Long Line Of Voters Gathers At Loop Super Site As Early Voting Begins In Chicago; 'We All Have To Do Our Part'Many voters lined up as early as 6 a.m., more than two hours before the Loop Super Site opened at 8:30 a.m. It wasn’t long before the line to vote stretched for blocks.
What You Need To Know: Early Voting In ChicagoPeople who choose to vote early in Chicago can use any early voting site in the city. Voters using mail-in ballots can deliver them to drop boxes at all early voting sites.
High School Students, Parents Plan Lawsuit Against IHSA To Force Return To Fall SportsStudent athlete advocates say Illinois Is only one of a handful of states not allowing the full range of fall sports.
Kyle Rittenhouse, Charged With Killing Two In Kenosha, Will Fight Extradition To WisconsinRittenhouse is charged with shooting three people with an AR-15 rifle on Aug. 25, during a night of widespread civil unrest in Kenosha days after white Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey shot 29-year-old Black man Jacob Blake in the back.
Kenosha Shooting: 17-Year-Old Kyle Rittenhouse Arrested In Connection With Shooting That Left 2 Dead, 1 WoundedIn one video on social media, a young man with the rifle can be hard saying “I just killed somebody” as he runs away from the scene after several shots rang out at a car dealership in Kenosha.
JoAnn Cunningham To Learn Sentence Today In Murder Of Her Son, A.J. FreundDuring her sentencing hearing on Thursday, JoAnn Cunningham asked the judge for forgiveness, saying she loved A.J., the 5-year-old son she admitted killing.
CPD Engages In Neighborhoods Community Policing Efforts"If it's just police, it won't work to suppress violence."
Wisconsin Bars Packed After State's Supreme Court Tosses Gov. Tony Evers Stay-At-Home OrderBusinesses that do open are being encouraged to use social distancing and have employees wear face masks. However, many who showed up to bars Wednesday night were not wearing any.
White Sox Host Blood Drive At Guaranteed Rate FieldIt’s part of an effort between Anheuser-Busch and the Red Cross to use stadiums and arenas across the U.S. as temporary blood drive centers.
Landlords And Tenants Seek Relief From Congress In Next COVID-19 Aid PackageRent and mortgage relief; that's what brought landlords and tenants together for a virtual town hall meeting Monday morning as families in Illinois get ready for another month without enough income to pay bills.
'We're Dying On The Streets': Advocates Demand City Provide CHA Housing To Homeless During COVID-19 CrisisMore than 50 cars drove around City Hall as advocates demanded the city help flatten the COVID-19 curve by providing permanent housing for people experiencing homelessness.
Coronavirus In Illinois: Second Shipment Of PPE From China Arriving At O'Hare Airport TodayGov. JB Pritzker has said Illinois is competing with other states, the federal government, and even foreign countries for PPE in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic; while also trying to avoid being scammed by those selling bogus supplies.
Activists Want Mayor Lori Lightfoot To Force Developer Out Of Little Village After Smokestack Demolition Blankets Neighborhood In DustCommunity activists and elected officials in Little Village and North Lawndale are demanding Mayor Lori Lightfoot be held accountable for the demolition gone wrong.
Westlake Hospital In Melrose Park To Reopen For COVID-19 PatientsWestlake Hospital is now being prepped to become an alternate treatment site for COVID-19 patients. It will be equipped with 230 beds.
Lawsuit Asking For Release Of Prisoners At Risk For COVID-19The cases up for consideration range from low level felonies to violent habitual offenders. At last check, a total of 167 detainees have tested positive for COVID-19.