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Stacy St. Clair
Chicago Tribune reporter. Forever in need of a good book, a strong verb and caffeine.
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Robert Feder Jun 14
Bernie Judge 1940-2019 — a classic Chicago newsman who made journalism infinitely better at City News Bureau of Chicago, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. (Photo: )
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Stacy St. Clair Jun 9
How great were and ? Smart, thoughtful and fun authors who made for a fantastic panel. (Ps Read them!)
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Elizabeth Taylor Jun 8
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Stacy St. Clair Jun 4
Replying to @redgrange89
He meant any evidence suggesting Murrell was an unarmed man. (ie Marcus Hammond’s testimony.)
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Jeff Coen Jun 3
Terrence Haynes showed up for a hearing Monday in a new suit he just bought in case he was retried for murder. “I thought I was going to need it,” he said. He won’t. Prosecutors dropped the case saying: 'Not a shred of evidence' intact
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Stacy St. Clair Jun 3
Man who served 20 years for murder he says was self-defense won’t be retried. "Not a shred of evidence intact," Kankakee prosecutor says.
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Annie Sweeney May 24
Among the down-to-wire issues pending in Springfield is a proposal to strengthen the state’s gun licensing law. Here is an exclusive Tribune report on how often revoked license holders fail to account for their guns.
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Stacy St. Clair May 23
Our investigation found more than 34,000 Illinois residents lost their right to own a gun in the past four years. Nearly 80% still may be armed because law-enforcement has not followed up on their revocations.
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Stacy St. Clair May 23
Before we finished our analysis, gun rights advocates insisted we were wasting our time as the data would show most people had their FOID cards revoked because they moved out of Illinois. Turns out less than 4 percent of revocations are for that reason.
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Stacy St. Clair May 23
Following the mass shooting at Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora, the Tribune set out to examine Illinois’ failure to enforce gun license revocations. What we found stunned even longtime law-enforcement officials.
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Alex Keefe May 23
I reported in the issue of revoked FOID cards a few years ago, but couldn’t get data on the scope of the problem. The Trib has the definitive story now - solid journalism that is worth your time, Illinois.
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Stacy St. Clair May 23
Look up how many FOID cards were revoked in your town - and how many of those cardholders may still be armed.
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david jackson May 23
Illinois revoked the Firearm Owner's ID cards of 10,527 people convicted of domestic violence - but failed to ensure that 81% of them surrender their guns and permits. & report:
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Stacy St. Clair May 22
More than 26,000 Illinoisans have lost their right to own a gun. Nearly 80% may still be armed. A Tribune investigation by and me.
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Dan Mihalopoulos May 21
After 8 years of thinking he was our editor ...
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George W. Papajohn May 9
Front pages today of Trib & NYT may encapsulate 8 yrs of Mayor Emanuel. In Trib, Chicago readers were reminded of Rahm's cozy relationship w/ the city's power elite. NYT gave him a national audience, page 1 refer and skepticism-free space to argue he led effective police reform.
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Stacy St. Clair May 9
Replying to @JaredSHopkins
also did the reporting referenced on RHONY last night. Which is pretty much equivalent to a Pulitzer
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Stacy St. Clair May 8
Replying to @shylobisnett
Classic RHONY
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Stacy St. Clair May 8
Related: I look forward to explaining a decade’s worth story lines to Phil
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Stacy St. Clair May 8
Replying to @dmihalopoulos @olyphil
Yep. His story on sexual abuse in speed skating was part of tonight’s episode
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