Also, the City Council approved a $95 million police training academy despite a plea from Chance the Rapper.
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Chicago has a real shot at hosting World Cup games in 2026, and other news
Also, the Illinois house failed to pass a ban on semiautomatic rifle bump stocks.
Illinois school funding bill waits on Rauner’s desk after house and senate pass it, and other Chicago news
Also, Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan sues the city to enforce police reform.
The Illinois senate is racing against time to reach a ‘grand bargain’ budget deal, and other Chicago news
Also, Pat Quinn returns to the state capitol for the unveiling of his official portrait.
United Airlines’ public relations crisis continues as its stock falls, and other Chicago news
Also, the city of Chicago has announced that its buildings will be entirely powered by renewable energy by 2025.
RIP Wrigleyville. Welcome to Rickettsville.
The family behind both the Cubs’ World Series win and Donald Trump’s presidential victory are remaking Wrigley Field and the surrounding neighborhood in their own image.
Wikileaks reveals Rahm’s Clinton-like custom e-mail domain, and other Chicago news
Also, Black Lives Matters Chicago wants to help pay for Joshua Beal’s funeral.
The Cubs’ World Series win was inevitable
And it delivered on that inevitability.
Report: Rahm’s 2017 budget for police misconduct lawsuits will end up costing taxpayers, and other Chicago news
Also, Chicago’s election history proves that truth is stranger than fiction.
The method to Joe Maddon’s madness
How the Cubs’ quirky new manager, Joe Maddon, has managed to make the Lovable Losers a winning team.
Cubs’ 17-0 win last night the most lopsided shutout in interleague history
But not as lopsided as the north-siders’ 22-0 loss at Wrigley in 1975.
White Sox and Cubs climb to 16 under—and just wait till next year!
Both teams were less bad this season.
Reading The Natural and almost feeling hopeful about the Cubs
The Cubs may be building something promising—or maybe they’re not. Does it matter?
Is it so bad that an ex-Cub wants to write?
A New York Times profile of Adrian Cardenas tries a little too hard to drum up drama.
At 1:34 in the morning, Cubs win!
A backup catcher pitches the Cubs to victory in the team’s longest game ever.