It’s Friday, and that means it’s time for Morning Shift's Friday News Roundup, where we break down some of the biggest local stories of the week.
In this week’s roundup, we’ll pick apart the City Council’s decision to sign off on billions in public subsidies for two mega developments in Chicago.
Also on the agenda today: Chicago’s inspector general slamming the police department over its gang database. And we'll also discuss the police board deciding whether to fire four officers in connection with the Laquan McDonald shooting.
What else happened this week? You'll have to press "PLAY" to hear.
Our panel includes Daily Line managing editor and City Hall reporter Heather Cherone, Sun-Times columnist Mary Mitchell and ProPublica Illinois reporter and columnist Mick Dumke.
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