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Baird & Warner strives to be Chicago’s best for both agents and sellers

Looking for a new brokerage to join? Baird & Warner may be the best option. Chicagoland's largest independently owned brokerage was named the no. 1 workplace for the second year in a row by the Chicago Tribune, and received its fourth consecutive top workplace award....

Republican candidates are exploiting a crisis

The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Tuesday, Nov. 24: ——— “The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam. That’s not what Islam is about. Islam is peace.” —President George W. Bush, Sept. 17, 2001 ——— With recovery personnel still digging through the smoldering rubble of the World Trade Center [...]Show More Summary

2 Men Charged in Killing of Ind. Pastor's Pregnant Wife Plead not Guilty 

Two men facing multiple charges in the shooting death of an Indianapolis pastor's pregnant wife pleaded not guilty Tuesday for the first time since their arrest, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Report: Kevin White expected to practice Tuesday

The Bears have played the entire season without first-round pick Kevin White, but they aren’t ready to close the door on their first-round pick getting on the field this season. Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports that White is expected to participate in practice on Tuesday. White was placed on the physically unable to perform…

LA Times printing plant land put up for sale

Chicago's Tribune Media wants to cash in on the hot real estate market in downtown Los Angeles.

Chicago Tribune columnist mulls life after a buyout

The Chicago Tribune Barbara Brotman has a lot to show for her nearly 38 years at the Chicago Tribune. Awards. Hundreds of letters from readers. Friendships that last a lifetime. And, as of this writing, a buyout package. That’s according...Show More Summary

Alshon Jeffery sits second straight practice, fantasy owners need backup plans

The Bears' No. 1 wideout is in danger of missing another game on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications. Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery missed practice on Friday, according to the Chicago Tribune's Rich Campbell. Jeffery was limited on Wednesday, but hasn't returned to practice since. Show More Summary

Increased DTC Advertising and Rising Drug Prices - Is There a Causal Link?

There's no denying two facts: FACT #1: Spending on prescription drugs is increasing dramatically. The Chicago Tribune, quoting data from IMS health, reported (here) that "Spending [in 2014] rose 13 percent [vs. 2013], the biggest jump...Show More Summary

Top-ticketing speed cameras not where most kids have been hit, Tribune finds

The 15 speed cameras generating the most fines in Mayor Rahm Emanuel's "Children's Safety Zone" program are located along well-traveled stretches of major Chicago roads where records show no children have been hit by speeders for more than a decade. A Tribune examination of crash data since 2004...

Norman Foster Behind New Prairie-esque Apple Store for Chicago

The rumors surrounding the new Apple Store for Chicago's Michigan Avenue can be put to rest as the Chicago Tribune has uncovered the plans for the store, along with several conceptual renderings. According to the Tribune, the Cupertino-based tech...

Many school-zone speed camera tickets issued without danger to kids, Tribune finds

When Lasheena Hall opened her mail to find yet another notice that she owed a $100 fine because a camera caught her speeding outside a school, she decided to do something Chicago drivers rarely do. Instead of just writing the checks like hundreds of thousands of others, the 30-year-old single mom...

Renderings show spectacular plans for new Frank Lloyd Wright-style Apple Store on the Chicago River

Planning documents obtained by the Chicago Tribune reveal Apple’s spectacular plans for a new flagship store on the north bank of the Chicago River. Fittingly for the city which was home to Frank Lloyd Wright, the design echoes the Midwestern Prairie Style buildings created by the famous architect. Apple confirmed the plans to the Tribune, which reports that […]

Chicago’s Apple Store blends cutting-edge design with classic architecture

Stunning new renderings, depicting the rumored Chicago Apple Store at the gateway to the city’s North Michigan Avenue shopping district, have appeared online, obtained by the Chicago Tribune. Check them out below. The designs depictShow More Summary

Renderings Show Off Apple's New Retail Store Alongside Chicago River

The Chicago Tribune has obtained an exclusive first look at Apple's planned new flagship store in Chicago, which will be placed alongside the Chicago River. The new store will "echo" legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie Style...Show More Summary

Suspect in Tyshawn Lee's killing picked up on alleged gun offense

A man picked up on an alleged gun offense was being questioned Tuesday by Chicago police detectives in connection with the slaying of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee, law enforcement sources told the Tribune. The same man was already questioned about Tyshawn's death at Area South police headquarters Nov....

Listerine and Pets: Not Veterinarian Recommended

On November 11, 2015, while browsing the Chicago Tribune, a headline "Listerine Restored Luster to Dog's Once-Thinning Coat" caught my attention. Unaware of the magical power of Listerine, with curiosity, I read the article. Although this article was written in a Q&A format, the implied questioner asked no question. Show More Summary

Spirit Airlines boots 4 passengers for using a smartphone while looking Middle Eastern

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Four people who appeared to be “of Middle Eastern descent” were removed from a Spirit Airlines flight from Baltimore to Chicago on Tuesday morning for alleged “suspicious activity.” According to the Chicago Tribune, the activity in question consisted of watching a news...

David Axelrod: ‘I attended The University of Chicago, I was educated at the Chicago Tribune

David Axelrod, who helped orchestrate President Barack Obama’s historic 2008 campaign, visited Poynter Friday before addressing a crowd in downtown St. Petersburg. In this photo from 2009, Axelrod speaks at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Show More Summary

Denny's Diner Flies Into All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Rage

She apparently misunderstood the meaning of "all-you-can-eat." A Chicago woman's pancake craving ended in a trip to jail last week. According to the Chicago Tribune, 27-year-old Natasha West was dining with friends at a Denny's in the Chicago suburb of Oak Lawn, where she ordered the $4 all-you-can-eat pancakes. Show More Summary

Millennium Park ice skating rink opens Friday

As colder, more seasonable temperatures return to Chicago, so does the tradition of ice skating at Millennium Park. The McCormick Tribune Ice Rink opens Friday to the public, following an 11 a.m. ceremony. The rink will remain open, weather permitting, through March 6, said Rebecca Smith, spokeswoman...

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