Diane Pathieu, ABC 7 Chicago

Diane Pathieu

ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Chicago shoppers search for Black Friday deals amid supply chain shortages

Shoppers are searching for Black Friday deals at Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Kohls amid supply chain shortages. → Read More

Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade 2021 to step off down State Street

Chicago's Thanksgiving Day Parade is back this year. → Read More

Chicago Public Schools closed for Vaccination Awareness Day; Lightfoot to get COVID vaccine booster

Chicago Public Schools are closed Friday for Vaccination Awareness Day so CPS students can get a COVID vaccine. → Read More

Oak Park building evacuation: Residents now have just hours to evacuate apartments deemed unsafe

The seven-story Oak View Tower in Oak Park must be empty by midnight after a building inspection deemed it unsafe. "I don't know what to do," one resident said. → Read More

Xfinity outage: Comcast customers report internet outages across Chicago area, country

An Xfinity internet outage has Comcast customers unable to connect to service across the county. → Read More

As COVID vaccine for kids under 12 becomes available, Gov. Pritzker establishes IL vaccination plan

A Monday Gov. JB Pritzker COVID update established a plan to give the COVID-19 vaccine to kids as fast as possible. → Read More

Chicago police shooting: CPD officer fatally shoots man in Gresham

A Chicago shooting involving CPD left a man dead Monday on 78th and Carpenter streets in Gresham, officials say. → Read More

Food delivery driver killed in Near West Side shooting, Chicago police say

Chicago police said the 57-year-old man was sitting in his vehicle when a gunman walked up and shot him. → Read More

Donors needed: American Red Cross facing 'emergency blood and platelet shortage'

Blood donor turnout has hit a new low since 2015, according to the American Red Cross. → Read More

El Milagro workers 'unlawfully' locked out after walking off job in protest of working conditions

Workers here at El Milagro walk off the job as they demand change inside their workplace. → Read More

Waves on Lake Michigan again expected to reach up to 16 feet, affecting Chicago, NW Indiana

Waves on Lake Michigan are again expected to reach up to 16 feet, affecting Chicago and NW Indiana Thursday. → Read More

Chicago Weather: Waves up to 18 feet forecast in Lake Michigan

Dangerous weather is forecast in Chicago along Lake Michigan with high waves of up to 18 feet expected. → Read More

Chicago police warn of string of NW carjackings, armed robberies targeting women

Chicago police warn residents about a string of robberies and carjackings on the city's Northwest Side. → Read More

Chicago Teachers Union calls on CPS to improve COVID-19 safety protocols

Chicago Public Schools' COVID 19 safety protocols are not enough, CTU and SEIU say after students return to school. → Read More

Excavation to begin at Lyons home after brothers claim mother, sister buried in backyard

Lyons police are investigating after a pair of brothers claimed they had buried their mother and sister in the backyard of their home on Center Ave. → Read More

'I lost my best friend': Surveillance video shows brazen fatal shooting of 70-year-old woman

Chicago police said a 70-year-old woman was killed in a shooting in the Hegewisch neighborhood Monday morning. → Read More

Illinois school mask mandate from Gov. Pritzker meets some opposition

Governor JB Pritzker announced a new mask mandate for schools, but it is meeting some opposition. → Read More

Girl, 16, killed in Hermosa hit-and-run crash, Chicago police say

A 16-year-old girl was killed Tuesday night in an Hermosa hit-and-run crash on Armitage, Chicago police said. → Read More

Woman stabbed, critically injured on West Side CTA platform

A woman was stabbed and critically injured on a CTA platform on the West Side Tuesday morning, Chicago police said. → Read More

Students at Des Plaines school back in class for return to year-round schedule

Students at Iroquois Community School in Des Plaines are back in class Wednesday. → Read More