The body of Myrtle Brown, 73, was found Saturday near a creek behind her home after relatives told police they could not contact her or her son.
Matt Rodriguez, ‘a pioneer’ who became Chicago’s top cop during a flood but retired under a cloud, dies at 87
He was Chicago’s first Latino police superintendent but was forced to resign in 1997 after coming under scrutiny for his friendship with a convicted felon.
The 84% jump in hate crimes in Chicago last year compared to the previous year was the largest among the 10 largest U.S. cities by population, according to the study that analyzed hate crime trends in major U.S. cities.
Federal law protects you from many financial scams but not this one — and scam artists have figured that out
Consumers have lost billions through unwanted wire transfers, which don’t carry the same legal protections as debit or ATM transactions. The banks say they’re doing all they can to warn people about scams.
The homeless victim, 65, died of multiple sharp force injuries after the July 14 attack in the 4400 block of North Marine Drive.
Ante el fuerte calor que se espera a partir del martes, los centros de enfriamiento de la Municipalidad estarán abiertos, y se recomienda a los residentes que permanezcan en casa y se mantengan hidratados.
With high heat expected starting Tuesday, the city’s cooling centers will be open, and residents are advised to stay indoors and stay hydrated.
“I don’t really think about being old,” the campus celebrity who has captured the hearts of those in Chicago and beyond told the Chicago Sun-Times in an interview.