Marcus Norwood had been fired weeks earlier for fighting with a co-worker at Lawry’s Prime Rib, prosecutors said.
As patrons poured in, most of the store’s 250 employees lined the marble staircase inside, cheering and clapping.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is counting on raising $10.8 million in 2018 through “data-driven enforcement and improved debt collection.”
The riverwalk was designed to withstand flooding and “performed as it was intended,” a city official said.
Hotels would be required to provide employees working alone with portable panic buttons to allow them to alert hotel security.
Edward Hensley’s hip “snapped in half” near 30th and Michigan. “The pain was so excruciating,” he said. He sat down, and couldn’t get up.
Though the size of the project and must-haves in Amazon’s RFP limit choices to a handful of Chicago sites, Emanuel wouldn’t discuss specifics.
Pitting homeowners and businesses against each other won’t solve the problem.
Want to get autographs from Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant? Well, it’s going to cost you.
“Unifest on the River: One Globe, Many Cultures” kicks off across the river from the Merchandise Mart from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
A 24-year-old man died early Saturday after he jumped into the Chicago River downtown in front of Trump Tower.
THE WATCHDOGS: For years, women have put on strip shows atop a downtown parking garage for inmates at the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center.
Facing almost certain City Council defeat, downtown Ald. Brendan Reilly (42nd) on Wednesday watered down his plan to silence street musicians.
Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant sent baseballs sailing into the Chicago River on Tuesday afternoon as part of a stunt orchestrated by Red Bull.
We should not be dyeing rivers, whether we have the ability to do it or not