Mark Rivera, ABC 7 Chicago

Mark Rivera

ABC 7 Chicago

Tampa, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Mark:

Chicago Ukrainians unite as Russia raises stakes of war: 'Putin is the Hitler of our age'

"We need to realize that Putin is the Hitler of our age. He is a madman and he needs to be stopped," said Marta Farion, Vice President, Ukrainian Congress Committee of America. → Read More

Remembering Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Chicago as world mourns monarch's death

Although Queen Elizabeth II was the British monarch, her death is being felt across the pond in America. → Read More

Highland Park hosts Chicago Open pickleball tournament with $50K top prize

It's a paddle-based pastime that's picking up steam: pickleball! A tournament for hundreds of players starts this week in Highland Park. → Read More

Week after Highland Park shooting, community comes together for vigil remembering those lost

Highland Park, Illinois residents came together to remember those lost and injured in a July 4 shooting. → Read More

Police say previous contact with Crimo family included 'clear and present danger' concerns

Highland Park police had multiple contacts with the accused parade shooter and his family since 2002. One prompted police to label Bobby as a "clear and present danger." → Read More

2-year-old girl killed in Roseland apartment fire; unit had no working smoke detectors, CFD says

Investigators have revealed the cause of an apartment fire that killed a 2-year-old girl on Chicago's Far South Side. → Read More

Illinois Broadcasters, UNICEF to host all-day fundraiser to provide help for Ukraine

Millions of children and mothers are facing a fearful fate as they are forced to flee their homes in Ukraine → Read More

Polish-Ukrainian ties deepen in Chicago and Europe as war rages on in 6th week

Polish and Ukrainian communities are uniting in Europe and also here in Chicago. → Read More

Friends, family continue search for missing Evanston woman and trans advocate Elise Malary

A car belonging to a missing woman described as a "leader and advocate for the trans community" was found in Evanston on Tuesday. → Read More

St. Anthony Hospital moving to Little Village in 'transformational' redevelopment

Plans to move Saint Anthony Hospital to Little Village were approved by Chicago's City Council Wednesday. → Read More

Last-minute Chicago shoppers scramble for Christmas gifts

If you've left your Christmas shopping for Christmas Eve, well, you're not alone. → Read More

'Polite' Chicago armed robber strikes Rogers Park 21 times over span of a month, CPD says

CPD is alerting North Side residents of a suspect accused in over 20 Chicago robberies, especially in Rogers Park. → Read More

Chicago Meals on Wheels veteran retires after 40 years, son taking over route

For Artha Jackson Sr., Meals on Wheels isn't just a job. It's a calling. → Read More

Special edition Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place continues for 4th day

The Chicago Auto Show 2021 continues Sunday McCormick Place, with plenty of new cars on display. → Read More

Chicago Auto Show 2021 at McCormick Place offers test driving, food, music

It's Day Three of the Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place Friday. → Read More

Illinois COVID Update: United Center vaccine site closing as IL reports 258 cases, 8 deaths

Illinois public health officials reported 258 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 and 8 related deaths Wednesday. The United Center mass vaccination site is closing Thursday, as Chicago shifts its vaccine strategy. → Read More

Loop fire breaks out in high-rise that houses Citibank, Cook County offices, CFD says

A fire broke out early Wednesday at a high-rise in Chicago's Loop. → Read More

Google training program helps people transition into new career in IT

It's an online teaching program created by Google to train you in IT support, data analytics and project management. → Read More

Chicago area manufacturing workers in demand as companies ramp up production

A Chicago area company looks to fill more than 100 open manufacturing jobs as production increases. → Read More

Downtown retailers work to bring shoppers back one year after COVID pandemic lockdown

The COVID crisis brought retail in nearly every Chicago community to a grinding halt. → Read More