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    'Looking for change': Reflections on a violent year

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    Chicagoans take cold weather in stride

    Regas Chefas, Sam Winter, William Salinas, Stewart Taracena and Ariel Marcos spend time in Chicago's frigid temperatures, with colder weather on the way. (Terrence Antonio James / Chicago Tribune)

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