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In his latest run for public office, 1985 Loyola Law School graduate Gery Chico is hoping his experience as a city official will get him elected as mayor in Chicago’s Feb. 26 election. A Chicago …

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“Chicago, USA” — if Illinois Rep. Brad Halbrook’s house resolution in the Illinois General Assembly is successful, students in future geography classes could have one more state added to their map quizzes. On Feb. 7, …

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Chicago’s cold snap left many with frostbite and, for a select few, with burns. Nearly two weeks ago, a bitter cold front called a “Polar Vortex” swept through Chicago. The sub-zero temperatures kept students home …

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La Shawn Ford, a 1995 Loyola graduate, is looking to take his 12 years of experience in the state legislature to Illinois’ largest city as he runs for its highest seat this year. Of the …

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More than 20 reforms are in the works for the Chicago Police Department (CPD) following a past of alleged unconstitutional use of force, especially against minority citizens. The recently approved consent decree means the department …

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You’ve seen the name Daley on numerous buildings, parks and plazas in Chicago — the name of a political family who’s had a presence in the city and greater Illinois for decades. After Richard J. …

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As Chicago’s weather dipped down into record-low temperatures, a string of armed robberies left some people without their coats — their Canada Goose parkas, to be specific. The winter clothing company Canada Goose is notorious …

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Rogers Park is launching its smart policing technology program this week with the hope that it’ll help curb crime. The launch of the police tech program in the Rogers Park neighborhood, the 24th Chicago Police …