Extra Extra: Teachers Picket In Opposition To Deep CPS Cuts
Teachers from the Chicago Teachers Union picketed in front of City Hall Thursday in opposition of the deep budget cuts and layoffs projected by CPS. [Sun-Times]
A hedge fund manager with a fancy Michigan Avenue office was concealing a ponzi scheme, prosecutors say, and has been convicted of wire fraud. [Tribune]
Some Argyle Street business owners in Uptown are concerned about weathering the massive construction project underway on the street to turn it into a "shared street" with a raised surface suitable for cars, pedestrians and cyclists to use at will. [DNAinfo]
The woman stabbed to death in a Lincoln Square brawl instigated the fight with a 19-year-old man, prosecutors said. [DNAinfo]
The decline of Groupon's stock since February continues, with the stock falling below $5 Thursday. [Tribune]
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