By Fred Klonsky
There was a time when Chicago investigative reporters were the envy of cities across the country.
This was even before Woodward and Bernstein.
Now there are just a few who even deserve the title.
Ben Joravsky on the corrupt use and misuse of TIF money.
Sarah Karp at Catalyst. She blew the cover on the $20 million dollar no-bid principal training contract.
Linda Lutton at BEZ.
And a few others.
The Sun-Times has done some good investigative work – like the series they did on the $95 million charter school deal. But that lasted a couple of news cycles. Heard about it lately?
None of the …read more
Source: Fred Klonsky