Mayor Brandon Johnson vows to appeal the ruling, defending the city’s decision to block Southside Recycling from opening on a site along the Calumet River.
69-year-old mother of 5 killed in crossfire in Auburn Gresham: ‘How does this happen to somebody like my mom?’
As Gale Stephen drove through the neighborhood, someone began firing toward a nearby gas station, and the 69-year-old was caught in the crossfire.
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Judge silences, scolds attorney for Berrios relative who faces trial Monday for bribing state lawmaker
James T. Weiss’ attorney wound up having to raise his hand to speak in court, including when he said he had to use the bathroom. He claimed he’d been unlawfully restrained and had thrown up in a cup. He told the judge, “look at the cup!”
They don’t want Fields rushing for 1,000 yards again, but someone else needs to.
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Niolis Collazo, 23, was a freshman volleyball coach at a Waukegan public school. She was driving home when she was shot and killed, police said.
Taylor Swift performs three sold-out shows at Soldier Field this weekend. Doors will open at 4:30 p.m. for the 6:30 p.m. performances on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
A teen was standing near the street in the 6300 block of South Ashland Avenue when he was shot, police said.
They should be: since 2010, only six teams recorded fewer sacks in a season than the 20 the Bears logged last year. Barely half — 10 ½ — came from defensive linemen.
The Cubs’ last home stand sent mixed messages.
Kane, 34, has been dealing with a nagging hip injury that hampered him over the past year with the Blackhawks and then down the stretch and in the playoffs with the New York Rangers.
Choose Chicago said that with high-profile events coming this summer, the city’s comeback from pandemic shutdowns remains on track.
We have already spent millions on youth programs, a Humboldt Park reader writes. Let me ask: How has that worked out?
Ald. Walter Burnett says nothing nefarious about how he spent unaccounted for $165K — otherwise, ‘I’d be in jail’
“My accountant and my lawyers are working on that. It’s fine. It hasn’t gone anywhere. We’ve just got to reconcile it. And it will be reconciled,” Burnett said Thursday.
During the robbery, the man showed a gun, threatened an employee’s life and threw decorative rocks at a teller window, officials said.
Fast action is vital if Washington is to meet next Monday’s deadline when Treasury has said the U.S. will start running short of cash to pay its bills, risking a devastating default.
The 2023 “State of Black Chicago” report spells out the disparities Black city residents face in health, wealth, education and more.
Concerts by Taylor Swift have cut off driving access to Northerly Island for multiple days around this weekend.
Following an upheaval at St. Rita this spring where teammates left and the head coach departed, Morez Johnson is headed to Thornton.
A guilty plea from Mack would scuttle her summer trial and lead to a sentencing hearing. Prosecutors have said Mack covered her mother’s mouth with her hand during the killing.
The Hall of Fame tight end reached a buyout with Fox Sports to leave the morning show he’s hosted alongside Bayless since September 2016, according to the New York Post.
In a 2019 Mail Online interview, she vowed to “never” appear in another “SATC” movie, squashing any hopes of her return to the franchise.
The boy was shot in a home in the 4200 block of West Walton Street, police said.
Officers found the child inside the home in the 2400 block of West Street around 10 a.m. Wednesday after the father called 911, police said.
Off-duty Chicago police officer shot in the arm on Near West Side. ‘It could have been very, very much worse,’ top cop says
The officer was coming home from dinner when several people blocked his SUV in an alley and opened fire, authorities said.
Petite person fears being injured by the pets and needs the right words to use to confront their owners.
Peoples Gas maintains that most customers’ bills would remain “largely flat” despite the $402 million rate increase they’re asking the Illinois Commerce Commission to approve.
A Chicago Sun-Times and WBEZ investigation found school officials failed to protect these welcoming schools and the $155 million invested in them.
Employees of the online retailer walked out to protest a policy requiring corporate employees to return to the office three days a week and want its carbon footprint reduced.
The deal passed by a bipartisan coalition, despite pushback from conservatives and progressives, restricts spending for two years, suspends the debt ceiling until 2025 and imposes work rules for older people receiving food aid.
Mrs. Palmer was an activist who organized Chicago’s anti-apartheid movement and held the first fundraiser for Harold Washington’s first campaign for mayor.