Mayor Lori Lightfoot nixes a plan for a $42 million property tax increase tied to inflation.
A WGN poll says Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker has a double-digit lead over his Republican challenger Darren Bailey, who this week likened Chicago to an unruly child.
The Chicago Board of Education presses ahead with plans for a new school on the Near South Side despite falling enrollment and objections from state Rep. Theresa Mah.
Forty years after the Tylenol-poisoning murders that rocked the nation and changed drug packaging forever, could charges be brought against the chief suspect in the unsolved murders.
And in sports, reports that White Sox manager Tony LaRussa, who has been away from the team with undisclosed health issues, will not be returning to lead the team next year after a dismal end to the season puts postseason play beyond reach.
Mike Flannery, political editor at FOX 32 news | @PoliticalEditor
Nader Issa, education reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times | @NaderDIssa
Chuck Goudie, chief investigative reporter for ABC 7 Eyewitness News | @ChuckGoudieABC7
Heather Cherone, political reporter at WTTW News | @HeatherCherone
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