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Each week we collect the Chicago numbers that matter for an economic index that’s decidedly local and occasionally useful. It may not be the S&P, but it’s also never been accused of fueling a real estate bubble. For anyone looking for a clear picture of the city, this is the place.

This week the Seamless pros break down the eating habits of Chicago’s office drones.

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Meanwhile, downstate U.S. Rep. Mary Miller told Illinois delegates: “If just gun owners would come out and vote ... we could flip the state red.” And at a downtown Milwaukee news conference, Democrats slammed the Heritage Foundation’s Project 2025 as the Trump agenda for a second term.
A partir de las 9:45 p.m., el servicio meteorológico informó de 10 tornados activos en el área de Chicago, según los meteorólogos de ABC7 y WGN-TV. Era demasiado pronto para evaluar los posibles daños, pero poco después de las 10 p.m., ComEd informó de 2,226 fallos que afectaron a 201,217 clientes.
The National Weather Service is investigating more than 25 possible tornadoes, though it’s unlikely the number of confirmed twisters will be that high.
Today’s Sun-Times was not printed due to issues at our vendor’s printing facility. We’ve made the e-paper available for free today and we hope Tuesday’s paper will be delivered with Wednesday’s.
Sean Grusd pleaded guilty last year to stealing $23 million from investors in Chicago and elsewhere. With the latest allegation, prosecutors now want him locked up until sentencing.