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Risks in Chicago’s Med Spas: Lack of On-Site Physicians Raises Concerns

Risks in Chicago's Med Spas: Lack of On-Site Physicians Raises Concerns

The medical spa industry, valued at $15 billion, has experienced significant growth since the onset of the pandemic. However, a recent study has shed light on a concerning trend: most med spas in Chicago operate without a doctor on-site, posing potential risks for patients. Medical Nature of Med Spas According to Alex Thiersch, CEO of … Read more

Robbers Hold Chicago Bar Owner on Gunpoint, Loot Customers

Robbers Hold Chicago Bar Owner on Gunpoint, Loot Customers

A spree of armed robberies rocked the West Town area over the weekend, culminating in a brazen incident at the Irish Nobleman Pub on West Erie Street. In the early hours of Saturday morning, the popular bar became the scene of a harrowing ordeal as customers were robbed at gunpoint, and the bar owner narrowly … Read more

Chicago Braces for Severe Thunderstorms Amidst Warm Temperatures

Chicago Braces for Severe Thunderstorms Amidst Warm Temperatures

Chicago-area residents are eagerly anticipating warmer temperatures reaching nearly 80 degrees over the weekend. However, the welcome warmth comes with a caveat as the region faces the looming threat of severe weather. Friday Forecast: Cloudy Skies and Potential Thunderstorms Friday’s forecast predicts highs in the mid-60s with cloudy skies giving way to rainfall later in … Read more

Controversy Surrounds Chicago’s Response to Growing Migrant Influx as Winter Approaches

Chicago finds itself at the center of a contentious debate as it attempts to address the increasing number of homeless migrants seeking shelter in the city amid plummeting temperatures. With hundreds of migrants still sleeping outdoors, the construction of two new shelters, funded by the state of Illinois, faces local resistance and legal challenges from … Read more

Suburban Chicago Officials Drop Citations Against Reporter Amid First Amendment Controversy

In a suburban Chicago community, officials have retracted municipal citations issued to a local news reporter who was accused of persistent contact with city officials regarding treacherous fall flooding. Unwarranted Citations Issued to Local Reporter The reversal comes after days of controversy surrounding the citations that were mailed to Hank Sanders, a Daily Southtown reporter, … Read more