Chicago Tribune Daywatch
November 1, 2016 View email in browser

Biggs: 10 thoughts on Bears stunner

“The Bears turned in the best performance of the season against the best defense in the league,” Brad writes in his morning-after analysis of the 20-10 win over the Vikings on Monday night at Soldier Field.

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Gannett drops Tronc offer

Gannett announced today it was pulling its offer for Tronc, ending a six-month pursuit of the company that publishes the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and nine other major newspapers.

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Mag Mile’s $62M Apple

A construction permit issued by the city reveals the price of the Apple store under construction along the Chicago River on North Michigan Avenue at $62 million — not including a whopping permit fee.

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Get your gentrification on The 606

Housing prices west of Western Avenue near The 606 have increased dramatically since the city broke ground on the popular biking/running/walking trail in 2013, says a report out today.

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No school on Election Day

Some schools that serve as polling places have decided to cancel classes on November 8 because of security concerns as the bitter and raucous election comes to a climax.

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FBI speeds up emails probe 

The FBI is accelerating its timeline for reviewing emails potentially linked to Hillary Clinton amid growing public pressure over the agency’s bombshell that it had found them in an unrelated case.

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X-Man Schwarber 

After being out of the starting lineup in the three games at Wrigley, because of doctor’s orders, Kyle Schwarber returns tonight in Game 6 in Cleveland with a chance to help force a seventh game.

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Bulls’ hottest start in 10 years

The Bulls picked apart the Nets 118-88 on Monday night, improving their season start to 3-0 for the first time since 1996-97. “Our intensity out of the gate has been really good,” says coach Fred Hoiberg.

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