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  1. Daily Show's Trevor Noah on the fight at Bulls practice: 'Team looks crazy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 19 | Chicago Tribune

    Speaking of being wowed by the city as a visitor but struck by how downbeat Chicagoans were because of their sports teams, Noah cited a downbeat fan who supposedly said it felt like Chicago teams can't beat anyone. "When will it end people? Another case of Bull on Bull violence," Noah cracked.

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  2. Teaching your child how to deal with rejectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Chicago Tribune

    Haley Ruthman, 7, right, and her brother Liam, 3, with their parents Mark and Merav Ruthman. Haley has been on a dozen modeling/commercial auditions this past year and is learning about rejection in the process.

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  3. Chicago weather playing a big role in NLDSRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 11 | Chicago Tribune

    Back in the spring of 2005, Cubs manager Dusty Baker was looking forward to getting back to Chicago for the home opener. "One thing I've figured out is I've never seen the speed of photosynthesis that can happen there," he said.

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  4. Family mourns death of Gurnee man killed in Waukegan holdup, buried on his 34th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | Chicago Tribune

    Brian A. Hopkins was shot along with two other men on Sept. 16 in Waukegan. Hopkins was killed, while the two others were wounded.

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  5. Waukegan set to replace 50-year-old tornado sirensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | Chicago Tribune

    The city of Waukegan is set to replace its aging tornado siren system, which dates back to 1966. Waukegan 's 50-year-old system of tornado warning sirens is set to be replaced, starting as early as next month, city officials said.

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  6. Casino-turned-cruise boat a good bet for Mississippi River voyagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Chicago Tribune

    After getting the royal treatment, the former Isle of Capri riverboat casino is back in the water as the American Duchess . Launched in August, the swanky, all-suite paddle-wheeler raises the bar for increasingly popular cruise vacations on the Mississippi River, where the Duchess' former incarnation was a longtime fixture in the Quad Cities.

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  7. Iowa fans' 'Wave' connects with Chicagoan, others at children's hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | Chicago Tribune

    Iowa fans wave to children in the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital at the end of the first quarter of a game against North Texas, Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017, in Iowa City, Iowa.

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  8. Father of Las Vegas shooter lived in Chicago, had lengthy criminal historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Chicago Tribune

    An image from a 1960s FBI wanted poster of Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, left, and a 1977 photo of Paddock, who went by the name Bruce Ericksen, when he was on the lam in Oregon. An image from a 1960s FBI wanted poster of Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, left, and a 1977 photo of Paddock, who went by the name Bruce Ericksen, when he was on the lam in Oregon.

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  9. Chicago ATM fees lower than NY, other major citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Chicago Tribune

    Chicago has the seventh-lowest ATM fees in the U.S., a Bankrate.com study finds. Chicagoans may have to pay more to buy soda, but at least it costs them less to get their money out of an ATM than in most other major cities.

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  10. For WWI centennial, six Illinois memorials to get federal restoration fundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Chicago Tribune

    The World War I Black Soldiers' Memorial at 35th Street and Martin Luther King Drive in Chicago is seen on Nov. 5, 2010. The World War I Black Soldiers' Memorial at 35th Street and Martin Luther King Drive in Chicago is seen on Nov. 5, 2010.

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  11. Lake County schools roll out extra fans, water to fight the heatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 25 | Chicago Tribune

    Waukegan High School varsity soccer players cool off at a water tree during a break from practice on Monday, Sept. 25. Waukegan High School varsity soccer players cool off at a water tree during a break from practice on Monday, Sept.

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  12. Heat issues send Waukegan students to hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 24 | Chicago Tribune

    A number of Waukegan High School students participating in a JROTC event Saturday were sent to area hospitals for heat-related issues, according to the Waukegan Fire Department. District 60 spokesman Nick Alajakis said the Bulldog Olympics is an annual event where all JROTC companies are invited to participate in team-building activities that resemble field-day games.

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  13. Economic forecast for North Chicago development near Great Lakes Navy base: $45.4 million annuallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 22 | Chicago Tribune

    The National Museum of the American Sailor Foundation announced plans in 2016 to launch a $40 million campaign to build a museum dedicated to the U.S. Navy's enlisted sailors near Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago. The National Museum of the American Sailor Foundation announced plans in 2016 to launch a $40 million campaign to build a museum dedicated to the U.S. Navy's enlisted sailors near Naval Station Great Lakes in North Chicago.

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  14. Services for North Chicago's first black firefighter Saturday in WaukeganRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | Chicago Tribune

    Mark A. Miller, North Chicago's first black firefighter on the left, and Richard A. Turner, the city's first black fire chief, on the right, show their appreciation plaques during Black History month in 2016 at the fire station. Mark A. Miller, North Chicago's first black firefighter on the left, and Richard A. Turner, the city's first black fire chief, on the right, show their appreciation plaques during Black History month in 2016 at the fire station.

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  15. No reservations: Why Chicago's Restaurant City of the Year win...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    Chef Ben Lustbader, right, works Sept. 12, 2017, in the kitchen of Giant in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood.

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  16. Twin brothers, third person charged with armed robbery of Buffalo Grove locksmithRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    Charges have been filed against twin brothers and a third person who police say restrained an employee inside a Buffalo Grove locksmith business and drove off with stolen items before being caught after crashing in Lincolnshire. Following an extensive search by police, the suspects were arrested Wednesday night.

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  17. Yes, Eric Barry, you did Chicago wrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    "As I ascend through the air, on a one-way ticket to New York, I can't help but reflect back on my time in Chicago and wonder: did I do Chicago wrong?" Yes, Eric Barry, you did. The author of a recent Huffington Post article titled Goodbye Chicago: What It's Like To Live In A City You Tried To But Couldn't Love has gotten a lot of attention over the past few weeks for his diatribe against the Windy City.

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  18. Should you remain friends with your friend's ex on social media?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    Q: Your friend breaks up with his or her significant other. Do you stay connected with the ex on social media? Being caught in the middle of someone else's breakup can be extremely tricky, and the transparency of social media often can make the situation even harder to navigate.

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  19. Chance the Rapper's best idea yet: Twilight Awards honoring educatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    At a Sept. 1 event at the Harold Washington Cultural Center, Chance the Rapper announced that his nonprofit organization will dole out more than $2 million to schools for arts education programs.

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  20. 4 common misperceptions about adopting - " and why they shouldn't stop youRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2017 | Chicago Tribune

    When Christine DeLoach decided to adopt, a few questions crossed her mind. Would an adoption agency be concerned that she was a single mother? What about the limited space in her small New York City apartment? Would her age matter? A decade later, the Chicagoan is mom to three boys.

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