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Lakeidra Chavis

Lakeidra Chavis

Morning News Producer

Lakeidra Chavis is WBEZ’s Morning News Producer. Before moving to the windy city, she worked as a reporter for KTOO Public Media in Juneau, Alaska. She also did a stint as a bush reporter at KYUK Public Media covering the state’s southwestern region. 

Lakeidra has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She lives in Chicago’s Noble Square neighborhood. 

 

Recent Stories

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Chicago Looking For Volunteers To Count The Homeless

The City of Chicago is looking for volunteers to help with its yearly count of homeless people living in the city, taking place January 26.

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Former Chicago Police Superintendent Criticized For 'Racist Rhetoric' In 60 Minutes Appearance

Chicago Urban League President Shari Runner said the focus on anti-police sentiment misses important issues, like racial inequality.

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Chicago Teens Will Now Have Free Access To The Art Institute Of Chicago

A gift to the museum means any Chicagoan under 18 years old can visit for free for at least the next 25 years.

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Kansas Couple Makes Sure Chicago Teens See Art For Free

Starting January 2, Chicago teens will be able to visit the Art Institute of Chicago for free. That’s thanks to philanthropic Kansas couple Glenn and Claire Swogger.

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Challenger To Evanston City Clerk Remains On Ballot

Devon Reid will remain on the April ballot in Evanston's city clerk race.

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Seniors Call For CHA To Help With Heating Costs

The Chicago Housing Authority gave residents space heaters a few weeks ago, but some residents say, in this weather, that’s not enough.

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Report On City's Public Safety Cameras Raises Privacy Concerns

A newly released audit from the Inspector General says the department in charge of overseeing Chicago’s more than 2,000 public safety cameras isn’t doing its job.

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Chicago Activists Stand For Standing Rock

Activists from Chicago and around the nation joined members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe over the weekend.

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Rep. Danny Davis Talked To Trump About Chicago Violence

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis said he recently discussed violence in Chicago with President-elect Donald Trump.

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