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Stephanie Kim

The Chicago Fire team is building a new training facility at a 23-acre site that was once promised for affordable housing.
Millions of people are still suffering from lingering symptoms of COVID-19, three years after the onset of the pandemic.
After decades at the helm of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Jesse Jackson says he’s “pivoting” from the civil rights group he founded.
The manufacturer of Opill says the medication could be available in stores and online early next year.
The guide offers a comprehensive overview of what to do when a child is struggling with their mental health.
Chicago’s West Side and western suburbs were particularly hit hard by the recent storm.
The program would’ve wiped away up to $400 billion in student loans. Eligible borrowers would have had up to $20,000 of their debt canceled.
But the ruling says colleges can still consider “discussion of how race affected the applicant’s life.”
Mayor Brandon Johnson changes his tune on policing in schools. Plus, 19 alderpeople back a specific candidate for the city’s next top cop.
Chicago’s police union demands 12 weeks of paid parental leave. Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood of Illinois reports a spike in abortions post-Roe.
This marks the first time a former U.S. president is facing federal charges.