Rogers Park

They were in a parking lot in the 7100 block of North Clark Street when they were attacked, police said.
Police suspect Devin’s father was the intended target. Investigators questioned a person of interest this week but released him, according to police Supt. David Brown.
Vincente Antunez was found dead at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 7300 block of North Rogers Avenue, according to Chicago police.
“You don’t need the ordinance, you need common sense,” Dr. Demetra Soter said. “This management company knew what to do and didn’t do it.”
The ordinance, backed by Ald. Maria Hadden, is aimed at preventing a repeat of the tragedy at James Sneider Apartments, where three residents died in mid-May.
The women were left vulnerable inside a building that was like a “brick oven,” an attorney representing the family of one of the women said Tuesday.
A manager of the building where three women died during a stretch of warm temperatures said city rules required them to provide heat through June 1. “Nobody is going to freeze to death in Chicago in May,” said Ald. Brian Hopkins, who introduced an ordinance to ease that requirement.
“The traditional methods haven’t worked in this case,” state Rep. Kelly Cassidy said of the disappearance of Sheena Gibbs.
Ms. Osborne earned her bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and a master’s degree from Northwestern University. She was a founding member of the Chicago chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Employees for the Hispanic Housing Development Corporation cited the ordinance in explaining to the local alderperson why they kept the heat on at the James Sneider Apartments in Rogers Park despite stifling temperatures.
Janice Reed, 68, was among three women found unresponsive Saturday at the James Sneider Apartments, 7450 N. Rogers Ave. Gwendolyn Osborne, 72, and Delores McNeely, 76, also died.
Ald. Maria Hadden (49th) told the Chicago Sun-Times that she thinks a lack of air conditioning in the building likely caused the deaths.
Residents from Northpoint Apartments on the city’s Far North Side went public Tuesday after months of trying to get repairs done to solve bug infestations, issues with their appliances and proper heat in their homes. Related Midwest said it’s invested $21 million in repairs at the federally subsidized housing complex.
‘It feels like it hasn’t stopped, like it’s just been one long day — I mean we still haven’t really slept,’ Olga Tsoi of Rogers Park told the Chicago Sun-Times Monday.
‘He never wanted it to be a sports bar, people yelling at the television,’ his wife said of the Devon Avenue bar. ‘He just wanted a place people could talk.’
Jordan Shipp, 30, is accused of stabbing the dog to death and wounding the women, ages 60 and 82.
Once a counterculture staple, it’s closing Jan. 31 after 52 years selling ‘smoking accessories.’ Owner Shelly Miller hoped legal weed might save the business. It didn’t.
Volunteers with the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors captured a Sandhill Crane in Evanston, helping it remove the plastic on its beak that had been preventing it from eating.
About 2:30 p.m., he was on the sidewalk in the 1700 block of West Morse Avenue, when a light-colored vehicle pulled up to him and someone inside fired shots.
Timothy Thomas, 31, was arrested Tuesday night, shortly after firing shots at Chicago police officers who were conducting a traffic stop in the 1500 block of W. Jonquil Terrace, police said.
DJ Jonathon Brandmeier, who thought he could beat him at pushups, calls him ‘the most kind, most energetic man ... And, yeah, OK, he beat me in a pushup contest at 96 years old.’