Emanuel Blasts Gov. Rauner For Vetoing City Pension-Relief Measure The governor says a bill to reduce some of Chicago's obligations for the next five years would harm taxpayers in the long run. Alderman: City Needs To Crack Down On Illegal Tire Dumping Fifteenth Ward Ald. Raymond Lopez says some tire shops have been dumping old, used tires in the Brighton Park and Back of the Yards neighborhoods.
Mel Reynolds Asks Judge To Push Back Tax Evasion Trial Alderman Acknowledges Federal Probe, Claims He Is Cooperating CPS Leadership, Parents, Students To Rally For More Funding In Springfield Republicans Howl As Dem Lawmakers Stop Debate, Pass State Budget House Democrats Defy Governor Rauner, Push Own Budget CPS Parents Protest Possible Cuts, Call For More State Funding Uber, Lyft Face Aldermen As Committee Considers Tougher Rules Head Of TSA Security Operations Removed From Position
South Suburban Mom Held On $1 Million Bond After Infant Daughter Dies Chequita Bell, 23, was charged with one felony count of child endangerment, Harvey police announced Friday. Three Killed, Several Wounded In Memorial Day Weekend Violence So Far In one fatal shooting, 25-year-old Mark Lindsey was sitting in a vehicle parked in the 3700 block of West 75th Place when a gunman walked up and opened fire, police say.
Child, 5, Falls From Sixth-Floor Window In Des Plaines Parolee Charged In Wrigleyville Business Burglaries Boy, 8, Critically Injured After Being Hit By Purple Line Train In Evanston Thousands Line State Street For Memorial Day Parade Man Wounded In Roadway Shooting In Kane County Medical Marijuana Advocates Cheer Gov. Rauner’s About-Face On Program Expansion Navy Pier’s New Ferris Wheel Back In Business After Shutdown Author J.K. Rowling Defends Teen Poet Who Used Racial Slur