Tuesday Morning News Roundup (July 3)

Kidnapped Oak Park girl returned home unharmed Tribune
When Cindy Miller's phone rang around 3 p.m. Saturday, the petite Oak
Park mother screamed so loudly that nervous family members around her
feared the worst.

Gutierrez retirement sets up wide-open race -- if he goes Sun Times
Munoz is a City Council independent and labor stalwart best known for
spearheading a hunger strike that forced the Chicago Public Schools to
build the first new high school in Little Village in more than 90 years.

Breaking promises at the CHA
Tribune (editorial)
new units not going to ex-residents Chicago is at the midpoint of the
largest public works project since World War II. The demolition of
22,000 public housing units is part of an ambitious plan to revitalize
blighted neighborhoods and offer new hope to the city's poor. Most
Chicagoans have watched the high-rises being demolished.

Surveillance cameras installed near schools Tribune
Cicero police are installing a dozen video surveillance cameras around
neighborhood schools after getting a $500,000 federal grant.

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