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Three months after an investigation into the COVID outbreak that killed 36 residents at the state-run veterans’ home in LaSalle found the facility’s management was “ineffective, reactive and…chaotic” responding to the virus’ spread, Republicans in the Illinois House are once again agitating for more information from Gov. JB Pritzker’s administration.
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The passenger, Max Berry, took to Twitter early Wednesday, saying Frontier staff treated him like livestock. He has been charged with three misdemeanor counts of battery.
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Brent Schwoerer is the owner and brewmaster at Engrained Brewing Company. He spoke with Community Voices about brewing craft beer.
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After making homophobic comments during a performance, rapper DaBaby has been widely criticized and dropped from multiple festivals. The fallout could mark a cultural shift in the music business.
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50 years ago, on August 1, 1971, the Concert for Bangladesh, led by George Harrison and Ravi Shankar, raised funds — and awareness — for Bengali refugees. What's the legacy of this landmark event?
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