Chicago Sun-Times : 2020-07-31

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2 | Friday, July 31, 2020 | The Hardest-Working Paper in America | suntimes.com TOP NEWS INDEX Entertainm­ent ........................... 23 Horoscopes .............................. 24 Lottery results .......................... 28 Nation/World ...................... 16, 34 Obituaries .................................. 34 Opinion ....................................... 20 Sudoku ....................................... 27 Lynn Sweet ................................. 16 TV listings .................................. 28 Weather ...................................... 25 The Chicago Sun-Times (USPS No. 103-920) is published daily except Sundays by SunTimes Media LLC, 30 North Racine Avenue, Chicago IL 60607. The Sunday Sun-Times is published weekly. See Sunday’s edition for identifica­tion informatio­n. Periodical postage paid at Chicago, IL. POSTMASTER: Send change of address to Sun-Times Media LLC, 30 North Racine Avenue, Chicago, IL 60607, or call 888-848-4637. MANAGE YOUR SUBSCRIPTI­ON Call: Online: Email: SUN-TIMES PRICES Mon.-Sun.: Wed., Thu., Fri., Sun.: Sun. only: Digital: (888) 848-4637 suntimes.com/service customerse­rvice@suntimes.com $19.99/month $13.99/month $7.99/month $74.49/year Jeff Agrest ............................ 50-51 Bridge ......................................... 25 Business ..................................... 18 Mona Charen ............................. 22 Classified ................................... 29 Comics ............... 26-27, Classified Crosswords .................... 26, 31, 32 Dear Abby .................................. 24 Vol. 73, No. 149 ©2020 TV WEEKLY DELIVERY CONTACT US Main switchboar­d: Newsroom: Letters to the editor: TV Weekly is delivered on Friday. Call 1-800-945-5000 for a replacemen­t. To order, call 1-888-584-6688 or visit iwantmytvm­agazine.com. Your subscripti­on entitles you to unlimited access to and the Sun-Times E-Paper. Visit (312) 321-3000 metro@suntimes.com suntimes.com suntimes.com/subscribe. letters@suntimes.com CORRECTION: Chicago Public Schools officials said district CEO Janice Jackson misspoke, during an interview recounted in Wednesday’s paper, about levels of COVID-19 positivity rates that could lead to rolling back a plan that would see most students in school two days a week this fall. Officials say an 8% positivity rate — not 5%, as Jackson indicated — along with a rolling average of 400 new cases per day in Chicago could lead officials to move to full remote learning this fall.

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