Parking meter revenues are nearly back to pre-pandemic levels. With 61 years to go on the 75-year lease, Chicago Parking Meters LLC has now recouped its entire $1.16 billion investment, plus $502.5 million more.
The Far North Side neighborhood most closely fits the racial makeup of the city as a whole, a Sun-Times analysis of census data finds. These are some of the people who make it so diverse.
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They cited an investigation published by the Sun-Times that found the agency routinely goes easy on lawbreaking gun dealers that sold ‘crime guns’ recovered in Chicago.
Since Morel made his MLB debut last week, he’s played four different defensive positions: third base, second, shortstop and center field.
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Millions of the trackers have been sold since they were introduced last year. And reports to the Chicago Police Department of unwanted surveillance or stalking using them soon began.
Demarlin Brewer, 47, is also charged in a River North theft and burglary, Chicago police said.
Mother charged with killing 8-year-old daughter in Uptown and then injuring herself — one day after social worker visited family
The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services said “no signs of abuse, neglect or danger were noted by our investigator.”
Jeffrey Montes De Oca, 31, was arrested Wednesday by the Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force in Orland Park, according to police.
Richard Banks, 22, and Christian Anderson, 16, both of Chicago, are charged with first-degree murder in the May 14 shooting death of Jeremiah Ellis.
Reader is ghosted after the pal’s rude boyfriend makes allegations of bad behavior.
Political influence is often a function of perception, not reality.
Chicago Police Supt. David Brown unsuccessfully pushed for a 10-day suspension for Officer Adolfo Bolanos, who shot 17-year-old Michael Elam Jr. three times in February 2019.
Casino revenue will cover just 9% of the city’s annual massive pension contribution, WBEZ reports.
A person close to the band said Fletcher died Thursday from natural causes at his home in the United Kingdom.
The Mattie Butler Apartments were named in honor of the Woodlawn East Community and Neighbors founder, who championed affordable housing for decades.
Shooting at busy 95th St. bus terminal could have resulted in ‘horrific massacre,’ judge says at teen’s bond hearing after 1 hit
Damontae Sessom was charged as an adult with attempted murder and aggravated battery in the Tuesday shooting that wounded a 27-year-old bystander as she waited for a bus.
“We have to invest now,” Colleen Cicchetti, a psychologist at Lurie Children’s Hospital, told a panel of legislators tasked with addressing the shortage.
Senate Republicans block Durbin, Schneider domestic terrorism bill; lax to act after Uvalde, Buffalo
Once again, Democrats are pushing for not the perfect, but at least some good when it comes to responding to mass shootings, the latest in Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas.
Federal suit accuses Chicago cop of hitting and falsely arresting woman during chaotic confrontation at Family Dollar store
“Don’t touch me, don’t touch me,” Julie Campos is heard screaming on police body cam video. “What did I do?”
When practiced by corporations under pressure from vocal customers, employees or even investors, woke capitalism often incentivizes high-noise, low-cost signaling rather than actual cultural changes.
Travis Cook, 53, faces a count of first-degree murder in the stabbing of a 43-year-old man on Monday at the Clinton Street station, Chicago police said.
‘Walking Man’ critically injured after doused with flammable liquid and set on fire on Lower Wabash Avenue
Pritzker, Lightfoot, other local Democrats rip Texas governor for injecting Chicago into school shooting debate
Other California cities, like Santa Cruz and Pacific Grove, banned polystyrene foam cups and containers, and polystyrene litter decreased by as much as 71%.
Left-hander Tanner Banks was recalled from Triple-A Charlotte to take Kelly’s place in the bullpen.
No shots were fired as the man passed behind reporter Joanie Lum and quickly walked away around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday in the 400 block of North Clark Street, police said.
Matthew Bokoski allegedly told authorities the Jan. 6, 2021, rally in Washington was effective because its participants were able to “shut down” the government.
The actor died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic where he had been filming “Dangerous Waters.”
It seems impossible to imagine, watching Hunter Whitney run free and easy now, that he wasn’t even in Lane’s JV track lineup a year ago.