Lightfoot considers $200M worker cuts, Second City for sale and all the ‘Windy City Rehab’ drama



a person standing in front of a building: A man walks past the Wells Street entrance to Second City in Chicago in August. The famed comedy theater is now entirely up for sale.


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A man walks past the Wells Street entrance to Second City in Chicago in August. The famed comedy theater is now entirely up for sale.

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a close up of a sign: A CPS clerk said conditions in some schools are deplorable and that "this is a risk CPS is asking is to take. Why does CPS feel that our lives are not important?"


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A CPS clerk said conditions in some schools are deplorable and that “this is a risk CPS is asking is to take. Why does CPS feel that our lives are not important?”

Good morning, Chicago. On Tuesday, Illinois health officials announced 1,617 new known cases of COVID-19 and 32 additional fatalities. The seven-day statewide positivity rate is currently 3.4%.

Also, the city warned

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