The killer in Comerio was the rain, some 40 inches in all. It pelted the mountainsides, collected in smaller streams and fueled mudslides.
Tamika Mallory took to Facebook Live last Sunday, tearfully recounting how the pilot scolded her after she had a disagreement with a gate agent.
In a city racked by gang violence, Wahlberg said his challenging upbringing could help him relate to Chicago youth.
As patrons poured in, most of the store’s 250 employees lined the marble staircase inside, cheering and clapping.
Having spent five decades as a Chicago journalist, I gave the old sexual-harassment memory a jog.
About two months before Amazon announced plans to build a second North American headquarters, the mayor sent a note to Jeff Bezos.
The governor’s office earlier said the proposed research center was “referenced” in the Amazon bid, but did not specify it was a possible site.
It’s how the laws are written, and trafficking is hard to prove. A follow-up report to “How Chicago gets its guns.”
“With this accomplishment of being rated as a level 1+ school… we’re a diamond,” said Demetrio Javier, a Amundsen HS dean and athletic director.
THE WATCHDOGS: As legislators who also were Chicago cops, Edward Acevedo and Antonio Munoz helped change state law to give themselves police pensions.
An attorney said police showed a few select photos to the family that were “of a personal, private and indecent nature.”
Top cop Eddie Johnson is enjoying himself and back to eating what he likes now that he has had his successful kidney transplant.
A day after Emanuel delivered a budget address that proclaimed city finances “back on track,” Standard & Poor’s claimed otherwise.
“Our concern is preserving the Midway as park land and ensuring it remains free for all,” Midway Plaisance president Bronwyn Nichols said.