Mayor Lightfoot Wants To Know Who Gave 13-Year-Old Adam Toledo The Gun Police Say He Had, But Repercussions For Such Crimes Are RareKids don’t usually stumble into a gun - somebody puts it in their hands – and in the case of 13-year-old Adam Toledo, Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants to know who.
Snag In Negotiations: Chicago Teachers Union Wants To Push Back Return Of High School Students As COVID-19 Cases Rise, CPS Does NotA rapid rise in coronavirus cases in the Chicago area is a big concern for some Chicago teachers.
‘I Feel Like I’m Invisible:’ City Hasn’t Made an Offer In Botched Raid of Anjanette Young, Despite Months of Promises to Resolve ItDespite months of public promises to resolve the case of an innocent social worker who was wrongly raided by the Chicago Police, her attorney said the City has yet to make a settlement offer and is delaying what could bring some closure to the incident that sparked national outcry.
Activists Demand Systemic Change In Protest Outside Motel Where Girl, 10, Was Sexually Assaulted: 'This Was A Mausoleum Of Horror!'Activists turned out Wednesday in front of the Grand Motel in the South Side’s Washington Heights neighborhood, in support of a little girl who was sexually assaulted there last October.
Chicago Fire FC To Welcome Fans To Soldier Field On Limited Basis When Season Begins April 17Chicago Fire FC and Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Wednesday announced a plan to return soccer fans to Soldier Field when the team’s season begins on Saturday, April 17.
'A Year Of Loss And Pain': Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Pays Tribute To 5,000 Chicagoans Who Died Of COVID-19 In State Of The City Address"A year of loss and pain" -- that's how Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot summed up life during the pandemic in her state of the city address Friday afternoon.
Who Can Get COVID Vaccine Under Phase 1C In Chicago, And What Will Getting An Appointment Look Like?Starting in two weeks, a whole new group of people will be eligible for the coronavirus vaccine in Chicago.
'Most Chicagoans Will Be Eligible To Get COVID Vaccine': Dr. Arwady Says City On Track To Move Into Phase 1C Starting March 29Chicago's vaccine rollout is moving on schedule, which will allow the city to start with Phase 1C in two weeks, but the fight for seniors to get the vaccine will get more crowded.
Many Taken By Surprise By Last-Minute Rule Change Restricting United Center COVID Vaccine Appointments To Chicago ResidentsA rule switcheroo thousands of people by surprise as they tried to sign up for COVID-19 vaccines at the United Center.
'We Were Concerned With What We Were Seeing': Mayor Lightfoot Defends Decision To Limit COVID Vaccine Distribution At United Center To City ResidentsLast week, it was announced that Cook County residents and state of Illinois residents could sign up to get their shot at the United Center.
Mayor Lightfoot Says Fewer Than 40% Of COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments For United Center Site Were Made By ChicagoansMayor Lori Lightfoot said on Twitter Sunday that more than 40,000 people over 65 have signed up for COVID-19 vaccines at the United Center, but fewer than 40 percent of the appointments were actually made by Chicago residents.
Anjanette Young's Attorney Says Mayor Lightfoot's Police Search Warrant Reform Proposal 'Falls Woefully Short'After Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced a change in search warrant policies for Chicago Police Wednesday morning, the attorney representing Anjanette Young said the plan does not go far enough.
As Bucktown's Remedy Bar Reopens After 5 Months, Call Mounts For Increase To 50% Capacity For Chicago Bars And RestaurantsChicago’s bars and restaurants want to be at 50 percent capacity by this Thursday – that is the message the restaurant coalition sent to Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Monday.
CPS Reopens Schools To Kindergarten Through 5th Graders, But Situation Is Far From NormalFor the first time in more than 300 days, thousands of kindergarten through fifth-grade Chicago Public Schools students spent the day back in the classroom Monday.
Anjanette Young Sues Chicago Police, City of Chicago in State Court For Botched Raid Where She Was Handcuffed NakedPolice Supt. David Brown agreed to some reforms as a result of an ongoing Inspector General investigation, prompted by CBS 2’s reporting.