Peoria Mayor Defends Police Raid Over Twitter Parody Account Peoria's mayor defended his actions in response to a fake Twitter account set up in his name, saying he felt his identity was stolen and that the comments posted online were "absolute filth." Democratic Party Asks Chicago To Bid For 2016 Convention Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz sent a letter to 15 cities asking them to submit proposals to host the convention in two years.
Kelly Reflects On ‘Enlightening’ And Challenging First Year In Congress CPS To Install Air Conditioning At Every School Within 5 Years Mayor Applauds Creation Of Federal Violent Crimes Unit For Chicago Republican House Leader Opposes Using State Funds For Potential Presidential Library Quinn Staying Out Of Debate On Obama Presidential Library Subsidy Governor Promises Tighter Controls After Medicaid Paid For Dead People U. Of I. Warns Pension Reform Glitch Could Lead To Mass Retirements Report: Mole In Rezko, Carothers Cases Arrested For Fraud
Study Might Explain Why Trailer Parks Seem To Be Tornado Magnets Researchers looked at 60 years worth of climatological data from the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center, and found tornadoes touch down most often in "transition zones" – areas where a dramatic change in landscape takes place. Four-Legged Lawnmowers Returning To O’Hare Keeping the brush low prevents birds and other wildlife from nesting on the airfield. Such wildlife could present a serious hazard to airplanes as they take off and land at O'Hare.
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