Despite glitches in other courthouses, the first week of bail reform in Cook County went relatively smoothly.
The CTA’s $3.7 billion plan to extend rail service to 130th Street overlaps rail service already in place.
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Bridgeport bank failure fallout sees owner of home where bank CEO died found guilty of embezzling $6 million
Marek Matczuk, who said he did odd jobs for Washington Federal Bank for Savings and its employees, was given the money on orders of the late bank chief John F. Gembara.
“Next we’ve got Denver and then after that we’ve got the Commanders, and we’ve gotta find a way to win those two and not be 0-5,” wide receiver DJ Moore said. “That’s the whole message.”
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Parents with resources have plenty of educational options for their children, but far too many low-income and families of color lack those choices, the head of the Illinois Network of Charter Schools writes.
Some will say, “That’s part of the job,” but that is untrue. Politicians, the court system, and prosecutors must stop making it impossible for law enforcement to carry out their sworn duty, a retired police chief writes.
Investing in policing and public transportation would bring back Englewood in its heyday, when a streetcar ride to 63rd and Halsted was as exciting as a trip downtown.
Another ‘cartel wife’ gets 3.5 years for hiding millions in drug money tied to El Chapo’s Sinaloa cartel
The feds pointed out that the money was generated “through the sale of thousands of kilograms of drugs in the United States — drugs that harmed individuals and communities in countless ways.”
Amtrak plans to open a food court near the new entrance. The food hall project was delayed by COVID-19.
Man disappoints his date by saying he isn’t interested in a relationship.
Since its launch in January, 211 has been contacted more than 70,000 times, mostly for assistance with housing and food security.
After insisting they were unaffected by defensive coordinator Alan Williams’ resignation this week, the Bears’ defense laid another egg against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense. “We’ve got a lot of work to do,” defensive tackle Justin Jones said.
This is starting to look like another lost season, waiting endlessly and pointlessly for Fields and the Bears to get it together.
Rapinoe announced in July that she was retiring after an illustrious career that included a pair of World Cup championships as well as gold and bronze medals in the Olympics.
As the Hawks embrace the arduous journey back to contention, their veterans will be important in restoring the winning habits needed to return to relevance.
They get a 4-3 win over the Rockies in the regular-season home finale.
Weatherspoon, a former assistant with the NBA’s Pelicans, has been in talks with the Sky since at least August.
After one of the most damaging weeks the franchise has witnessed in years, the team was blown out 41-10 by the defending Super Bowl champs.
Fields had a 12.5 passer rating at halftime, while Patrick Mahomes left in the third quarter with a 41-0 lead.
“Sitting on the bench watching the game for six to nine innings, it’s easy to stay engaged when we’re playing the type of baseball we’re playing,” Crow-Armstrong said.
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The Bears were already playing without slot cornerback Kyler Gordon, who broke his hand in the season-opening loss to the rival Packers.
The Bears punted on their first three possessions and fumbled on the fourth.
The Dolphins set a franchise record for scoring and finished two points shy of the NFL’s regular-season record — set in 1966 when Washington scored 72 points against the Giants.
The Pac-12 has four teams in the top 10 for the first time in the history of the conference.