Afternoon Briefing: Krispy Kreme doughnuts coming to McDonald’s

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In response to a continuing measles outbreak, city officials will require migrants living at a densely-populated Lower West Side shelter to receive a second dose of the measles vaccine 28 days after the first, extending the quarantine period for children under age 5, the Chicago Department of Public Health said Monday.

There have been 31 confirmed cases of measles in Chicago this year, 21 of which are in children under the age of 5. Seven cases have been reported in the city in the past week.

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Bears President Kevin Warren says Chicago lakefront is the ‘ideal location’ for a new stadium, but details on cost and funding are short

While formulating their plan for a lakefront Chicago stadium, Bears tout improved public amenities, infrastructure upgrades and economic impact that would come with new construction. Read more here.

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Krispy Kreme doughnuts are coming to McDonald’s

A phased rollout is expected to start later this year, the companies said, with availability at participating restaurants nationwide expected by the end of 2026. Read more here.

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Garrett Crochet will be in rare company when he starts opening day for the Chicago White Sox. Here’s how others have fared.

After missing 2022 while recovering from Tommy John surgery and being limited to 13 outings last season, he eagerly awaits this opportunity. Read more here.

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Eddie Izzard brings her solo ‘Hamlet’ to Chicago Shakespeare Theater

In the adaptation, Izzard (who is gender fluid and stated last year she would go by both Eddie and Suzy and she and he pronouns) portrays 23 characters including the young prince. Read more here.

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Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed after ship crash

A massive container ship adrift at 9 mph issued a “mayday” early Tuesday as it headed toward the iconic Francis Scott Key Bridge, losing power before colliding with one of the bridge’s support columns. Read more here.

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