Former Cook County Board President Todd Stroger To Run Again In 2018“We’re not looking at the same race that was happening in 2010,” Stroger said. “This isn’t 2010. This is 2017. So this is a different age.”
Vote Delayed On Former Deputy Mayor's Appointment To Chicago Police BoardMayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointment former Deputy Mayor Andrea Zopp to the Chicago Police Board hit a slight speed bump on Friday.
LA Radio Anchor Accuses Sen. Franken Groped, Kissed Her Without ConsentA Los Angeles radio news anchor is accusing Minnesota Sen. Al Franken of kissing her without consent and touching her breasts while she was asleep.
IDOT, ISP Prepare For Winter Driving ConditionsThe Illinois Tollway System has increased its plow and salt spreader fleet to 196 trucks, which will cover 294 lane miles this winter.
11 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across ChicagoThe most recent attack happened early Monday when two men were wounded inside of an Austin neighborhood home on the West Side.
Budget Cuts Expected For Cook County Public Guardian's OfficeBefore Cook County officials vote on a 2018 budget on Tuesday, a group of attorneys and social workers voiced their displeasure with projected cuts to the County Public Guardian's office.