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CTA announces reconstruction of 4 North Side Red Line stations

CTA announces reconstruction of 4 North Side Red Line stations

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy CHICAGO (WLS) -- The CTA has announced plans to renovate four North Side Red Line stations that are a century old.The reconstruction project will modernize the Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr stations."This had to happen. This is an old line that crumbles. The CTA used to spend millions of dollars to fix the crumbling line and the tracks. This is going to modernize these stations and the entire track line to make it a better ride for CTA riders to go downtown," said 48th Ward Alderman Harry Osterman.When all is said and done, the stations will be...

April 20, 2021
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Chicago Public Library expands Sunday hours, opens Altgeld branch

Chicago Public Library expands Sunday hours, opens Altgeld branch

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutLightfoot announces summer employment opportunities for Chicago youthBy CHICAGO (WLS) -- Mayor Lori Lightfoot and other Chicago leaders met at the Altgeld Branch of the Chicago Public Library Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the new branch, announce the expansion of Sunday hours to 10 more CPL branches and announce that One Summer Chicago applications have opened for another year.The new, 14,164-square-foot library branch, located at 955 E. 131st St. on Chicago's Far South Side, is a $7.5 million project first announced in 2016 that replaced the previous...

April 7, 2021
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Evanston reparations program approved as city becomes 1st in US to do so; some say it's not enough

Evanston reparations program approved as city becomes 1st in US to do so; some say it's not enough

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and EVANSTON, Ill. (WLS) -- The Evanston City Council voted to approve the "Restorative Housing Reparations Program" late Monday, becoming the first American city to offer Black residents reparations.The council meeting went well into the night. In the end, the measure was approved in an 8 - 1 vote."This is a start, although a small start. It might have some things that can be improved on but the whole point is that you have to start doing something to help rally others to get on board and make it a better process," said Dino Robinson, the founder of...

March 23, 2021
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Chicago COVID vaccine: Phase 1C start date to be announced by city

Chicago COVID vaccine: Phase 1C start date to be announced by city

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago health officials will give an update on the city's COVID vaccine distribution plan Wednesday, including when vaccinations will be expanded to the 1C group.The city is set to announce a March 29 start date for its next vaccination phase. In 1C more essential workers are eligible, including those in hospitality. construction, law, banking and media, as are Chicagoans 16 to 64 with serious health conditions."Broadly speaking, if you have an underlying condition, you're going to be able to get a vaccine in April or May," said Dr....

March 17, 2021
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Chicago Board of Education expected to vote on proposal that could mandate COVID vaccine for CPS employees

Chicago Board of Education expected to vote on proposal that could mandate COVID vaccine for CPS employees

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Board of Education is set to vote Wednesday on whether to require all Chicago Public Schools employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine or risk losing their jobs.The board's monthly virtual meeting is set to take place Wednesday morning, with a proposed policy that would give CPS CEO Janice Jackson the authority to possibly mandate the vaccine as a condition of employment.The proposal would also allow the district to call on employees to report to work in person. It also includes a provision that requires CPS employees to show proof...

February 24, 2021
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Chicago Public Schools: CTU to vote on resolution authorizing remote learning to continue

Chicago Public Schools: CTU to vote on resolution authorizing remote learning to continue

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Teachers Union House of Delegates passed a resolution Wednesday allowing all members to only work remotely. Many teachers have been refusing to return to the classroom over COVID-19 concerns.The measure will go to all members for an electronic vote on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.Earlier this month, pre-K students and children with special needs returned to in-person learning. K-8 teachers are expected to return to school buildings on Monday. K-8 students return for a hybrid schedule on Feb. 1.During a roundtable Tuesday, Chicago...

January 21, 2021
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Chicago Weather: Winter storm dumps 1 to 8 inches of snow, ice, rain, creating traffic problems

Chicago Weather: Winter storm dumps 1 to 8 inches of snow, ice, rain, creating traffic problems

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy , , , , and Alexis McAdams WESTERN SPRINGS, Ill. (WLS) -- The season's first major winter storm dumped several inches of snow and some freezing rain, making travel treacherous across the Chicago area Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.Snow overspread northern Illinois late Tuesday afternoon and piled up quickly in the suburbs as snow fell at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour in some areas.As of 9 p.m., Carol Stream reported 4.5 inches, Elburn 4.2 inches, Aurora 3.6 inches, Naperville 3.5 inches, Romeoville 3.2 inches, and Elk Grove Village 3 inches.The...

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December 30, 2020
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2nd suspect charged in retired Chicago firefighter Dwain Williams' Morgan Park shooting death

2nd suspect charged in retired Chicago firefighter Dwain Williams' Morgan Park shooting death

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and ABC 7 Chicago Digital Team CHICAGO (WLS) -- A second suspect has been charged in the fatal shooting of retired Chicago Fire Lieutenant Dwain Williams outside of a popcorn shop in Morgan Park earlier this month.Dwain Johnson, 18, of Gary has been charged with one count of first-degree murder as well as vehicle hijacking and gun charges, police said Friday morning. He is scheduled to appear in bond court Friday.On Thursday, Chicago police announced a 15-year-old boy has been charged in the shooting.Williams, a beloved retired CFD Lleutenant, was walking out...

December 18, 2020
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2nd suspect charged in retired Chicago firefighter Dwain Williams' Morgan Park shooting death

2nd suspect charged in retired Chicago firefighter Dwain Williams' Morgan Park shooting death

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutBy and ABC 7 Chicago Digital Team CHICAGO (WLS) -- A second suspect has been charged in the fatal shooting of retired Chicago Fire Lieutenant Dwain Williams outside of a popcorn shop in Morgan Park earlier this month.Dwain Johnson, 18, of Gary has been charged with one count of first-degree murder as well as vehicle hijacking and gun charges, police said Friday morning. He is scheduled to appear in bond court Friday.On Thursday, Chicago police announced a 15-year-old boy has been charged in the shooting.Williams, a beloved retired CFD Lleutenant, was walking out...

December 18, 2020
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Chicago Board of Ed set to meet Wednesday as CPS, CTU continue to clash over return to classroom plan

Chicago Board of Ed set to meet Wednesday as CPS, CTU continue to clash over return to classroom plan

Welcome, Your AccountLog OutCPS hiring 2,000 workers to supervise studentsBy CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Board of Education is meeting to discuss the plan to get CPS students back in the classroom, while the Chicago Teachers Union feels the district's plan may not be safe.CPS plans to reopen next month- bringing back some special education students as well as elementary and high school students.But teachers and staff say they still believe it's not safe to come back to the classroom:Students, parents, CTU teachers and staff plan to hold a virtual meeting calling on Mayor Lori Lightfoot to...

December 16, 2020
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