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WGN TV Chicago
Chicago Alderman consider expanding IG powersCHICAGO --The Chicago City Council may vote Wednesday on a plan that would allo
Chicago Alderman consider expanding IG powers
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 12 hours ago
CHICAGO --The Chicago City Council may vote Wednesday on a plan that would allow the city's inspector general to investigate the aldermen themselves. But the proposal may not be as strong as some would like. Reformers say Inspector General Joe... Read more
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TribLIVE
Allegheny Township tells residents there’s no money for pavingAllegheny Township tells residents there's no money for paving | TribLIVE Neig
Allegheny Township tells residents there’s no money for paving
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
Allegheny Township tells residents there's no money for paving | TribLIVE Neighborhoods Allegheny Township tells residents there's no money for paving Melwood Manor residents want attention given to road conditions soon, but Allegheny Township... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
North Pocono's Michael McGee not afraid to do the dirty workIt’s practice. North Pocono players are racing up and down the floor, executi
North Pocono's Michael McGee not afraid to do the dirty work
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
It’s practice. North Pocono players are racing up and down the floor, executing plays, breaking open and taking shots. As the ball goes up, Michael McGee, sweat pouring from his brow, crashes to the post and on a miss attacks for a rebound and... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana flavor: Seven natives have been starting quarterbacks in the Super Bowl, a legacy that Peyton Manning will add to in Super Bowl 50Growing up, Doug Williams never thought about playing in the NFL, much less lea
Louisiana flavor: Seven natives have been starting quarterbacks in the Super Bowl, a legacy that Peyton Manning will add to in Super Bowl 50
The Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
Growing up, Doug Williams never thought about playing in the NFL, much less leading a team to victory in the Super Bowl and etching his name as a Super Bowl MVP. But in the 28 years since, not a day has gone by that he hasn’t remembered it. “Every... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana flavor: Seven natives have been starting quarterbacks in the Super Bowl, a legacy that Peyton Manning will add to in Super Bowl 50Growing up, Doug Williams never thought about playing in the NFL, much less lea
Louisiana flavor: Seven natives have been starting quarterbacks in the Super Bowl, a legacy that Peyton Manning will add to in Super Bowl 50
The Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
Growing up, Doug Williams never thought about playing in the NFL, much less leading a team to victory in the Super Bowl and etching his name as a Super Bowl MVP. But in the 28 years since, not a day has gone by that he hasn’t remembered it. “Every... Read more
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NBC San Diego
How Justin Upton Leaving Could Help the PadresThe Detroit Tigers spent most of the off-season telling people they didn’t have
How Justin Upton Leaving Could Help the Padres
NBC San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
The Detroit Tigers spent most of the off-season telling people they didn’t have the financial flexibility to add another free agent on a 9-figure contract. They already have Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander on the books for more than $200 million... Read more
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Arkansas Times
The life and times of Dale BumpersIn 2002, four years after Dale Bumpers' retirement from the United States Senat
The life and times of Dale Bumpers
Arkansas Times / Posted 28 days ago
In 2002, four years after Dale Bumpers' retirement from the United States Senate, the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Oral and Visual History at the University of Arkansas recorded an 11-hour oral history with him. The interviews illustrate a... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Chicago aldermen are one step from passing inspector general ordinanceWe'll believe it when we see it. Chicago aldermen are one roll call away from
Chicago aldermen are one step from passing inspector general ordinance
Chicago Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
We'll believe it when we see it. Chicago aldermen are one roll call away from opening themselves to the same level of scrutiny that the rest of city government has withstood since 1989. An ordinance that would place oversight of the City Council... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Chicago aldermen, step up for ethicsChicago's most powerful aldermen are suddenly in a big hurry to hire a legislat
Chicago aldermen, step up for ethics
Chicago Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Chicago's most powerful aldermen are suddenly in a big hurry to hire a legislative watchdog to replace the departed Faisal Khan.It's not because they want to make sure the City Council has effective oversight. It's because they want to make sure it... Read more

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