While Katherine Jackson, her children and grandkids are putting on stoic public faces — after losing their big case against AEG Live — their attorneys are the ones on the outs. They had taken on the case through a contingency agreement — foregoing any upfront fees in return for a guarantee of a third of whatever the Jacksons were awarded. Of course, as we well know: One-third of nothing is, well, you know…
†Besides all that, there’s word the angry AEG folks are now going to sue Katherine Jackson & Co. to reimburse them for their own legal fees — which run into the millions.
Championship teams need a quarterback. and Incoming president/CEO Kevin Warren believes the Bears have theirs.
Officers were responding to a ShotSpotter call when they found the woman unresponsive in an alley in the 7900 block of South Vincennes Avenue.
Paul Vallas and Brandon Johnson have strong ties to public education — and very different plans for Chicago Public Schools.
Five 7-Eleven stores robbed on Near West and North sides, a day after four other 7-Eleven stores were hit by gunmen
In one of the robberies Wednesday, a customer’s Jeep was carjacked. Police have not said if the robberies are linked. No injuries have been reported.
Saturday will be the irregular convergence of three opening days in fishing: the start of Illinois’ spring inland trout season, the reopening of fishing at Heidecke Lake (good prospects) and the start of that Chicago tradion, smelt netting (not much hope).