Good morning, Chicago.
“Don’t feed the bears …?” is the title of an event held yesterday evening in Arlington Heights, hosted by a pair of libertarian and conservative groups, to discuss a potential Chicago Bears movement in the region. Residents of the northwest suburbs who participated were skeptical about changes to infrastructure and the use of taxpayers ‘dollars to finance Bears’ proposed redevelopment of Arlington Park International Racecourse.
And part 3 of our Tylenol m*rder series was released this morning. ICYMI: Read Part 1 and Part 2.
Here’s what else is happening today. And be sure to get the latest breaking news in Chicago, visit chicagotribune.com/breaking and sign up to receive our alerts on all your devices.
Every Friday morning for the past two years, hundreds of people have experienced the sunrise jump at Montrose Harbor. Called the Friday Morning Swim Club, it’s there to share water bath, 20 gallons of coffee, and the community. Read more here.
Kinney, 41, has long lived in Chicago and has played the same role on the TV shows “Chicago Med” and “Chicago PD” in addition to “Chicago Fire” Read more here.
More major business stories:
“The shutdown of operations began for the Chicago White Sox on September 21, the day after a crushing defeat to the Cleveland Guardians that practically ended their off-season dreams,” writes Paul Sullivan. Read more here.
More Sports Highlights:
Many of the cast of the first film have returned in this Disney + stream “Hocus Pocus 2” coming Friday. So. Trick? Or to heal? Read more here.
The best articles from Chicago Tribune publishers, delivered to your inbox every afternoon.
More up Eat. Watch. Do. stories:
Hurricane Ian was relegated to a tropical storm on Thursday as he leaves Florida to become a hurricane again tonight on his way to Karolin. Read more here.
More Top Articles From Around the World:
#happened #debate #Arlington #HeightsChicago #Bears #Chicago #Tribune