Happening in Chicago now — May 22, 2018

Happening in Chicago now — May 22, 2018

Every weekday morning, catch up on the latest in Chicago news, sports and entertainment with “Happening in Chicago now.”

May 22, 2018


-Co-defendant testifies against three longtime friends in killing of twin [Chicago Tribune]

-Study: CPS 2013 closings didn’t keep promises of better academic opportunities [Chicago Sun-Times]

-Ald. John Arena under fire for demanding parking perk before Cubs-Sox game [Chicago Sun-Times]

-Illinois residents fleeing state for financial reasons [WGN]


-Manny Machado fans the flames:

-Orioles hit 3 homers that hold up for 3-2 victory over White Sox [Chicago Tribune]


-Grab a 10-cent hamburger for Epic Burger’s birthday Tuesday [Redeye]

-Switch up your workout with goat yoga at Garfield Park Conservatory [RedEye]

On this day

-Nathan Davis, American actor (Dunston Checks In, Holes, Code of Silence), born in Chicago (May 22, 1917)

Yesterday on ChicagoNow:

-The Mystery of the Ragged Stranger [The Ragged Stranger]

-I think I may be in a relationship with ‘Alexa’ [Old Single Mom]

-Missing Baby: Every Foster Parent’s Worst Nightmare [That Foster Family]

-Fees for Medical Parking [Still Advocating]

-Welcome back that old friend. Life is short… connections are meaningful. [less than perfect]

Lead image via Epic Burger

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