Laquan McDonald’s family and activists hold a press conference on April 21, 2022 responding to U.S. Attorney John Lausch’s decision to not move forward with federal charges against Jason Van Dyke.
Person Of Interest Being Questioned In Lincoln Park Shooting, Robbery That Left 23-Year-Old Man On Life Support, Alderman Says
Dakotah Earley, a culinary arts student who worked at the Greater Chicago Food Depository, recently had surgery to have his jaw reconstructed after being shot in the head, Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) said.
After 3 Die At Rogers Park Senior Building That Didn’t Turn On Its Air Conditioning, Alderwoman Calls For Investigation
Ald. Maria Hadden said residents of the James Sneider Apartments complained of heat days before three women were found dead in the high-rise.
Alderpeople Fight For Public Restroom Pilot: ‘This Is Something That Benefits Everybody’
Last year, the Chicago Tribune found that fewer than 500 structures in the city “contain free public restrooms with few or no barriers to entry, such as security checkpoints or client-only access.”
Slain Teen Seandell Holliday Dreamed Of Opening A Music Studio — But Feared He Wouldn’t Live To 21
"He was a young man with dreams and aspirations and goals," one of Holliday's mentors said. "He was a soul who wanted to understand and know what his purpose was in life and see that fulfilled."