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As Mayor Lori Lightfoot campaigned on the West Side last weekend, she focused her attacks on Brandon Johnson, the Cook County commissioner representing that area.
The mayor’s appearance highlighted a subtle shift in her campaign strategy as the candidates enter the last two weeks before the Feb. 28 election.
Storms in the days ahead could bring sleet and snow, according to the National Weather Service. Read more here.
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Bally’s has given Tribune Publishing its walking papers, exercising a relocation option to force the newspaper company to vacate its mammoth River West printing plant to make way for a casino. Read more here.
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When the Chicago Cubs kick off spring training Wednesday, most of the key spots on the opening-day roster will be in place. Read more here.
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A U.S. fighter jet shot down an “unidentified object” over Lake Huron on Sunday on orders from President Biden. It was the fourth such downing in eight days. Read more here.
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