Morning Newsfeed: Voting, meh, More Police Sex Claims, Lolla in Chi(le), Wisconsin Tries Patronage, Bonuses for Oil Spill Execs, and More | Bleader

Morning Newsfeed: Voting, meh, More Police Sex Claims, Lolla in Chi(le), Wisconsin Tries Patronage, Bonuses for Oil Spill Execs, and More

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Did you vote in today's aldermanic runoffs? Do you care? The city guesses most people don't. (Sun-Times)

Two supervisors were fired, and the county will pay more than $18,000 to install cameras, after last summer's teen sex romp at a forest preserve pool. (Sun-Times)

The Cubs had their lowest attendance in nine years yesterday. It's gonna happen? (Tribune)

More women are coming forward accusing Chicago cops of sexual misconduct. (Sun-Times)

Former County Board president and current marketing consultant and lobbyist Todd Stroger defends applying for unemployment, and says he's upset that his unemployment application was leaked. (WBEZ)

Can a Dave Matthews Band concert save the far south side? (WBEZ)

Hey, remember that oil spill that dumped millions of gallons into the ocean, and left 11 people dead because of a rig explosion? Well, the company that operated the rig is giving big bonuses to its officers. Because it was "best year in safety performance in our company's history." (NY Times)

The Libyan woman who claimed government workers raped her, then disappeared, has been released from jail. But she says police beat her whenever she steps outside. She wants to leave, but can't. (Yahoo!)
RELATED: Reporters in Libya find Big Brother is everywhere. (Washington Post)
Libyan rebels are now exporting oil. The first shipment is valued at $100 million. (AFP)

We are inching closer to a government shutdown due to disagreements over the budget. (Washington Post)

Lollapalooza comes to Chile. (NY Times)

The problems on Southwest Airlines's planes may be due to their short and frequent flights. (Tribune)

Wisconsin: Like Illinois, only less. Gov. Scott Walker hired the son of a campaign donor. The son has two DUIs, no college degree, and according to one lawmaker, "It doesn't look like he's ever had a real job." (Journal-Sentinel)

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