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ABC 7 Chicago

Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Will:

Chicago fire leaves man dead, 2 siblings injured on South Side

The Chicago Fire Department said one person died and two others were injured after a house fire on the South Side. → Read More

What is Diwali? Celebration kicks off for Hindu holiday at Chicago's city hall

What is Diwali? A celebration for the Hindu holiday kicked off at Chicago's city hall Thursday. → Read More

Black-owned spa teaching men about self-care in Alsip

After Lamont Campbell had a bad experience at a nail salon 4 years ago, he told his wife they should open a spa catering to men. → Read More

US citizens fleeing Afghanistan on charter flight arrive in Chicago after multiple challenges

A charter flight from Afghanistan with over 100 US citizens on board landed at O'Hare Airport Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Chicago police putting more focus on gang activity: 'We're going to use every resource'

Chicago police are doubling down on their efforts targeting gangs in the city. Superintendent Brown said gangs are driving the increase in violent crime. → Read More

9/11 Anniversary: Muslim Americans reflect on life after terrorist attacks

The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon was a defining moment in the lives of Muslim Americans. → Read More

Sexual harassment victims, experts react to NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo's resignation

After accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct from a number of women, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is resigning from office. The accusers include former staffers and a current staffer. → Read More

2 Chicago police officers shot, 1 killed in West Englewood shooting, CPD says

Two CPD officers were shot in West Englewood Saturday night. One later died. → Read More

2 Chicago police officers shot, 1 killed in West Englewood shooting, CPD says

Two Chicago police officers were shot Saturday night on the city's South Side. One later died. → Read More

Chicago to open first-ever Community Safety Coordination Center to curb violence

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the Community Safety Coordination Center will address seven social factors that can shape violence in communities. → Read More

Englewood neighborhood lags behind others in vaccination rates

Jonathan Brooks is an Englewood resident and pastor. He's been using the power of the pulpit to persuade people to get vaccinated. → Read More

Grand opening of mental wellness center targeting Black women aims to meet growing need

Camesha Jones opened a mental wellness center for Black women in the South Shore neighborhood on the South Side. → Read More

Wrigley Field hosts naturalization ceremony for 1st time

Wrigley Field hosted 175 people from 45 different nations as they took the oath of allegiance to the United States. → Read More

Chicagoans react to Derek Chauvin sentencing

It was unusually quiet this afternoon inside D.Alexander Studioz in Bridgeport as they watched the sentencing hearing for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. → Read More

Northwestern doctor's career inspired by mother's HIV work

Northwestern Dr. Constants Adams' career was inspired by her mother's HIV work. → Read More

Young woman who lost brothers to gun violence plans to open youth center in Gary

After losing two brothers to gun violence, Aaliyah Stewart has been making a difference in her hometown of Gary. → Read More

Juneteenth on verge of becoming Illinois holiday

An Illinois bill has just cleared a major hurdle that could make Juneteenth an official state holiday. → Read More

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announces 3 INVEST South/West winning proposals

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday three winning proposals for Chicago's INVEST South/West program. → Read More

Ebony Magazine relaunches as a digital publication

Ebony Magazine has relaunched as an all-digital publication. → Read More

Robbins Historical Society seeks to make legendary Black entrepreneur SB Fuller's former home a museum

SB Fuller started his business with $25 in 1935 buying soap and then selling it door to door. → Read More