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  1. Chicago has biggest population dip as southern states grow

    Newdelhitimes.com - World 03.24 / 10:18 newdelhitimes.com
    The last straw that convinced Chicago native Marissa Marshall it was time to move away was hearing dangerously close gunfire in the rough neighborhood where she found affordable housing. The 29-year-old, who’s pregnant with her fifth child, relocated about three years ago to a St. Louis suburb where she more easily found jobs and a…
  2. 7 people shot across Chicago on Thursday

    At least seven people were wounded in separate shootings on Thursday in…
  3. America’s Next Leaders: A Chicago Teen Stands Up for the Homeless

    Each year, Equal Voice News features “America’s Next Leaders”, a series that profiles the recipients of the Marguerite Casey Foundation’s Sargent Shriver Youth Warriors Against Poverty Leadership Award. The award honors young people who, in the spirit of Sargent Shriver, have demonstrated a deep commitment to social justice and have transformed that commitment into effective [R…
  4. Red-Light Camera Grace Period Goes From 0.1 To 0.3 Seconds, Chicago To Lose $17 Million

    Tech.slashdot.org - Technology 03.24 / 07:30 tech.slashdot.org
    The Chicago Department of Transportation announced a new policy earlier this week that will increase the "grace period" -- the time between when a traffic light turns red to when a ticket is automatically issued. The decision has been made to increase the time from 0.1 seconds to 0.3 seconds, following recommendations part of a recent study of its red-light cameras. Ars Technica reports: This will bring the Windy City in line with other American metropolises, including New York City and…
  5. Belmont High’s PAC Brings Broadway’s ‘Chicago’ To Town [V

    Belmontonian.com - Belmontonian 03.24 / 07:16 belmontonian.com
    Photo: “Chicago” performed by the Belmont High School Performing Arts Company. Broadway comes to Belmont as the Belmont High School Performing Arts Company presents the hit musical “Chicago” this weekend at the Belmont High School auditorium. PERFORMANCES Thursday, March 23 at 7 p.m. Friday, March 24 at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 25 at 2 p.m.…
  6. Chicago police officer charged with 16 new counts in shooting case: media

    Metro.us-NY 03.24 / 06:52 www.metro.us
    (Reuters) - A white Chicago police officer accused of murder in the shooting death of a…
  7. H-F students win most talented teens at the 2017 Chicago Music Awards

    Hfchronicle.com - Homewood and Flossmoor 03.24 / 05:10 hfchronicle.com
      The McDowell brothers, Carlton, left, and Peyton,   play the blues at the Homewood Farmers Market   last summer. (Photos by Eric Crump/H-F Chronicle) The McDowell Brothers, Carlton and Peyton, were named Most Talented Teens in the 2017 Chicago Music Award contest on Saturday, March 18. CMAs are awarded based on nominations and votes from the public. Their debut recording, “A Tribute to Inspiration,"  was released last year.CMA officials called the recording "a mature mix of Delta blues, t…
  8. Chicago Tribune: What Trump’s budget blueprint gets right

    Limaohio.com - Lima 03.24 / 04:58 limaohio.com
    The Chicago Tribune When the White House put out its blueprint for the federal budget, which is notable for outlining $54 billion in cuts for domestic programs, shrieks of outrage went up on Capitol Hill. “Draconian” and “counterproductive” were some of the words used to describe the plan. “Not realistic” and “unfair” were also heard.…
  9. Indiana judge expunges conviction of pardoned Chicago-area man

    An Indiana judge has expunged the armed robbery conviction of a Chicago-area man recently pardoned after spending more than eight years in prison for a wrongful conviction. Elkhart County Senior Judge Eugene Duffin granted the expungement Thursday to 46-year-old Keith Cooper, but didn't rule…
  10. Privately funded recovery center in Chicago offers different approach to treatment

    Cltv.com - Chicago 03.24 / 03:48 cltv.com
    CHICAGO — Above and Beyond Family Recovery Center touts a new approach to addiction recovery in being less rigid than traditional treatment centers. Motivated by a family member’s addiction, Chicago businessman Bryan Cressey founded the center a little over a year ago. “I’m passionate about it because I’ve seen it in extended family and I’ve also recognized I can make this work,” Cressey said. “This is something I can do to save lives and transform lives.” Cressey privately funds the …
  11. Chance the Rapper on faith, family, and his fight for Chicago's future

    Abc7chicago.com - Chicago 03.24 / 03:45 abc7chicago.com
    Chance the Rapper's admirers are singing his praises not only for his lyrical genius, but how he also strikes a chord when he's out in the…
  12. Judge who oversaw Lucas museum case in Chicago dies at 78

    Pantagraph.com - Illinois 03.24 / 03:41 pantagraph.com
    CHICAGO (AP) — A judge who presided over a civil case that prompted "Star Wars" creator George Lucas to drop plans for a Chicago museum has d…
  13. Privately funded recovery center in Chicago offers different approach to treatment

    Wgntv.com - Illinois 03.24 / 03:41 wgntv.com
    CHICAGO — Above and Beyond Family Recovery Center touts a new approach to addiction recovery in being less rigid than traditional treatment centers. Motivated by a family member’s addiction, Chicago businessman Bryan Cressey founded the center a little over a year ago. “I’m passionate about it because I’ve seen it in extended family and I’ve also recognized I can make this work,” Cressey said. “This is something I can do to save lives and transform lives.” Cressey privately funds the …
  14. Chicago has biggest population dip as southern states grow

    Federalnewsradio.com - Business 03.24 / 02:58 federalnewsradio.com
    Census data show the Chicago region has lost more residents than any other U.S. metropolitan area, a drop that comes as other Midwestern cities lost population and South and Southwest parts of the country saw gains The post Chicago has biggest population dip as southern states grow appeared first on…
  15. Tarek and Christina El Moussa, move over; 'Flip or Flop' Vegas, Atlanta, Texas, Nashville and Chicago are in the works

    OrangeCounty-TV 03.24 / 02:32 ocregister.com
    Tarek and Christina El Moussa, consider it a compliment. "Flip or Flop" spinoffs are in the works. Just as fans fret that the pending divorce of the Yorba Linda couple will mean curtains for "Flip or Flop," HGTV has announced five offshoots of…
  16. [PHOTOS] Tennis at Thalia Hall in Chicago

    Speakersincode.com - Music 03.24 / 02:02 speakersincode.com
    Tennis recently played Chicago's Thalia Hall. Please enjoy photos by Amanda…
  17. NFL Free Agency rumors: Mark Sanchez signing with the Chicago Bears

    Fansided.com - American football 03.24 / 01:43 fansided.com
    Free agent quarterback Mark Sanchez has reportedly found a new home for the 2017 NFL season, as he plans to sign with the Chicago Bears. Despite failing as a starter for the New York Jets, quarterback Mark Sanchez has been one of the most enigmatic backups in the NFL of the last five years. He’s […] NFL Free Agency rumors: Mark Sanchez signing with the Chicago Bears - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+…
  18. Quick Line of Thunderstorms Moving Through Arlington Heights, Northwest Suburbs by 7:35 PM — Arlington Heights, Chicago

    MOBILE: chgowx.com PC: forecast.chicagoweatherstation.com MOBILE/PC: Arlingtoncardinal.com/radar O’HARE: 50°F LAKEFRONT: 46°F Thursday 3/23/2017 7:21:40 PM A thin line of thunderstorms was entering northwest Cook County at 7:20 p.m. and will pass to the Lake Shore by about 7:40 p.m. TONIGHT: A chance of showers and thunderstorms before 9pm, then a slight chance of showers between 9pm […
  19. Chicago has biggest population dip as southern states grow

    Dailytribune.net - Local 03.24 / 01:32 www.dailytribune.net
    CHICAGO (AP) — The last straw that convinced Chicago native Marissa Marshall it was time to move away was hearing dangerously close gunfire in the rough neighborhood where she found affordable h…
  20. Chicago has biggest population dip as southern states grow

    Collegian.psu.edu - Education 03.24 / 00:48 collegian.psu.edu
    CHICAGO (AP) — The last straw that convinced Chicago native Marissa Marshall it was time to move away was hearing dangerously close gunfire in the rough neighborhood where she found affordable h…