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State rebates are on the way — how soon could money be coming your way? How neighborhoods are recovering from weekend flooding, DePaul University has a new president and a virtual cooking camp.

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The late Queen Elizabeth’s history with Chicago as the world mourns her death. The Bears face the public about their new stadium plans — we’re live from Arlington Heights. And, we preview the team’s first game of the season.

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Advocates say more needs to be done to increase equity in marijuana licensing. More churn at City Hall, the latest on the R. Kelly trial and a federal search of a former president.

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The Bears unveil preliminary Arlington Heights plans. Plus, Chicago gets new COVID booster shots, why so many City Council members are choosing to hang it up, and airlines vow to improve customer service as air travel rebounds.

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On this Labor Day, remembering the city’s long history of unions and what a pro-worker ballot measure means this November. Plus, LGBTQ icons make a splash and a South Side parade marches downtown.

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How local leaders are responding to migrants who’ve arrived in Chicago, by bus from Texas. Plus, how the city’s teen curfew is working. And we’re in East Side for our In Your Neighborhood series.

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More people could be getting in line for COVID-19 boosters after the FDA’s latest move. The soaring cost of college. And we break down the latest moves in City Hall with our Spotlight Politics team.

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Curbing the excessive drag racing and stunts on city streets. Addressing overall traffic fatalities in the city. One-on-one with the teachers union chief. And an epic collection of vintage Hollywood.

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A new report on how many hours Chicago Police officers are working. Plus, a new lease on life for a little village mall, why there will be far fewer voting precincts in Chicago this election and a new exhibit about preservationist photographer Richard Nickel.

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Darren Bailey’s association with a pastor who was at the Capitol riots. Live from North Center. Ukraine celebrates its independence day amid war. And more young adults turning to hallucinogenic drugs.

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Details on the president’s student debt relief plan. A major new affordable housing project in Auburn Gresham. Busing issues with CPS. And the Chicago Sky advance in the playoffs.

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Congress members on student loan debt and the inflation reduction bill. The latest on the R. Kelly trial. An ominous forecast for extreme weather in this region. And a vending machine for art.

The head of CPS on the first day of school. Plus, teaching Asian American history, pain relief without drugs and the latest on Chicago’s controversial monuments.

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Republican Day at the state fair. We’re live from North Park. A new study says Illinois has the largest per capita Muslim population in the U.S. A new FDA rule impacting millions needing hearing aids.

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We’re live at the Illinois State Fair and it’s Democrat Day. Plus, opening statements in the R. Kelly trial. Why insulin is so expensive. And earning a bachelor’s degree in a maximum security prison.

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President Biden signs his signature piece of legislation. The state’s top doctor on COVID and more. An Afghanistan war interpreter’s fight for citizenship. And the Morton Arboretum turns 100.