Chicago Tribune Daywatch
November 3, 2016 View email in browser

An epic win

David Haugh: “For generations of fans, the scene of the Cubs celebrating a World Series title will provide the most indelible images of Chicago sports for years to come. None of us will live long enough to see anything better, any moment packed with more meaning.”

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Not a dream

Paul Sullivan: “Tears flowed across Cubs Nation after the final out, and fans responded with the world’s biggest group hug, remembering all the loved ones who could only imagine what it would be like to experience this moment of pure bliss.”

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A start, not a finish

Rosenbloom: “For the most futile franchise in sports history, ‘Wait till next year’ suddenly means a chance to go back-to-back.”

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Fan euphoria

Grown men and women wept. Fireworks lit up the sky in the city and suburbs, while little kids gathered on sidewalks long after bedtime to cheer honking cars. Here’s how Cubs fans celebrated everywhere.

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A win we really needed

Kass: “The city has seen plenty of bad news and pain … So Chicago welcomes, finally, some pure joy.”

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Be there: The game in photos

Tribune photographers captured all the glory last night. Take some time to click through their great shots.

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68 years later, a ruling of homicide 

Arthur Malone died in August at 74. On Wednesday, the Cook County medical examiner’s office determined his death was due to a beating 68 years ago when he was a little boy on the South Side.

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Clinton and Trump sprint to swing states 

As Hillary Clinton campaigns in Arizona, Donald Trump is campaigning in Florida with less than a week to go before the presidential election.

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