Chicago police officers have been ordered to "no longer use force to disperse large gatherings," as tensions mount over the months-long stay-at-home order, and protests continue nationwide over the death of George Floyd.

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Woman Dead After Falling Onto Brown Line TracksA woman died after falling onto Brown Line tracks early Friday morning. 
Man Fatally Struck By Hit-And-Run Driver In LawndaleA man was fatally struck by a hit-and-run driver in the Lawndale neighborhood early Friday morning. 
Man Not Pleased After His Windshield Was Cracked By Flying Piece Of Metal As He Drove Along Kennedy Expressway Near DowntownA man was driving up Interstate 90/94 when whack! A piece of metal cracked his windshield.
Car Involved In Shooting Slams Into Building In River NorthA shooting and chase ended with a car striking a building in the River North neighborhood just before 3 a.m. Friday.
U.S. Census Questionnaires Provide Unique Challenges For The Disabled, But Don't Ask About Specific DisabilitiesCensus takers finally will begin knocking on doors in certain parts of the U.S. next week, after months-long delays because of the pandemic.
Alderman Raymond Lopez's Home Vandalized; Garage Next Door Set On FireBricks were thrown through the window of 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez's home overnight.
Woman Falls 2 Stories After Stairs CollapseA woman survived falling two stories after a staircase collapsed right under her feet. 
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1 Man Dead After Crash Involving Chicago Police Vehicle West PullmanAccording to Chicago police, the officers were driving southbound on Halsted Street with their emergency lights activated when their vehicle collided with a man on a motor bike. 
7-Month-Old Boy Sho While In Car In North LawndaleA 7-month-old boy was shot in the foot Wednesday evening while in a car on the city’s West Side.
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