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            Cannabis consultant Mike Malcolm smokes a joint in a North Side 上海11选5走势图 as he explains what customers can expect at dispensaries now that recreational marijuana is legal in Illinois, Jan. 8, 上海11选5走势图.
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            How to buy legal weed like a pro

            Cannabis consultant Mike Malcolm answers all your burning questions, like can you use a topical cream if you need to take a drug test? And how fast do edibles hit?

            Members of the Illinois Air National Guard assemble medical equipment at McCormick Place.
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            How McCormick Place is being transformed into a massive field hospital for COVID-19 patients

            Lt. Gen. Todd Semonite of the Army Corps of Engineers, overseeing construction of the ‘alternative care facility’ for COVID-19 patients, says first 500 beds will be ready Friday.

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            Blagojevich, calling himself ‘freed political prisoner,’ praises Trump, vows to reform ‘broken’ criminal justice system

            "I saw what they do to families because I saw it happen to my own," Rod Blagojevich said.

            Amid fears of the coronavirus pandemic, a man has the sidewalk to himself as he smokes a cigarette at the corner of Randolph and LaSalle in the Loop, Tuesday afternoon, March 24, 上海11选5走势图.
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            We asked Chicago: How are you adjusting to social distancing?

            Chicagoans from different industries detail how they are coping with social distancing measures.

            Blackhawks announcer Eddie Olczyk makes Illinois’ first sportsbook wager, putting down $100 down on his 上海11选5走势图town White Sox to win the American League pennant at 16-to-1 odds. He placed the bet at BetRivers Sportsbook in Rivers Casino in Des Plaines.
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            Illinois no longer off the board: Sports betting launches with wager at Rivers Casino

            Illinois is the 15th state to formally roll out the industry, and a slew of others are on deck.

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            In her Chicago murals, Lauren Asta celebrates International Women’s Day ‘today and every day’

            The former photographer has been based in Chicago since 2016 and has left her signature black-and-white doodle work on 40 walls around the city.

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            In Chicago and elsewhere, Latinos converting to Islam

            Chicago is 上海11选5走势图 of one of the larger and older Latino Muslim populations, a slice of the Muslim world that’s often overlooked.

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            CPD officer shoots man in video-recorded Red Line struggle Lightfoot calls ‘extremely disturbing’

            Hours after the mayor and interim police superintendent announced plans to bolster CTA security, an officer opened fire on a man in the Grand subway station.

            Boban Simic and Bobby Thompson climb onto a piece of ice floating in Lake Michigan on Sunday.
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            ‘Boxing on an iceberg’: Video captures workout on floating chunk of Lake Michigan

            Curious onlookers gathered Sunday near Oak Street Beach to watch the floating pugilists.

            This image, taken from a surveillance video released by the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, shows Judge Jackie Portman-Brown leaving a holding cell at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse after placing a child in the cell.
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            Cook County judge put on “administrative duty,” after surveillance video shows her locking up child

            The video, provided by the Cook County sheriff’s office, was recorded Feb. 19.

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            Pressing the flesh, signing autographs, Rod Blagojevich returns 上海11选5走势图 to Chicago

            Just hours after the president commuted his sentence, the ex-governor seemed more like a campaigning pol working a rope line than a disgraced ex-convict.

            Nick Massuci escapes a pit bull attack on a North Side sidewalk by hopping on top of a fence.&nbsp;
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            How a jogger fleeing a pit bull near Ukrainian Village made global headlines

            Hear the story and watch the video that went viral and put Nick Massuci in the British tabloid press.

            A customer shows the products he bought at Verilife Marijuana Dispensary
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            Customers turned away as recreational weed sales wrap up historic first day in Illinois

            The countdown is over for legalized recreational marijuana in Illinois. We’re live-blogging all day with updates from Chicago and the suburbs.

            Chicago Police Officer Lowell Houser, charged with murder for shooting and killing an unarmed man during an off-duty argument in 2017, walks into the Leighton Criminal Courthouse, Friday morning, Dec. 20, 2019.
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            Chicago Police Officer Lowell Houser found guilty of second-degree murder

            Lowell Houser, a 28-year police veteran, had maintained that he fired his gun at Jose Nieves in self-defense in the 2017 off-duty shooting.

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            Black Caucus chairman threatens to resurrect six-month delay for recreational marijuana sales

            Ald. Jason Ervin (28th) says governor’s office is backtracking on promise to earmark two medical marijuana dispensary licenses for black or Hispanic operators.

            Stephanie Mansour demonstrates high knees, which is part of her cardio detox workout.
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            Running in place, high kicks combine for cardio detox workout

            Detoxing, especially over the holidays, can help with weight management. And if you’re looking to burn calories quickly, you’ve found the right workout.

            Alyssa Helenowski, 18, of Barrington, Ill., runs with Lunar, a silver bay miniature horse, at SOUL Harbour Ranch.
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            SOUL Harbour Ranch brings emotional healing, smiles with an assist from some four-legged pals

            SOUL Harbour therapy teams — which often include miniature horses — venture out in their custom van to visit patients at hospitals, veterans at assisted living facilities and students at schools.

            Denise Jones is a taper/drywall finisher for the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades’ Painters District Council 14.  Denise was photographed for the Hardest Working Voices series. | Brian Rich/Sun-Times
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            A former public housing resident is now helping women in trade unions become ‘fit for the fight’

            The handiwork of painter/taper Denise Jones, who used to live in Cabrini Green, can be seen all over the city.

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            Chicago-born artist Hebru Brantley is back for a massive, new installation in Pilsen

            His ‘Nevermore Park’ opens Oct. 24 and will submerge guests in the loose narrative of his iconic characters ‘Flyboy’ and ‘Lil Mama.’

            Mike Angus, a driver for Waste Management represented by the Teamsters Union, picks up a piece of garbage that was left outside of a dumpster in an apartment complex in southwest suburban Burr Ridge, Monday morning, Nov. 4, 2019.
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            Garbage hauling no longer a dirty job but still essential to city life, Teamster says

            Mike Angus left the business world to drive a garbage truck — a job he unexpectedly loves.

            Bears defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano and Cole Spiegel meet for the first time at the Chicago Sun-Times studio on October 19, 2019.
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            Cole Spiegel’s fight against cancer leads him to the game of football

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            Pritzker’s ‘fair tax’ dissected at Oak Park forum

            At a forum hosted by the Chicago Sun-Times and the Illinois AARP in Oak Park, Adam Schuster of the Illinois Policy Institute and Greg Baise of the Coalition for Jobs, Growth & Prosperity argued against the ballot measure. Bob Gallo of AARP Illinois and Ralph Martire of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, meanwhile, advocated for its passage.

            Alexis Rivera coaches for Beat the Streets Chicago Wrestling.
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            ‘Once you’ve wrestled, everything in life seems easier,’ volunteer coach says

            Beat the Streets Chicago Wrestling helps kids on the South and West Sides learn the sport, compete for college scholarships.

            Claire Voyant about halfway through her drag makeup tutorial looking on her mirror.
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            Halloween extravaganza: Chicago drag queens and kings show off their best spooky looks

            Plus, a makeup tutorial from Chicago’s own Claire Voyant.

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            Jamyle Cannon uses boxing to help West Side kids overcome life’s obstacles

            Cannon’s program, the Bloc, "spreads the love for boxing" while providing tutoring and more.

            Mike Badame, assistant chief operating engineer for the Chicago Department of Aviation, at O’Hare International Airport.
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            Mike Badame hopes you never notice him at O’Hare Airport — it means everything is working

            The operating engineer keeps the world’s 6th busiest airport running smoothly through a massive infrastructure of systems that control everything from the lights to the hot water.

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            VIDEO: Chance the Rapper gives striking teachers an ‘SNL’ shoutout, touts Chicago in song

            "I fully support you," the Jones College Prep grad says wearing a Chicago Teachers Union sweatshirt on the show.

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            Chance the Rapper ‘Quizzed’ by Nick Cannon: WATCH

            Amid the highly energized chat for the Billboard YouTube channel series, the Chicago rapper reveals he’s the biggest fan of the 2002 film "Drumline. "

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            As teachers strike, the grim reality of Chicago’s finances sets in

            Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s budget includes no property tax increase, but only because she is banking on help from state lawmakers. It also counts on new revenue and savings from cuts and efficiencies that — with all respect, mayor — we’ll believe when we see.

            Paneer pinwheel, served at Rooh, is made with red pepper makhani, fenugreek, butter powder, and peperoncino.&nbsp;| Brian Rich/Sun-Times
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            Rooh shapes local ingredients into the flavors of faraway India

            Eager to expand the definition of the cuisine, ambitious executive chef Sujan Sarkar practices a versatile cooking style he calls "freestyle Indian."

            Helene Pochopien, director of nursing at Maryville Children’s Healthcare Center
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            Nursing director helps make Maryville Children’s Healthcare Center ‘a happy place’

            Helene Pochopien does a little bit of everything for Northwest Side facility that cares for medically fragile kids and young adults.

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            Supt. Johnson had ‘a couple of drinks with dinner’ before slumping over in car, mayor says

            Lori Lightfoot says she will await the outcome of the internal investigation before determining whether the rules were bent to protect the boss and whether to hold Johnson responsible.