pfleger, as accusers remain steadfast in allegations of decades-old abuse
Rev. Michael Pfleger supporters rally as accuser says "I'm not here because I want to be. I'm here because it's the right thing to do."

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Mother of Janari Ricks sues security company over the child's death at Cabrini-Green complex last year
The mother of a 9-year-old boy killed in Cabrini-Green last summer has sued the company contracted to provide security for the public housing complex.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Send us your Chicago-area snow photos
Submit your photo to be featured in our running gallery.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Schererville lawyer sentenced to 2 years in prison for unpaid taxes, failing to file federal tax returns
Gupta did not pay his taxes between 2007 through 2018, according to the indictment. By the end of tax year 2018, Gupta owed the IRS nearly $2 million dollars in taxes, penalties and interest, the indictment said.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

President Biden, asked about Chicago schools' reopening plan, says buildings need to be ‘safe and secure for everyone'
Reopening safely means reopening later, Chicago Teachers Union leaders and members said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Lake Forest woman killed by train in Highwood
The 53-year-old woman was struck by the commuter train about 10:34 p.m. near the intersection of Green Bay Road and Highwood Avenue, according to the Lake County Coroner's Office.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: Snow hits area as biggest winter storm in 2 years moves in
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Charged in ‘09 murder, Portage man offers to plead guilty to felony robbery: judge to decide
"If I accept it, you will be sentenced to 10 years," Clymer told Smith. "Those are my only choices. If I reject it, I throw it out and we start from scratch."

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Charged in 2009 murder, Portage man offers to plead guilty to felony robbery; judge to decide
A Portage man charged in a 2009 murder case that had gone cold until a tipster came forward to police almost nine years later offered to plead guilty to a felony robbery charge Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Chicago man charged with reckless homicide after two die in Aurora crash
A Chicago man has been charged with reckless homicide in connection to a crash in Aurora Saturday that left two people dead.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Highland jogger robbed; stolen car later found in Hammond after another theft: police
Two of the men got out of the vehicle and, while pointing guns at the jogger, demanded him to give them whatever he had on him, Banasiak said.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Retail pharmacies and suburban Cook County now scheduling vaccine appointments; 2,944 new COVID-19 cases and 49 more deaths reported
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Corrections and clarifications
Corrections and clarifications for Tuesday, Jan. 26

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Chicago weather live updates: Biggest snowstorm in 2 years begins to move into area
Here are the latest updates as a winter storm bears down on the Chicago area.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Walgreens, Jewel-Osco, Walmart and Cook County now scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments
Walgreens, Jewel-Osco, Walmart and suburban Cook County are now scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments for eligible Chicago area residents.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Teen charged in Addison carjacking is ordered to remain in custody after he threatened cops following his arrest in Chicago, prosecutors say
A 17-year-old charged with carjacking a woman in a fast-food restaurant parking lot in Addison was ordered to remain in custody Monday, and DuPage County prosecutors said they will seek to charge him as an adult.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Whiting blaze damages six-unit apartment building, barbershop
Neither residents nor any Whiting firefighters were injured during the blaze, which started around 9:11 p.m. Sunday and was extinguished around 1 a.m. Monday, Cunningham said, but the building suffered "extensive damage," including the barbershop.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

On MLK Day, Chicagoans of all ages reflect on how to apply civil rights leader's words and actions to today's world problems
At Martin Luther King Day events in the Chicago area, participants looked to the future while acknowledging the sorrow over a year marked by a deadly worldwide pandemic, unrest sparked by police violence and an attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Aurora woman dies in house fire
An Aurora woman died early Monday morning in a house fire in the city's near West Side.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Illinois reports 2,944 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases, lowest since beginning of fall surge in mid-October
Illinois public health officials on Monday reported the fewest number of new coronavirus infections since mid-October, when the massive fall surge was just getting underway.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Tinley Park's convention center to open Tuesday as COVID-19 vaccination site
Tinley Park's convention center will open Tuesday as suburban Cook County's first mass COVID-19 vaccination site, officials said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

$55.6 million O'Hare cargo project bond package advances with bolstered minority participation
Aldermen Monday gave the go-ahead to a $55.6 million O'Hare International Airport cargo expansion project bond package they had previously stalled due to concerns over low minority participation.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Column: A major Chicago snowstorm? That's what the media want you to believe!
Chicago's first major winter storm is expected to dump as much as 9 inches of snow. And once again, those of us who don't believe snow is real are being silenced by the media.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Mayor Lori Lightfoot unveils plan to send more COVID-19 vaccines to Black and Latino neighborhoods
In an effort to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates in hard-hit Black and Latino neighborhoods, Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Monday she plans to increase the number of doses for mostly South and West Side communities while partnering with local groups on a U.S. census-style outreach plan.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Expanded indoor dining, larger groups now allowed in two regions; CTU continues push for remote teaching; 2,944 new COVID-19 cases, 49 more deaths reported
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Two teens seriously injured in Lake Villa ATV accident
Police said the teens were being pulled on an inner tube by a four-wheel ATV when the tube slid into a tree line and ejected both the youths into the trees.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

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
Jan 25, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Illinois COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 1,662,775 doses delivered, 692,763 administered, average 28,171 given a day
With vaccinations underway across the U.S. and world, Illinois is still in the first phase of its program. Here's where the state stands.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Illinois COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 1,764,675 doses delivered, 719,995 administered, average 30,180 given a day
With vaccinations underway across the U.S. and world, Illinois is still in the first phase of its program. Here's where the state stands.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 49 new deaths, 2,944 new confirmed and probable cases and 74,202 new test results
As the pandemic continues, the Tribune is tracking Illinois deaths, cases, test results and more here.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Latest COVID-19 relief money covers just a quarter of pandemic costs at Illinois' public universities: Search our list for your school's allotment
Schools can use the funds for emergency grants for students, remote learning technology, PPE and other costs.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

2 brothers describe allegations of abuse by the Rev. Michael Pfleger: ‘I'm not carrying this burden, not one more year'
Brothers say that their former choir director, the Rev. Michael Pfleger, molested them dozens of times over several years beginning in the early 1970s.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Column: CPS should be making remote learning decisions based on safety, not fear that families will flee Chicago
Mayor Lori Lightfoot is worried school instability will send families packing. But the only concern right now should be staying safe in a pandemic.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Expanded indoor dining now allowed amid relaxed COVID-19 restrictions in two regions; CTU continues push for remote teaching
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

CTU continues push for remote teaching a day after announcing collective refusal to work in CPS schools: ‘The pandemic is temporary; death is permanent'
Reopening safely means reopening later, Chicago Teachers Union leaders and members said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Snowstorm approaches Chicagoland
A winter storm warning is in effect for 4 p.m. Monday to 5 p.m. Tuesday for Cook, DuPage and Will counties, with other parts of the Chicago area under warnings until midday Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Snowstorm hits Chicagoland
A winter storm warning is in effect for 4 p.m. Monday to 5 p.m. Tuesday for Cook, DuPage and Will counties, with other parts of the Chicago area under warnings until midday Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Man barricaded himself after Little Village homicide, arrest made in connection with death of 34-year-old man
A man was in police custody Monday after a fatal shooting Sunday morning in Little Village and a standoff with a man suspected in the killing, according to police.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Storm warning from Monday afternoon into Tuesday as biggest snowstorm in 2 years bears down on Chicago area
What's expected to be the biggest snowstorm to hit the Chicago area in about two years should start hitting the far south suburbs before rush hour Monday, with snow spreading north as the afternoon wears on, according to the National Weather Service.

Chicago Tribune
Jan 25, 2021

Chicago Teachers Union authorizes collective action to remain remote, but some students may return to school Feb. 1 as negotiations continue
More than 70% of rank-and-file teachers who voted chose to remain remote, but that doesn't mean in-person classes won't be held Feb. 1 as union and district continue to negotiate.

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