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CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago hotels continue to enjoy near-record occupancy, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel says it's a positive sign tourism is up in the nation's third-largest city. Emanuel and the tourism office Choose Chicago announced Thursday hotels reported 81.2 percent occupancy in May. That's an 8.5 percent increase over May 2012. The city also hit near-record tourism rates in 2012, with more than...

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