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‘Mortified’ Foxx accuses Lightfoot of lying about deadly shootout

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Here’s the latest news from the area on Wednesday morning.
Facing heavy criticism after her office rejected charges against five suspects in a deadly shootout in Austin, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx on Tuesday slammed Mayor Lori Lightfoot for raising alarms about the case and said the mayor had her facts wrong.
Meanwhile, on a visit to Chicago, the nation’s top housing official made it clear the housing crisis is nearing a point of no return. Cheyanne M. Daniels has more on HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge’s trip and comments.
And our Mitchell Armentrout looks at Arlington Heights’ options for luring the Bears away from the city. The suburb’s mayor, Tom Hayes, said Tuesday that everything is open for discussion, but tax breaks and public financing for a new stadium would be the “last resort.”
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‘Mortified’ Foxx accuses Lightfoot of lying about deadly shootout as mayor goes to feds in search of charges county prosecutors won’t bring
HUD secretary visits Chicago: ‘The lack of affordable housing in this country is a crisis’
Arlington Heights’ playbook: Tax breaks, public financing only considered as ‘last resort’ in luring Bears, suburb’s mayor says
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