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Search Continues For Hennessy, The Cat Who Survived Miraculous Six-Story Jump From Burning ApartmentCommunity searchers were looking high and low Friday night for a cat that miraculously survived a six-story leap from a burning apartment in Englewood.
Chicago Restaurants Navigate Loosening COVID-19 Restrictions During Bridge PhaseFriday night was like Chicago has not seen in more than a year. The city is now in the "bridge phase" of reopening after COVID-19 restrictions, meaning bigger crowds just about everywhere. 
Convicted Man Fighting To Have Case Reheard After Jailhouse Confession Removes Evidence In A Murder He Says He Did Not CommitJames Bannister is more than 30 years into a life sentence for a crime he has always said he did not commit, so when a recent jailhouse confession took away evidence against him, why didn't he get a chance at freedom? 
2-Year-Old Girl Shot In Little Village: PoliceA 2-year-old girl was shot Friday night in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood, Chicago police confirm. 
New Reopening Phase Means Life For Vaccinated Almost Back To NormalThe new reopening phase means life for those who are vaccinated may be almost back to normal.
Mayor Nominates Annette Nance-Holt To Be First Woman Commissioner Of Chicago Fire DepartmentThe first woman and woman of color has been picked to lead the Chicago Fire Department. 
Father Larry Sullivan Reinstated As Pastor Of Christ The King Parish In BeverlyFather Larry Sullivan has been reinstated by Cardinal Blase Cupich as the pastor of Christ the King Parish in Beverly. 
Good Samaritans Rescue Couple From Sinking Car In Cedar LakeGood Samaritans rescued a couple after their car went into Cedar Lake Friday afternoon. 
Alderman Worried About Increase In Weekend Crime After Large Crowds Of Teens Cause Trouble In Downtown Chicago"If we look the other way and allow it to happen, it is only going to get worse as the summer goes on."

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Convicted Man Fighting To Have Case Reheard After Jailhouse Confession Removes Evidence In A Murder He Says He Did Not CommitJames Bannister is more than 30 years into a life sentence for a crime he has always said he did not commit, so when a recent jailhouse confession took away evidence against him, why didn't he get a chance at freedom? 
New Reopening Phase Means Life For Vaccinated Almost Back To NormalThe new reopening phase means life for those who are vaccinated may be almost back to normal.
New CPD Policy On Search Warrants To Go Into Effect May 28; Police To Begin Tracking Wrong RaidsFor the first time, Chicago Police will begin tracking some wrong raids that result from faulty information, such as the raid on Anjanette Young's home two years ago.
Federal Lawsuit Alleges Cover-Ups Of Decades Of Abuse By Youth Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' AdrahtasExplosive allegations have surfaced of decades of abuse inflicted upon teenage boys by a prominent local hockey coach, and now they are the subject of a lawsuit.
More Accusers And More Allegations Of Abuse Against Trusted Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' AdrahtasMore men are coming forward to accuse a well-known youth hockey coach of grooming them for sexual abuse when they were just teenagers.
Three Men, None Of Whom Knew Each Other At The Time, Say Trusted Hockey Coach Tom 'Chico' Adrahtas Groomed Them For Sexual Abuse As TeensThree men who never knew each other as teens are suddenly connected by the same claims of abuse. They each say the youth hockey coach they loved and trusted groomed them for sexual abuse.
Bills That Would Strengthen Privacy For Sexual Assault Victims One Step Closer to Becoming Law After CBS 2 InvestigationTwo bills that would strengthen privacy protections for sexual assault victims in Illinois unanimously passed the House judiciary criminal committee Tuesday and are a step closer to becoming law.
Navy Pier Flyover Completed After Years Of Construction Delays -- Many Ask Why It Took So Long“This is a wonderful solution a long time in the making,” downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) said as city officials cut the ribbon on the completed project on Monday.
Across Illinois, Arab Americans Were Dying From COVID-19, But The Government Wasn’t Counting. Some Say That Cost Lives

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Search Continues For Cat That Survived Miraculous Six-Story Jump From Burning ApartmentCommunity searchers were looking high and low Friday night for a cat that miraculously survived a six-story leap from a burning apartment in Englewood. Hennessy is a most sought-after cat since her quick escape made most people gasp.
Chicago Restaurants Navigate Loosening COVID-19 Restrictions During Bridge PhaseFriday night was like Chicago has not seen in more than a year. The city is now in the "bridge phase" of reopening after COVID-19 restrictions, meaning bigger crowds just about everywhere. 
Convicted Man Fighting To Have Case Reheard After Jailhouse Confession Removes Evidence In A Murder He Says He Did Not CommitJames Bannister is more than 30 years into a life sentence for a crime he has always said he did not commit, so when a recent jailhouse confession took away evidence against him, why didn't he get a chance at freedom? 
2-Year-Old Girl Shot In Little Village: PoliceA 2-year-old girl was shot Friday night in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood, Chicago police confirm.
Mayor Nominates Annette Nance-Holt To Be First Woman Commissioner Of Chicago Fire DepartmentThe first woman and woman of color has been picked to lead the Chicago Fire Department. 
Father Larry Sullivan Reinstated As Pastor Of Christ The King Parish In BeverlyFather Sullivan was removed from pastoral duties last month, after an allegation of sexual misconduct when he was 18, prior to entering the seminary. The Archdiocese says a full investigation was done and after multiple unsuccessful attempts to obtain information from the accuser, they cannot substantiate the claim.