On the heels of closing dozens of schools, Chicago Public Schools is moving its headquarters to smaller offices, in the same building that currently houses Sears’ flailing flagship store off State Street, raising questions over its future, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned. CPS will move next year from 125 S. Clark, where it has been since 1998, to the first three floors at 1 N. Dearborn, CPS officials said. Sears Holdings declined repeatedly to comment on whether it is moving from 2 N. State — which is in the same building — or about its future in downtown Chicago.
A Belmont-Cragin man was heading out to his backyard to shovel snow Tuesday morning, when he came across a shocking sight. A 15-year-old girl was lying in the snow, with severe head wounds, blood pooling around her, her shoes off her feet, her pants yanked down.
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