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Some Schools Make Changes to Technology Policy

Some Schools Make Changes to Technology Policy

One Sugar Grove dad said he thought his daughter was doing homework. What he found her doing instead was horrifying.

Supt. Johnson Speaks Emotionally About Kidney Disease

Supt. Johnson Speaks Emotionally About Kidney Disease

For the first time on Tuesday, Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson spoke candidly about the moment he found out he had kidney disease.

Bears Exploring Trade Options for Jay Cutler: Reports

Bears Exploring Trade Options for Jay Cutler: Reports

The Chicago Bears have plenty of questions about the future of their franchise, and on Tuesday it appears that there is at least some clarity regarding their quarterback situation for 2017. According to Jeff Darlington of ESPN and Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times, the Bears are actively shopping quarterback Jay Cutler on the trade market.

Unseasonable Weather Brings Early Allergies For Some

Unseasonable Weather Brings Early Allergies For Some

Doctors say the recent warmer weather has brought an earlier spring allergy season—especially as it relates to tree pollen and mold counts. Rush University allergist, Dr.

Where’s Your Illinois Congressman This Week?

Where’s Your Illinois Congressman This Week?

As the 115th Congress breaks this week for its first recess, many Illinois lawmakers are traveling home to meet with voters about a range of issues, including immigration, gun violence and the economy. With grassroots movements building momentum, members of Congress are returning to constituencies that are increasingly concerned with President Donald Trump’s agenda, namely the planned repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

Ordinance Proposed Restricting Street Performers

Ordinance Proposed Restricting Street Performers

Street performers have long been a staple for tourists and Chicagoans throughout the downtown area—but some city officials say noise complaints from those who have to listen to the performances are calling for more quiet. The city already charges a $100 license fee for street performers and imposes restrictions in some downtown areas as well as on many Chicago Transit Authority platforms.

Judge Helps Young People Learn Power of the Spoken Word

Judge Helps Young People Learn Power of the Spoken Word

When he’s not presiding over his courtroom, Associate Cook County Judge Stanley L. Hill is teaching kids the power of public speaking.

Dangerous Pollutant Detected on Chicago’s Southeast Side

Dangerous Pollutant Detected on Chicago’s Southeast Side

Removing a toxic air pollutant has unearthed a new health danger on Chicago’s Southeast Side. Federal and city officials discovered high levels of a type of heavy metal, known as manganese, while investigating piles of black dust known as petcoke.

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