Money matters: Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle wants pay raises throughout county government, Crain's reports.
Case commitment: A judge refuses to throw out a lawsuit challenging Chicago red light cameras, the Trib reports.
Dollar delay: The state budget standoff stops the flow of federal dollars to some workers and aid recipients, CBS2 reports.
Noisy neighbors: Gov. Rauner signs a law increasing the number of runways allowed at O'Hare, possibly keeping open two that are slated for closure, the Sun-Times reports.
Another appeal: Blago's lawyers plan to ask the full 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to decide his appeal, the Trib reports.
School schedules: More than 80 CPS schools see changes in arrival and dismissal times, the Sun-Times reports.
Cash call: Rahm proposes $20 million in TIF money for Walter Payton College Prep, the Trib reports.
Program pump: Medical marijuana advocates call on Gov. Rauner to extend the temporary program, the Sun-Times reports.
Document deal: Former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock reaches a deal with prosecutors on producing documents related to his criminal investigation, the Sun-Times reports.
House hubbub: A judge orders former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds find a new home because he isn't allowed to live near children due to a previous conviction, ABC7 reports.