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Catch up…You likely caught the big news stories this week that had the whole nation looking at Chicag
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Catch up…
You likely caught the big news stories this week that had the whole nation looking at Chicago: Jussie Smollett was indicted on new charges. Chicago Police Department Supt. Eddie Johnson has been put on the city’s “do-not-hire” list. The week was off to a grim start following the city’s deadliest February weekend in 18 years.
Together, we made it through the coldest temperatures we’ve seen so far this year. Our reward? Today marks the first day of Chicago Black Restaurant Week.
It’s been another busy week in the Windy City, so you may have missed these stories. We’ll catch you up.

Judy Baar Topinka fed the FBI tips for years on possible corruption in the west suburbs, records show
Writing off more murder cases with no arrests boosted CPD’s big turnaround in homicide clearances
President’s Chicago tax appeal on Trump Tower is under investigation
Change still on horizon on first anniversary of Aurora mass shooting
The 78 megaproject gets backing from University of Illinois
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