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Young people in Chicago and elsewhere were poised to become eligible for the Pfizer vaccine after the Food and Drug Administration this week expanded emergency use authorization to children ages 12 to 15.
A man who allegedly opened fire with an AK-47 in the killing of 7-year-old Jaslyn Adams at a West Side McDonald’s drive-thru last month is believed to have fled the state, according to newly unsealed federal charges.
Defendants charged with murder are typically held without bail, unless a judge agrees the presumption of guilt is not strong. Her lawyers petitioned Judge Samuel Cappas, overseeing her trial, for a bail review in March.
More than 140 people connected to Northwestern signed a letter addressed to the university board of trustees in support of new athletic director Mike Polisky, whose hiring has been the subject of criticism and protests. The letter was signed by former and current NU athletes, athletic department staff members, alumni, donors and “supporters.”
Four Cook County sheriff’s deputies were taken to a hospital after being punched in the head and face by a man about to appear before a judge in bond court at the Skokie Courthouse Wednesday, according to the sheriff’s office.
Illinois residents who received unemployment benefits in 2020 and filed their income taxes before March 15 can expect refunds from the Illinois Department of Revenue as a result of a recently enacted federal tax exemption, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Wednesday.
Rabbits — which “breed like rabbits” — can start having babies in just a few months and DuPage County's animal control agency has been swamped by bunnies in the last year, especially in the last two weeks.
The family of two brothers and their nephew who died in an explosion along a bank of the Illinois River next to Starved Rock State Park on May 6 has hired a law firm to look into what caused the tragedy.