Also, the Minnesota Vikings really hate the Chicago Bears.
Also, the NHL says sexual assault allegations against Patrick Kane were “unfounded.”
Also, a new poll shows strong support for Trump in the burbs, and retail is booming in the Loop.
Also, snow on the ground in Logan Square for a movie shoot and Rahm’s new inner circle.
Also, remembering Nancy Reagan’s Chicago childhood.
Also, the bizarre murder in a high-rise gym, and the University of Chicago again investigated over its handling of sexual assault.
Also, the Chicago Tribune endorses Mike Madigan’s primary challenger, and the Chicago Shakespeare Theater announces its Navy Pier expansion.
Also, RIP to the Shrine nightclub, and plans for sex club in River North are off the table.
Also, Rahm slams Donald Trump, and being admitted to Walter Payton College Prep is a huge accomplishment.
Also, the city surpasses 100 homicides for 2016, and the mysterious killing of three young Muslim men in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Also, Cook County plans mental health crisis center to aid police, and Obama appoints a former Chicagoan to head the Library of Congress.
Also, body of missing tourist from London found on top of retired Metra train, and Hugh Hefner fights CPS budget cuts to his high school with donation.
Also, reflecting on five years of Rahm rule in Chicago, and Chicago State University’s financial problems take a turn for the worse.
Also, a New Yorker profile on Father Michael Pfleger offers an interesting glimpse into Chicago politics, and a man is found shot to death in taxi in Lincoln Square.
Also, family searches for British tourist missing in West Pullman, and Bernie Sanders’s 1963 arrest immortalized in photo.