Protest organizers are hoping the rise of Donald Trump will boost attendance at Magnificent Mile demonstrations that have become a holiday tradition.
Robert Cook attacked his passengers after complimenting them on their shoes, Cook County prosecutors said.
Flor Perez was ordered held in lieu of $75,000 bail Tuesday for the shooting that left Jeyson Gonzalez dead and injured another teen.
All told, 330 county employees will lose their jobs under terms of the budget, said Commissioner Larry Suffredin, D-Evanston.
Nevest Coleman and Darryl Fulton were sentenced to life in prison for the 1994 murder of Antwinica Bridgeman.
THE WATCHDOGS: Violent crime citywide has fallen only slightly since last year saw more people killed in Chicago than in any year in two decades.
Supt. Eddie Johnson took the stage for a speech Thursday set to tout good news hours after a judge wiped out 15 convictions tainted by misconduct.
Two of the men remain in custody on other convictions that are not covered by Thursday’s ruling.
The lawsuit is the third filed in recent weeks over what is described as a phenomenon that began roughly two years ago.
Jose Maysonet has been in prison for 27 years in the 1990 case. He contends he was framed for the double murder.
In a statement Tuesday morning, Special Prosecutor Patricia Brown Holmes said the grand jury, impaneled in November 2016, has been discharged.
Revelations about Louis C.K. reverberated for comediennes working in Chicago, a comedy mecca that draws aspiring comics from across the continent.
The lawsuit says supervisors have discouraged the women from filing complaints, telling them witnessing the behavior is “part of the job.”
“It’s not a simple yes or no question” to choose Obama for either side, Attorney Steve Greenberg said. “I think there’s no way he’d be picked.”
The lawsuit seeks class action status on behalf of women working for the office, including more than 200 of 400 staff attorneys.