“He was one of Chicago’s premier socialite-connectors, particularly for the African-American community,” said friend James Ramos.
Josua C. Matias, 21, was wanted for allegedly being involved in a shooting last week in west suburban Montgomery.
A burglar, or burglars, used a ruse to get into homes and then stole property.
On Wednesday, topics included plans on allocating resources in CPS, covering the city’s pension debt and cleaning up corruption in the City Council.
Jeremy Colliton must figure out how to get the Blackhawks firing again. He tried turning them loose for a fun practice at Madison Square Garden today.
Establishing an Environment Department the first time around was a foresighted decision. In intervening years, the need has only grown greater.
As if the losing wasn’t bad enough, Wendell Carter Jr.’s injured thumb has LaVine evaluating just what direction this rebuild is going.
John Bogle simplified investing for the masses by introducing the first index mutual fund for individual investors in 1976.
Suspects are in custody in two out of three reported bank robberies Wednesday that occurred between the Near North Side and the Loop.
Carter, who has started all 44 games so far this season, is believed to have torn a ligament in his thumb and may miss several weeks.
The Office of Inspector General recommended possible firing for the supervisor, but Chicago police opted instead for a seven-day suspension.
Matt Nagy’s next challenge is, simply, to do it again. Against a first-place schedule. And with a defensive staff that will feature mostly new faces.
Dan Lozano, Machado’s agent, called out what he deemed “inaccurate and reckless” reports of the White Sox’ interest.
City Colleges also modernized its curriculum to meet industry needs to make students strong prospects when they enter the job market.
In a perfect world, early voting would begin Thursday. But Chicago election officials want you to know it’s not a perfect world.