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Friday, September 21, 2012

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Friday, September 21, 2012

iPhone 5 release date is here | VIDEO
Days of waiting are over for many people who have been camping out for the new iPhone.

Alderman proposes $5 safety fee for Chicagoans | VIDEO
Chicago Alderman George Cardenas believes the city should impose a safety and security fee on homes and businesses to generate the money needed to hire 700 additional police officers, the Sun-Times reports.
Fatal shooting leads to police chase, crash
A deadly shooting leads to a police chase and a crash on Chicago's Northwest Side.
Overnight rollover accident on I-80 near Morris
An accident on Interstate 80 overnight near Morris caused a big traffic mess in nearly the exact same spot as a bad crash Thursday.
White Sox playoff tickets on sale Friday at noon
Tickets for potential White Sox playoff games at US Cellular Field go on sale Friday at noon.
SIU bomb threat clears residence halls
Students at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale were allowed to return to their residence halls at Brush Towers early Friday after police checked out a bomb threat.


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Mostly cloudy with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm from late morning on

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Colorful forecast as 1st day of fall nears The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting longer- and the leaves are getting brighter. Saturday is the Autumnal Equinox, or first day of fall.

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Watch Katie @ 3PM Hard hits, little heads. We know concussions are a problem for the pros, but what about our kids?


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Friday's Daily Brief: Obama's Biggest Failure

Obama: Immigration Reform Inaction Was 'Biggest Failure'
Friday, September 21, 2012
Ann Romney Scolds Mitt's Republican Critics
Another Clueless Romney Remark Emerges From Secret Video
Mass Demonstrations Against Anti-Islam Film Turn To Deadly Violence In Pakistan
Why Huffington Went Literary
Arianna Huffington: Timeless Truths
There's a kind of truth that you can only get through untruth -- through fiction. And that's why we're now adding fiction and poetry to our menu at Huffington.
Lewis Lapham: Feast of Fools: How American Democracy Became the Property of a Commercial Oligarchy
It is the wisdom of the age -- shared by Democrat and Republican, by forlorn idealist and anxious realist -- that money rules the world, transcends the boundaries of sovereign states, serves as the light unto the nations, and waters the tree of liberty.
Marlo Thomas: From Daisies to Swift Boats: It's Political Ad Season!
Looking back, it's been fascinating to track the 60-year evolution of the political ads -- from the chirpy Eisenhower and Kennedy spots, complete with jingle-like campaign songs, to the more sophisticated and harder-hitting commercials we see today.
Dan Rather: Recalculating the Presidential Race
Romney's campaign is reeling and trying desperately to regroup, reboot and rebound. Their candidate's chances have been knocked down -- but not out.
Tom O\'Neil: Experts Predict Breaking Bad Upset at the Emmys
There will be a startling upset in the race for Best Drama Series at the Emmys this Sunday, according to the experts polled by Gold Derby. Breaking Bad will break loose and overtake the category's longtime champ.