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Chicago Weather: Dry Sunday Morning With Isolated Showers Late In The DaySunday will start out with dry conditions in the morning, but isolated to scattered showers are more likely late in the day. 
Chicago Weather: Rain Tapers Saturday Night, But More Scattered Showers SundayShowers should continue into early Saturday night with a possible thunderstorm – especially south of the city.
At Least 16 People Shot, 1 Killed In Gun Violence In Chicago This WeekendAt least 16 people had been shot this weekend in Chicago as of Saturday afternoon, and one of them had been killed.
At Bond Hearing For Man Authorities Say Was With Him, Prosecutors Say 13-Year-Old Adam Toledo Had Gun In Hand When He Was Fatally Shot By PoliceThe man who was with 13-year-old Adam Toledo when he was shot and killed by police has been charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and discharge of a firearm. 
Woman Carjacked By Three Men In South LoopA woman was carjacked by three men who ripped her keys out of her hands outside a Target store in the South Loop on Saturday evening, police said.
Tree House Humane Society Opens New State-Of-The-Art Veterinary Clinic In West Rogers ParkA new animal clinic in West Rogers Park gives greater access to medical care for pets - especially for those families that can least afford to care for them.
Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, Other Officials Call On State To Pass Plan To Reduce Vacant PropertiesCook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle on Saturday was promoting a plan to reduce vacant properties, create affordable housing, and stop people from losing their homes.
Ingalls Memorial Hospital Workers Rally For Higher Wages For Frontline WorkersWorkers at Ingalls Memorial Hospital in south suburban Harvey on Saturday for higher wages for frontline workers.
City Of Chicago Joins Walgreens, Churches For COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach Effort In Hard-Hit CommunitiesThe City of Chicago is launching a new push with Walgreens and churches across the city to get COVID-19 vaccinations to people in hard-hit communities who may be hesitant about getting the shot.

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7-Month-Old Found With Traumatic Head Injury Hours After Two Older Children Were Picked Up By Police; Mother In CustodyA far South Side mother was taken into custody after her 7-month-old baby was found with a traumatic head injury Thursday night, and police made not one but two trips to the apartment that day.
Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Explains How She Repeatedly Got Past Airport Security; 'The Story Is Crazy'
Doctor's Medical License Terminated After Another Doctor Of The Same Name Bounces CheckTwo Asian American doctors with the same name are now part of a medical mixup that is causing a nightmare for one of them.
Vice President Kamala Harris Visits In Chicago, Visits Mass Vaccination SiteJust before 1:00, the Vice President was greeted by Governor JB Pritzker alive at Midway Airport, where Vice President Harris arrived from Los Angeles.
Scammers Target The Unemployed With Fake Job Posts: ‘That’s Just The Worst Of The Worst’Hundreds of thousands of people in Illinois and Indiana are still out of work. They spend every day looking for a job – more than a year into the pandemic. Just when they think things are looking up because they get an interview – they learn another tough lesson.
City Of Chicago Has Brought In Outside Counsel In Anjanette Young Wrong Raid CaseThe City of Chicago has retained outside counsel in the case of Anjanette Young, the social worker who is suing the city after she was handcuffed naked in a botched police raid two years ago.
Ride Share Drivers Want More Protections After Chicago Uber Driver Was Carjacked And Killed"They should be changing their apps. They should be changing their policies. They should be ensuring safety for everyone."
'Definitely A Blessing': Indiana Families Can Soon Get Necessary Medical Services In Chicago For Their Children"She will have more opportunities and options."
‘I Feel Like I’m Invisible:’ City Hasn’t Made an Offer In Botched Raid of Anjanette Young, Despite Months of Promises to Resolve ItDespite months of public promises to resolve the case of an innocent social worker who was wrongly raided by the Chicago Police, her attorney said the City has yet to make a settlement offer and is delaying what could bring some closure to the incident that sparked national outcry.