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November 30, 2016 View email in browser

State says disabled adults at ‘imminent risk’ and pulls group home license after Tribune investigation

Illinois has revoked the license of a group home provider that serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in the wake of the Tribune’s “Suffering in Secret” series.

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Police: 2 found dead at Lockport residential construction site

Two men were found dead at a Lockport construction site Tuesday, in what authorities are calling a “death investigation,” Lockport police said.

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Mobile market effort bringing veggies to underserved areas adds 2nd bus

An effort to bring mobile produce markets to underserved neighborhoods is about to expand with help from a Chicago restaurant newcomer.

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Trump tweets he’s leaving his business ‘in total’ to ‘fully focus on running the country’

President-elect Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that he’s leaving his businesses to focus on being the nation’s 45th president, despite not being mandated by law to do so.

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Trump stirs memories of when Chicago was at center of flag-burning debate

Donald Trump’s tweet suggesting jail time or loss of citizenship for those who burn the American flag prompts new look at First Amendment argument.

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Trump names Mnuchin, Ross to economic team

President-elect Donald Trump has filled more top posts on his economic team, tapping former Goldman Sachs exec Steven Mnuchin to lead the treasury.

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Step inside — and back in time — at new Wicker Park hotel and upscale hostel

The Robey hotel and Hollander hostel bring lifestyle stays to Wicker Park and Bucktown neighborhoods. Take a look inside!

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Inside the brave new world of the Joffrey’s ‘Nutcracker’

Five casts of grown-ups and nearly 100 child actors: A first look at the Joffrey Ballet’s new “Nutcracker,” set during the era of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition.

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