Annette Nance-Holt Confirmed As Chicago's First Black Female Fire CommissionerAnnette Nance-Holt was confirmed as the Chicago Fire Commissioner on Wednesday.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Nominates Annette Nance-Holt As First Black Woman To Serve As City's Fire Commissioner“Commissioner Nance’s impressive career has brought meaningful change not only to our Fire Department, but to our city as a whole," Lightfoot said.
Firefighter Annette Nance-Holt Named Department's First Female 1st Deputy CommissionerA Chicago firefighter, whose son was killed in one of the most infamous shootings in Chicago history, has become the first woman ever to serve in the department’s second in command.
Blair Holt's Killer Gets 75 Years At Resentencing Hearing"The defendant's actions were evil, they were cold, they were calculated, they were premeditated; with the specific intent to kill," Judge Matthew Coghlan said in court.
Blair Holt's Killer To Learn New Sentence For 2007 MurderThe man who admitted to killing a Julian High School honor student on a crowded CTA bus in 2007 will receive a new sentence on Tuesday, after his original prison term was overturned when a court deemed the judge’s comments inappropriate.
Killer To Be Sentenced Again For 2007 Murder Of Blair HoltAfter an appeals court threw out his original 100-year prison term, the man who admitted to killing a Julian High School honor student on a CTA bus in 2007 was set to make his case for a more lenient sentence on Wednesday.
Blair Holt's Killer May Get New SentenceMichael Pace walked onto a CTA bus in 2007 and started shooting, injuring four and killing Holt, who dove to shield a friend.
Street Named For Blair Holt, Teen Slain Shielding Friend From GunfireBlair Holt, 16, was killed 10 years ago Wednesday when he protected a friend as a gunman opened fire on a crowded CTA bus.
Statue Display Honors Youth Felled By Gun ViolenceA haunting tribute to young lives lost to gun violence was on display on the Gold Coast.