Cochran could face up to 18 months in prison as part of his plea deal with prosecutors.
A new indictment against Xavier Elizondo and David Salgado accuses the two men of a civil rights conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
Attorney General Kwame Raoul and Special Prosecutor Joseph McMahon asked the court in February for a new sentencing hearing for Van Dyke.
U.S. District Judge Robert Gettleman disgareed that AFSCME should pay back fees Mark Janus paid as a state worker between March 2013 and July 2018.
A big customer of a failed Bridgeport bank is charged with forcing his way in with gun-carrying lawyer after losing his office in bankruptcy.
The feds say they caught Eddie Hicks and others on tape plotting to steal drugs from certain dealers, then selling those drugs to others.
The musicians claim that management is trying to reduce pension benefits as the CSO sees consistently rising revenues.
Vrdolyak was indicted for his alleged role in a scheme to pocket millions of dollars from a nearly two-decade-old settlement with tobacco companies.
Kellogg, the controversial mayor of the south suburb since 2003, isn’t charged in the complaint.
A federal jury returned the guilty verdict Wednesday afternoon against 35-year-old Joseph Hazley after less than a day of deliberations.
The agreement puts Schock’s case on hold for six months. If he holds up his end of the bargain, prosecutors will dismiss the charges against him.
A reputed Sinaloa cartel figure facing trial in a 9-year-old Chicago case was part of the greeting party the first time “El Chapo” escaped, feds say.
In November, Cochran, who is not running again, had been scheduled to plea guilty to one count of fraud but changed his mind.
If Vrdolyak moves forward with a guilty plea, leading to his second conviction, that would short-circuit his trial, set for next month.
His speech in front of a boisterous crowd of supporters Sunday at Navy Pier was one of the first rallies of his latest White House bid.