THE WATCHDOGS: Feds told Cinespace chief he could go to prison for as long as five years — or cooperate in undercover probe of Teamsters boss.
THE WATCHDOGS: Man’s assault conviction for shooting his girlfriend didn’t affect his new job with the Cook County medical examiner — or promotion.
THE WATCHDOGS: Powerful Ald. Edward M. Burke’s law firm had worked for Trump for 12 years, winning property tax cuts totaling more than $14 million.
A Chicago firefighter under investigation over role in racially charged melee that led to fatal shooting of a black man by police has killed himself.
THE WATCHDOGS: In the first four months of new get-tough gun law, no one got harsher sentences in Cook County, a Chicago Sun-Times examiner finds.
THE WATCHDOGS: Cop under investigation after girlfriend shoots herself with his gun after he allegedly says, “You should go use that one on yourself.”
THE WATCHDOGS: Here’s another case of Mayor Rahm Emanuel letting businesses keep city work past contract length, at times with no-bid extensions.
Leslie Fowler, the Chicago Public Schools’ facilities chief, is out in the wake of a scandal over filthy schools.
THE WATCHDOGS: Firm linked to then-Chicago Board of Ed member Deborah Quazzo got $6M CPS contract after wining, dining then-CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett.
THE WATCHDOGS: The medical examiner’s office is reviewing each of the 218 cases that fired pathologist Dr. John E. Cavanaugh handled.
THE WATCHDOGS: Weeks after a report he took campaign cash from landlord of “troubled” Humboldt Park store, Ald. Roberto Maldonado got another $1,000.
Police Supt. Eddie Johnson says he’s still working toward a police department that roughly mirrors the city’s racial demographics.
THE WATCHDOGS: Longtime Chicago Teamsters boss John T. Coli Sr.’s brief tenure as head of a Mokena local Mokena proved lucrative for his son’s firm.