“You’ll see what happens,” the woman said. Gene Sanderlin responded: “No, you will see what happens” and then allegedly fired a revolver.
Friday — five days before the March 21 deadline — the Rauner Administration filed paperwork seeking to postpone payments during the appeal process.
J.B. Pritzker shook hands with commuters at a couple of CTA stations, while Bruce Rauner visited a carton manufacturer in St. Charles.
Matthew Mallett, 37, claims his civil rights were violated. The officers used excessive force and targeted him for being gay, he alleges.
Brian Laude was the sixth voter at the polling station set up in DePaul College Prep’s library on the Northwest Side.
Overall turnout will be hard to predict, but in Cook County more than 215,000 have already voted.
Derquann Wilson was 15 when he was shot by Officer Sajit Walter in 2011. It’s the second time his lawsuit has gone to trial.
Results of an autopsy conducted on the body of slain Chicago Police Cmdr. Paul Bauer released Thursday show he suffered six gunshot wounds.
Judge David Atkins ruled the caregivers should receive back pay by March 21 and begin receiving their raises by the same date.
John Garrido put the word out on Facebook asking the community to help fix up the dilapidated newsstand, where 60-year-old Anthony Johnson works.
The bill landed on Rauner’s desk Feb. 28. He has 60 days to decide whether to sign the bill, veto it, or do nothing and let it take effect.
Thousands took advantage of the old adage Sunday at the South Side Irish Parade, including a few politicians.
“We need to eliminate nepotism and cronyism in hiring and bring in a professional, ethics workforce…” Fritz Kaegi said.
At a hearing next week, Judge James O’Hara will set a date for Emanuel’s deposition in the lawsuit by the family of Quintonio LeGrier.
“Daniel Biss is taking positions on both sides of an issue,” Kennedy said.