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Mayor Lightfoot Unveils Debt Forgiveness Plan For City Colleges Of Chicago StudentsThe mayor unveiled a new program to forgive the debt for City Colleges of Chicago students who return after dropping out in the past ten years.
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Lane Tech Considering Changing Indians Logo, MascotLane Tech High School, one of the largest in Chicago, is considering changing its mascot.
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JoAnn Cunningham, Mother Of AJ Freund, To Be SentencedJoAnn Cunningham, the Crystal Lake mother accused of murdering her own son AJ Freund, appeared before a judge Tuesday. It was the final hearing for Cunningham gets sentenced for 5-year-old AJ’s murder on Thursday.
Phase 3 Coronavirus Vaccine Trial To Go Ahead At UICPromising results were announced Tuesday for a possible COVID-19 vaccine made by Moderna, and Phase 3 trials will be held in part at the University of Illinois at Chicago. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.
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