Philippe Loizon was fired last spring after being relegated to desk duty for two years, according to his lawsuit against Chief Judge Timothy Evans.
Janet and Craig Duchossois made the record-setting $50 million donation, while Robert and Diane Levy contributed $20 million.
A judge had blocked the cash-strapped city collecting the money last week, forcing officials to lay off dozens of police officer and firefighters.
Agents sought information on Michael D. Cohen’s ties to the operators of Chicago Medallion Management Corp., which has offices in West Town.
The deal was worth more than $208 million, with Ferro selling his holding of more than 9 million shares to McCormick Media.
Madigan spokesman Steve Brown said he “doesn’t do predictions,” but noted he wasn’t aware of any opponents throwing their names in the ring.
Adam Gray accused police of coercing a false confession and extracting false statements from witnesses. Incarcerated at 14, he was freed last year.
The shooting happened during an “altercation” in the 2000 block of West Washington Boulevard, according to police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
Among the lingering complaints were reports of seniors’ homes and a day care center that were left without water.
In the wake of misconduct allegations — which he vociferously denies — Bill Hybels made his retirement immediate on Tuesday.
“Of all people, Mr. Sanchez should know that violence begets violence,” Judge John Lee said.
Russell now faces at least 15 years in prison, though his attorney has said the 68-year-old, suffering cancer, wouldn’t survive such a sentence.
Renee Johnson embezzled $604,113, from the highly touted restaurants Blackbird and Avec from 2011 to 2017, according to prosecutors.
Dubbed Chicago’s inaugural “Day4Empathy” by the Roger and Chaz Ebert Foundation, ambassadors for the organization will canvass the city.
Rather than face disciplinary hearings for failing to report a firearm discharge, officers John Gorman and Timothy Neylon resigned in early March.