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  • Can the red light cameras be saved? (Should they?)

     Can the red light cameras be saved? (Should they?)
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to reform the city's scandal-ridden red light camera program. Challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia says if he's elected, he'll end it "on day one." If this were a game show, the host might take this moment to ask, "Is that your final answer?"
  • Cubs will 'live with' decision barring expanded Wrigley construction hours

    Cubs will 'live with' decision barring expanded Wrigley construction hours
    With the Cubs bedeviled by delays in their $375 million Wrigley Field renovation project, president of business operations Crane Kenney said Wednesday he was disappointed by the team's inability to get permission from City Hall for expanded construction...

    City brushes back longer Wrigley construction hours

    City brushes back longer Wrigley construction hours
    The Chicago Cubs on Tuesday sought City Hall permission to expand construction hours at Wrigley Field, with bleacher work falling well behind schedule on the team's $375 million ballpark renovation project. Mayor Rahm Emanuel stopped short of ruling out...

    Cubs owner not only transforming Wrigley Field, but Wrigleyville, too

    Cubs owner not only transforming Wrigley Field, but Wrigleyville, too
    For years, Cubs owner Tom Ricketts has made no secret of his desire to emulate the success of the Boston Red Sox. His pursuit of Boston's top baseball executive, Theo Epstein, made headlines and the remaking of Wrigley Field — inspired by the...

    Chicago's red light cameras a hot issue in mayoral, aldermanic campaigns

    Chicago's red light cameras a hot issue in mayoral, aldermanic campaigns
    Nearly 50 candidates for the Chicago City Council have signed a pledge to work for the removal of red light and speed cameras. On Tuesday, when the Tribune hosts the first mayoral debate of the 2015 campaign, Mayor Rahm Emanuel will be the only...