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The Week That Was: He Who Spends
Midday News Links: 36 Shot In Chicago Last Weekend
Illinois Man Facing Foreclosure Finds $4.8 Million Lottery Ticket In Cookie Jar
What The Hell Happened? 10 Things You May Have Missed
Epic Records Pulls Song With Lil Wayne's Offensive Emmett Till Reference
So You Think You Can Be A Taxi Driver?
Last-Minute Plans: Chicago Reporter's January/February Issue Launch Party
Judge Rules With City On Historic Prentice Women's Hospital Demolition
Chicagoist Weekend Blotter: Naperville Murder Suspect Spoke To Priest Prior To Allegedly Killing Children
Some Firefighters Also Taking Advantage Of Disability Pay
Target Hiring 300 Employees For Loop Store
Extra Extra: Cars Damaged By Falling Concrete On Eisenhower Expressway
Extra Extra: Gasoline Prices Drop, But Chicago Still Pays The Most
Number Of Illinois "Super Commuters" Up 40 Percent
Extra Extra: Sen. Durbin Calls For Investigation Of NFL Bounties
WGN Morning News, Dick Vitale Have An Awkward Moment
Jody Weis Resigns As Chicago Crime Commission Chief
Chairman Developing Midwest Tabloid
Extra Extra: Happy Birthday, Oprah!
New Walgreens Downtown Flagship Store To Go "Upscale"
Witness To Rainbow Beach Pitbull Attack: Dogs Attacked Jogger "Like He Was a Piece of Steak"
New NATO/G8 Ordinances Proposed by Emanuel Would Become Permanent
Taste of Chicago 2012 Shortened to Five Days
"Nurse-Ins" Planned for Target Stores Across Country