Chicago cop avoided being fired after arrest in drunken Milwaukee bar fight. He was later hired by a suburban police department
Robert Pet pointed a bullet magazine against a man’s chest and was quickly pummeled by a group of people, one of whom wrestled his gun away, according to a newly released report by the Civilian Office of Police Accountability.
“She was still so spry at 93 and that is such a tragic way she had to leave here,” her daughter Celestine Stanton told the Sun-Times.
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Clusters of pandemic relief loans went to the same Chicago addresses, including homeless shelters, Sun-Times finds
One Paycheck Protection Program loan recipient who used a Salvation Army address said he was a farmer. A dozen others said they operated barber shops or beauty salons. Most got loans of about $20,000, the maximum based on a yearly income of at least $100,000.
The opera is among the first with an entirely Black and BIPOC cast and creative team, and it is the first to incorporate an onstage DJ as part of its 18-piece orchestration.
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Philp, a 27-year-old journeyman forward, earned his first NHL point Thursday in Calgary — with his family in attendance — but was scratched Saturday in Edmonton.
Some fed-up consumers are posting rants on social media complaining about tip requests at drive-thrus, while others say they’re tired of being asked to leave a gratuity for a muffin or a simple cup of coffee at their neighborhood bakery.
Senior Maxwell Haack drained the first three-pointer for Downers Grove North. It was the second basket of the game and it set off an avalanche.
Howard was the first Black screenwriter to write a drama that made $100 million at the box office when “Titans” crossed that milestone in 2000.
The man was taken to Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn in fair condition. The suspect was taken to an area hospital in good condition.
After a five-season fizzle since it went dancing for the first time, Northwestern is on the cusp of second place in the Big Ten.
A one-sided buck in a forest preserve, another expansion of wild turkeys in the suburbs, the world-record lake whitefish and Quint on bluegills and sharks are among the notes from around Chicago outdoors and beyond.
What else were we going to ask about, the flavor of Sunday’s Gatorade baths?
Bet on it: I’ve got the Owls as my upstart outsider to make it to Houston, and at 60-1, that would mean big money
Kurashev has produced two fantastic stretches so far this season, highlighted by his dominant performance Jan. 17 against the Sabres. But the 23-year-old forward is still battling inconsistency.
The old pal once agreed to separate bedrooms, but the arrangement isn’t clear five years later.
The truth is right here: all we be revealed about some former Cubs and Sox players
Blowout losses and the inability to win close games could be a red flag for GM Ryan Poles and coach Matt Eberflus. But the Bears also established Justin Fields as a quarterback to build around while still losing enough games to get the No. 1 draft pick. Here are seven games that helped get them there:
Admittedly, it is easier to get along if one goes along. Yet, the ability for individuals to stand alone is an absolute necessity for the preservation of democracy, civility, truth and equality in our society.
Local officials’ optimism is encouraging, but not enough when it comes to securing solid and long-term investments in the area.
Educators and historians, not politicians, should have the final say on the content of the new Advanced Placement course in African American history.
Both vehicles struck the woman, 25, who was crossing the street, police said.
Luca Carbonaro was remarkably efficient on Friday in Wheaton, scoring 18 points on just eight shots to lead Wheaton-Warrenville South to a 56-24 win against Geneva.
The FDA announced a draft of new guidelines Friday that would end mandatory three-month abstinence periods for men who have sex with men. For Illinois hospitals and blood banks, the change is long overdue.
Fire guts ‘mom and pop’ catering firm that made meals for the elderly and also served Bulls, Blackhawks on their private planes
The fire destroyed the company’s building at 6339 S. Central Ave., just blocks from Midway Airport. “It’s gutted, it’s done,” said Becky Walowski, an employee.
Third World Press Foundation, the renowned Black publishing company on Chicago’s South Side, experienced a flood in December that caused $200,000 in damage.
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