Top Chicago news: CPS to compensate special ed students; ATM stolen from car dealership; more

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Chicago Public Schools to compensate special ed students illegally denied services

It is an unprecedented step to make amends after the state found an overhaul of special education led to illegal delays and denial of services.

Read the full story on NPR.

Thieves appear to use USPS master key to enter Chicago buildings

The West Loop area in Chicago is considered one of the hottest neighborhoods on the edges of downtown, but a recent rash of burglaries at several apartments has residents alarmed.

Read the full story on NBC Bay Area.

Family of man beaten to death in Cook County Jail cell files lawsuit

The family of Pedro Ruiz faults the Cook County Sheriff's Office for putting him in the same cell as a man they say is a dangerous gang member.

Read the full story on Chicago Tribune.

ATM stolen from South Side car dealership

Police said two male suspects broke the front window of the Rogers Auto Group Chicago dealership in the 2700 block of South Michigan Avenue and took the ATM on Wednesday morning.

Read the full story on ABC Chicago, WLS.

Bullet grazes driver's face in Washington Heights

A woman who was grazed by a bullet on her face while she was driving down the street said police were dismissive of her ordeal when they responded to her report.

Read the full story on ABC Chicago, WLS.

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