Red-light cameras reap suburbs millions: Sun-Times/ABC7 special report
A WATCHDOGS/ABC7 SPECIAL REPORT: Red-light cameras now bring suburbs more revenue than they do the city of Chicago, amid questions about accuracy.By Dan Mihalopoulos and Mitchell Armentrout
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Cubs fan climbed on handrail with cup before falling to death
Richard Garrity, 42, of Wheaton suffered head injuries Tuesday and died the next day at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, authorities said.
4 dead, 34 wounded in Chicago weekend shootings
Four people were killed and at least 34 others were wounded in shootings across Chicago between Friday night and Monday morning.
Giants coach Shawon Dunston still feels love for, pride in the Cubs
“I was rooting for them after they beat us,” Dunston said. “I knew they had a chance to win the World Series, and I was rooting for them hard.”
Israeli agency to review O’Hare, Midway; security picture still blurry
One thing the Israelis will weigh in on is a name for airport police officers — who aren’t really police, Aviation Commissioner Ginger Evans said.
Cosby jury pool: 1/3 say they’ve formed opinion on his guilt
The case against the once wildly popular actor-comedian has attracted worldwide publicity that the judge hopes to shield from jurors during the trial.
Top ‘Iron Chef’ award goes to Chicago’s Stephanie Izard
The Girl & the Goat proprietor took on all-stars Bobby Flay, Masaharu Morimoto and Michael Symon on the “Iron Chef Gauntlet” finale that aired Sunday.
Roskam calls proposed cuts to Great Lakes project ‘a serious error’
It’s a good move politically for Roskam, whom Democrats see as a vulnerable Republican in a district carried by Hillary Clinton last year.
So far, mystery shrouds Kennedy’s spending on staff, rent, T-shirts
His campaign dismissed any speculation that his light spending reports signal a lack of commitment, insisting, “Chris is in this race to stay.”
$425,000 clock stolen during antiques show at Merchandise Mart
A rare clock worth nearly half a million dollars was stolen Sunday afternoon from an antiques show at the Merchandise Mart.
Taxpayers paid for weekend resort getaway for recorder of deeds, staff
THE WATCHDOGS: At taxpayer expense, head of Cook County’s beleaguered recorder of deeds office took 10 top staffers, families to Lake Geneva retreat.