Chicago Tribune Daywatch
October 27, 2016 View email in browser

Arrieta chills

Short-sleeved Jake Arrieta seemed unaffected by the 43 degrees and winds off Lake Erie Wednesday night as he chilled the Indians in a 5-1 win to tie the World Series at 1-1.

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Rizzo connecting again

After going 0-for-4 in Game 1 on Tuesday, Anthony Rizzo reverted to form Wednesday night and helped kickstart the Cubs.

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Ex-Justice (and Cubs fanatic) is Wrigley-bound

Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens plans to be at the Friendly Confines on Saturday as the Cubs try to win their first championship in 108 years — a moment the Chicago native thought he might never live to see.

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Cops prep Wrigleyville for Game 3

More than 1,000 law enforcement officers will patrol Wrigleyville this weekend for potential safety hazards and crowd control. Expect street closures, more parking restrictions, random bag inspections and other steps.

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New designs for Lucas Museum in California

Four months after abandoning his controversial bid to build a museum on Chicago’s lakefront, George Lucas has released futuristic designs for competing sites in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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Disgraced cop seeks disability pay

Former Chicago police officer Dante Servin is trying to collect disability pay, arguing he suffered post-traumatic stress disorder because of his shooting of an innocent bystander in 2012.

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Critics rip Rauner after online chat 

What was supposed to be an information session about breast cancer awareness turned into an opportunity to bash Gov. Bruce Rauner after women’s health advocates accused him of ignoring cuts to screening programs caused by the budget impasse.

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Twitter slashing workforce 

The company that is seemingly unable to find a buyer and is struggling to compete with the likes of Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.

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