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16-Year-Old Waits Hours In Heat, Rain To Get Drivers License; Long Lines Expected As DMVs ReopenLines were out the door at the DMV in Lake Zurich this week. One 16-year-old had to wait hours to get her drivers license. 
How Could Contact Tracing Work For Those Who May Have Been Exposed To COVID-19 At Protests?Mayor Lori Lightfoot and public health officials have expressed concerns that COVID-19 could spread at large protests.
2 Men Arrested, 3 Guns Recovered After Crash In BronzevilleTwo men were arrested and three handguns were recovered after a crash in the Bronzeville neighborhood early Friday morning. 
Head Of Chicago Nonprofit C4 To Step Down After Probe Into Money Troubles, Late PaychecksThe head of a huge Chicago mental health agency will be stepping down at the end of the month. It's the same nonprofit the Morning Insiders investigated several times earlier in the year after allegations of late paychecks, missing benefits and financial mismanagement.
Chicago Weather: Warm, Humid Day Ahead; Evening Storms PossibleIt's going to be a warm and humid day. 
Chicago Weather: Muggy And Mild OvernightIt will be rather warm Thursday night and quite humid. A stray shower or storm is possible to the north, although we expect most activity to stay over Wisconsin.
How Will Illinois Handle More COVID-19 Tests When Many Claim Their Tests Have Been Lost?On Thursday night, we asked how the state will handle more tests when many people claim their tests have been lost.
Aquasha Moore, 18, Dies Of COVID-19 A Week Before High School GraduationA week shy of graduation, a senior from Dunbar High School has died of COVID-19.
Chicago Police Officer Investigated After Being Heard Using Homophobic Slur During Unrest SaturdayA Chicago Police officer was under investigation Thursday night, after cell phone video captured him using a homophobic slur.