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Blog Post Archive

Ald. Ameya Pawar Blasts Gov. Bruce Rauner: 'You're A Racist'

"What that says to me is you're scared of people who look like me or have my skin color." [ more › ]

Illinois Congressman Gutierrez Dares Trump To Fire Mueller In Speech On House Floor

"If you want to see the President on a fast track to impeachment, then he should take this advice and fire Mueller." [ more › ]

Chicago Homeowners Have A Whopping 10 Percent Property Tax Hike On The Horizon

Chicago homeowners have a major tax hike on the horizon—about 10 percent, the Cook County Clerk's Office announced Tuesday. That's an average of $360 per home. [ more › ]

Girl, 14, Robbed While Biking In 3rd Recent Attack On South Loop Female Cyclists

Within about a week, at least three female cyclists, including one teen, have been robbed of their bags while biking in the neighborhood. [ more › ]

Photos: Chicagoans Gather To Remember Hateful Pulse Nightclub Shooting

Nearly 200 Chicagoans, many from the city's LGBT community, gathered in Boystown for a somber vigil honoring the shooting victims. [ more › ]

'Video: Elisabeth Moss Owns A 'Handmaid's Tale' Bonnet With The Cubs Logo

"Most of my acting and emotional stress, anger and strike came from following the Cubs in the postseason." [ more › ]

Tickets On Sale Today For Chicago's First Nacho Fest

It's pretty obvious that this is going to be great. [ more › ]

Man Charged In Fatal Stabbing, Beating Of 12-Year-Old Girl

The brutal attack reportedly happened shortly after the child's mother called 911 to get the man to leave. [ more › ]

Cook County State's Attorney Calls For Change To 'Unjust' Bail Policy

"Routinely detaining people accused of low-level offenses who have not yet been convicted of anything, simply because they are poor is not only unjust—it undermines the public's confidence in the fairness of the system." [ more › ]

Some Cops Under Scrutiny In Laquan McDonald Case Could Possibly Return To Jobs

The department said it has "no intentions of returning these officers to the street," but it's unclear if they might be allowed back on the payroll for administrative duties. [ more › ]

Deadly Crashes Disproportionately Hit Black Chicagoans & South, West Side Residents. Here's Chicago's Plan To Fix It.

The city has finally released its long-overdue Vision Zero initiative to eliminate traffic fatalities. [ more › ]

Much-Anticipated Restaurant Split-Rail Is Now Open In West Town

The menu is filled with fun riffs on American food, like loaded baked potato gnocchi and green bean casserole (updated for 2017, of course). [ more › ]

17 Of Our Favorite Events In Chicago This Week

The heat is on as the heat wave continues, but many of our favorite events this week will have you wanting to brave the outdoors. [ more › ]

If History Repeats, This Summer Could Stay A Scorcher

When Chicago logged this many 90-degree days before mid-June in past summers, it didn't often go well. [ more › ]

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