With 73 percent of precincts counted Tuesday, Garcia led with with nearly 67 percent.
The move to “debar” Jewel’s Bus Co. comes a year and a half after federal prosecutors charged owner Jewel Lockhart with tax evasion.
How you vote also will go a long way toward answering these six burning questions about Chicago and Illinois politics.
Marijuana industry interests are financially backing Cook County Board hopeful Bridget Degnen, who formerly regulated medical cannabis dispensaries.
Emanuel has won the rights to host several marquee sporting events, but city officials said they couldn’t accept FIFA requirements.
Emanuel spokesman Matt McGrath said Chicago had pulled out of the joint bid and would not host any World Cup games.
You may be hearing of Neal Sales-Griffin for the first time now, but he’s been reaching out to political players for several months now.
Jesus “Chuy” Garcia, Sol Flores and Richard Gonzalez face each other in the March 20 Democratic primary, running to succeed U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez.
Investor Michael Olszewski says he “discovered that $10,000 worth of truffles and a significant amount of produce was missing from Grace’s inventory.”
More than 25 percent of the money in Illinois campaigns past 2 years came from 4 men: Bruce Rauner, J.B. Pritzker, Kenneth Griffin and Richard Uhlein.
A supervising deputy coroner with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department confirmed the death occurred at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Even a perfunctory look into Presta’s track record turns up issues that could complicate his plans for upward mobility.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court, Curtis Duffy and Michael Muser ask that the clauses be declared “unenforceable.”
The incumbent took office 27 years ago. Dan Burke was first elected before Ortiz, 26, was even alive yet.
What happened at Cloverhill Bakery involves tensions between African American and Hispanic workers, according to workers, a consultant and activists.