“Tammy’s profession was to save lives, the officer’s profession was to save lives, the pharmacist, all of them. Except for him,” O’Neal’s father said.
General Assignment for the Chicago Sun-Times. Former City Newser.
The weeklong period for candidates to file the required nominating signatures to get on the Feb. 26 ballot kicked off on Monday.
Doors open Monday for candidates in 50 aldermanic races as well as those running for mayor, city clerk and treasurer to submit nominating petitions.
The teen arrived at court with his parents and was released back into their custody. “Set restrictions you deem appropriate,” the judge said.
The former first lady signed copies of her memoir “Becoming” for fans at a Hyde Park bookstore Tuesday afternoon.
Illinois State Police say Jemel Roberson was “in plain black clothing with no markings .. identifying him as a security guard,” which family disputes.
Jemel Roberson, 26, was shot to death by a Midlothian police officer early Sunday outside of Manny’s Blue Room bar in Robbins, authorities said.
The company began contacting staff on Friday. The layoffs were announced Monday. The facility will remain open.
The city sent letters to 32 retailers and manufacturers it believes may be engaging in unlawful and deceptive marketing that targets minors.
His strongest performance in Chicago came in parts of Mount Greenwood in the 19th Ward, where he garnered nearly 40 percent of the vote.
Lena Lemesh, of Elgin, was part of a “cold-weather” swimming group of at least 10 people that jumped in the water at a beach Sunday in Highland Park.
The maker of maker of Laffy Taffy, Lemon Heads and Pixy Stix, based in Oakbrook Terrace, is intent on moving its headquarters to Chicago in 2019.
The two were members of a group of “cold-weather” swimmers who went in Lake Michigan Sunday morning, officials said.
John Sherwood has filed a lawsuit against Sgt. Eric Elkins, a Chicago cop he says beat him outside an Andersonville bar last month.
Construction plans call for there to be a grand new entrance in the middle of the west side of the building off of Clinton Street.