Which Local Political Officials Will Be At Chicago World Series Games? Some aldermen are plenty peeved that the Cubs withdrew their offer to sell them World Series tickets at face value, after ethics officials objected. Illinois Comptroller Candidates To Meet In Televised Debate The major party candidates running for Illinois comptroller are set to square off in their only televised debate.
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Chicago Police And OEMC Set Security Plan Ahead Of Home World Series Games The first World Series game within the Friendly Confines since 1945 is sure to draw the crowds, and the city said it is prepared. Cubs Arrive Home, Rest And Preparation Before Game 3 The Cubs arrived early Thursday back in Chicago after Game 2 win over the Indians, ready for some rest and preparation before Friday's Game 3.
Police: Man Shot To Death In Goose Island Teenage Boy Shot In Englewood Woman Gets 38 Year Prison Sentence For Killing Her Baby 2 Dead, 2 Wounded In Shootings Wednesday Across Chicago Firefighter Hurt, Dog Killed In Geneva House Fire Extra Weekend CTA Service Planned For World Series Cook County To Increase Minimum Wage To $13 Thursday, Friday Downtown Street Closures Set For TV Filming