Duckworth Settles Retaliation Lawsuit; Agreement That No Law Violated A settlement in the workplace retaliation lawsuit against U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth concluded Friday with an agreement that no law was violated, removing an obstacle in bid to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk in one of November's most... Home Care Workers Boo Rauner Over Proposed Cuts Unionized home care workers tried to confront Gov. Bruce Rauner on Thursday, outside a state agency they claim he is hurting.
Mel Reynolds Gets Out Of Jail, But Trial Still Awaits Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert Reports To Federal Prison Hastert’s Fall From Power: He Reports To Prison Wednesday County Hospital Boss Says Gun Violence A ‘Major Public Health Disaster’ Crossing Guards Ask To Stay Under Control Of Police Department Chicago Cops Have Seized A Gun Per Hour This Year Chicago Teachers Union Boots Chess Coach For Not Joining One-Day Strike Parents Give Governor, Lawmakers An F For Budget Impasse
Suspect Charged In Woman’s Stabbing Death On Red Line Train Arthur S. Jones, 29, has been charged with first-degree murder for the stabbing death of 25-year-old Jessica Hampton. Man Burned When Robbers Set Fire To West Side Store The robbers poured out an accelerant and lit it on fire as they were leaving the store, police said.
Chicago Lakefront Trail Upgrades Being Phased In Four People, Including Pregnant Woman, Wounded In Morgan Park Shooting Man Dies After Falling Onto Blue Line Tracks In Chicago’s Loop Thousands Of Volunteers Fan Out Across The City For ‘Chicago Cares’ Event Mayor Emanuel On Lucas Museum: ‘It’s Over’ Three Dead, Several Wounded In Chicago Shootings So Far This Weekend How Did Woman Not Know She Was 7 Months Pregnant? Chicago Police, Boystown Businesses To Ramp Up Security For Pride Parade