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Ransomware attack affects nearly 500,000 CPS students

CHICAGO — A ransomware attack last year affected nearly 500,000 Chicago Public School students. The district said over 495,000 student…

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Woman’s hobby turns into business that aims to help others through baking

CHICAGO (WLS) — Hungry Monkey Baking Company works to help others as it serves up sweet treats. Cindy Kienzle started…

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Wall Street’s final-hour rally saves it from maw of bear market

NEW YORK — Wall Street rumbled to the edge of a bear market Friday after another drop for stocks briefly…

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CPS data breach exposes records of tens of thousands of students and staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — A data breach involving Chicago Public Schools exposed years’ worth of records for tens of thousands of…

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Doja Cat cancels tour, festival appearances including Lollapalooza, due to throat problems

CHICAGO (WLS) — Doja Cat is canceling her entire slate of summer festivals, including her headlining appearance at Lollapalooza, due…

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Tom Thayer, former Bears petitioning to get Steve McMichael into Hall of Fame

CHICAGO – If there’s anyone that knows what he’s made of on the field, it’s the player who would line…

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Statue puts Fergie Jenkins in good Cub company

They often say it doesn’t get better than the Hall of Fame. But for Fergie Jenkins, it kind of just…

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The Night Ministry transforming lives of Chicago’s homeless by bringing services directly to them

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Night Ministry, in Bucktown, has been serving Chicago’s homeless population for nearly half a century. It’s…

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Burrito tape: Students invent edible adhesive to seal tortilla

BALTIMORE, Md. (KSWB) — There’s nothing worse than being seconds from enjoying a full burrito or wrap only to have…

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Teen girls injured during fight at Dunbar Vocational School on South Side, officials say

CHICAGO (WLS) — Three teen girls were injured during a large fight at Dunbar Vocational Career Academy on the South…

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