Emanuel highlighted the more than $275 million in new investments to Chicago Public Libraries during his time in office.
Tiffany Van Dyke was grateful for the 81-month sentence that was far less than the 18-20 years prosecutors requested.
A sports memorabilia expert said the infamous ball could fetch more than $100,000 at an auction.
Da Coach reflects on life a few weeks after he suffered a massive heart attack.
Lawyers now plan to seek class-action status for a suit targeting tickets given to drivers for using cellphones while driving.
“It’s a first,” said one of the invitees. “Wow — it’s just one of those moments that I don’t think has happened before.”
“He’s anxious and scared and who wouldn’t be?” said attorney Daniel Herbert.
“It’s taken a nasty personal turn, and this one may have crossed the line,” said a top Daley source.
SNEED: Imprisoned former Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s hair is still gray, says a source, and he still is helping teach classes to fellow prisoners.
SNEED: The letter was dispatched on the former president’s personal stationery etched with a sketch of the family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.
The Chicago mayoral candidate says his friendship with the 41st president, who died Friday, goes back decades.
Mendoza is now wearing the pin Jane Byrne wore the day she was elected mayor of Chicago back in 1979. Byrne’s daughter loaned it to her.
The shortest serving mayor of Chicago and longest serving Cook County Clerk is leaving office — and remembering Harold Washington.