Once considered a victim in a racist attack in Streeterville, the "Empire" star is now facing a felony charge.
The Real ‘Green Book’ In Chicago: Vacant Lots Replace Black-Owned Businesses That Once Thrived In Bronzeville And BeyondBy Patty Wetli Bronzeville, Near South Side Primary category in which blog post is published
March 1 marks the beginning of spring, which means it's time for everyone in Chicago to get their hopes up for an end to snow.
Housing, Environment And Crime On Their Minds: 4 Candidates Aim To Replace Pat O’Connor In 40th Ward
Ald. Pat O’Connor has been the 40th Ward’s alderman since 1983, when he was first elected at the age of 28.
New Shop & Save Grocery Store Coming To South Shore’s Vacant Dominick’s By Fall, Hairston Says — But Her Opponent Is Not Impressed
"It should've never taken this long to get a replacement grocer," said Ald. Leslie Hairston, who pushed to bring Shop & Save To South Shore.
The Future Of Lincoln Square Should Include Brick Buildings That Fit In, Not Strip Malls, Neighbors Say In Poll
While developers aren’t required to follow these guidelines, leaders say it's important to let them know what neighbors want.
Lincoln Yards will do nothing to reduce economic or racial segregation in Chicago, Ald. Scott Waguespack said. “This will exacerbate the tale of two cities we are faced with."
Austin Baidas and Elizabeth Shydlowski are challenging Tom Tunney in the Lakeview ward.
Realtor Challenging Burnett Slams Him For Voting With Rahm 100 Percent Of The Time, But Alderman Defends Record
"People didn’t elect me to protest. ...They elected me to get resources for my ward," said Walter Burnett, longtime leader of the 27th Ward.
State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Recuses Herself From Jussie Smollett Case, Citing ‘Familiarity With Potential Witnesses’
It's the latest twist in the evolving story of Jussie Smollett, a star of "Empire."
Belmont Cragin Residents Ask Candidates How They Plan To Revitalize Neighborhood’s Business Corridors
The 29th, 30th and 31st wards all include parts of Belmont Cragin within their boundaries.