Articles By Alex V. Hernandez
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she's "very concerned" about police chases and the city is reviewing its policy on them.
The owner of Spyners Pub said Black Lives Matter protesters “should only be allowed in zoos because they act like animals.” She's since apologized.
Local businesses are emerging from the ban on in-person dining implemented to slow the spread of coronavirus.
“It’s important to use this as an opportunity to discuss policing issues so in the coming weeks we can address concerns really aggressively in City Council,” Martin said.
North Side aldermen said there were more reports of property damage than throughout the weekend from "career criminals taking advantage of an already tense situation."
Albany Park Jeweler Loses $50,000 In Goods As Community Surveys Damage: ‘He Worked Really Hard For This’
Bernard Jewelers is a family-owned business that's been in the neighborhood since 1994. The owner said his store wasn't insured. “It just sad to see this,” his daughter said.
Protesters Are Not Looters, Kim Foxx Says: Fringe Element Trying to ‘Hijack’ Black Lives Matter Movement
"If we continue to talk about that fringe element who's tried to hijack this and not about the men and women who died in the systems that have allowed their deaths to go unpunished, we will have learned nothing from this," Foxx said.
Chicagoans To Honk Horns, Make Noise Saturday At 7 P.M. Cacerolazo To Protest Police Killing Of George Floyd
"Together we'll mark the seven minutes George Floyd fought for his life and make clear that we will not remain silent in the face of anti-Black violence," said the Facebook event's description.
Artist Behind ‘Tiny Guide’ Donating More Than $10,000 In Sales To City’s Indie Record Stores And Venues
Maura Walsh is donating proceeds from her popular hand-drawn guide as well as from larger prints.