Welcome to the Reader's morning briefing for Friday January 22, 2016. Have a great weekend!
Temperatures continue to inch higher with a high of 31 and a low of 25, before they finally move above freezing over the weekend. It's likely that some snow will fall, but not more than an inch. [AccuWeather]
The family of 17-year-old Cedrick Chatman, who was shot by Chicago police officer Kevin Fry in January 2013, sued Fry and his partner, officer Lou Toth. But U.S. district judge Robert Gettleman dropped the lawsuit against Toth, who did not fire his gun, after viewing a video of the shooting. [Sun-Times]
A man says his jaw was broken earlier this month when police attempted to clear out approximately 200 concertgoers from Young Camelot, an underground music venue and DIY show space in Humboldt Park.[DNAinfo Chicago]
Members of Wheaton Warrenville South High School's show choir were en route to a competition in Wisconsin Friday when one of their buses burst into flames. Everyone escaped unharmed, and in a display of remarkable fortitude, they choir still went on to win the competition. [Tribune]
Buzz about a fourth Chicago-based show from Law & Order megaproducer Dick Wolf has been around for a while. Now NBC has reportedly put Chicago Law on the development fast-track; a 2016-2017 midseason launch is likely. [Deadline Hollywood]
Everyone remembers (or at least knows of) the Bulls' golden run with Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman. But the NBA franchise has had its downs over its 50-year history, from Jordan's short-lived baseball career to narrowly losing Magic Johnson in the draft to Derrick Rose's injuries. Here are 50 moments the 50-year-old team would probably rather have you forget. [Chicago Reader]