World Series win cost city pretty penny

CHICAGO -- Opening Day is just a few weeks away and the city is still paying workers for the hundreds of hours in overtime they worked during the World Series Title run.

Chicago spent close to $19 million in overtime for things like public safety, traffic and street clean-up.

The parade, which was titled the "7th largest gathering in human history," cost about $2.5 million in overtime.


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