The bottom line for some local street vendors is to keep money coming in. “This is my way of staying above water,” one seller said.
After a heated community meeting, neighborhood groups are calling for artists to drop out of the weekend music festival as they continue to push for changes to how the West Side park is used.
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Pritzker also called on more Republicans to speak out against the comments. “Why can’t Republicans just stand up and say what Darren Bailey said was wrong?” Pritzker asked. “Why can’t they do that?”
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The driver of a Jeep that hit the boy fled the scene, but the driver of a Volvo that also struck the boy stopped and performed CPR, according to police.
Officer Seara Burton, 28, was listed in “very critical” condition at a hospital in Dayton, Ohio.
In one of the attacks, a 14-year-old boy was shot while riding his bike Wednesday evening in the University Village neighborhood on the Near West Side.
A man was on the street next to his parked car in the first block of East 23rd Street when another car pulled up Wednesday afternoon.
Vincente Antunez was found dead at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 7300 block of North Rogers Avenue, according to Chicago police.
He was taken to Stroger Hospital, where he was listed in good condition, Chicago police said.
Protesters took turns sitting with a replica of the “Statue of Peace” — or “Sonyeosang” in Korean — an artwork installed in 2011 outside the Embassy of Japan in Seoul, South Korea, as a monument to the women.
Poles should make his decision and make a move by the end of the weekend, allowing the Bears to relaunch free of drama Monday.
The Brandon Road Lock and Dam project near Chicago is needed to prevent carp from wreaking ecological and economic havoc on the country’s largest source of fresh water.
The Big Ten’s new media-rights deals are not yet finalized, but the conference is moving toward contracts with Fox, NBC and CBS.
The federal government will be delivering $5 billion over the next five years across the country — with Illinois receiving over $148 million — so states can build out electric vehicle charging infrastructure to support climate-friendly modes of transportation.
Robert Boik was fired in apparent retaliation for an email he sent criticizing Brown’s decision to move 46 officers under Boik’s supervision to the Bureau of Patrol as part of a larger reorganization.
Hoerner was the first to do damage against Nats starter Josiah Gray, who shut out the Cubs through six innings. Hoerner led off the seventh with a solo home run, making it a 2-1 game.
One day after he demanded a trade with a 343-word statement that accused his bosses of negotiating in bad faith, Roquan Smith was taken off the Bears’ physically unable-to-perform list.
The preseason hasn’t even started yet, but the Bears are already dealing with drama.
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Rashon Kyle was arrested Sunday in the Brainerd neighborhood and charged in the June 12 shooting that killed Vincent J. Barnes, police said.
Chicago follows behind New York City, several Texas cities and Indianapolis, among others.
Almost half of the Bears’ projected starters for Saturday’s preseason opener are new to the franchise.
The mayoral candidate unveils six-point plan to tackle gun violence on trains and buses.
Outright lies may be difficult to detect in advance, but more rigorous judicial review of police affidavits could have made a crucial difference in cases of Breonna Taylor and Houston couple killed in a 2020 raid.