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Instead another TIF deal benefits benefits a downtown building instead of neighborhoods in need.
The brownnosing Chicago Public Schools CEO gets “dunked on” after questioning the honesty of tough-as-nails Tenth Ward alderman Susan Sadlowski Garza.
Also, a judge has sealed Jason Van Dyke’s statements to IPRA about Laquan McDonald shooting.
Also, Rauner is visiting China and Japan on his first international trade mission this week.
Also, CPS is expecting about 8,000 fewer students for the 2017-2018 school year.
Claims about truckloads of recyclables ending up in landfills have been misleading.
Also, a former pro wrestler, who also happens to be Kellyanne Conway’s first client, is running for Illinois governor.
Also, Schaumburg wants to compete with the Chicago theater scene.
Also, former mayor Richard M. Daley’s photo has finally been added to the wall of mayors at City Hall.
Also, CPD superintendent Eddie Johnson’s car was broken into over the weekend.
Also, police are searching for a group of men who allegedly gang-raped a teen girl on Facebook Live.
Also, one state legislator is getting death threats after proposing a state holiday in honor of former President Obama.
Also, local immigration officials are now detaining deportees in Kankakee County instead of suburban Broadview.