Now, Preckwinkle is a potential front-runner in the crowded race for mayor, and she’s facing a report card of her own.
Rachel Hinton is a general assignment reporter, covering Cook County and the Obama Presidential Center amongst other topics. She earned a degree in journalism from DePaul University.
Organizers of Chicago’s third Women’s March urged first-time voters to hit the polls for the midterm elections Nov. 6.
Voters can call the 24-hour hotline at 833-VOTER18 (833-868-3718). The service is also available in Spanish.
Travis Sterling, the executive director of the Illinois GOP, said Morrison’s response is an attempt to distract from the actual message of the ad.
Although there were some concerns and questions, the ordinance was approved unanimously.
“This balanced budget is another step toward realizing my vision and priorities for Cook County,” she said. “It includes no new taxes, fees or fines.”
To win a conviction of first-degree murder, prosecutors would have needed to prove that Van Dyke shot McDonald “without lawful justification.”
“It’s a beginning but without specific commitments to our demands I believe we still have a long way to go,” resident Saith Wright said.
Susana Mendoza, Darlene Senger and Claire Ball made their cases for being elected state comptroller before the Sun-Times Editorial Board.
The lawsuit, filed Monday, was brought against the family-owned grocery chain by the Anthony Marano Co., a produce wholesaler.
Advocates say the Trump administration’s Affordable Clean Energy proposal is harmful.
Treasure Island, the Chicago chain celebrity chef Julia Child once called “America’s most European supermarket,” is set to shut down Oct. 12.
Unite Here Local 1 has now approved contracts with 15 of the 26 hotels that were impacted at the height of the strike, which is in its fourth week.
The rally was outside the Grand Sheraton Hotel where national executives were attending the Railroad Insurance Management Association meeting inside.
Residents in suburban Cook County could be the first voters to use new election equipment next year.