Kids had a ball hunting Easter eggs on Saturday in Washington Park, while others picked up coloring books and Easter baskets in Englewood.
Jerrell Dorsey was one of two gunmen who opened fire in the 1700 block of North Luna Street, striking and killing Heaven Sutton, prosecutors said.
More than 200 officers confronted groups of teens that fought each other, struck strangers and blocked traffic, according to the Police Department.
Edgewater and Gresham stations had been in the works, but the state’s historic budget impasse was among the issues that put plans on hold.
Surveillance video of the Aurora mass shooting in February shows a gunman opening fire on responding police officers.
Incoming alderman of 25th Ward, which would be home to the project, promised transparency as it moves forward.
Independent Chicago record store owners joined hundreds of others across the globe Saturday with a bevy of giveaways and deals for music lovers.
The subpoena sought emails, tax documents, mileage-reimbursement records and any payments made to Sam McCann during his time in office.
Hearings to determine whether four Chicago police officers accused of lying about the 2014 shooting of Laquan McDonald should be fired began Wednesday
The police-led gathering included Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson.
The lease runs through September 2028, but requires City Council approval to continue beyond the first 180 days. That deadline is April 20.
After more than a year at the bargaining table, teaching and graduate assistants at the University of Illinois at Chicago ended their walkout Friday.
The city had imposed a 7-day deadline for the “Empire” actor to pay police overtime costs totaling more than $130,000.
A Cubs spokesman said more shows could be added, but the number to date is far fewer than the record 10 shows in 2017 and 9 last year.