Mohammad Samra

GA Reporter
Chicago fire communications operator Amanda Garr and retired Chicago firefighter George Ma’Ayteh met for the first time Wednesday morning, months after Garr instructed 911 caller Paula Anast how to save Ma’Ayteh’s life through CPR.
Passover, which begins April 22, commemorates the emancipation of Jews from slavery in Egypt.
Police officials joined Mayor Brandon Johnson and Ald. Pat Dowell (3rd) to announce the plan, which utilizes technology, focus missions, public engagement and accountability.
Last year, Illinois ranked eighth in the country in dog bite claims. Insurance companies paid more than $61.8 million for 837 dog-related injury claims, with an average payout of $73,797.
In an email to residents, Ald. Timmy Knudsen (43rd) wrote his office was notified of an “antisemitic flyer that was spread in central Lincoln Park, some of which were placed in bags including a substance with the appearance of rat poison.”
Sydney Cassell, 29, was getting in his car Thursday night in the 8600 block of South Cottage Grove Avenue when someone in a blue car drove up and fired shots, killing him, police said.
Nearly 40 shell casings were recovered at the gas station in the 3700 block of West Roosevelt Road, Chicago police said.
Charles Mills worked as a special education classroom assistant for 23 years at Jones College Prep in the South Loop. Sunday night he was struck and killed while crossing Pulaski Road.
As Christians prepare to celebrate the Resurrection, Chicago-area clergy members share plans for their Easter Sunday services.