Morning Newsfeed: Rahm's Expensive Inauguration, Daley's Discipline Criticized, Bum Fights in Florida, a Gruesome Murder in Texas, and More | Bleader

Morning Newsfeed: Rahm's Expensive Inauguration, Daley's Discipline Criticized, Bum Fights in Florida, a Gruesome Murder in Texas, and More

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Five people, including a ten-year-old boy, were shot at a memorial for another shooting victim. (Tribune)

An audit found more troubles at Chicago State University, including that the bursar failed to bill students for courses. (Tribune)

The Blackhawks kick off the 2011 playoffs against Vancouver tonight. But can this year’s squad equal last year’s success against the Canucks? (Sun-Times)

Want to attend Rahm’s inauguration? It could cost you up to $50,000. (Chicago News Coop)

A new report from the city’s hiring monitor found the Daley administration has been reluctant to discipline employees implicated in a hiring scandal. (Chicago News Coop)

The Obamas will film an episode with Oprah later this month. (Tribune)

Since 9/11, many of the CIA’s top minds have fled to the private sector, leaving a void at the spy agency. (Washington Post)

A Yale student died in a “terrible accident” at a chemistry lab. (Washington Post via AP)

Homeless men in Saint Petersburg, Florida, are suing a man who they say violated their civil rights when he paid them to be videotaped and beaten by women. (St. Petersburg Times)

In the WTF story of the day, two Texas men — twins — were arrested after police found the decaying body of their mother lying in their foyer. (Austin American-Statesman)

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