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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Teachers union to vote on possibly ending strike | VIDEO
The Chicago Teachers Union's House of Delegates could vote to suspend the teachers strike during an afternoon meeting Tuesday.

Carnival worker allegedly recorded sex assaults of toddlers
A traveling carnival worker from Chicago is charged with allegedly recording videos of himself sexually assaulting children.
Man charged in fight that smashed Loop Macy's window
A Northwest Side man has been charged after a Sunday afternoon fight in the Loop.
Huge python found near Waukegan lakefront
A worker picking up trash in Waukegan found something he wasn't expecting: a 12- to 15-foot Burmese python.
Christopher Vaughn defense team could rest Tues.
Defense lawyers could rest their case Tuesday in the trial of an Oswego man charged with murdering his wife and three children.
Cold settles over city, frost possible in suburbs
Temperatures tumbled overnight in the Chicago area -- and could set a record low Tuesday night.


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Half of Illinoisans to be obese by 2030 A new study predicts that more than half the people in 39 states -- including Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin -- will be obese by 2030.

 Pfleger to host Peace Basketball Tournament Father Michael Pfleger will announce a new strategy Tuesday to use sports celebrities to help stop the violence in Chicago.

Stop the Violence
Isaiah Thomas in Chicago, urges kids to stay in school
Pfleger: Community will point out violent criminals
End-of-school rally calls for peace on streets
Fr. Pfleger's son, 32, dies in Florida


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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
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Chicago Teachers Meet Tuesday To Decide Whether To End Strike
132 Inmates Escape From Mexico Prison
Bill O'Reilly, Jon Stewart To Debate In Washington
Dean Baker: Does President Obama Want to Cut Social Security by 3 Percent?
That is a pretty simple and important question. Unfortunately most voters are likely to go to the polls this fall without knowing the answer.
Russell Simmons: Obama Has Worked to Curb Urban Violence
When more black men were killed in one year (2009) than all of the US soldiers killed in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars to date, we must give this problem the utmost attention. We must find solutions to curb the violence.
Mariska Hargitay: Join Me in Supporting Survivors of Child Abuse With a Simple Act of Kindness
We all have a role to play in supporting survivors and preventing abuse. Now through October 2nd, I am asking people everywhere to commit to support a parent or caregiver by offering a helping hand, preparing a meal together or simply asking how they're doing.
Jeff Madrick: Central Banks Are Saving Democracy From Itself
Note that it is Romney who is saying he wants Bernanke out of there and crying wolf about inflation. Bernanke, not subject to the whims of democracy, has had the courage to change his own thinking. He knows the consequences of tight policy now.
Andrew McCarthy: A Brief Meeting With Prince Harry In The Bahamas
I was blinded by camera pops as I followed the prince past the pink sand the he couldn't see and through the mass of swirling humanity. The drunken bar patrons shouted and waved.