A 26-year-old man was shot in one of his hands around 6:30 a.m. Saturday morning as he stood outside with a group of people in the 5000 block of West Harrison in Austin, according to the police.
Black Caucus urges Lightfoot to cancel guaranteed minimum income plan, put $31.5 million toward violence prevention
Ald. Jason Ervin, chairman of the City Council’s Black Caucus, said his group hasn’t "drawn a line in the sand" — yet.
Since 2006 the Sky have fought to gain a foothold in the hearts and minds of Chicago basketball fans, but largely to no avail. Tuesday, Chicago celebrated its first professional basketball championship since 1998, marking a huge leap for the franchise and for women’s sports in the city.
Internal investigation of botched police raid stymied by mayor’s launch of parallel probe, former inspector general says
Ferguson said his investigators interviewed "almost three dozen people" and reviewed "tens of thousands of pages of emails and other government records." But with so much information kept from him, he said, he couldn’t recommend any disciplinary action.
Police encountered Turrell Brown, 28, while answering a domestic call on the morning of Sept. 19 in the 6500 block of South Harvard Avenue.
The failure of legislation to allow hygienists wider duties illustrates the power of the Illinois State Dental Society. Illinois trails many states in allowing dental hygienists unsupervised contact with patients.