Tuesday Apr 22
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Medical District eyes high-speed fiber optic network to bring in new business
The Illinois Medical District Commission wants to create a fiber optic network that would give hospitals the ability to zip medical images among doctors at the blink of an eye and help the economic development agency attract new business.
Gov. Quinn on Rahm's pension property tax hike: 'No can do'
Gov. Pat Quinn on Monday made clear he's not on board with Mayor Rahm Emanuel's proposal to hike property taxes as a way to solve a looming pension crisis in the City of Chicago.
Obama library can generate hope and change
For people who don't live in the South Side neighborhood of Washington Park, there is hardly a reason to take the CTA's Green Line to the Garfield station.
Man charged in UIC dorm rape ordered held without bond
A convicted sex offender was ordered held without bond Wednesday, accused of raping a University of Illinois at Chicago student in a dormitory room shower on the Near West Side campus earlier this week.
Student Sexually Assaulted In Dorm On UIC Campus
A University of Illinois at Chicago student was sexually assaulted in a dormitory room shower Monday morning on the Near West Side campus.
Uncle Bob's Self Storage Renovates Former Otis Elevator Building in Chicago
Uncle Bob's Self Storage is nearing completion on a conversion project that will transform the former Otis Elevator building in Chicago into its newest facility.