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  • Crystal Lake bleachers fight at turning point

    Crystal Lake bleachers fight at turning point
    The fight over the massive bleachers that rise next to homes in Crystal Lake has reached a turning point that could result in the stands being torn down while setting new state law.
  • Tribune endorsements: Cook County judicial races

    Tribune endorsements: Cook County judicial races
    Voters in Cook County will find the usual sea of judicial candidates on the ballot in the Nov. 4 election. Here's the maddening thing: You'll find more than 80 candidates seeking election or retention, but you'll have few chances to affect the outcome....

    No innocence certificate for alleged torture victim in Burge case

    No innocence certificate for alleged torture victim in Burge case
    A Cook County judge on Thursday denied a certificate of innocence to a man who spent more than three decades in prison for a rape he said he confessed to after being tortured by detectives under the command of disgraced former police Cmdr. Jon Burge....

    Emanuel budget puts off vexing pension issue

    Emanuel budget puts off vexing pension issue
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday unveiled an election-year budget that he declared will tackle the city's financial problems "head on" by "not deferring them, not delaying them." Shortly after the mayor finished his speech to the City Council, critics...

    District wants high court to weigh bleachers case

    District wants high court to weigh bleachers case
    Though two courts have ruled that the towering bleachers installed at Crystal Lake South High School last year violated city rules, school officials have signaled that they hope to make their case to the state Supreme Court. McHenry County Judge Michael...