1. In 1993, the full text of Chicago Tribune became available on the internet, it launched its first website in 1996 and its RedEye edition first became available in 2002.
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5. The Chicago Tribune has since filed suit against the university administration under the Freedom of Information Act to acquire the names of students benefited by administrative clout and impropriety.
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6. In May 2004, the Chicago Tribune revealed that freelance reporter Mark Falanga was unable to verify some facts that he inserted in a lifestyle-related column that ran on April 18, 2004, about an expensive lunch at a Chicago restaurant—namely, that the restaurant charged $15 for a bottle of water and $35 for a pasta entree.
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8. In 1997, the Chicago Tribune celebrated its 150th anniversary in part by tapping longtime reporter Stevenson Swanson to edit the book Chicago Days: 150 Defining Moments in the Life of a Great City.
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9. In March 1978, the Chicago Tribune announced that it hired columnist Bob Greene from the Chicago Sun-Times.
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10. The Chicago Tribune won its first post-McCormick Pulitzer in 1961, when Carey Orr won the award for editorial cartooning.
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11. The Chicago Tribune won the battle, adding 250,000 readers to its ranks.
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12. Under their leadership, the Chicago Tribune distanced itself from the Know Nothings, and became the main Chicago organ of the Republican Party.
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