Head Of TSA Security Operations Removed From Position A House committee said Monday that the head of security operations at the Transportation Security Administration has been replaced. With Rahm Weakened, Aldermen Showing More Dissent Chicago aldermen might not have completely shed their label as a rubber stamp, but with Mayor Rahm Emanuel significantly weakened in his second term, the City Council has grown more independent.
Supreme Court Rejects Blagojevich Appeal Again Donald Trump Downplayed In Peoria, At State Republican Convention TSA Boss: Airport Lines Will ‘Continue To Be A Challenge’ This Summer TSA Boss In Chicago To Meet With Local Leaders About Airport Delays Hillary Clinton Raises Campaign Money In Her Hometown, Where Protesters Gather Feds Looking Into Campaign Spending Of Illinois Auditor General Judge Orders Dennis Hastert To Report To Prison By June 22 Investigative Firm Discounts Rutherford Harassment Claim
Midway Airport Gets TSA PreCheck Enrollment Center A PreCheck enrollment center opened Monday in the baggage claim area of the airport near lower level door one, according to a release from the Chicago Department of Aviation. Woman Cut By Broken Glass After Shots Fired In East Garfield Park The 25-year-old was sitting in a vehicle in the 500 block of North Kedzie at 1:53 a.m. when shots rang out, according to Chicago Police.
Generation Heroin: “One Bag Unleashed A Monster” Amid Tragic Loss, A Family Fights For Cure For Rare Disease Man Killed In ATV Crash On Southwest Side Man Critically Injured After Driving Into Calumet River Man On Bike Shoots At Police In West Ridge 1 Dead, 8 Wounded In Shootings Tuesday Across Chicago Kids To Ride Free On Metra This Summer Elderly Man Missing From Back Of The Yards