Plea deal offered to man charged along with brother in fatal shooting of Chicago police officer Ella French
Eric Morgan, 25, is expected to enter guilty pleas next month to unlawful use of a weapon, aggravated battery and obstruction of justice, according to a source.
Two women and a man have died after hazmat call shortly after 8 a.m. Friday at a building in the 5800 block of North Broadway, fire officials said.
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In recent years, the share of Black drivers involved in traffic stops statewide has reached the highest level on record, a WBEZ/Investigative Project on Race and Equity investigation has found.
They’ve lost 13-straight games, a franchise record. Eberflus has the lowest winning percentage of any coach in franchise history. Even acknowledging the Bears’ roster deficiencies last year, it’s fair to wonder if Eberflus, after only 20 games as a head coach, is in over his head.
There will be an open talent show starting at 5 p.m., a showing of ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ at 7 and a full moon viewing at 9.
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This week’s Murals and Mosaics newsletter explores how a decades-old mural in South Shore was almost lost, and the art that lines the walls of O’Hare Airport.
It appears Sen. J.D. Vance, R-Ohio, is not dealing in good faith, given his shifting explanations for denying April Perry a vote to be the next U.S. attorney in Chicago.
In a corresponding move, the team optioned reliever Keegan Thompson to the Arizona Complex League.
Elements of the far right have essentially claimed that Communists are using taxpayer funds to build some sort of spy base or to promote the Chinese Communist Party’s activities in Manteno.
A trust fund is helping landlords provide rental assistance to the influx of migrants who have been bussed to Chicago.
Politically connected Chicago Park District manager got slap on the wrist after mishandling a sexual harassment allegation
The daughter of disgraced Ald. Danny Solis got ‘verbal counseling’ for failing to report a sexual harassment allegation, records show.
The walkouts add to strikes called last week at two parts distribution centers in the suburbs.
In the end, there is no neat moral to be drawn from Arthur Miller’s splintering, messy tragedy. Moral or no, Shattered Globe gives it the immediacy of immigration issues that are playing out right here, right now.
“He’s definitely someone guys look up to … because you know how much it means to him,” linebacker Jack Sanborn said. “You can see that when he talks and plays. It’s easy to follow guys like that.”
Claypool has 18 catches for 191 yards and a touchdown since the Bears traded the No. 32 overall pick for him last year.
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The Bears, as expected, will face the Broncos without two of their best defensive players Sunday.
If some critical mass of Republicans had demonstrated the requisite political courage in 2016, it would never have come to this — that in the U.S., political and other figures must think about their physical safety before deciding how to speak or vote.
Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra soared on the wings of the world premiere of Glass’ “The Triumph of the Octagon.”
The Hawks have been blunt and ceaseless with feedback for Korchinski, their 19-year-old top defensive prospect. Thanks to a positive attitude protecting against discouragement, he has loved that approach.
Northern Illinois, Chicago State and Northeastern Illinois commit to new standardized financial aid offers. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Northwestern, University of Chicago haven’t signed on.
Skyscraper heartbreaker? Romantic Signature Room atop former Hancock Center closes due to ‘severe economic hardship’
Surge of brutal robberies has Bucktown neighbors demanding action: ‘It feels like we are under attack’
As Netflix film tracks his investigation of a murder, it lingers on his relationships with his wife (Alicia Silverstone) and fellow cops.
Mast production looks good across most of Illinois as we head into the opening of archery deer season on Sunday, Oct. 1; plus some notes leading into the archery opener.
Too many Americans now don’t trust the credentialed “elitists” with their graduate degrees and years of research. They’d rather go with the charismatic dunce who cheated his way through high school and can barely speak in complete sentences.
The grandmother’s son can’t get an answer from his 23-year-old daughter about the long, mysterious, one-sided estrangement.
A client of mine took a weed gummy to help him sleep while he was battling with PTSD, a veterans’ lawyer writes. He received a general discharge and is no longer eligible to access the one thing he valued most: a free education.