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One officer was shot and wounded, and another suffered injuries during a Thursday morning shootout near the Grand Central police district.
Organizer Torben Sondergaard took to social media to request assistance from President Trump as religious event continues through Sunday.
A day after Gov. Pritzker warned of new restrictions, state health officials announced 1,772 new coronavirus cases, the most since May 24.
Through their nonprofit, the high school seniors sold more than 6,000 boxes of candy, with profits going to a local hospital.
Northwestern University plans to spend $1 million in Evanston for a sixth consecutive year and pilot a $500,000 grant program.
The Trinity Christian College alum has taken on an active role in a community he has lived in for 6 years.
A year after Lenny Kobilca suffered a spinal cord injury that forced him to use a wheelchair, community members will renovate his family's backyard.
Ald. O'Shea wants City Council hearings on poor mail delivery so the postmaster general's office can hear directly from angry Chicagoans.
Hall of Famer Henson, who guided the 'Flyin' Illini to the 1989 Final Four, was the school's all-time winningest coach with 423 victories.
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