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December 7, 2016 View email in browser

Mayor to meet with Trump in New York this morning

Mayor Rahm Emanuel will meet with President-Elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York this morning, the mayor’s office has confirmed.

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Families of sailors slain at Pearl Harbor wait for remains to be identified

“Everyone has a right to have their names back. It’s been 75 years since they have had their names back. It’s about time that they do.”

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Hundreds gather to honor top boxing prospect gunned down on West Side

A welterweight, Ed Brown, 25, was 20-0 with 16 knockouts. “Nobody is safe anymore in this city. Not a young boxer, not a senator’s nephew, not a congressman’s grandson.”

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Corporate America unnerved by President-elect Donald Trump’s unpredictable style

Donald Trump’s style, including his opaque personal financial dealings and his sudden shots at certain companies, has helped unnerve a corporate America.

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Marist High students expelled for racist messages say texts changed by someone else

The fathers of two girls expelled from Marist High School after being accused of sending racist texts have filed a lawsuit that claims another teenager altered the messages.

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Even in trading Jorge Soler, Cubs still have problems to solve

Even if the Jorge Soler deal become official, along with the expected departure of Dexter Fowler, Joe Maddon still faces a difficult game of position roulette.

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City distributes reusable bags on Northwest Side to boost recycling

By offering reusable bags — which cost the city $14,750 — Chicago hopes to make recycling easier and eliminate plastic bags in recycling carts.

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New Trier custodian plays it cool after $2 million win

New Trier High School custodian Dave Martinez, who won $2 million playing the Illinois Lottery, said his wife had to tell him to “settle down” after he realized he’d won. Now he’s planning his future.

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