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Sing along with the Blues Brothers' "Sweet Home Chicago" at 7 p.m. Saturday. (K. Kendall / Flickr)

Get ready to belt out “I Won’t Back Down” and “Sweet Home Chicago” during citywide singalongs.

In this June 10, 1998, file photo, Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan reaches high above teammates Dennis Rodman, left, Scottie Pippen, and Scott Burrell (24) for a rebound against the Utah Jazz in the second half of Game 4 in the NBA Finals in Chicago. (AP Photo / Michael S. Green, File)

A 10-part documentary series focused on the final year of the 90’s Bulls dynasty that won six NBA titles in eight years will debut Sunday night on ESPN and on Netflix over five consecutive Sundays through May 17.

President Donald Trump listens during a briefing about the coronavirus in the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Thursday, April 16, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo / Alex Brandon)

The new guidelines are aimed at easing restrictions in areas with low transmission of the coronavirus, while holding the line in harder-hit locations. 

(Spike Stitch / Flickr)

Agriculture is one of Illinois’ main industries. But like many other sectors, it’s taking a beating because of the coronavirus.

A medical worker prepares to test a young man for COVID-19 at a Children's National Hospital drive-through coronavirus testing site at Trinity University, Thursday, April 16, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo / Andrew Harnik)

The United States is struggling to test enough people to track and control the spread of the novel coronavirus, a crucial first step to reopening parts of the economy.

New statewide totals: 27,575 cases, 1,134 deaths

(WTTW News)

“The science says our students can’t go back to their normal routine,” Gov. J.B. Pritzker said during his daily press conference Friday.

A still image from a video taken of the demolition of the Crawford Coal Plant smokestack, April 11, 2020. (Alejandro Reyes / YouTube)

Mayor Lori Lightfoot vowed on Friday to hold Hilco Redevelopment Partners accountable for botching the demolition of the smokestack at the former Crawford Power Plant, sending a plume of dust over six blocks of homes in Little Village.

(Brandis Friedman / WTTW News)

Gov. J.B. Pritzker closes schools for in-person learning for the rest of the year to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus as cases and deaths continue to climb. Meanwhile, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot fines the company behind the Crawford Power Plant implosion.