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Catch up… You might have heard this week that Chicago had its first coronavirus case, or caught the s
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Catch up…
You might have heard this week that Chicago had its first coronavirus case, or caught the story about a torch-wielding burglar who stole $200,000 from a pot shop’s safe. You may have already read about the new court filing that alleges R. Kelly married 15-year-old Aaliyah in 1994 to avoid criminal charges.
This week, we also mourned the passing of Chicago pizza royalty, and found out someone did, in fact, find a way to break into one of the cannabis amnesty boxes at Midway and steal some weed. And we learned that Barack and Michelle Obama are coming back to Chicago — in portrait form.
Whatever it is you might have missed this week, we’ve got you covered.

Chicago Teachers Union Inc.: How the clout-heavy labor group spends its money
Runaway police, fire overtime piling up
Challenger Newman sees gain in Lipinski’s pain — third candidate ‘stunned’ by bad blood
High-rolling sports gambler from north suburbs charged in $9.6M wire fraud scheme
Cigar, hookah lounge owners say if they can’t sell weed, new smoking license makes no sense
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