U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Mayor Brandon Johnson call on the federal government to let migrants work in industries in which employers are hurting for staff.
An update from Chicago Public Schools as some 2,000 young asylum seekers start school with significant language barriers.
Republicans renew calls for reform measures after the conviction of a top aide to former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan.
White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf says he doesn’t see how someone could have gotten a gun into the ballpark as questions still swirl about last week’s shooting.
And Northwestern football takes the field Sunday for the first game of the season — with a cloud of brutal hazing allegations hanging over the team.
Maggie Hendricks, Freelance sports writer | @maggiehendricks
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