Top Chicago news: Uber Works to debut in Chicago; pilot scooter program in city ends soon; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Chicago.

School staff accused of forcing child into the cold

The family of a 9-year-old Chicago student sued the city's school system this week, accusing staff members of manhandling the boy and forcing him out of the building in 40-degree weather without a coat. 

Read the full story on Yahoo News.

Gang member killed 9-year-old boy in execution-style shooting, prosecutors say

Prosecutors spent nearly three weeks presenting evidence against Boone-Doty, 25, and his co-defendant Corey Morgan, 31, before resting their case on Wednesday.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Uber to launch app matching temporary workers, businesses

Uber Works to debut in Chicago as the company continues to diversify beyond ride-hailing.

Read the full story on Financial Times.

11 storefront theaters that carved out a place for arts in Chicago neighborhoods

With architectural innovation and historical significance, these neighborhood theaters are worth the ticket price.

Read the full story on Curbed Chicago.

Chicago’s scooter pilot program ends soon

On Oct. 15, the scooter pilot program will come to an end, and the city has no plans to extend it at this point.

Read the full story on Curbed Chicago.

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