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Man Charged With Fatal South Loop Shooting

CHICAGO (CBS) — A man has been charged with shooting another man to death Sunday morning in the South Loop.

Robert Burgess, 56, has been charged with first-degree murder for the 10:04 a.m. 142 more words

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Man Shot To Death In South Loop

CHICAGO (CBS) — A man was shot to death Sunday morning in the South Loop.

About 10:05 a.m., the 45-year-old was discovered in an alley with a gunshot wound to the head in the 1800 South Michigan, according to Chicago Police. 60 more words

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Carjacking Suspects Lead Police On High Speed Chase; 1 Suspect Shot

CHICAGO (CBS) — An Illinois State Police trooper was caught up in a shooting that sent a teenager to the hospital and also interrupted a busy Saturday night for several people in Chinatown and the South Loop.  281 more words

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The French Riviera Lands in Chicago for Grey Goose's Boulangerie Bleue

The French Riviera came to the shores of Lake Michigan last month when Grey Goose hosted the Boulangerie Bleue pop-up. On July 27, visitors to the Chicago Illuminating Company entered a traditional French bakery and found a secret entrance to a summer soiree. 354 more words

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Man Stabbed On Red Line Train At Roosevelt

CHICAGO (STMW) — A man was stabbed and critically wounded late Wednesday on a train at the Roosevelt Red Line station in the South Loop. 81 more words

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Demolition Update: 921 South Jefferson still stands

Just yesterday, I mentioned the urgency of most Chicago demolition permits, and the developers eager to execute them so they can get on with the business of developing. 236 more words

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Demolition Update: 1411 South Michigan is pretty much demolished

A demolition permit was filed for the old National Association of Letter Carriers building at 1411 South Michigan Avenue on July 7th. My bad for not checking back with it sooner, because a visit Sunday produced multiple angles of nothing but rubble shots. 134 more words

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