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Chicago Records Largest Mass Shooting Since 2014 As Violent Crime Spikes Again

Violence in Chicago spiked over the weekend as, according to the Chicago Tribune, the city recorded its largest mass shooting since 2014. In total, 8 people were murdered in just this past weekend and another 40 were wounded. In total,...Show More Summary

Robert Feder Misses Roger Ebert's Political Writing

The astute political columns of Roger Ebert were the topic of an article published today by former Chicago Sun-Times columnist and Chicago Tribune syndicated columnist Robert Feder at his blog. publisher Chaz Ebert isShow More Summary

Tribune Does Math

We've been talking about this for what? Years? Especially the upcoming retirements. Now the Tribune wakes up and gets in on the act? The plan to grow the size of the Chicago Police Department could mean hiring more than 2,200 policeShow More Summary

Election Roundup: State Senate races, (FL-Sen) and (VA-07) dominate this week's coverage

The following stories are examples of this week's Election Roundup of  82 down ticket stories  covering Sunday  10/9  through Saturday  10/15 (IL-Sen) IL-Sen: Chicago Tribune Endorses Tammy Duckworth (D) For U.S. Senate By poopdogcomedy That's what is remarkable, and sobering, about this race: Both candidates experienced traumatic injuries. Show More Summary

Live blog: 2016 Equity Jeff Awards

The 48th annual Equity Jeff Awards ceremony honoring excellence in professional theater produced in the Chicago area is being held at Drury Lane in Oakbrook. Chicago Tribune's Theater Loop, including theater critic Chris Jones, will be tweeting throughout the event. On the Tribune app? Click here...

Disgusting: Newspaper Cites Senator Kirk’s Stroke as Reason for Endorsement of Challenger

The Chicago Tribune delivered Mark Kirk a low blow last week. The Tribune gave Tammy Duckworth, the challenger for his Illinois senate seat,...

When Chicago attacks L.A. with lame cliches, this Dodgers fan fights back

The Chicago Tribune, plumbing the depths of its Midwestern wisdom, has seen fit to publish a column denigrating Los Angeles. Who is in charge of that operation? Oh, wait a minute. I guess the L.A. Times has the same owners. Anyway, the column in question, published on the eve of the National League...

3-Year-Old Boy Shoots Himself After Father Leaves Gun On Dresser And Goes To Bed

Jeremiah Banks, a 3-year-old boy, accidentally shot himself with a gun his father left on the bedroom Thursday, the Chicago Tribune is reporting. The toddler shot himself in the head with a 9 mm semi-automatic Diamondback. Banks had entered his parent’s bedroom in Waukegan, Chicago, around 3 a.m. Show More Summary

Chicago Tribune Won’t Endorse GOP Senator Mark Kirk Because He Suffered a Stroke

6 days agoNews : Mediaite

Despite having endorsed the longtime Illinois Republican Senator a whopping six times, The Chicago Tribune declined to endorse Mark Kirk Friday because he suffered a stroke in 2012.

Trump Again Suggested Dating Young Girls

Los Angeles Times: “In a December 1992 wire brief in the Chicago Tribune, Trump is described as having spotted a youth choir singing Christmas carols at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. He asked two girls how old they were. When [...]

Chicago Tribune endorses Duckworth, cites Kirk's health

The Chicago Tribune has endorsed Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth for the U.S. Senate, arguing that incumbent Republican Mark Kirk is unable to fully do the job after his recovery … Click to Continue »

James Beard Awards will stay in Chicago through 2021

Chicago will host the James Beard Awards through 2021, a four-year extension from the originally planned hosting period, revealed Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the James Beard Foundation exclusively to the Tribune. The so-called Oscars of the food industry were scheduled to end their run here in 2017,...

Report finds over 125,000 complaints against more than 25,000 Chicago police officers

6 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

An analysis of five decades of police records by The Chicago Tribune found that a small group of Chicago police officers have racked up over 100 complaints each over the course of their respective careers, “including notoriously corrupt cops who wound up in prison but also others whose allegations of repeated wrongdoing were never before made public.” (more…)

Donald Trump Reportedly Told 14-Year-Old Girls: 'In A Couple Of Years, I'll Be Dating You'

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Donald Trump reportedly told two 14-year-old girls in 1992 that he would be dating one of them “in a couple of years.” A news brief published in the Chicago Tribune at the time said the girls were part of a youth choir singing outside...Show More Summary

Game Over for Donald Trump? Women Accusing Him Of Sexual Misconduct Keep Coming [Video]

Article contains sexual content some readers might find offensive. More women are coming out accusing Donald Trump of fondling or kissing them without their permission the Chicago Tribune is reporting. These accusations are coming just...Show More Summary

Holiday Cookie Contest begins! Your chance to make some dough

Calling all Chicago-area cookie bakers! It's time for the Chicago Tribune's annual Holiday Cookie Contest. We're looking for a cookie recipe that you have created — unique cookies, those with a twist. Maybe you've added an unusual ingredient to a traditional or family favorite, or maybe you've...

Why People Are Afraid of Clowns — And How ‘Creepy Clown’ Sightings Are Bad for Business

A new report offers insights into clowns and reveals how recent “creepy clown” sightings are affecting professional clowns. The fear factor associated with clowns is nothing new, according to the report by the Chicago Tribune. With social media freaking out...

Dwyane Wade Comments on Bulls' Playoff Hopes, Chances of Winning NBA Title

Chicago Bulls shooting guard Dwyane Wade is entering the 2016-17 season with tempered expectations, as he told K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune: The Bulls will have a new look this season. Gone are longtime pillars of the organization in Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, along with star forward Pau Gasol. Show More Summary

Republican Party Turmoil, Vol. 82

GOP nears all-out civil war as party clashes over Donald Trump (Chicago Tribune) The GOP Tumbles Toward Anarchy (Washington Post) Donald Trump's Sad Lonely Life(New York Times, David Brooks) Don't think this means your vote... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Ill. Bus Driver Facing Charges for Allegedly Hitting Special Needs Child

An Illinois bus driver for Orland School District 135 is being accused of hitting a 4-year-old child with special needs in the face on Friday, the Chicago Tribune reports. According to the report, a teacher heard the driver, Linda Bell, telling the victim, “I’m sorry for hitting you,” as the child was being helped off […]

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