Highland Park Fourth of July parade victims who are suing: ‘This time it was our family, next time it could be yours’
“Because of the marketing and advertising of these kinds weapons, our lives will not be the same,” said Lorena Rebollar Sedano, who was shot in the foot and is one of those who filed suit Wednesday.
CPS leaders said teens travel far for school now, and population growth justifies the school. Opponents said the plan is irresponsible and lacks community input.
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Lightfoot touts planned culinary hub in Englewood, pushes back on claim that Invest South/West more talk than action
Englewood Connect is being built in a landmark firehouse — a building that “refused to be demolished,” said Planning and Development Commissioner Maurice Cox.
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Highland Park Fourth of July massacre: First lawsuits filed, call attack ‘predictable and preventable’
Suspect Robert Crimo III “was ready to go to war — just as Smith & Wesson told him he could,” according to suits that accuse the gunmaker of “deceptive and unfair marketing” and also target others, including Crimo’s father.
Soderblom, the Hawks’ top prospect goalie, worked on his lateral quickness over the summer and showed it off while saving 31 of 33 shots Wednesday.
“It’s heartening to see ridership consistently increase and break records, and we’re committed to continuing to improve the system,” said Leanne Redden, executive director of the Regional Transportation Authority.
Suzuki was on a hot streak when he went on the paternity list. Now, he’s back.
Chicago Public Schools — at 322,000 students this year — now trails Miami-Dade County Public Schools in Florida, which saw its enrollment increase to 325,000.
With David Montgomery day to day with an ankle injury, the second-year running back could start against the Giants on Sunday. “What I’ve got to do, I’m gonna do,” he said. “I’m definitely ready for it.”
CPS should recognize that enrollment is growing on the Southwest Side, and right-size its budget to include more funding for our local schools.
Training camp conditioning and halftime adjustments seem to be paying off for the Bears, who have allowed just 12 points — and no touchdowns — in the second half this season. “It’s the coolest thing, seeing them adjust on the fly,” linebacker Nick Morrow said.
The World Music Festival, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Music Box of Horrors fest are among the highlights in the week ahead.
The rare 3% decrease in monthly premiums is likely to be coupled with a historically high cost-of-living increase in Social Security benefits — perhaps 9% or 10% — putting hundreds of dollars into the pockets of millions of people.
The plan to redevelop part of Yorktown Center would include a park as developers seek new uses for outmoded retail space.
“Our true goal is is to expose people to alternatives for the items that they use,” said Sherry Skalko, co-founder of Reduce Waste Chicago, one of the organizations taking part in Sunday’s event in Back of the Yards.
The suit names six Alden facilities in Chicago and the suburbs.
Vucevic was the center of swirling trade rumors during the summer, but he stayed in contact with the Bulls’ organization and was never really worried. Could that change come this February’s trade deadline?
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Lawmaker to block $50M for Near South Side high school until Lightfoot, CPS address community concerns
Days after being wounded in NW Side road rage shooting, Chicago cop is ‘no longer a member of the department’
Man accused of breaking into CPD site, pointing guns likely had ‘mental health episode,’ lawyer says
Donald Patrick, 47, showed up at the Homan Square compound Monday and asked about retrieving property from the police department — though prosecutors said there was nothing at the facility belonging to him.
After winning the Stanley Cup with the Avalanche last season, the 35-year-old was brought to Chicago to mentor and shelter the Hawks’ young defensemen.
Many nutrition experts recommend that people don’t try to be a dietary saint all of the time and incorporate some leeway into an otherwise healthy eating plan.
The increase is half what the automatic escalator approved two years ago allows. But Ald. Jason Ervin, chairman of the City Council’s Black Caucus, is among the mayoral allies advising the mayor to find another way.
Activists’ 2020 suit alleged CPD denied arrestees phone calls, meetings with attorneys inside jail facilities.
The Hall of Famer apparently still hasn’t quite figured out social media.