By Marcus Gilmer in News on Nov 11, 2009 11:30PM
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- Students involved in the Medill Innocence Project denied allegations made by prosecutors they paid witnesses for testimony relating to Anthony McKinney; the students claim to have only paid transportation costs.
- CTA President Richard Rodriguez commented on last week's miracle stroller story, calling the mother's claim "plausible" and saying the investigation will now turn to the train's operator.
- The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society is ditching Chicago in favor of Las Vegas for it's 2012 convention.
- D-Pete is looking to rent out his home to any news organization that may want to live there while covering his trial. Thanks, but we'll pass.
- The Active Transportation Alliance, the city's largest bicycle and transit advocacy group, has done a quick 180 on their criticism of the parking meter deal and inducted Mayor Daley into their hall of fame.
- Sorry, Bulls fans. As expected, the NBA backed up the refs' call last night.