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State Board of Elections executive…

The executive director of the Illinois State Board of Elections is resigning a little…
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Officials see ‘real signs of progress’…

Some coronavirus metrics in Illinois have improved slightly this week as the state draws…
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Tracing COVID-19 variants at Rush University…

A new lab at Rush University Medical Center is dedicated to tracking and tracing COVID-19…
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Evanston to pay $90,000 to settle lawsuits…

Evanston aldermen approved paying $90,000 to settle a lawsuit brought against the city…
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Woman fatally shot outside south suburban…

A 29-year-old woman was shot twice outside a grocery store in south suburban Harvey on…
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Column: Couples’ sex lives took a…

Sex therapist Ian Kerner's new book, "So Tell Me About The Last Time You Had Sex" arrives…
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Tribune Publishing sets May 21 shareholder…

Tribune Publishing set a May 21 date for shareholders to vote on whether to accept hedge…
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Wisconsin, Iowa moved down on Chicago’s…

The travel order is updated every two weeks and goes into effect Friday at midnight.
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700-plus Naperville D203 students quarantined…

The number of Naperville School District 203 students forced to go into 14-day quarantine…
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Christian rights group objects to Glenview…

Liberty Counsel calls "forced vaccination" a violation of "individual, economic, and…
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Ahead of Chauvin verdict in Minneapolis,…

The city is prepared to arrest and prosecute any potential looters or rioters following…
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she expects…

She said the city has been talking with the Bulls and Blackhawks, and they have “very…
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