Having spent five decades as a Chicago journalist, I gave the old sexual-harassment memory a jog.
Top cop Eddie Johnson is enjoying himself and back to eating what he likes now that he has had his successful kidney transplant.
Sneed is told former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger is planning to run for commissioner of the Water Reclamation District.
Cardinal Blase Cupich is being mentioned among Jesuit circles as a possible replacement for disgraced Cardinal George Pell.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner lived live on his own terms.
A former Northwestern professor accused in a grisly murder has started teaching on an informal basis in jail.
A major move is afoot to amend the city’s municipal code to require installation of more protective netting at the Cubs and White Sox ballparks.
Lisa Madigan’s decision not to run again may have had a lot to do with her father, the speaker of the House.
The “hand of God” helped solve the Drew Peterson case, according to the pastor who says Peterson’s fourth wife believed he killed his third wife.
Both suspects in the July 27 grisly high-rise murder in River North are expected to be formally indicted for murder Friday or early next week.
Sneed was an eyewitness to history after Princess Diana died tragically on Aug. 31, 1997.
A Sneed source says Diana Rauner and Shirley Madigan have genuine mutual affection.
When Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson goes into surgery at the end of the month, he’ll return to work weeks later with a new kidney and a new bride.
Wyndham Lathem, who worked as a microbiologist at Northwestern University, “would like to be involved in the jail’s educational programs,” his lawyer
The subject of numerous TV specials airing this year, Drew Peterson, the once-affable former cop, is now back on the celeb crime radar big time.