MediPot matters: Some applicants vying for licenses to grow medical marijuana in Illinois have clout or felonies, the Trib reports.
Ballot business: Mayoral hopeful Fenton Patterson is bumped off the Chicago ballot, NBC5 reports.
School board circumstance: Rahm's opponents continue to push for an elected school board, the Trib reports.
Move money: CPS' headquarters move may have cost more than originally thought, the Sun-Times reports.
Hollow win? If Chicago unions win in court, their pension funds could go belly up, the Sun-Times' editorial board writes.
Stalemate stalling: Rahm is urged to resolve the impasse with the proposed City Council budget office, the Sun-Times reports.
State study: A new study finds Illinois is the 20th most-dangerous state in the country, FOX32 reports.
Case calls: A Blue Island cop alleges in a new lawsuit that his department stopped a hit-and-run murder from being solved for political reasons, FOX32 reports.
Trial talk: A Midlothian cop testifies against his former deputy police chief in a brutality case, the Sun-Times reports.
Parking punt: Rahm puts an end to private parking in city-owned lots near the United Center, the Sun-Times reports.
Grant grab: A Chicago couple is convicted of stealing state grant money, the State Journal-Register reports.
Tax tip: Illinois employers are reminded of the state income tax rollback, the Quad-City Times reports.
Presidential pass: President Obama pardons two Illinoisans, the Trib reports.
Dogs in Daley: Ald. Brendan Reilly wants dogs allowed in Maggie Daley Park, the Sun-Times reports.
School spot: The Chicago selective-enrollment high school once proposed to bear Obama's name could be built on the riverfront, the Sun-Times reports.