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Voters learned more about 1st Congressional District candidate Jonathan Jackson, son of Reverend Jesse Jackson, who finally filed his super late financial disclosure statement.

Jonathan Jackson.

Beachy. High: 86 Low: 73.

  • Illinois’ richest man brings his family and company to Miami. Citadel owner Ken Griffin followed through on his threat to leave Chicago with intriguing timing, less than a week away from the Republican primary that polls indicate his favored candidate is set to lose. (Patch)
  • Aldus. Michele Smith wants to deploy private security and allow police to use metal detectors to search for guns in North Avenue Beach. “I have lived here for 44 years and having guns on our beaches is absolutely unacceptable,” she said. (FOX32)
  • It’s triplets! Congratulations to Ald. Byron Sigcho-Lopez and his wife Loreen. The babies and their mother are “in good health and are resting well”, the head of the service said. (Patch)
  • North side Ald. Tom Tunney fears the police are unprepared for this weekend’s Pride Parade. “I am deeply concerned that the current staffing plans for the Pride Parade, as described to me, are insufficient for the crowd sizes the city should reasonably anticipate.” he wrote in a letter to cop David Brown. (ABC7)
  • Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to sentence ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris to 15 years in prison on charges of child pornography and sex crimes. Harris is scheduled to be sentenced on July 6. (daily beast)

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About me: Mark Konkol, 2011 Pulitzer Prize winner for local reporting, wrote and produced the Peabody Award-winning series Time: The Kalief Browder Story. He was producer, writer and narrator for the CNN docuseries “Chicagoland” and consulting producer for the Showtime documentary “16 Shots.”

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