For decades, the part of the Chicago River called Bubbly Creek was an open sewer for meatpackers. Efforts to restore it, once stalled, may be revived.
Last Friday, a swastika was sent to student cell phones during a school assembly.
Tuesday evening, the 25-34 age group had cast the largest number of votes — about 162,000 — according to the Chicago Board of Elections.
Officials from Chicago and Cook County had advice on how to handle voting in an election that is expected to see unusually high turnout.
The Fraternal Order of Police says the consent decree, which requires policing reforms, would interfere with their contract with the city.
Ford said he was encouraged to consider a run by a group of West Side elected officials including U.S. Rep. Danny Davis, D-Ill.
The donation, reported late Wednesday night, brings Kanye’s contributions to Enyia to a cool $200,000.
As tightly contested elections approach, suburban voters are flocking to the polls according to numbers from Cook County’s chief election officer.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel hailed the economic returns of quantum technology as UIUC announced that it will join a Chicago-based research hub.
Ald. Ameya Pawar (47th) also called for targeted investments like affordable housing and child care centers.
Chicago Scholars, a non-profit which mentors low-income students through the application process, hosted more than 1,000 students at the event.