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Vendors at Little Village’s Discount Mall Hurt by Novak Decision
The partial closure, and expected full closure, of the Little Village Discount Mall is an example of a growing national trend of mall closings. More than 40 vendors have been forced out.
Analyzing Race Populations in the Five Largest American Cities
Chicago and New York City remain the most diverse cities in the United States, but there are shifts in populations in other major U.S. cities. Explore the data.
Chicago Public Schools Plays Tug-of-War with its Bilingual Programs
The Transitional Bilingual Education Program and the Dual Language Program -- both offered by Chicago Public Schools -- aren't getting the same treatment and are producing different results.
Asian Americans Are Facing Unprecedented Difficulties in Chicago
A series of studies were conducted and found that hate crimes targeting the Asian American community have reached some unprecedented levels. What does that mean in Chicago?
How is Illinois Handling All of the Bilingual Teacher Vacancies?
The Illinois State Board of Education is offering $4 million in response to bilingual teacher vacancies. It's a temporary solution, and teachers say there’s more that can be done.
Security In Chinatown: What Improvements are Being Made
Residents and the Chicago Police Department say they're concerned about the increase in crime in Chicago's normally peaceful Chinatown neighborhood.
DACA Accessibility in Chicago — An Ongoing Issue
According to The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, 46% of DACA recipients say that DACA has enabled them to become more financially independent.
Data: CTA Ridership Struggling to Recover to Pre-Pandemic Numbers
Data Analysis: Chicago Mayoral Election Runoff Results by Ward
Food Prices Skyrocketing Again in Chicago, Rest of the U.S.
Mega Development Along the Chicago River to Impact Chicago’s Future
How Has Chicago’s Drinking Culture Been Changing?
Gender Rights and Issues
Outbreak: COVID-19 in Chicago
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