Prosecutors say the attack occurred early Saturday outside Northwestern’s Jacobs Center at 2001 Sheridan Road in Evanston.
“I’m surprised they’re going up in this neighborhood,” one local worker said of the flyers. He promptly ripped one down.
The trailblazing program will allow students to earn a certificate as a cannabis dispensary and patient care specialist.
The American Identity Movement is a rebranded version Identity Evropa, a documented hate group that helped organize the Unite the Right rally in 2017.
Sandoval N. Cobian, 38, shot and killed another man Friday “out of an apparent romantic rivalry and jealousy,” Evanston police Cmdr. Ryan Glew said.
As of 9:51 p.m. Tuesday, Blue Line trains were only running between Harlem and Forest Park, according to a CTA alert.
Roughly 57,000 property owners in the county haven’t paid their past due taxes ahead of the county’s May 3 tax sale, the treasurer’s office said.
He was overheard telling fellow employees that he was fed up with problems at work and planned to grab a weapon from his vehicle to “pull a Pratt.”
Chicago police temporarily shuttered Sound-Bar Tuesday after the popular River North nightclub was deemed a public safety threat.
The shooting happened at 4:16 p.m. Tuesday at the McDonald’s at 740 E. 47th St., authorities said.
“It’s a big boost to our economics here in town,” said Sheila Lay, a Delavan resident whose daughter works at a marijuana growing facility.
Harvest Health & Recreation will gain rights to operate Verano’s cultivation facility and dispensaries in Illinois and other states.
Officials are warning Chicagoans about an outbreak of Salmonella that has already infected six people who ate at a grocery store last month.
A man was arrested following an hours-long standoff with police after he allegedly shot and killed a McHenry County sheriff’s deputy Thursday morning.