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  • Emanuel won't rule out property tax hike for police, fire pensions

    Emanuel won't rule out property tax hike for police, fire pensions
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday defended the way he has dealt with the city's looming financial crisis against attacks from his challengers, touting his record of crafting the city's budget during his first term but refusing to rule out a property tax...
  • Questions leaked before Chicago mayoral debate

    Questions leaked before Chicago mayoral debate
    Some of the air was let out of Thursday night's Chicago mayoral forum when the sponsors decided to send out copies of possible questions to all of the candidates after announcing debate notes had been leaked to one contender. ABC-Ch. 7, the League of...
  • Durbin touts record; Oberweis blasts 'political speak'

    Durbin touts record; Oberweis blasts 'political speak'
    In their final face-to-face meeting before Tuesday's election, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin and challenger Jim Oberweis clashed over economic and social issues, with each accusing the other of being out of touch with Illinois voters. Republican Oberweis, 68,...
  • Open thread: The week in review

    What's on your mind that we haven't covered here this week? That list is long, admittedly, as I've been preoccupied with stuff.  Our pal MrJM suggests that commenters who've had to change their screen names from the old site post their new and old...
  • Open thread: The Weeks in Review

     
    The Afternoon Shift (WBEZ-FM) Neil Steinberg and I, the Colonial Babies, break it all down with Justin Kaufmann. Chicago Newsroom CAN TV: Host Ken Davis is joined by Mick Dumke (Chicago Reader) and Natalie Moore (WBEZ). They discuss the upcoming......
  • Fioretti on CPS: The 'robust discussion' solution

    Fioretti on CPS: The 'robust discussion' solution
    Last night on WTTW-Ch. 11's "Chicago Tonight" --- Segment host Eddie Arruza: What would you have done differently with the school situation, given its budget?  Mayoral candidate Ald. Robert Fioretti, 2nd:  Well, I think there were a lot of areas...
  • 'Billions' brings pigeons' extinction tale to screen

     'Billions' brings pigeons' extinction tale to screen
    The star of a new, compelling and cautionary documentary titled "From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction" (10 p.m. Thursday on WTTW-Ch 11) is a dead pigeon named Martha. She died on September 1, 1914, in a zoo in Cincinnati,...
  • Successful woman technology leader needed at Chicago's 1871

     Successful woman technology leader needed at Chicago's 1871
    1871, the city's leading home for tech startups, announced Friday that its incubator for women-led companies would begin accepting applications this week under a new name, brand and logo. But the newly christened WiSTEM 1871 still lacks what matters...
  • Lewis' new photo says she's running for mayor

     Lewis' new photo says she's running for mayor
    Take a look at the new Twitter avatar that Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis posted last week, then tell me she's not running for mayor. The avatar is the little image — usually a portrait — that appears prominently on a user's...
  • Dillard contradicts himself on state gas tax cut

    Dillard contradicts himself on state gas tax cut
    Republican governor hopeful Kirk Dillard on Monday rolled out a plan to reduce the state gas tax and borrow money to repair roads and bridges, but the candidate was unable to offer much in the way of specifics and contradicted himself on exactly what he...
  • Republican lieutenant governor hopefuls defend running mates

    Republican lieutenant governor hopefuls defend running mates
    The four Republican lieutenant governor hopefuls met in their first televised debate Thursday night, talking up their running mates and defending the largely ceremonial office as a post in which they could make big changes for Illinois. That represented...