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Former Muddy Waters home on list of Illinois' 10 most endangered places

    Pictured is the one-time Chicago home of legendary bluesman Muddy Waters. The home is among the 10 most endangered historic places in Illinois according to the nonprofit Landmarks Illinois, which announced the list Tuesday, April 30, 2013, in Springfield, Ill. (AP Photo/Matt Cole via Landmarks Illinois)

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — An 1890s orphanage for B

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    Former soul food restaurant owner succumbs to cancer

      Dolores Jean Grey Reynolds

      Dolores Jean Grey Reynolds, a Chicago businesswoman and the long-time owner and operator of the celebrated Army & Lou’s soul food restaurant on Chicago’s South Side, died April 24 in Detroit after a three-month battle with esophageal cancer.

      Funeral services will be held May 4 at 11 a.m. at True Believers Missionary

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      Illinois AG seeks extension on gun-permit appeal 



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      Illinois AG seeks extension on gun-permit appeal 

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        Ill. Senator Raoul to offer version of gun-carry bill

          Illinois Sen. Kwame Raoul (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)

          SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — An Illinois state senator said Monday he will rework legislation allowing the carrying of concealed guns that emerged last week after concerns about extra levels of scrutiny for Chicago and Cook County, but he defended the proposal against complaints that it was more restrictive t

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          Legal fight settled over Chicago parking meters

            Chicagoans will soon be getting a break on parking fees — at least on Sundays. Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office announced today the private company that runs the city's parking spaces has agreed to stop charging for parking in Chicago's neighborhoods on Sundays. The mayor's office says the city and Chicago Parking Meters LLC have settled legal disputes

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