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CPS inspector report highlights stolen funds and deceptive employees

<em><strong>This article was originally published on January 5, 2015.</strong></em>

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‘It makes a difference he came home,’ Chicago mom says of Obama

President Barack Obama came to Chicago Friday to push for solutions to the city's epidemic of violence, saying the steady flow of murders here is "the

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‘Ice cream-aholic’ Rauner and his dog unofficially open State Fair

<p>SPRINGFIELD — He didn’t ride a horse like Gov. Edgar did.</p>

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A new crop: The grow

<p><em>Editor’s note: Selling medical marijuana to people with serious illnesses soon will be legal in Illinois. The Sun-Times wanted to see how the

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A new crop: Distribution

<p><em>Editor’s note: Selling medical marijuana to people with serious illnesses soon will be legal in Illinois. The Sun-Times wanted to see how the

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Crowds turn out as theaters here, nationwide screen ‘The Interview’

<p>Thomas Merlock wasn’t about to let North Korean hackers keep him from seeing "The Interview" on Christmas Day. "It’s my own little way to stand up for freedom," said the Waukegan man, who was among the crowd at a screening Thursday in Buffalo Grove of the controversial movie.</p>

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Seriously sick kids can apply to use medical marijuana starting Jan. 1

<p>Seriously ill children seeking to use medical marijuana can begin to apply to the program<b> </b>Jan. 1, state officials said Tuesday in new

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Chicago’s first baby born at 12:09 a.m. on New Year’s Day

<p>As revelers welcomed the new year, Natasha Henderson started to push.</p>

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State blows self-imposed deadline for medical marijuana business licenses

<p>State officials on Wednesday missed their self-imposed deadline to award licenses to grow and sell medical marijuana in Illinois before the end of

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More than 650 people approved to use medical marijuana

<p>The number of Illinoisans legally allowed to use medical marijuana is slowly growing each month.</p>