Top Chicago news: Firefighter injured in Chatham blaze; Ditka's downtown restaurant closing; more

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Chicago.

Workers in Chicago file lawsuit against McDonald's over its coronavirus response

The plaintiffs allege that McDonald’s is not giving workers enough masks, gloves and hand sanitizer.

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Firefighter injured in Chatham blaze

A Chicago firefighter suffered minor injuries while battling an extra-alarm blaze in the Chatham neighborhood Tuesday morning. The fire was in a multi-story building at 79th Street and Vincennes Avenue with a grocery on the first floor and residences on the upper floors.

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Ditka's downtown restaurant closing permanently due to pandemic

Ditka's in Chicago becomes the latest restaurant to announce it is closing for good, due to the pandemic. The downtown location had been open for the past two decades.

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