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Friday, December 30, 2011

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Friday, December 30, 2011

CPD mourns officer killed in Austin store robbery | VIDEO
Chicago police officers are mourning one of their own after an off-duty officer was shot and killed while working security at a convenience store.

Family, friends gather for Mac Irvin's funeral | VIDEO
Family and friends are saying their final goodbyes Friday morning to the man known as the "godfather of Chicago basketball."
Man dies in Kennedy crash
A Southwest Side man died in a car crash on the Kennedy Expressway in the inbound lanes near the Logan Square neighborhood around 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Hancock Bldg. ice rink opens Sunday
For the second year in a row, the Hancock Observatory is home to the world's highest skating rink.
Plaque honoring oldest Wilmette tree stolen
A plaque that marked the site of Wilmette's oldest known tree has been stolen.
Man arrested in Chicago in Wis. cop hit-and-run
Police have arrested a 19-year-old man in Chicago in an alleged hit-and-run that critically injured a uniformed police officer in Milwaukee.


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Countdown Chicago 2012 Co-hosts Mark Giangreco and Janet Davies, along with Hosea Sanders and 190 North's Mark Nilsson and Doug Banks, will once again take the reins of Chicago's favorite New Year's Eve show to help Chicagoans ring in 2012 during ABC 7's COUNTDOWN CHICAGO.

Survey finds strangest job interview questions Anyone who has been on a job interview knows it is stressful enough without a curveball question.


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Friday's Daily Brief

Romney: Obama Out Of Touch Like Marie Antoinette
Friday, December 30, 2011
Best-Rated Apps Of 2011
As Community Colleges Cut Back, For-Profit Schools See Opportunity
Judge Scolds SEC Again In Citi Case
Deadly Violence Kills At Least 10 In Syria
Remember The Alamo Bowl! Baylor Outlasts Washington In Thriller
Dennis A. Henigan: No Season of Peace from Gun Violence
Even this season of peace knows no respite from the plague of gun violence. For too many Americans, this holiday season will be remembered only for the devastating sense of loss as their loved ones are torn from their lives by senseless gunfire.
Margaret Cho: Kim Jong Il's Funeral Procession: My Thoughts on the Weirdness
The big photo of Kim Jong Il reminds me of the Chinese funeral processions I witnessed as a child, weaving slowly down Powell Street. There would be a fancy hearse carrying the recently deceased, and the blown-up portrait would be propped on top of the car.
Linda Bergthold: 2011's Last Viral Lie About Health Reform
I hate to end this year with a rebuttal to a viral lie about the Affordable Care Act. However, this one seems to come from a credible source but is so wrong that I can't resist.
Ricky Gervais: I Got My Start in America at the Golden Globes
It all started eight years ago. Little did I know then how many times my name would be linked with the Hollywood Foreign Press in the future.
Xochitl Gonzalez: Resolutions for the Newly Engaged
As you start a new year as the future Mrs. So-and-So, here are some Bridolutions for you to consider adopting in 2012 to keep wedding planning fun in those moments of stress.