Some Not Pleased As Access Is Cut Off Near Montrose Beach After Mayor Lightfoot Took To Twitter To Scold Group That Gathered On LawnMayor Lori Lightfoot this weekend saw sun lovers violating COVID-19 safety rules – and she has since taken action and has also said more restrictions could follow.
Ald. Raymond Lopez Reports Third Attack In Month; Brick Thrown Through Office WindowIn the past month, his office and home have been attacked, and he claims gangs are trying to intimidate him.
With Wisconsin Set To Be Added To Chicago Quarantine List, It Turns Out No One Has Been Fined For Disobeying OrderWisconsin has been a popular getaway for people from Chicago during the coronavirus pandemic, but by Tuesday, anyone who visits will have to quarantine when they get home.
Mayor Lightfoot Says She Has Drawn A 'Very Tight Line' When It Comes To Federal Agents In ChicagoMayor Lori Lightfoot on Sunday once again responded to President Donald Trump sending federal agents to Chicago.
Wrigleyville's Guthrie's Tavern Announces It Is Going Out Of Business Amid Reimposed Restrictions On BarsGuthrie’s Tavern in Wrigleyville announced Monday that it is going out of business.
Ald. Raymond Lopez Reports Second Incident Of Vandalism In Two Weeks; Mayor Lori Lightfoot Says 'We’re Not Going To Tolerate Anyone Attacking Elected Officials'Chicago Alderman Raymond Lopez reported a second incident of vandalism in two weeks.
Police Announce Plans For Citywide Unit To Deploy To High-Crime Areas, Prevent Violence: Has It Worked In The Past?More resources to fight violent crime – Chicago Police say that is the goal of their latest initiative.
City Of Chicago Offers Cooling Resources Amid Week Of Sweltering Heat With temperatures in the sweltering range in Chicago this week, Mayor Lori Lightfoot and other officials on Tuesday announced the availability of resources for those in search of relief.
Police Supt. David Brown After Another Violent Weekend: 'We Cannot Allow This To Be Normalized In This City'It’s the Monday story everyone fears will become a reality, and sadly, yet again, we are forced to tell you about an incredibly violent weekend in Chicago.
Chicago Quarantine Order In Effect At 12:01 a.m. Monday For Those Coming From States With COVID-19 SurgesEffective at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Chicago’s travel quarantine order was set to begin for those coming from states with coronavirus surges.
Joan Small, Chicago Arts Leader And Former First Deputy Commissioner For Cultural Affairs Department, Dies At 78Joan Small, a former deputy commissioner of the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs and a renowned champion for the arts in Chicago, has died.
Body Camera Video Shows Former Police Supt. Eddie Johnson Slumped Over Steering Wheel In OctoberBody camera video was released Monday showing former Chicago Police Supt. Eddie Johnson the night he was found slumped over his steering wheel back in October.
Trump, Pritzker, Lightfoot Spar On Twitter When President Criticizes 'Lack Of Leadership'President Donald Trump picked a fight over violence in Chicago with Gov. JB Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Friday night.
Chicago Teachers Union Demands More COVID-19 Protections From CityThe Chicago Teachers Union doubled up on its demands Wednesday, calling for police out of the schools but also for more protective measures against coronavirus.
Text Message Urges Chicago Police Officers To Call In Sick, Limit Arrests In A 'Blue Flu'Along with a spike in violence in Chicago this past weekend comes with a new push by members of the police union to get officers on the street to stand down – and even stay home.