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Indiana governor signs bill to allow Sunday alcohol sales

Indiana has restricted Sunday alcohol sales since becoming a state in 1816.

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Trump claims to have saved Carrier jobs, but details are hazy

By enabling Carrier's Indianapolis plant to stay open, the deal spares about 800 union workers whose jobs were going to be outsourced to Mexico.

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Trump says he’ll name running mate Friday: ‘Details to follow’

Donald Trump says he will announce his choice for running mate Friday in Manhattan.

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Chicago FOP chief blasts protesters, politicians, preachers for incendiary rhetoric

<p>The head of Chicago’s police union on Monday blasted protesters, politicians and preachers, accusing them of using irresponsible "rhetoric"

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2 Emanuel mayoral challengers blast red-light camera program

<p>Two prominent challengers of Mayor Rahm Emanuel said the city needs to put the brakes on a troubled red-light camera program, arguing that the

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Cook County court trials coming to a TV screen near you

<p>The next blockbuster trial to take place in Cook County could be coming to a TV screen near you. </p>

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Building collapse at Morton Salt on North Side

<p>It started Tuesday afternoon with a loud crash.</p>

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Navy Pier boosts security after Friday brawl

<p>Navy Pier has boosted security after a pregnant female was hospitalized and five people were arrested during a wild Friday night fracas at the

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Parolee accused of robbing mother’s landlord after rent paid

<p>Matthew D. Duett’s mother paid her landlord this month in cash for the West Side apartment she shares with her parolee son, then he stole it

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Mexican woman who sought refuge in Little Village church likely here to stay: attorney

<p>A Mexican woman who avoided deportation for months by taking refuge in a Little Village church will likely be allowed to stay in the U.S., her