Chicago Sun-Times City Hall reporter Fran Spielman reports on a letter mayoral hopeful Rahm Emanuel sent to city workers–about his views on possibly cutting their pensions–a position not welcomed by the unions and city employees. Just how did Emanuel get those addresses? Read Spielman’s report here. The election is Tuesday.
Did Emanuel tactic backfire: Questions raised over how he got city workers addresses
Kierra Moore had big hopes for her high school basketball team this year. A shooting ended those dreams.
Moore was with a group of people in the 3100 block of West Polk Street when someone in a black sedan opened fire, killing her, police say.
"It means the world to me for little brown kids everywhere to get to see themselves and to see themselves represented in a positive way and feel seen," the director says.
Chicago outdoors: Backyard coyote giving hell to raccoon, red/gray fox question, trout, William Faulkner
A backyard trail cam catching a coyote giving a raccoon hell, a question about red and gray foxes, the number of trout stocked seasonally inland in Illinois and William Faulkner from his great novella, "The Bear," are among the notes from around Chicago outdoors and beyond.
The Fire have decided to get the young Slonina playing time as the season ends, relegating Shuttleworth to the bench.
The Wolves last played in Rosemont on March 8, 2020, and much has happened to the franchise since.