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Founded in 1833, the Potawatomi were forcibly removed from their land following the Treaty of Chicago and then became a major transportation and telecommunications hub in North America. Today, the city retains its status as a major hub, both for industry and infrastructure, with Chicago-O'Hare International Airport as the second busiest airport in the world.

Population: 2896016
Local Newspapers: Chicago Tribune Chicago Sun-Times
Local Sports Teams: Chicago Bears (NFL) Cubs (MLB) White Sox(MLB) Bulls (NBA) Blackhawks (NHL)
Local Colleges: Roosevelt University Loyola University DePaul University

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Scenes from Saturday's March for Science

An estimated 40,000 people, dogs, cats, and dinosaurs gathered in Grant Park on Saturday-a seasonably appropriate Earth Day-to march to the Field Museum to show their support for science: the belief in it, the funding for it, and its spirit of openness and curiosity, all things that have been denied by members of the current administration. It was also an opportunity to make some excellent protest signs, which, arguably, has become the great public art form of our time .

Faithful celebrate 150 years of St. Stainslaus Kostka Parish at Jubilee Mass

On the day in which the Church celebrates what is known as Divine Mercy Sunday, Cardinal Blase Cupich celebrated mass at a church that is home to the Divine Mercy Chapel -- one reason it is the only parish in the area open 24 hours a day and seven days a week, now in its 150th year. The Jubilee Mass at St. Stainslaus Kostka Parish was filled with faithful families that came to worship with multiple relations in tow, like the Morgan family, who gathered Sunday afternoon from five states to honor five generations of faith at a parish that towers over the Kennedy Expressway.

Frank Lloyd Wright building tours planned to mark birthday

Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright will be getting the chance to celebrate the 150th anniversary of his birth by walking through some of the most famous buildings he designed in and around Chicago.

Obama launches Chicago trip with visit to South Side job training group

Former President Barack Obama , on two-day visit to Chicago that began Sunday, met privately with at-risk young men on the South Side to talk about gang violence, jobs skills and employment, a spokesman said. The meeting was with participants in a program created by Obama's longtime friend and former education secretary, Arne Duncan - and signified a return to Obama's roots as a community organizer 30 years ago on the South Side.

Gold, silver, 20 pounds of pot found after man yells at cop, 'We're going to get you'

Reggie Catayong, 44, faces witness intimidation and drug charges after police say his apartment was searched and officers found numerous drugs, cash and precious metals. Police say Catayong followed a Chicago police officer from court and shouted "We're going to get you!" on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

Niles police: Woman who got on wrong bus accused of spitting at driver

The following items were taken from the Niles Police Department reports. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt.

$3M award in suit against drug company over mana s suicide

A suburban Chicago woman has been awarded $3 million in a lawsuit against a pharmaceutical company she blamed for her husband's suicide. Wendy Dolin's husband, Stewart, stepped in front of a Chicago Transit Authority train on July 15, 2010.

Man charged with kissing 6-year-old girl in Northwest Side store

Noe Moreno, 43, is charged with with being the man who kissed a 6-year-old girl on the mouth in a Logan Square store and putting the girl's hand in his pocket, police said. Police had released surveillance photos of the attacker.

Pledge drives flourish at public media in Chicago

Was I imagining things, or did the WBEZ announcers sound cheerier than usual during the membership drive that ended last week? Maybe it was the fact this spring's drive was reduced to just five days on the air-after days of hints to listeners to go online to make their pledges. Maybe it was the campaign's success: the revenues it raised-$1 million-soared 33 percent above the 2016 spring total, and that drive was considered a good one.

Connected to Chicago - " 04-22-2017

Celebrating Mayor Richard M. Daley's 75th birthday with some of his "Greatest Hits". Then, Ray Long breaks a story about a fired Illinois Tollway employ who was hired to run the security detail at O'hare airport and follows up on the Chicago Tribune investigation of state pharmacies and law changes that need to be made to prevent errors in dosing and reactions.

March for Science Chicago expects more than 45,000 to attend on Saturday

The first ever March for Science Chicago will take place on Earth Day Saturday amid growing concern from environmental groups and scientists about climate change and other environmental issues. "Our march is inspired by threats to the validity of scientific data, to the role of scientific organizations in policy making, and to the spirit of science as a means to learn about our world," organizers said on the group's website, .

From blues to views, big things in the works for Chicago

One of the great things about Chicago is that there's always something happening in the city - some things, of course, better than others. But over the next couple of years, there are three big things getting ready to blow into the Windy City that should be fun for visitors and city-dwellers alike.

Chef Fabio Viviani talks new web series, having a day named for him in Chicago

Siena Tavern co-owner Fabio Viviani lived in the area for less than six years before he scored one of Chicago's greatest honors -- having a day named for him. He joked that it also didn't take long for that recognition to go to his head.

Shooting suspect charged with battery of corrections officer in jail

Deonta X. Nabors, 23, accused of shooting a taxi driver during an attempted armed robbery in Aurora has been charged with aggravated battery to a peace officer inside the Kane County Jail. Deonta X. Nabors, 23, accused of shooting a taxi driver during an attempted armed robbery in Aurora has been charged with aggravated battery to a peace officer inside the Kane County Jail.

Goettsch Partners officially debuts new 54-story office tower in Chicago

Operating since February, the 54-story office tower made its official debut during a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday. Designed by locally based Goettsch Partners , the massive tower sits atop a narrow base, which fits between seven active Amtrak rail lines to the west and the Chicago River to the east.

ChiTeen Lit Fest: Helping Chicago teens 'author the culture of their times'

Tara Mahadevan, from left, Wesley Sun and Amber Goliath helped kick off ChiTeen Lit Fest with a preview party April 18, 2017, at the American Writers Museum. Tara Mahadevan, from left, Wesley Sun and Amber Goliath helped kick off ChiTeen Lit Fest with a preview party April 18, 2017, at the American Writers Museum.

Chance the Rapper named one of Time's 100 most influential people of 2017, and other Chicago news

Chance the Rapper has been named as one of the most 100 influential people in the world by Time m agazine . Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein, President Donald Trump, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, actor Riz Ahmed, actress Emma Stone, and basketball legend LeBron James are some of the other influencers to make the 2017 list.

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