‘He just wanted to be a kid.’ Three charged with killing 9-year-old and wounding 6-year-old brother in ‘targeted’ Skokie shooting
Skokie police didn’t say who the three were targeting, noting that several family members were inside the home at the time.
Adan Casarrubias Salgado — also known as “Tomatito,” “Star” and “Silver” — is charged with conspiracy, drug trafficking and money laundering.
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Four cities bid for the 2024 Democratic convention by the Friday deadline: Chicago, New York, Houston and Atlanta.
Some 17 years after McGregor was last seen as Obi-Wan, he brings more depth, more of a world-weary wisdom to the role. It’s commanding work.
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I am calling on every police executive in the state of Illinois, our state legislators and other stakeholders to support robust investment in early education programs.
The Hawks have set early to mid-July as their target for hiring a permanent coach. Interim coach Derek King seems increasingly unlikely to be the choice, but there’s no shortage of other options around the hockey world.
Every flashback causes woman to feel the embarrassment or regret all over again.
The only thing worth judging them on at this point is whether the path they’re plotting looks sensible, and it does. The results are to be determined, but the process is prudent.
There should be no more holdups in rolling out a permanent foot pursuit policy that could help prevent individuals from being shot by Chicago police.
On the battlefield, soldiers pride themselves on leaving no fellow soldier behind. Let us, as a nation, vow to leave the rights of no citizen behind.
Selling off public assets is a way for officials to plug budget holes in the short term but can leave taxpayers burdened with heavy long-term costs.
Reflecting on one of the most iconic photos of his presidency, former President Obama said, “I think this picture embodied one of the hopes that I had when I first started running for office.”
Texas Sen. John Cornyn was authorized by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to open talks with Democrats to “negotiate the possibility of gun legislation that will spare us the tragedies we’ve seen,” Sen. Dick Durbin said.
Convincing the General Assembly to support more programs down the road could turn out to be nearly impossible if this fails.
Andrés has been showing up to calamitous situations with World Central Kitchen for 12 years. The organization is the subject of a new documentary, “We Feed People,” directed by Oscar winner Ron Howard.
Demarlin Brewer, 47, is also charged in a River North theft and burglary, Chicago police said.
Local 1220 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is seeking to represent the chain’s employees in Chicago.
Illinois hunters harvested 13,701 wild turkeys during the spring seasons, up slightly from the harvest in 2021.
At the time of Schulz’s retirement in 1999 following a cancer diagnosis, his creation ran in more than 2,600 newspapers, was translated into 21 languages in 75 countries and had an estimated daily readership of 355 million.
Bridges spent five months in the hospital with an already-weakened immune system, severe pain and, often, a need for supplemental oxygen.
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Mother accused of killing 8-year-old daughter in Uptown home because she believed girl ‘didn’t love her anymore.’
Amaria Osby screamed, ‘Momma stop,” as Andreal Hagler placed a plastic bag over her head and held her down on a bed, prosecutors say.
“I want our kids to enjoy safe spaces all over this city. I want us to continue to work to create those safe spaces all over our city. But it starts in the home,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
The Little Village store is one of 900 pharmacies being closed nationwide over the next three years.
Before the Uvalde massacre, the CPS operational budget included money for improving school security, CPS CEO Pedro Martinez said. But after hearing the details of what went on in Texas, some principals are demanding an “even more aggressive” response.
Throughout the attack, teachers and children repeatedly called 911 asking for help, including a girl who pleaded: “Please send the police now,” authorities said.
The fair, known formally as “A Century of Progress International Exposition,” welcomed visitors for the first time on May 27, 1933. Here’s a look at that day.