Chicago Tribune Daywatch


November 21, 2016 View email in browser

Performance of ‘Hamilton’ in Chicago disrupted

An audience disruption took place at an evening production of “Hamilton” at the PrivateBank Theatre in downtown Chicago.

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Flawed investigations fail victims of neglect in group homes

The Illinois Department of Human Services assigned its inspector general’s office to conduct a comprehensive review. But a Tribune investigation found the office’s staff never interviewed a witness, never visited the home, never left their desks.

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10 thoughts on the Bears’ 22-16 loss to the Giants

10 thoughts after the New York Giants rallied from 10 points down in the second quarter to defeat the Chicago Bears 22-16 on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

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Trial to expose ‘street files’ used by police to hide evidence years ago

Cop’s blowing whistle on secret “street files” prompted wholesale changes by the Police Department and dismissal of a wrongful conviction.

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Woman gives birth in Blue Line station in the Loop

A 26-year-old woman gave birth to a baby girl inside a CTA Blue Line station early Monday, fire department officials said.

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Police officers ambushed in Florida, St. Louis, San Antonio; 1 killed

A police officer has been fatally shot in San Antonio, Texas, and another in St. Louis was shot in the face but is expected to survive.

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O’Hare workers will announce strike date Monday

O’Hare International Airport workers who voted to strike soon will announce when they plan to take action.

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Searching for secret fried chicken recipe from defunct Chicago restaurant

A search for a beloved fried chicken recipe from long-closed Mandis the Chicken King in Chicago leads Curious City reporter on quest.

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