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Since the Chicago Tribune's inception in 1847, its intrepid newshounds have collected 27 Pulitzer Prizes in categories from investigative reporting to editorial cartooning. More than 1.2 million readers pore over its classic broadsheet edition daily, making it the most widely read paper in the Chicagoland area.
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