Sun-Times Columnist Michael Sneed has learned Chicago Aldermen Joe Moreno (1st) and Ed Burke (14th) are behind a proposed City Council resolution urging airlines operating at O’Hare International Airport to terminate service to Russia as a sign of solidarity with the people of Ukraine, whose country has been invaded by Russia.
As a city, we must do everything in our power to support the Ukrainian people and to demonstrate to Russia that their actions have severe consequences, said Moreno. What’s happening in Ukraine is outrageous and akin to what Hitler did in the 1930s before World War II, added Burke, who also wants to terminate Chicago’s sister city relationship with Moscow.
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AM radio has a decadeslong history in Chicago, but the industry faces the prospect of losing easy access to listeners in their cars.
The awards, considered the Oscars of the culinary world, were presented on Monday night.
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“It was shocking,” said Glen Lichard. “I just wish the SWAT would have called me. I would have gotten on the phone with him or gone down there, or something.”
Chicago is one of 19 metro areas across the U.S. taking part in the study of extreme heat in urban areas.
Woman killed in Highland Park hit-and-run was a ‘volunteer for the good of mankind,’ her father says
Maureen Wener was riding her bike Friday afternoon when she was hit by a car near Deerfield and Piccadilly roads. The driver did not stop.