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142C Updates from A to Zzz at Lutsen

Hey, there! Thanks for stopping by to sneak a peek at the latest updates Eric and I tackled during our 24-hour blitz visit to Lutsen last weekend. 796 more words

Family

One Arrested During Another Morning Raid in Maywood on Sept. 19

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews 

A Maywood man was arrested during a raid carried out by a Maywood Police drug tactical unit and members of Cook County’s High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area task force early on Sept. 159 more words

Crime

New Ordinance Could Prohibit Private Drones From Flying Over Cook County Property

CHICAGO (CBS) – A Cook County Board Committee has approved a measure prohibiting most private drones from flying over Cook County Jail and other County property. 201 more words

News

The Opening Bell 9/13/17: You Likely Know Someone Impacted by The Equifax Data Breach...

Earlier in the week, Equifax announced that possibly 140 million of their consumer accounts have been breached. DJ Vogel (Partner at Sikich LLP – Security & Compliance Practice) and Steve talked about the unprecedented violation that could lead to the company’s bankruptcy and what millions of consumers can do to help avoid future impacts. 52 more words

The Opening Bell

The ‘feisty’ Tribune Columnist, Eric Zorn: Reviewing Cook County's sweetened beverage tax

Bill and Wendy are joined in the studio by their pal, the feisty Tribune columnist, Eric Zorn! They talk about how the Cook County sweetened beverage tax is going after a month in, Michael Bloomberg’s involvement, the 16th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, and much more. 63 more words

Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder

Boykin Circulating Petitions Ahead of Possible Run for Board President

Monday, September 11, 2017 || By Michael Romain || @maywoodnews 

Feature image: Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle, left, and Cook County Commissioner Richard Boykin, during an event in 2015. 495 more words

Politics

Women are fastest growing segment of inmates, many struggle to get divorces

This morning, Chicago reporter Kim Bellware joins Matt Bubala to talk about why inmates struggle to get their civil issues resolved in jail. Bellware says that ten percent more women are now part of the inmate population. 64 more words

Matt Bubala