Top Chicago news: Man stabbed by fellow student at university; hospital ordered to restore services

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Boy with rare blood disorder needs you to 'Be The Match'

Alfredo Diaz, a 6-year-old boy from Chicago's Humboldt Park neighborhood, needs a blood stem cell donor to help cure him from a life-threatening blood disorder.

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Chicago Fire youth coach allegedly groomed girls for sex

A coach for the Chicago Fire junior soccer club has been fired after allegedly grooming three young girls for sex, including one he urged not to wear a bra to a training session so she could play better, prosecutors and team officials said.

Read the full story on New York Post.

Man stabbed by fellow student at a university in Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) - A 20-year-old man was critically wounded after being stabbed by a fellow student at a university in Chicago. Police say the 20-year-old victim and the 42-year-old suspect were in one of East-West University's academic facilities Tuesday afternoon when the older man produced a folding knife and stabbed the victim in the back. 

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Suburban Chicago hospital ordered to restore services | The Kansas City Star

A judge has ordered a closed suburban Chicago hospital to restore patient services or face significant fines for ignoring an earlier order.

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New texting service aims to get black women in Chicago answers to their pregnancy questions

A new text message service offers pregnancy information for Chicago's black pregnant women and moms. Meanwhile, Illinois Rep. Lauren Underwood recently helped launch the Black Maternal Health Caucus, part of a new national focus on why black mothers are dying.

Read the full story on Chicago Tribune.

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