- President Donald Trump and his bad-at-everything, bewilderingly bonkers bandwagon of “rigged election!” liars are going to get somebody killed, quite possibly a Republican.
- Just as the pandemic has altered so many aspects of life, it has also disrupted the experience of death and grieving. Now mourners are creating new and innovative ways to honor the dying and departed, while keeping within the bounds of pandemic protocols.
- The viral photo of a doctor comforting a patient is a sharp contrast with the shot of irresponsible party-goers, Dahleen Glanton writes.
- “We shouldn’t have to close schools to invest in the Black neighborhoods," said one opponent.
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- Jan. 11 is the date Chicago Public Schools is to resume in-person classes, but not for all students.
- Here are the latest updates on the coronavirus in the Chicago area and the rest of Illinois.
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- John Panaligan is wanted for allegedly killing attorney Victor Jigar Patel, who was found strangled to death in his Northbrook office on Dec. 7, 2016.
- The city of Chicago expects to begin rolling out vaccines for health care workers later this month and could provide them to lower-risk residents in spring and children by summer, public health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said Tuesday. The first distribution of vaccines will go toward Chicago hospitals and health care workers, possibly by the third week of December, Arwady said. The city’s also working with long-term care facilities in the city on vaccines, she said.
- Two plans designed to slow the destruction of existing buildings in parts of the fast-gentrifying Pilsen neighborhood failed Tuesday, one opposed by the local alderman and one he supported. An ordinance to create a landmark district along a stretch of 18th Street and adjacent streets in the near South Side neighborhood fell unanimously in the Zoning Committee after Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez, 25th, spoke against it.
- Glimmers of hope: Gold coin, gold bar dropped in Salvation Army kettles in season of rising need and dwindling donations.
- An 18-year-old wounded in what police described as an accidental shooting Oct. 24 inside a Tinley Park ag8亚集团官方网站home has sued the parents of the alleged shooter
- A member of Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan’s Democratic leadership team announced in a letter Monday that she will not support him for another term.
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- President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Wisconsin seeking to disqualify hundreds of thousands of ballots in a longshot attempt to overturn Democrat Joe Biden’s win.
- A 30-year-old man who struck and injured a pedestrian in a hit-and-run accident in Franklin Park last week was charged by ities. Police reports show that a second driver may also have struck the man, but that vehicle hasn’t been found.
- More of the country will be under Chicago’s most severe category for its travel quarantine order, city officials announced Tuesday while bracing for a post-Thanksgiving surge.
- The plan split the community, with many saying they'd rather invest in existing schools.
- A Morton Grove motel was robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning — just hours before an armed carjacking was reported in the village, police said.
- The Indiana State Department of Health added 142 deaths to the statewide toll with its daily update on Tuesday. Most of those deaths occurred over the past week with a reporting lull from local officials over the Thanksgiving weekend.
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