Days after being wounded in NW Side road rage shooting, Chicago cop is ‘no longer a member of the department’
The officer had been stripped of her police powers just days before the shooting after testing positive for drugs, sources said.
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The mayor spoke at the groundbreaking for Englewood Connect, a culinary hub being built in a landmark firehouse — a building that “refused to be demolished,” said Planning and Development Commissioner Maurice Cox.
The point guard will have left knee surgery on Wednesday — his second one in less than a year — and insisted that he will take his return slowly. Could that cost him the 2022-23 season? Ball and the Bulls couldn’t rule that out.
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The Illinois Policy Institute’s stance — that if the amendment is passed, the median homeowner could pay at least an additional $2,935 in property taxes in the next four years — is false, a reader says.
“It was simply intended to plant the idea to those stuck in traffic that commuting by train was an easier way in and out of the city,” a Metra spokeswoman said.
Pop star faces an eight-year prison sentence and a hefty fine if convicted.
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Our 2022 report makes 15 recommendations to the chief judge on how to improve the JTDC’s treatment of youth. Evans could order many of these changes now, without waiting for another committee report.
Again salmon and trout on the lakefront lead this sprawling raw-file Midwest Fishing Report; plus on Saturday, openers come for Illinois’ catch-and-release fall trout season as well as salmon snagging at select spots on the Illinois lakefront.
A man walked up to the woman, grabbed her arms and tried to pull her into a van about 8:45 a.m. Sunday as she walked south in the 200 block of South Sangamon Street, police said.
Caruso wanted to honor the late Bill Russell, who died in July, by no longer wearing No. 6. But the NBA said no because his Bulls uniform sold too well.
One spoiler, for those who aren’t already aware: Pumpkin spice is not made with pumpkin.
Actor parlays his sitcom role into real-life chili cookbook and his own recipe for the dish.
Deandre Norels Jr., 20, is charged in the Nov. 11 killing of William McGee, 18.
The man, 67, was found on the floor of the apartment after firefighters extinguished the fire, police said.
She says the exes are now just her friends, but man still finds it inappropriate that she keeps up contact with them.
Jill Anderson earns Mushroom of the Week and was one of those who sent notes on puffballs around Chicago outdoors in what appears to be a good fall for them.
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The crash of two semis caused a small fire. The road is expected to be closed for two to three hours, police said.
The boy was taken to a nearby hospital in serious condition after being grazed in the head, police said.
Another man was wounded Monday in North Lawndale.
Zack Park, 34, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old John Park on the Northwest Side.
Chicago police release photos of pair who beat and robbed man on Red Line train near 95th Street station
The two walked up to a man as he was riding the train at 15 W. 95th St. around 2:40 a.m. Sunday, according to a police alert. They rifled through his pockets and hit him in the head with a bottle.
Through three games, Justin Fields has run more than half as many times as the entire Raiders team.
It’s one thing to get picked on by Aaron Rodgers, but Texans quarterback Davis Mills also had success going at Gordon.