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May 11, 2021

Soldier Field security firm worker shoots longtime acquaintance to death over worker's wife visiting with her ex-boyfriend, prosecutors say
A state-licensed security guard who worked at Soldier Field ended his shift and went to the home of a longtime acquaintance, then shot the man to death because the guard was angry his wife had been visiting with her ex-boyfriend at the East Garfield Park home, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Woman seriously injured in hit-and-run in Lakeview
A 21-year-old woman was seriously injured Tuesday evening in a hit-and-run in Lakeview, Chicago police said.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

3 U.S. Army soldiers accused of illegally selling weapons used in Chicago shootings
Three U.S. Army soldiers are accused of conspiring to buy firearms in Tennessee and illegally sell them in Chicago, where the weapons were traced to at least one mass shooting and other gun attacks, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

With younger teens now vaccine eligible, schools aim to be their source for COVID-19 shots: ‘Make it available in a place they already are'
If students get shots now, it will help schools reopen next the fall, one official said.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

The Spin: Rahm Emanuel to soon get President Biden's nod as Japan ambassador: reports | Pritzker's budget for adults with disabilities falls short, critics say | Illinois House gets shot-and-a-beer legislation
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Soldier Field security guard shoots longtime acquaintance to death over guard's wife visiting with her ex-boyfriend, prosecutors say
A state-licensed security guard who worked at Soldier Field ended his shift and went to the home of a longtime acquaintance, then shot the man to death because the guard was angry his wife had been visiting with her ex-boyfriend at the East Garfield Park home, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

No charges filed in shooting death of 12-year-old girl in Hazel Crest; ‘a tragic accident' police say
Hazel Crest police said Tuesday that no charges will be filed in connection with Saturday's shooting death of a 12-year-old Chicago girl in what the chief said was "a tragic accident."

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

COVID-19 vaccines did not impact placentas during pregnancy, according to Northwestern study
Researchers who studied the placentas of vaccinated pregnant women saw no evidence of injury from vaccines.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Illinois Supreme Court weighs harshness of 19-year-old's life sentence
Fifteen years after the U.S. Supreme Court decreed that minors' lack of maturity warrants different treatment in criminal courts from adults, the state's high court hears oral arguments about applying similar standards to those under 21.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Study links short stays at Cook County Jail early in the pandemic to the spread of COVID-19 in Black and Latino neighborhoods after inmates' release
Study finds that brief stays in Chicago's Cook County Jail fueled racial disparities in the spread of COVID-19 early in the pandemic.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Man stabbed to death in dispute over children playing too early in the day, prosecutors say
A 55-year-old Englewood man stabbed to death the 32-year-old boyfriend of his grandchildren's mother Sunday morning in a dispute over the younger man's children playing too raucously early in the day, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Onetime law student sentenced to 27 years in federal prison for terrorizing teen girl online
Niles native and former law school student sentenced to 27 years in prison for "sextorting" a girl and at least four other teens over a four-year period.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Column: ‘It's a beautiful struggle.' Evanston principal and his brother share their story of homelessness and healing in ‘Brotherly Love.'
Oakton Elementary principal Michael Allen and his brother Gilbert want their book to help middle school kids feel believed in and supported.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: State passes 10 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered; 1,562 new cases and 26 deaths reported Tuesday
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Illinois surpasses 10 million COVID-19 vaccinations as daily average of new cases dips below 2,000
More than 10 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have now been administered in Illinois, while the daily average of new coronavirus cases over the past week dipped below 2,000 for the first time in over a month

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

SWAT team responds to report of men with guns at South Loop commercial building, suspects released when pistol-whipped victim and 2nd partygoer won't press charges, police say
A SWAT team was sent early Tuesday to a South Loop building after a call about men with guns and released five suspects after partygoers police believe the group attacked declined to press charges, police said.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: State passes 10 million vaccine doses administered; 1,562 new cases and 26 deaths reported Tuesday
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Group of cases involving a controversial former Chicago police detective who is married to a judge are moved out of Cook County
Cook County judges will no longer preside over eight cases involving a controversial former Chicago police detective who is married to one of their fellow judges, the Tribune has learned.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Illinois COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 39,730 additional people fully vaccinated for a total of 4,552,454 — 35.73% of the state's population including 72.12% of those over 65. 58,709 doses administered yesterday.
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
May 11, 2021

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 26 new deaths, 1,562 new confirmed and probable cases and 46,334 new test results. The statewide positivity rate for cases is 2.8%.
As the pandemic continues, the Tribune is tracking Illinois deaths, cases, test results and more here.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Teen driver expected to be charged after 62-year-old grandmother killed in Posen crash on Mother's Day, mayor says
A 17-year-old driver is expected to be charged in the Mother's Day traffic death of a grandmother killed as she was leaving church, the mayor of Posen said.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Former teacher at Catholic schools in Joliet diocese is arrested, posts bond after accusation of child grooming, police say
A former Joliet diocesan teacher charged with traveling to meet a child and grooming was arrested early Tuesday after being released from the hospital, police said in a news release.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Chicago-area health systems hope to start vaccinating kids ages 12 to 15 Thursday
Doctors from Advocate Aurora Health, NorthShore University HealthSystem and Comer Children's Hospital said they plan to give COVID-19 shots to children ages 12 to 15 at vaccination clinics.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Chicago reopening latest: What does Illinois' upcoming bridge phase mean for entertainment in Chicago?
Below is an updating list of all of the museums, theaters and more that have reopened as well as concerts, festivals and other events that have been rescheduled or confirmed for 2021.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Mokena police say woman had her car, purse taken at gunpoint Monday night
Mokena police said a woman was robbed of her car, purse and phone Monday evening outside a CVS Pharmacy

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

COVID-19 vaccines for kids 12 to 15 begin at Chicago city-run sites Thursday; no appointment needed
Parents must be present and will also be encouraged to get vaccinated.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

15-year-old charged with attempted murder of ride-share driver paralyzed in shooting, cops say
A 15-year-old boy has been charged in connection with the shooting of a rideshare driver who was left paralyzed in the attack, Chicago police announced Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Watch live: Dr. Arwady, Chicago health officials provide a COVID vaccine update
Dr. Arwady, Chicago health officials provide a COVID and vaccine update. Watch live here.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

55-year-old charged with fatally stabbing man in Englewood in domestic attack, cops say
A 55-year-old Englewood man has been charged with stabbing to death a 32-year-old Sunday morning, police announced Tuesday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Chicago Archdiocese announces Catholic parish mergers for Northwest, Southwest sides
Several Catholic parishes on the Northwest and Southwest sides will consolidate as part of the Archdiocese of Chicago's restructuring efforts, officials announced late Monday.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Ambassador Rahm Emanuel: Former Chicago mayor reportedly President Joe Biden's pick for Japan
President Joe Biden is expected to select former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel as his ambassador to Japan, according to multiple reports Tuesday.The move would give Biden a deeply experienced government tactician and political veteran in a prominent foreign post, but the choice is also certain to receive criticism from some in the Democratic Party's progressive wing who have been critical of Emanuel's eight-year tenure as Chicago mayor.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Wisconsin Republicans to vote on flurry of bills to make absentee voting harder, but Gov. Tony Evers vows to veto any that pass
Wisconsin Republican lawmakers have introduced more than a dozen bills making changes to state election law. Evers has signaled that he will veto any that pass the Legislature.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

65-year-old dies day after fire in Margate Park senior living building
The 65-year-old man injured in a fire in his Margate Park neighborhood senior living apartment a day earlier died Tuesday morning, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Dispute over dice game leaves 1 man fatally shot, another hurt in stabbing, Chicago police say
Chicago detectives are investigating the fatal shooting of one man and the stabbing injury of another, possibly the outcome of a dispute over a dice game, police said.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 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
May 11, 2021

Schools race to track down students who stopped showing up to class as surge in dropout rate feared
Soaring numbers of students who are failing classes or are chronically absent have education experts fearing the worst

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

‘We were just shocked': Driver of vehicle that struck architect Helmut Jahn in fatal Campton Hills bike crash recounts incident
One of the drivers in the fatal crash that killed architect Helmut Jahn describes what happened in the Campton Township bike accident.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Daywatch: FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine for kids 12 and up, Navy Pier Flyover trail is finally complete and 20 new and returning restaurants
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

SWAT team responds to report of 4 men with guns in South Loop commercial building, police say
Chicago police had been on scene of a SWAT call in the South Loop for hours early Tuesday, where a caller reported four men with guns.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

SWAT team responds to report of 4 men with guns in South Loop commercial building: Chicago police
Chicago police had been on scene of a SWAT call in the South Loop for hours early Tuesday, where a caller reported four men with guns.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Providers say Pritzker's budget for adults with disabilities falls short of solving long-standing problems
Three years after a federal judge found Illinois had failed to meet the standards of a consent decree mandating sufficient services to residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Gov. J.B. Pritzker's proposed budget falls far short of a state-funded study's recommendation to address the problem.

Chicago Tribune
May 11, 2021

Column: Raising questions about the way Tucker Carlson raises questions.
Did Fox News host Tucker Carlson get the COVID-19 vaccine from Anthony Fauci while high-fiving Joe Biden? I'm just asking the question.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Helmut Jahn's Chicago legacy: Photos of his buildings that changed the city and beyond
The Chicago-area architectural legacy of Helmut Jahn stretches from downtown skyscrapers to suburban post offices. After his death in a bike accident Saturday afternoon, his inspired designs — large and small, far, far above ground as well as underground — remain.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

15-year-old boy shot in Englewood
Teen shot in the right leg and suffers a graze wound to his neck, according to police.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Illinois bridge phase metrics: Daily updates on trends in coronavirus cases, deaths, hospitalizations and vaccinations — and progress toward full reopening
With the state on the cusp of the bridge phase, Illinois health officials are tracking statewide metrics to make sure the outbreak is held in check.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Waukegan woman identified as victim of fatal Friday crash
Shaneera Bell, 27, of Waukegan, died from blunt force trauma after she was partially ejected from her vehicle, police said Monday. A passenger in her car, a Waukegan man in his 20s, was taken to a hospital with what police said were non-life-threatening injuries.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

‘We were just shocked': Driver of vehicle that struck architect Helmut Jahn in fatal Campton Hills bike crash recounts accident
One of the drivers in the fatal crash that killed architect Helmut Jahn describes what happened in the Campton Township bike accident.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Great Lakes water level surge eases after 2 record-setting years: ‘This is one of the drier years we've seen in some time'
A spell of dry, mild weather is giving the Great Lakes a break after two years of high water that has shattered records and heavily damaged shoreline roads and homes, officials said Monday.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

The Spin: Republican U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger compares GOP to ‘The Titanic' | Lightfoot silent on stolen city emails | Pressured by Biden administration, Chicago mayor delays decision on scrap shredder
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

The Spin: Republican US Rep. Adam Kinzinger compares GOP to ‘The Titanic' | Lightfoot silent on stolen city emails | Pressured by Biden administration, Chicago mayor delays decision on scrap shredder
Welcome to The Spin, the Chicago Tribune's politics newsletter.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Bob Wallace, versatile news reporter and anchor at Channel 2 for many years, dies at 80
Longtime Chicago TV newsman Bob Wallace, an affable and award-winning reporter, news anchor and talk show host, dies.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Tinley Park water leak prompts concerns of possible well contamination
A water main break at the former Tinley Park Mental Health Center in that village has spilled more than 2 million gallons and prompted concerns about potential contamination of nearby wells

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Water leak at former Tinley Park Mental Health Center prompts concerns of possible well contamination
A water main break at the former Tinley Park Mental Health Center in that village has spilled more than 2 million gallons and prompted concerns about potential contamination of nearby wells.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

COVID-19 vaccination clinics being opened in downtown buildings as efforts to get shots into more arms continue ahead of expected wider reopening
The state and the city of Chicago are partnering with building owners to make vaccination clinics available to workers in major commercial buildings in downtown Chicago and other cities across Illinois

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

2 teens shot to death at Markham gas station
Two teens were shot to death Sunday evening at a gas station at 167th Street and Pulaski Road in Markham

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Column: Kids as young as 12 are cleared to get the COVID-19 vaccine. How parents can ease their fears.
Kids are acutely aware of the national dialogue around the COVID-19 vaccine. It's important to take their concerns seriously, health experts say.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Aurora police investigate 2 Sunday shootings
Police were called to two shootings Sunday.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Children aren't adults, even if cancer research too often treats them that way
In the federal budget for cancer research, only a tiny slice is for kids; parents have long sought more child-centered research and treatment.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Judge dismisses felony charges against Gary councilman in 2019 stolen car incident
Lake Superior Court Judge Salvador Vasquez dismissed the charges against Ronald G. Brewer, 45, after he successfully completed a six-month pre-trial diversion program.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

3 Chicago men killed in explosion near Starved Rock are identified. Investigation still ‘open and ongoing.'
The LaSalle County coroner on Monday identified the three men from Chicago who were killed Thursday when they ignited a black powder substance that exploded along a bank of the Illinois River next to Starved Rock State Park.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Indiana man, a former Park Forest police officer, accused of molesting girl over 14 years, according to charges
A former Park Forest, Illinois, police officer has been charged in Lake Superior Court with molesting a girl over a 14-year period, telling police she could only estimate "1,500 times," according to an affidavit.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Column: Kids ages 12-15 will likely get COVID-19 vaccine approval this week. How parents can ease their fears.
Kids are acutely aware of the national dialogue around the COVID-19 vaccine: the side effects, the hesitancy, the rollout inequities, the misinformation. It's important to take their concerns seriously, health experts say, even as you emphasize the safety and efficacy of the shots.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Chicago Park District starts online registration for summer camps, which will look closer to normal than drastically reduced 2020 programs
The Chicago Park District will run camps for all ages again this year after drastically reducing offerings and camper numbers in 2020, with online registration started Monday for the west half of the city and registration for the east half starting Tuesday, officials said.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Chicago reopening latest: Doc10 becomes the first Chicago 2021 film festival to venture back indoors
Below is an updating list of all of the museums, theaters and more that have reopened as well as concerts, festivals and other events that have been rescheduled or confirmed for 2021.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: COVID-19 positivity rate in state lowest in more than a month; 1,424 new cases and 12 deaths reported Monday
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Illinois COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 46,643 additional people fully vaccinated for a total of 4,512,724 — 35.42% of the state's population including 71.92% of those over 65. 70,426 doses administered yesterday.
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
May 10, 2021

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 12 new deaths, 1,424 new confirmed and probable cases and 41,133 new test results. The statewide positivity rate for cases is 2.8%.
As the pandemic continues, the Tribune is tracking Illinois deaths, cases, test results and more here.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

COVID-19 positivity rate in Illinois lowest in more than a month, and hospitalizations also down
Public health officials reported the lowest statewide COVID-19 positivity rate in more than a month Monday, the weekly average of total statewide hospitalizations fell below 2,000 for the third day in a row.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

2 Chicago men dead, 1 person seriously hurt in Joliet crash, officials say
A single-car crash that caused the vehicle to split apart and eject one person early Monday left two people dead and a third seriously injured in Joliet, officials said.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Work on Navy Pier Flyover — key to improving Lakefront Trail — is complete, Chicago officials say
Chicago city officials have completed the Navy Pier flyover trail, a much-touted project aimed at expanding spaces where the North and South lakefront trails connect.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

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

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Here's what you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines in Illinois
The state has passed more than 9.5 million total COVID vaccines administered so far.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

How to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Chicago
All Illinois residents, including those in Chicago, who are 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Chicago woman, 24, leads police on interstate chase near Chesterton; faces 11 charges
As the trooper stopped the vehicle, he saw that the driver never placed the Jeep in park and kept her foot on the brake.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

12-year-old fatally shot in Hazel Crest over weekend
A 12-year-old Chicago girl was fatally shot in a homicide Saturday night in Hazel Crest and local authorities have not released information about the shooting.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Ex-Illinois secretary of state worker sentenced to 18 months in prison for defrauding the state out of nearly $350,000
A former administrator with the Illinois Secretary of State's office has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for defrauding the state out of nearly $350,000 over a nine-year period.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

What's allowed as Illinois and Chicago reopen: The rules for restaurants, gyms, concerts, conventions and more
As the city and state enter a new phase in reopening, a range of expanded activities will be allowed — from live performances to expanded capacity in businesses, gyms and other institutions.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

COVID-19 vaccination clinics offered to major office buildings in Chicago and around Illinois
The state and city of Chicago are partnering with building owners to make vaccination clinics available to workers in major commercial buildings in downtown Chicago and other cities across Illinois

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

2 dead, 1 seriously injured in Joliet crash, police say
A single-car crash that caused the vehicle to split apart and eject one person early Monday left two people dead and a third seriously injured in Joliet, officials said.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Chicago reopening latest: Dance for Life is coming back to Millennium Park stage this summer, with some admissions for free
Below is an updating list of all of the museums, theaters and more that have reopened as well as concerts, festivals and other events that have been rescheduled or confirmed for 2021.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Why Black women are more likely than white women to die of breast cancer
Inferior screening and structural racism contribute to higher breast cancer deaths in Black women, experts say.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Man, 65, critically injured in Margate Park fire in senior living building
A 65-year-old man was critically injured when a couch caught fire in an apartment in a senior living high-rise in the Margate Park neighborhood early Monday, according to Chicago fire officials.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Watch live: Mayor Lightfoot, Gov. Pritzker give a COVID-19 vaccine update
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot will join Gov. J.B. Pritzker and others to give an update on Chicago's vaccination efforts in a briefing scheduled for 9 a.m. Watch live here.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

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
May 10, 2021

Daywatch: COVID tests drop as vaccinations increase, remembering ‘star-chitect' Helmut Jahn and how five Chicago buyers found homes
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Family of Anthony Alvarez struggles with his public death, asks that ‘policing failures' be addressed after his fatal shooting by an officer
The past month has left the Alvarez family distraught, beginning with those initial confusing and desperate early morning hours as they relied on news reports and a smartphone app for information about why their loved one had never made it home.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

In high tax states such as Illinois, there's plenty at stake in politically charged debate over cap on state and local tax deductions
A politically fractious debate over a cap on deductions for state and local taxes has special relevance in high-tax states like Illinois

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

Column: Going to the Grammys with Beyoncé and Jay-Z and other weird COVID dreams
Maybe the dreams are just stress-related, Dahleen Glanton writes.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

‘I think we'll be testing forever': Testing remains a vital tool in war on COVID-19, despite growing number of vaccinations
Doctors say COVID-19 vaccines are working in reducing testing demand, but they caution people about letting their guard down. People should still get tested if they have symptoms.

Chicago Tribune
May 10, 2021

5 things to know about the need for ongoing COVID-19 testing
As Illinois begins to reopen, here are five things to know about the ongoing need for coronavirus testing.

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 2021

Box turtle survey — with a canine assist — helps researchers understand where risks to human health might emerge
One of the mottos of the lab is "saving the world one box turtle at a time."

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 2021

Teen, 17, charged with April rifle shooting in Little Village that left 1 dead, 1 with graze wound
Though teen had no prior criminal background, the judge denied bail, calling the shooting "just mind-boggling."

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 2021

Ed Ward, rock critic for Rolling Stone and others, and historian for NPR's ‘Fresh Air,' dead at 72
Ed Ward, an uncompromising rock ‘n' roll critic for Rolling Stone, The Austin American-Statesman and other publications who was also the rock historian on NPR's "Fresh Air."

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 2021

Helmut Jahn, Chicago's ‘star-chitect' to the world, was the visionary behind United's O'Hare terminal and Thompson Center
Jahn, who died Saturday from injuries suffered in a cycling accident outside west suburban St. Charles, was one of Chicago's preeminent architects and designer of buildings known across the globe.

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 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
May 09, 2021

Where the coronavirus data stands in the U.S. and world: Vaccinations, cases and deaths
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe countries — and states in the U.S. — are dealing with wave and wave of illness. As hot spots shift, these charts will be updated daily with new totals.

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 2021

Illinois COVID-19 vaccine tracker: 52,443 additional people fully vaccinated for a total of 4,466,081 — 35.05% of the state's population including 71.79% of those over 65. 80,843 doses administered yesterday.
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
May 09, 2021

Daily Illinois coronavirus graphs: 30 new deaths, 1,741 new confirmed and probable cases and 65,930 new test results. The statewide positivity rate for cases is 2.9%.
As the pandemic continues, the Tribune is tracking Illinois deaths, cases, test results and more here.

Chicago Tribune
May 09, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here's what happened May 9 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
May 09, 2021

Coronavirus in Illinois updates: 80,843 administered vaccine doses, 1,741 new cases and 30 additional deaths reported Sunday
Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.

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