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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

In front of a light blue background, dark blue hands cradle a silhouette of the Chicago skyline, which lies behind a black-and-white bus and a group of orange individuals holding hands.

Chicago organizations and government work to aid asylum seekers

September 27, 2022

As nearly 1,200 asylum-seeking migrants have arrived on buses in Chicago over the past month, Chicago-area governments and community organizations have worked to provide these individuals with essential...

Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Pritzker announced the priority eligibility age will lower from 75 to 65 for the next stage of Illinois COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Pritzker lowers Illinois Phase 1B vaccine eligibility age to 65, citing equity reasons

January 6, 2021

The priority eligibility age will lower from 75 to 65 for the next stage of Illinois COVID-19 vaccine distribution, Gov. J.B. Pritzker announced Wednesday. The shift marks a departure from the Advisory...

 Gov. Bruce Rauner declares victory on election night in 2014. Rauner declared his support for Puerto Rico on Monday, saying he is ready to deploy 550 Illinois National Guard troops upon request.

Rauner offers Puerto Rico assistance from Illinois National Guard

October 2, 2017

Gov. Bruce Rauner said in a Monday news release that the state is ready to deploy 550 Illinois National Guard troops to Puerto Rico to assist with Hurricane Maria recovery efforts. The Illinois National...

Jennifer Pritzker

Evanston billionaire, philanthropist named one of the most influential LGBT voices

April 16, 2014

Out Magazine named Evanston resident Jennifer Pritzker one of the 50 "most influential LGBT voices in American culture" on Tuesday. Pritzker, the 63-year-old granddaughter of the Hyatt hotel...

The Illinois Senate passed a bill regulating use of drones as the relatively affordable surveillance technology  becomes increasingly popular among local law enforcement agencies.

Illinois Senate passes drone privacy rules

April 23, 2013

The Illinois Senate last week approved a sweeping drone privacy bill championed by state Sen. Daniel Biss of Evanston. The bill sponsored by Biss, a Democrat, would prohibit police departments in the...

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