Sun-Times City Hall reporter Fran Spielman is joined remotely by Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle to discuss her quarantine, the impact coronavirus is having on Cook County jail inmates and how students are coping with e-learning during coronavirus shutdown.
Fran Spielman interviews Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle
Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s $16.7 billion budget sailed through the City Council by a vote of 35 to 15, thanks to an avalanche of federal relief funds that paved the way for an unprecedented 30% increase in city spending.
In honoring Joakim Noah at the United Center on Thursday, it’s a reminder of the pettiness that The Chairman was still holding onto after all these years when it comes to the second-best coach in franchise history in Thibodeau.
Like the show itself, the home has its own set of controversy, drama and legal battles.
The Illinois Holocaust Museum is showcasing a special exhibit on the Stonewall uprising and the gay liberation movement.
LaVine plans to play through the injury leading into Thursday night’s game with the Knicks, but was working with the training staff to figure out the best way to protect the injury so it doesn’t worsen.
U.S. authorities offer to let Assange serve any U.S. prison sentence he receives in his native Australia.