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Tent City In Chicago's Uptown Grows

(CBS) — A group raising funds to buy tents for the homeless on the city’s North Side is being criticized for its efforts.

CBS 2’s Sandra Torres reports. 288 more words

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Donna More Set To Lay Out her Plan to Fight Gun Violence

Donna More Set to Lay out Her Plan to Fight Gun Violence

Backed by Families of Shooting Victims

With Chicago gun violence at near epidemic levels, Cook County State’s Attorney candidate Donna More is launching a major initiative to combat gun violence. 169 more words

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Cabbies, Uber Drivers Square Off At City Hall

CHICAGO (CBS) — After a failed 24-hour strike last week, activists from the taxi industry took their fight to City Hall on Wednesday, protesting what they say is preferential treatment for rival ride-sharing companies. 319 more words

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Homeless Activists Sleep at Chicago City Hall

Homeless Activists Sleep

at Chicago City Hall

Homeless Activists Sleeping

Overnight Outside City Hall

“The phrase “persistent poverty” implies that poverty persists despite society’s best efforts to end it. 548 more words

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Tamir Rice's Mother Brings Fight For Justice To Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — The mother of a 12-year-old Cleveland boy who was killed by police last year was in Chicago on Friday, for a series of meetings, marches, and protests about alleged police misconduct. 386 more words

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THE MAYOR PICKS LIGHTFOOT TO LEAD POLICE DISCIPLINE PANEL

THE MAYOR PICKS LIGHTFOOT TO LEAD POLICE  DISCIPLINE PANEL 

THE MAYOR PICKS LIGHTFOOT TO LEAD POLICE DISCIPLINE PANEL ON APPROVAL TRACK

The  Mayor’s choice to head up the civilian panel with final say on whether Chicago cops get fired for misconduct won the endorsement Tuesday of the City Council Public Safety Committee. 315 more words

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THE MAYOR PICKS LIGHTFOOT TO LEAD POLICE DISCIPLINE PANEL

THE MAYOR PICKS LIGHTFOOT TO LEAD POLICE  DISCIPLINE PANEL 

THE MAYOR PICKS LIGHTFOOT TO LEAD POLICE DISCIPLINE PANEL ON APPROVAL TRACK

The  Mayor’s choice to head up the civilian panel with final say on whether Chicago cops get fired for misconduct won the endorsement Tuesday of the City Council Public Safety Committee. 315 more words

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