5 candidates gave ideas for tackling an often dicey relationship between the city and the Fraternal Order of Police to reform the Police Department.
Jussie Smollett’s new attorney said Sunday that the actor and his legal team “expect to be back online tomorrow with the investigators.”
Union representative Russell Beyer had vouched for the Aurora shooter to help him keep his job previously, Beyer’s father said.
Aurora police say fired 45-year-old employee Gary Martin killed the five coworkers with a handgun Friday afternoon at a manufacturing warehouse.
Jussie Smollett tells ABC News it’s “ridiculous” to think he’d lie in his explanation for being outside at 2 a.m. in frigid Chicago weather.
In Illinois, LaRouche is remembered primarily for leading a movement that came out of nowhere to upend the Democratic Party in the 1986 elections.
The plan comes a week before Gov. J.B. Pritzker is set to give his budget address, which he has vowed will set a “different direction” for the state.
“We 100 percent understand that you could perceive it as [racist] … but the motivation was not there,” Daniel La Spata’s campaign said.
Jeannette Zeck, a passionate gardener who helped her husband start the Deep Roots Project, died on Wednesday at age 50.
About 37 percent of CPS’ 361,000 students are African American, compared to just 21 percent of its 21,000 teachers, according to district data.
Police say the mother of the boy might have been the intended target of the shooting.
Planners are looking to transform a murky, garbage-filled stretch of the river into a first-of-its-kind, mile-long “eco-park” near Goose Island.
The baby was sitting in the back seat of a vehicle on the South Side when someone opened fire, police said.
Security guards say they warned a Midlothian cop that an armed man at a Robbins bar was a security guard there, but the cop still shot him.
Candidates dodged questions about their relationships with Solis in the race to lead a ward that hasn’t seen a new alderman in more than two decades.