Chicago’s privatized parking-meter system took in $121.7 million last year, while four underground city-owned garages reaped another $34.7 million.
CPS has warned of steep cuts to per-pupil funding levels that could result in ballooning class sizes or split grades, and the loss of art and music.
Drew Peterson is set to stand trial all over again this week, accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow.
The botched investigation of a homicide involving ex-Mayor Richard M. Daley’s nephew has become part of a police “code of silence” whistleblower case.
The mayor agreed Monday to save the smaller of the two funds with a mix of union concessions and revenue generated by a telephone tax increase.
The House Oversight Committee posted on Twitter that “Kelly Hoggan has been removed from his position.”
Todd Light was lucky. Attacked by a man with a knife, the wounds bled a lot but were superficial. He didn’t even need stitches.
With the state billions of dollars in debt, the pressure is on for lawmakers to end the budget impasse with just seven days left in the session.
Federal investigators have subpoenaed records from Lincoln-Way District 210 about former Supt. Lawrence Wyllie dating back to 2000.
As much as I disagree with major elements of Rauner’s Turnaround Agenda, if there is a Democratic plan to restore the economy, I have not heard it.
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