Brandon Jackson’s jailhouse phone calls outlined his guilt, Cook County prosecutors claimed in closing arguments Tuesday.
Maria Pappas: “The dollar fee for online payment is almost like [the city’s] 7-cent bag tax — it’s just an annoyance to people.”
State Sen. Kwame Raoul picked up a key endorsement from the Chicago Teachers Union. Earlier this month, Raoul received the endorsement of the AFL-CIO.
The Trump Administration appears to face an uphill battle in persuading a federal appeals court to overturn a lower court’s ruling favoring the city.
Despite its limited effectiveness this year, health experts still recommend a flu shot for most people.
Durbin says President Trump’s comments about the immigration challenge “deteriorated rapidly” once legislative leaders got into the details of a plan.
“We want to do everything possible to keep our veterans safe and protect their quality of life,” the governor said.
“I’ve done the defendant no favors, nor does he deserve one,” Judge Matthew Coghlan said in sentencing Michael Pace.
St. Anne’s Convent remains one — barely. The 3,600-square-foot house has a mother superior, who is in charge of just one other nun.
Despite heavy overtime cost, the move aims to combat a flu outbreak nearing “pandemic” proportions that has flooded hospital ERs.
The report describes the purchase of the cards as wasteful, noting that they come at a high cost.
The brutally cold weather proved even too cold for those hearty people who like to ring in the new year by jumping into Lake Michigan.
Chicagoans lived through big stories in 2017, including a scathing federal report on our police department and the ascent of Chance the Rapper.
About six months ago, Sara Rusboldt met with Loyola doctors, who said she needed the lung transplant. On Wednesday, she was talking her “Nonny.”
Tim McGuire, of ComEd, said he can’t imagine a single fire causing a similar “cascading event” at either Midway or O’Hare airports.