Screenings start: Fever screenings begin at O'Hare today, ABC7 reports.
Center consideration: Rush University Medical Center is being considered as an Ebola treatment center, the Sun-Times reports.
Pension pothole: The 2015 Chicago budget puts off pension questions until after the city elections, the Trib reports.
Property tax time: The Sun-Times' editorial board says what Rahm and City Council won't: the city has an enormous pension bill to pay, and raising property taxes will most likely be part of the answer.
Aggressive AG? The Tribune's editorial board dings Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan for not aggressively going after public corruption.
Fund flip flop: Rahm opens the door to a reparations fund for victims of disgraced Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge, the Sun-Times reports.
Campaign cash: The governor's race has broken records for the amount of money raised: $58 million, CBS2 reports.
Winter wage work: Rahm promises an increase in the minimum wage "this winter," Crain's reports.
City Hall or bust: Rahm says he would serve out a second term, if elected, Crain's reports.
Camera calls: Rahm doesn't rule out refunding red light tickets in cases where yellow lights were 2.9 seconds long, the Trib reports.
Suit up: A New Jersey company is suing CTA and Cubic Corporation for copyright infringement over the Ventra technology, the Sun-Times reports.
Worker worries: A contractor sues the Public Building Commission of Chicago, claiming the city knew of asbestos in a New West Side police department but did not alert construction workers, the Sun-Times reports.
Support statement: Karen Lewis thanks her supporters and asks for privacy as she fights cancer, ABC7 reports.
Money management: As Rahm prepares to make critical decisions about O'Hare's carriers, his campaign gets $125,000 from employees of American and United Airlines, the Sun-Times reports.
Metra money: In the face of a fare hike, riders complain Metra conductors don't always check tickets, the Trib reports.
Weapons to wearables? Guns seized by the Cook County Sheriff may soon be melted down, turned into jewelry and sold to benefit a Chicago anti-violence program, the Trib reports.
Weapon work: Gov. Quinn, along with victims of violent crime, pushes for a ban on assault weapons, the State Journal-Register reports.
Student body: White students no longer comprise the majority of Illinois public school, students and more than half of students are considered low-income, the Sun-Times reports.
Illinois injunction: University of Illinois' Board of Trustees seeks an injunction to stop nurses from striking, the Sun-Times reports.