Top Chicago news: Man robbed on Red Line train; lakefront repairs underway after major storm; more

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Lakefront communities scramble to repair damage from flooding during weekend storm

Crews are still working Monday to clean up the mess left behind as heavy rain, whipping winds and high waves pounded the Chicago area over the weekend. Trees along the shoreline are now covered in thick ice, as record-high lake levels continue to rise.

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1 in custody after man robbed on CTA Red Line train

Chicago police said a 24-year-old man was robbed on a CTA Red Line train in the Bronzeville neighborhood Sunday night.

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Dog that disappeared 8 years ago is reunited with owners

No one knows where Shaggy, a Yorkie mix, was for all these years, but his microchip revealed who his owners were.

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Community groups work to help end trafficking of homeless women, children

People gathered Saturday night to take steps to end human trafficking in the Chicago area.

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First Chicago Rosé Fest set

The event will take place at the Godfrey Hotel's rooftop lounge on Saturday.

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