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  • Key Loop buildings added to surveillance network

    The city Public Building Commission approved a plan today to connect three South Loop buildings to the city's extensive surveillance camera network.
  • Business leaders brace for G-8, NATO

    Business leaders brace for G-8, NATO
    Talk to business leaders about the G-8and NATO summits coming to Chicago this spring, and they universally say they hope the events are a chance to showcase the city as a global commercial center, political player and tourism draw. But in the next breath...

    Local protesters continue rally against corporate influence

    Local protesters continue rally against corporate influence
    As their kindred spirits in New York City drew thousands to Wall Street, those involved in the almost 2-week-old protest Occupy Chicago say they’re seeing growing numbers here coming out to oppose undue corporate influence in U.S. government policy....

    Protesters rally in downtown Chicago

    Protesters rally in downtown Chicago
    The chants of protesters echoed through downtown Chicago this afternoon as marchers descended on theLoop to give voice to a wide cross-section of activist issues. A crowd of about 700 gathered at noon at Congress Parkway andMichigan Avenue to hear...

    Occupy Chicago protesters march to Grant Park again

    Occupy Chicago protesters march to Grant Park again
    A day after about 175 of them were arrested for staying past Grant Park's closing time, a few hundred Occupy Chicago protesters were marching again. Just after 7 p.m., protesters who had gathered at LaSalle Street and Jackson Boulevard began marching...