On Tuesday morning, Blagojevich got the news he's been waiting on for years. Later that night, he landed at O'Hare, headed for home.
Park District Shuts Down Humboldt Park Advisory Council After Fights, Threats And Chaotic Election: ‘This Is Not Okay’
The group is supposed to organize Easter egg hunts and park activities. Instead, they've been sparring about gentrification.
How Can We Improve Food Access In Chicago And Beyond? Food Policy Summit Brings Experts Together In South Shore
Activists Malik Yakini of Detroit and Navina Khanna of Oakland headline the 15th-annual summit, to be held all day Friday at the South Shore Cultural Center.
The Humboldt Park diner, known for its decadent sandwiches, has expanded to Uptown.
The forum is set for 6-8 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Humboldt Park Field House, 1440 N. Humboldt Drive.
Trump Crackdown On Sanctuary Cities A ‘Crass,’ ‘Xenophobic’ Effort To Scare Immigrants Away From The Census, Officials Say
“The timing is no accident,” U.S. Rep. Jesus "Chuy" Garcia said. “The attempt at intimidation has a clear purpose. It is to intimidate our neighbors who are Latinos, African Americans, Asian American communities, in particular, not to open their doors.”
On Tuesday, Rod Blagojevich was released from federal prison. He was interviewed by WGN in Denver's airport and flew back to Chicago with ABC Chicago's Chuck Goudie.
“Blagojevich is a real touchstone for a lot of people of what is wrong in Illinois politics,” Mayor Lori Lightfoot said.
Two women were in the car traveling north when the vehicle began to smoke, police said. Neither woman was injured.
The city is using a new technology to reline a sewer on Leavitt Street on Tuesday.