In Your Morning Newsfeed: Cabrini's Art Project, Pain at the Pump, Unsafe Bridges, Steven Segal: Badass, and More



Navy Pier's new bosses are in discussions to keep Chicago Children's Museum. It's an about face for the museum, which has appeared hell-bent on moving to Grant Park for years. (Tribune)

Cabrini-Green's lone remaining tower will be turned into a temporary art exhibit before it's torn down. (Tribune)

The city is vigorously defending lawsuits against cops, say plaintiffs' lawyers. (Sun-Times)

Remember when gas prices made your jaw drop back in 2008? Yeah, well, get ready for $5 gallons of gas. (Sun-Times)

The tiniest White Castle building, at Wabash and Cermak, may be getting landmark status. (Sun-Times)

One in 12 bridges in Illinois is deficient, says a group that studies deficiencies in bridges. (Sun-Times)

The police department is investigating the circumstances behind a video where cops appear to allow people to heckle an arrested man in a police car. (WBEZ)

Dallas Cowboy Dez Bryant has been banned from a mall because his pants were too saggy. He has been grounded with no X-Box for a week. (Deadspin)

Quite simply, Stevan Segal is a badass. The lawman/actor/ninja helped bust a cockfighting ring - with a tank! (KPHO/Phoenix)

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