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Google to pay $100 million class-action settlement in Illinois biometric privacy lawsuit


Chicagoan Abraham Bolden, first Black Secret Service agent on a presidential detail, pardoned by Biden nearly 60 years after conviction


Jackson Park’s brief cherry blossom season in full swing; the blooms could last for 2 weeks or 2 days


45th Ward superintendent connected to embattled alderman has gun case added to court troubles


Starbucks workers win union elections in Cary and Peoria, the first in Illinois


Gary man convicted of killing woman’s boyfriend who came to get her from his apartment


Zach LaVine could miss Game 5 after the Chicago Bulls star enters health and safety protocols for 3rd time in the last year


North Shore brothers sentenced to probation, home detention in US Capitol breach


15-year-old Latin School student died by suicide after relentless bullying, lawsuit alleges, while school turned a ‘blind eye’


Bodies have been washing up on Lake Michigan and river shores. A 1993 Tribune article could explain why.


Wednesday’s Chicago White Sox-Kansas City Royals game moved up to 1:10 p.m. because of cold weather


Four charged in ComEd bribery scheme will face federal jury in September


Little Village school’s teachers decry impact of proposed CPS budget cuts on students. ‘They deserve so much more.’


Chicago homicides in 2022: 166 people have been slain. Here’s how that compares with previous years.


Chicago Reader owner steps down amid employee protests, freeing alternative newspaper to go nonprofit


‘These are not casual decisions.’ Changing dynamics about crime and politics have wide-ranging influence on state board.


Aldermen push back on three Chicago casino finalists, as city looks to select a winner ‘within a month’


Three Illinois children have developed potential cases of severe hepatitis, prompting warning from state


Two years and counting into the pandemic, Chicago looks at how COVID-19 has affected the racial life expectancy gap. ‘The news is not good,’ Dr. Arwady says.


Revitalizing North Lawndale will require more stores, education, to keep dollars in the community, report says


Chicago Teachers Union tells labor board CPS violated COVID-19 safety agreement


‘He got that moment today’: Prosecutors drop man’s murder case connected to disgraced ex-police detective


Missing 10-year-old Wisconsin girl found dead in Chippewa Falls


$200,000 settlement advances for man who police officer shot at on SW Side


As Whitney Young High School Principal Joyce Kenner retires after 27 years, the job could be the most sought-after in CPS


Ex-Crestwood mayor sentenced to a year in federal prison in red light-camera bribery probe


Overnight freeze warning issued for northern, western Chicago suburbs


Young playwrights use words to seek ‘power,’ tackle gun violence on stages nationally, including at Goodman Theatre


Man acquitted of murder in disappearance of Daisy Hayes


Thunderstorms, wind gusts and cooler temperatures expected to move in midday Sunday


Five years after the slaying of Sema’j Crosby: An unsolved case, continued trouble at DCFS and a fading memorial


Chicago police: 2 killed, 2 injured in Englewood shooting


Fight sparks fatal shooting at 47th Street and Cottage Grove in Bronzeville, police say


Firefighters extinguish 3-alarm fire in Ravenswood neighborhood, one injured


Ukrainian Chicagoans celebrate Orthodox Easter in the shadow of war


Man pointed gun at police before being shot by officers in Pullman, officials say


Illinois Facebook users: your $397 privacy settlement check should be in the mail beginning May 9


Illinois school districts await $87 million owed after state overpaid Chicago Public Schools


Fourth body in a week washes up on shores of Chicago River, Lake Michigan, authorities say


Mayor Lori Lightfoot ally says she will tackle ethics reform in new City Council package


Three more Illinoisans plead guilty in Jan. 6. U.S. Capitol breach


Indiana steelmaker to pay $3 million, donate land to national park for 2019 chemical spill that killed 3,000 fish


With many firms bringing employees back just two days a week, downtown restaurants are feeling the pinch


Dozens of convictions vacated in final push to drop cases connected to convicted former Chicago police sergeant


In Illinois secretary of state race, AFL-CIO stays neutral months after affiliated workers backed Giannoulias


Crash kills 2 Southern Illinois students, Missouri woman


With Arbor Day on the way, neighbors plant 20 fruit and shade trees in a Southeast Side community garden


Another billionaire throws major cash into the race for Illinois governor


Illinois gets credit upgrade as Gov. J.B. Pritzker, Democrats campaign on improving state’s financial health


Monty the piping plover returns to Montrose Beach for his 4th summer. Now, where’s Rose?


    
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