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    1. We act aghast in months where homicides spike in Chicago, but we shouldn't be surprised. This has become the norm, and that should make everyone very, very angry.

    2. MILWAUKEE (AP) — Kyle Hendricks allowed one hit and struck out eight in six innings, and the Chicago Cubs kept alive their hopes to host to the NL wild card game with a 1-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday night. Chicago won its seventh straight game behind a stellar effort from Hendricks (8-7). […]

    3. Illinois tax break deals yield uncertain results for state

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsOct 02 02:19 PM

      A newspaper analysis shows that companies who receive tax breaks through Illinois' primary job-creation program often don't add jobs and sometimes even lay off workers. The Chicago Tribune analyzed ( ...

    4. Speakers include Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle and Senior Vice President and Market Manager for Bank of America Julie Chavez (PRWeb October 01, 2015) Read the full story at

    5. Governor closing museums, shooting range in budget standoff

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsSep 30 06:13 PM

      CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner on Wednesday closed state museums and a sport-shooting complex because of Illinois' budget crisis, even though most staff will still report to work and the museum's board chairman says the savings will amount to "peanuts."

    6. CHICAGO (AP) — Leury Garcia singled home the winning run in the ninth as the Chicago White Sox beat the Detroit Tigers 4-3 on Saturday and avoided finishing last in the AL Central. Pinch hitter […]

    7. As soon as Chicago Heights police Chief Charles Guiliani Jr. hit 30 years of service this spring, he retired. About a month later, Guiliani was rehired by the south suburb as its "civilian" police chief, and Guiliani gave up his police powers. He began collecting a $114,000 annual police pension...

    8. Illinois policeman fatally shot with his own gun: police

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsOct 01 08:35 AM

      CHICAGO (Reuters) - The Illinois policeman killed in early September was fatally shot with his own weapon after a struggle, a local police commander told a news conference on Thursday.

    9. The Economic Impact of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon

      Zacks via Yahoo! FinanceOct 02 03:10 PM

      The Bank of America Chicago Marathon is one of the world's largest running event. Tens of thousands participate in the marathon, while millions observe. Because there is a large influx of out-of-state individuals flocking to Chicago, the local economy does benefit, but by how much?

    10. Chris Sale began the game with 267 strikeouts and broke the mark set by Hall of Famer Ed Walsh in 1908 when he struck out 269 batters.

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