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Case in point: Wealthy Winnetka spends at least $7,000 more per pupil.
The Chicago Headline Club’s local journalism awards are run by obsolete guidelines.
Spotlight deserved to win.
“Our local papers make a melancholy sight leaning against each other for support.” Media critic Mike Miner looks at the new Sun-Times/Daily Herald content-sharing agreement.
The Tribune likes what it hears from Rauner.
A sex-free sex scandal pushed him out of the ’04 Senate race against Obama, but Jack Ryan is back.
With a pardon at stake, two wrongful convictions in a double murder case get the reverse spin.
On a Republican hopeful, and the issue he hopes will go away.
“I scare politicians in both parties,” Bruce Rauner says.
Journalist and author Bill Granger dies
Reporters in Chicago are too busy getting their mojo back to be bummed about the biz
Ted Cox named deputy communications director to Toni Preckwinkle
More layoffs include the Daily Herald’s Ted Cox. Jim Bouton, “Ball Four”
Debt from new printing plant forces more layoffs at the Daily Herald.