The Rev. Michael Pfleger plans to lead a protest Friday morning at the Fifth Third Bank & ATM at 8140 S. Ashland.
The petitioners’ attorney, Joshua Tepfer, tells Sneed: “I believe this to be the first mass exoneration in the history of Cook County.”
Five years ago, a long-forgotten memorial was uncovered in the underbrush of the Dan Ryan woods. It took a long time to solve the mystery.
“There are approximately 230 young people ranging in ages from 12 to 18 housed at the JTDC center primarily for delinquent offenses at 100 S. Hamilton
A group of aldermen wants to make elected officials accountable to sexual harassment policies.
Former Gov. Pat Quinn, who is running for attorney general, will urge slatemakers to refrain from endorsing anyone in the primary.
Prince Harry is now beginning to lose his hair, although it is noticeable only in the back of his head.
“I want to be the lawyer for the people,” Quinn told Sun-Times columnist Michael Sneed in an exclusive interview Friday.
Dick Wolf threw an extravagant party at Chicago Cut on Tuesday to celebrate the success of “Chicago P.D.” and “Chicago Fire.”
Sneed Scoop: “I felt surrounded by the mystery of evil,” said Rev Clete Kiley, who’d been asked to conduct the church ritual by hotel union workers.
Jeff Malehorn, the president and CEO of World Business Chicago, is stepping out of the role he’s held since 2013 to focus on luring Amazon to Chicago.
Having spent five decades as a Chicago journalist, I gave the old sexual-harassment memory a jog.
Top cop Eddie Johnson is enjoying himself and back to eating what he likes now that he has had his successful kidney transplant.
Sneed is told former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger is planning to run for commissioner of the Water Reclamation District.
Cardinal Blase Cupich is being mentioned among Jesuit circles as a possible replacement for disgraced Cardinal George Pell.