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January 24, 2012 @ 7:00 AM

Proposed Immigrant Detention Center Stirs Debate In Crete

CBS Chicago/

U.S. immigration officials have selected the south suburb as a possible new site for a lockup where hundreds could be detained. But some residents are saying “Not in my back yard."

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January 23, 2012 @ 12:27 PM

Sen. Mark Kirk could have left-side problems after a stroke

Sun-Times/

U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) has had a stroke and underwent “successful” surgery at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he is recovering, his office said Monday. His doctors said the ischemic stroke “will affect his ability to move his left arm and possibly his left leg.”

Related:
  • Sen. Mark Kirk undergoes surgery after suffering stroke [Chicago Tribune]
  • Sen. Kirk Hospitalized After Stroke [NBC-5]
  • Sen. Mark Kirk undergoes surgery after stroke [ABC-7]
  • Sen. Mark Kirk Has Surgery After Suffering Stroke [CBS Chicago]
  • Office of Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk says he suffers a stroke, undergoes surgery [WBEZ]



January 17, 2012 @ 8:30 AM

Halvorson questions Jackson's endorsement claims

ABC-7/

With the 2012 primary elections only nine weeks from Tuesday, one incumbent has decided not to wait for official endorsements from two high-profile politicians.

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  • Jackson Jr., Halvorson At Odds Over Endorsements [CBS Chicago]



November 29, 2011 @ 1:30 AM

Judge Denies Blago Sentencing Request

Fox Chicago/

The federal judge who will sentence Rod Blagojevich on corruption charges has harsh words for one of the former Illinois governor's latest legal moves.

Related:
  • Judge Rips Blago's Bid To Play New Tapes At Sentencing [CBS Chicago]
  • Judge nixes request to play tapes, sets hearing after Blagojevich attorneys claim new evidence [Chicago Tribune]



May 10, 2011 @ 4:22 AM

Kurtis, Jacobson covering tracks on Daley video

What's a TV station to do when its news anchors are caught on tape fawning over Chicago's mayor in a clear violation of the principles of journalistic objectivity? 

Have them removed from the tape, of course.  Read more...


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