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TJ Dillashaw retained the bantamweight title by knocking out former champion Renan Barao in the fourth round of their rematch at the United Center.
Mexico defeated Jamaica in the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final on Sunday at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia
After the release of “Once I Was an Eagle,” English singer/songwriter Laura Marling decided to seek peaceful refuge.
“Keeping the Promise” ordinance is a motion designed to provide over 12,000 families access to affordable housing without drain on the city’s budget.
Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center Family Fun Fest will welcome hundreds of families out for an afternoon of free activities and health screenings
The National Hellenic Museum opens the first major exhibition in Chicago of the art of legendary actor, painter and sculptor, Anthony Quinn since 1948, when the actor portrayed Stanley Kowalski in Elia Kazan’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire at the Harris Theatre
Chicago teachers are holding their breath once again as the cuts to the education budget begin to trickle out of City Hall, leaving many educators struggling.
ComEd recently announced it has activated its plan to help continue administering its CARE programs, which provide customers in need with financial assistance.
Who doesn’t love empanadas? Whether they’re from Colombia, Puerto Rico or Portugal, the little crescent shaped stuffed fried bread is always a winner at family dinners or at restaurants.
A Spanish newscaster plans to challenge incumbent Rep. Luis Gutiérrez in next year’s race for the 4th Congressional District of Illinois.
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