AM News: Teen Shot Headed To School

8th-grader shot in arm on way to North Side school Tribune
15-year-old boy was headed to the Brennemann Elementary School when he
was shot about 8:25 a.m. in front of a convenience store a few blocks
from the school at 4251 N. Clarendon, according to Chicago Public
Schools spokeswoman Monique Bond.

Teacher pension fund suit: Northern Trust botched assets Sun Times
fund representatives would not specify the amount of the loss, but in a
media release the fund described the loss as "small compared to the
$9.2 billion value of our portfolio."

State moving ahead with plan for special ed cuts in Chicago Catalyst
of a task force on special education said Monday they were not ready to
move forward with a proposal that would change the way CPS' state
special education is funding, but a state board committee is pressing
ahead with the plan, including a proposal to slash the budget next

Glenbard West students hold vigil for two injured in crash Sun Times
after two Glenbard West High School students were seriously injured in
a car crash, their teammates from the school's football squad began
gathering at a suburban hospital to offer their prayers and support.

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  • also -- parents of slain dyett basketball star have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the cpd

  • cost of living cuts offered as alternative to layoffs at maine township -- could this be what's coming here?

  • Award to reporter who covered Ren10. Anyone remember her stories?

  • Teen chased, shot dead in West Humboldt Park a block away from Piccolo Elementary School.

  • In reply to AlexanderRusso:

    Isn't that West GARFIELD Park? Regardless, it's heart-breaking.

  • In reply to AlexanderRusso:

    I'm wrong. The child lived in WGP.

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