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November 28, 2016 View email in browser

End of an era as American Indian Center moves out of Uptown

When the American Indian Center closes the doors of its Uptown community center, it will end a chapter on the North Side that more than half a century ago was a destination for thousands of Native Americans who’d left their reservations.

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10 thoughts on the Bears’ 27-21 loss to the Titans

10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears’ rally came up short and they lost to the Tennessee Titans 27-21 on Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field, dropping them to 2-9.

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Donald Trump expected to make more cabinet picks as recount distraction looms

President-elect Donald Trump unleashed a tweetstorm Sunday about plans by Hillary Clinton’s campaign to join in the election recount in Wisconsin.

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Divorces of rich raise eyebrows, but new laws affect those of more modest means

Policy changes are driven by attempts to correct past injustices that often left women with little money after raising children, divorce attorneys say.

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Conditions at state’s sole women’s prison ‘untenable’: study

A study of the state’s sole women’s prison found overcrowded conditions and overuse of harsh punishment.

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Police: Officer fatally shoots man suspected of wounding pregnant woman

A person was shot by police and two officers were injured during an incident in the West Garfield Park neighborhood late Sunday, police said.

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$605,000 for taxi services: Bellwood school district faces more questions on spending

Bellwood school district has shelled out hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxi services in recent years under a no-bid arrangement.

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Holiday Cookie Contest winners prove every recipe tells a story

Some last-minute drama attends Tribune’s Holiday Cookie Contest, yet finalist’s determination pays off.

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