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Three women who were found dead at a senior living facility on Chicago’s North Side amid high heat have been identified. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office said Monday that the women who were found dead Saturday were 76-year-old Delores McNeely, 72-year-old Gwendolyn Osborne and 68-year-old Janice Reed. All three women were found unresponsive over a 12-hour span at the James Sneider Apartments. Residents there started complaining of oppressively hot conditions days earlier. Alderwoman Maria Hadden said she believes the lack of air conditioning in the building likely caused the deaths. Hadden says she went to the building Thursday and learned no one had air conditioning.

Judges of the Iowa Court of Appeals say that politics never enter their deliberations despite the judges each having diverse political leanings. The answers came in response to a question from the public on maintaining the credibility of the court and happened during a question and answer se…

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