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  • Love Notes: The court of love

    Love Notes: The court of love
    The place has all the charm of a shabby government office. Stained carpet, dusty fake plants, a thermostat with a lock on it. There's even — how's this for a bad omen? — a cracked mirror hanging on the scuffed lemon-yellow wall. But the...
  • Rescuing Illinois

    Rescuing Illinois
    Two more weeks. That's how long your legislators are scheduled to be in Springfield for the remainder of their thus far do-little spring session. As of this writing lawmakers have taken one important step to secure the future of perpetually insolvent and...
  • Arrest warrant issued for husband of woman killed in wedding dress

    Arrest warrant issued for husband of woman killed in wedding dress
    An arrest warrant was issued Tuesday for a man charged in the slaying of his new bride a day after the two were married, police said.  South suburban Burbank police obtained the warrant in the slaying of Estrella Carrera, 26, seeking the bridegroom,...
  • Logan Square Kitchen announces closing, citing burdensome city regulations

    Logan Square Kitchen announces closing, citing burdensome city regulations
    Last month when Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced his streamlining of city business licensing procedures, he chose Logan Square Kitchen as the location to herald this new day in better relations between the city and small businesses. And so it's more than a...
  • Maserati Driven by Groom Sought in Bathtub Bride Murder Found

    Maserati Driven by Groom Sought in Bathtub Bride Murder Found
    BURBANK, Illinois -- Just hours after saying "I do," Estrella Carrera was found stabbed to death in a blood-soaked bathtub, still wearing the glittery, sequined dress she wore at her cocktail reception. A manhunt was immediately launched for her husband,...
  • Ricketts family moves to control fallout on Obama attack ad

    Ricketts family moves to control fallout on Obama attack ad
    The Ricketts family, owners of the Chicago Cubs, today moved to control the fallout from a now-disavowed plan to politically attack President Barack Obama reportedly funded by family patriarch. The New York Times first reported that a plan was...
  • NATO protests target Obama headquarters, consulates

    NATO protests target Obama headquarters, consulates
    About 75 protesters marched Thursday afternoon from President Barack Obama’s re-election headquarters to three consulates of countries that belong to NATO, protesting the alliance’s involvement in the war in Afghanistan and other military...
  • Anti-Obama ad flap deals blow to Wrigley Field rehab plan

    Anti-Obama ad flap deals blow to Wrigley Field rehab plan
    The long-shot prospect of taxpayer help to renovate Wrigley Field grew more remote Thursday, upended by revelations that the patriarch of the Chicago Cubs' ownership team had been offered a plan for using a super PAC to run racially tinged attack ads that...
  • FBI: Husband in bride's stabbing death was heading to Mexico

    FBI: Husband in bride's stabbing death was heading to Mexico
    The 30-year-old suburban Chicago husband being sought in the stabbing death of his new bride told an associate he was heading to Mexico, where his parents live, according to an FBI affidavit released Friday. Charged with first-degree murder, Arnoldo...
  • Prosecutors: Undercover work showed 3 men planned to hit police, mayor's house, Obama HQ

    Prosecutors: Undercover work showed 3 men planned to hit police, mayor's house, Obama HQ
    Police surrounded the three men — now known as the NATO 3 — outside a Bridgeport drugstore last week and peppered them with questions as officers searched their car. The two sides traded barbs about the Occupy movement and the 1968 Democratic...
  • Totally 'Boss' summer

    Totally 'Boss' summer
    A cunning vampire overlord, a murderous meth maker and an oil baron carrying a Texas-size grudge: In a summer TV schedule stuffed with bold, brash characters, Mayor Tom Kane vanquishes all pretenders. He's the biggest, the boldest. He is the "Boss."...
  • Emanuel talks tough on big parking meter bill

    Emanuel talks tough on big parking meter bill
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel stuck with the tough talk on Chicago’s parking meter deal today, pledging to fight a new bill for $22 million the meter leasing company recently sent the city for lost revenue. Emanuel has positioned himself as a staunch opponent...