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December 16, 2016 View email in browser

After Tribune investigation, Sen. Durbin pushes interactive drug protection for consumers

In the wake of a Tribune investigation of Chicago-area pharmacies, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin is calling for new nationwide policies to protect consumers from dangerous drug combinations.

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High of zero, wind chill of 20 below. Sunday matchup vs. Packers could be the coldest Bears game ever.

Frigid temperatures will test fans’ commitment to the Bears as they battle with their hated rival Packers at Soldier Field on Sunday.

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Toll lanes coming to the Eisenhower Expressway?

A plan to add a car pool and express toll lanes to Interstate 290 has been identified as IDOT’s preferred option for the roadway, officials announced.

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Jury awards $22 million in damages to wrongly convicted ex-El Rukn gang member

A federal jury awarded a whopping $22 million to a former El Rukn gang member who claimed two Chicago cops framed him for a double murder that sent him to death row.

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Analysis: Five weeks before becoming president, Donald Trump is still spreading falsehoods

Donald Trump is going to be president of the United States. What is less clear is if he will stop routinely spreading lies on social media once he moves into the White House.

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The Cubs won the World Series. So what’s America’s next great sports story?

Now that Cubs won the World Series, what’s the next sports story that will capture the nation’s imagination?

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Colorful NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager, a Batavia native and Northwestern alum, dies at age 65

Longtime NBA sideline reporter Craig Sager, beloved by many outside basketball for his flashy suits, has died at the age of 65 after a public battle with cancer.

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What’s that smokey stuff above Lake Michigan? It’s arctic sea fog!

We explain why smoke or fog appears just above Lake Michigan on the coldest days in Chicago.

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