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Chicago’s gun offender registry ‘glitch’ kept hundreds of names off

When the City Council voted to expand Chicago’s little-known gun offender registry more than a year and a half ago, aldermen said the move would

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Hundreds pay respects to teen killed over his winter coat

<p>More than 500 friends, classmates, teachers and family members came to a South Side funeral home to say goodbye Friday night to Demario Bailey, a

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Northwestern Memorial employee laptop stolen with information about 2,800 patients

<p>Medical information, Social Security numbers and other private data of about 2,800 Northwestern Memorial Healthcare patients were on an employee’s laptop stolen in October, the hospital said Friday.</p>

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Chicago building permits show increase in construction

<p>If you think you are hearing the sound of pounding hammers and whining saws more frequently in Chicago, you’re right.</p>

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Next move on Obama library up to the city, Park District VP says

<p>After a second public hearing Wednesday on the University of Chicago’s proposal to build a Barack Obama Presidential Library on Park District

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City worker got family leave while in prison

<p>A city employee sentenced to prison applied for federal family leave from his jail cell and got it, according to a report released Friday by city

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Cubs fire back at rooftop owners’ attempt to halt Wrigley Field renovations

<p>The Chicago Cubs have fired the latest brushback pitch in their duel with the owners of the rooftop businesses near Wrigley Field.</p>

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Kenneth G. Pigott, Lyric Opera president and CEO, dies at 71

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Ernie Banks’ family surprised by new will, plans to contest it

<p>Three months before he died, an ill and infirm Ernie Banks signed a new will, giving all his assets to a his live-in caretaker and agent, Regina

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WILLIAM ‘DOCK’ WALLS: Vital Stats

<p><b>The last book you’ve read?</b></p>