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Catch up...This week, you may have heard that Jussie Smollett was in Chicago pleading not guilty to n
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Catch up…
This week, you may have heard that Jussie Smollett was in Chicago pleading not guilty to new charges that he staged a hate crime. Or maybe you were feeling anxious about coronavirus, and felt better seeing that Mayor Lori Lightfoot said Chicago is “very prepared” to deal with an outbreak.
You may have caught some good news, too: women who served in the U.S. military will be celebrated with Illinois’ first all-female Honor Flight. And in another historic first, visitors to the DuSable Museum can now travel back in time to the 1963 March on Washington and see Dr. Martin Luther King give his iconic “I Have A Dream” speech in virtual reality.
Whatever other stories you might have missed this week, we’ve got you covered.

$4.8M city program to help arrested youth could actually ‘increase their likelihood of reoffending,’ watchdog says
Mother of dead heroin user to Chicago Police Department: ‘Enforce the law’
Clouted developer, ally of ex-Ald. Solis bids to become pot shop landlord — but says competitors might be sabotaging him
Housing, retail developments riding to Six Corners’ rescue
Chicago police set to revamp controversial gang database
Criminal justice reform needs a true champion — not the unrepentant Blago
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