Bilandic Building Closed After Flooding Problem Construction work on Randolph Street ruptured a water main, and water gushed into an electrical vault, disrupting elevator service and air conditioning at the Michael A. Bilandic Building at 160 N. LaSalle St., according to the state's Department of... Mayor Gets An Earful At Relatively Calm Final Budget Forum There were no disruptions Thursday night during the last of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's three town hall meetings on next year's Chicago city budget, but there wasn't time for much else, either.
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Investigators Get More Video In Fox Lake Cop Killing; Motorola Offering $50K Reward The FBI has been given several surveillance videos that might show the suspects in the killing of a Fox Lake police officer earlier this week, as Lake County authorities continue the search for the killers. Northerly Island Park, Touted As ‘Urban Oasis’, Officially Opens The long, controversial transformation of Northerly Island from small airplane play lot for the rich and powerful to a public "urban oasis" along Lake Michigan culminated Friday with the official opening of Northerly Island Park.
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