'Back The Blue' March, 'Black Lives Matter' Protesters Square Off In Countering Downtown RalliesA few hundred pro-police demonstrators attending a “Back the Blue” march in Grant Park faced off with protesters demanding the city reduce funding for the Chicago Police Department, and devote more money to social service programs.
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Man Killed, Woman Shot At Wabash Avenue And Wacker Drive DowntownOne person was killed and another was injured in a shooting in the Loop early Sunday morning. 
With Beaches Closed And Some Options Limited, Chicagoans Still Find Ways To Beat The HeatDangerous heat settled on Chicago Saturday, prompting a heat advisory.
Lemont Brings Fun Adventure In a Heightened, Socially Distant Environment"This is where the rock for the Water Tower Place came from. And after they quarried it, it filled with water that is some of the cleanest water in Illinois."
Michigan City Closing Beaches, Washington Park For Seven DaysWith its beaches overcrowded with visitors from Illinois, Michigan City, Ind., will be closing the lakefront for seven days as part of an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Oak Park Black Lives Matter Mural Painted Over To Read, 'All Lives Matter'A Black Lives Matter mural in Oak Park was defaced overnight – painted over to read, “all lives matter.”
Natalia Wallace, 7-Year-Old Fatally Shot July 4th, Was 'Sweet, Shy, Loving, And Good At Math,' Family SaysNatalia Wallace, 7, was shot and killed in Chicago's South Austin neighborhood as she visited her grandmother for a July 4th party.
July 4th, 2020 In Chicago: Patriotism, Protests, And An Ongoing PandemicLife as we know it has changed greatly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and of course, holidays are no exception.
Group Goes Door-To-Door, Pools Money For Justice After 1-Year-Old Boy Is Among Latest To Be Shot Dead In EnglewoodAs it is after every violent weekend – especially when kids become victims – the question becomes, what now? And what can we do better?
Even Without Pride Parade This Year, LGBTQ Community Still Celebrating Evolution Of The Movement; 'It’s Also Being Pride In Being Black, Being Trans, Being Queer'“It’s changing in the aspect of actual representation of not just being gay. There is more out there than just being gay,” Steven Reeve said.