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Morning Watch - March 4

Mar 04, 2013

Hot Zones Cool: Violence cools as cops work overtime in city's hot zones, says the Chicago Sun-Times.

Bribes Gone Wrong: Australian company outlines its own failures and misdeeds involving an alleged bribery scheme related to Chicago's red light cameras, according to the Chicago Tribune

Big Bucks: Chicago's big bucks could likely beat out Hawaiian heavies in the fight for Obama's presidential library, says Lynn Sweet in the Sun-Times.

Pension Pickle: Their pension, your taxes. The Chicago Tribune asks: Will the pols fix their fiasco?

Charter Schools Feel the Heat: Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett is serious about holding charter schools accountable for academic performance, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Email Excess: Feds question $44k bill to check email in case tied to Patrick Daley, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.

"Do Not Feed the Pigeons": Controversy erupts over Ald. James Cappleman's efforts to keep the Salvation Army's mobile food truck out of his ward, according to Mark Brown in the Sun-Times.

Off the Tracks: Wells Street Bridge repairs wreaks havoc for commuters, reports CBS2.

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