Saturday, October 16, 2021
By Hannah Leone Chicago Tribune The Chicago Teachers Union is asking Chicago Public Schools to delay reopening high schools and provide vaccines to eligible students and families, even as the two sides attempt to negotiate an agreement to bring high...
By The Editorial Board Chicago Tribune Get ready, Chicago homeowners, businesses and apartment dwellers. You’re next in Cook County’s property reassessment process — a property valuation system that the new Cook County assessor, Fritz Kaegi, is trying to balance out....
South Side Weekly Posted Wed, Jan 13 By Nikki Roberts, Last month, state Senator Robert Peters and Representative Justin Slaughter announced a bill known as the Pretrial Fairness Act that, if passed, would make Illinois the second state to end the use...
By Brad Edwards and Paige Tortorelli Getting Hosed was going to be a single story about a couple billed $58,000 for water they didn’t use. Now, it’s more than two years of chronicling unfair and potentially unlawful water billing practices...
Ald. Carrie Austin (34th) and her chief of staff, Chester Wilson Jr., pleaded not guilty on Thursday to federal charges accusing them of taking bribes from a construction company seeking Austin’s support for a development in her ward. One week...
Chicago’s speed cameras churned out hundreds of thousands of violations in the month after the city dropped the threshold for automated ticketing from 10 miles per hour over the speed limit to just six, data show. On March 1, 2021,...
By John Keilman Chicago Tribune Two suburban mayors entangled in law enforcement investigations seemed to be headed to victory in Tuesday’s municipal elections, early returns showed. In south suburban Crestwood, voters appeared to be backing Mayor Lou Presta’s attempt to win...
The former speaker just got his first check amid an ongoing investigation. The ex-alderman has gotten nearly $170K since resigning. Pensions of other pols facing probes are uncertain. By Tim Novak Former Illinois House Speaker Michael J. Madigan, who resigned...
The grant money comes as shootings on Cook County expressways more than doubled over the last year. By David Struett Illinois State Police will get $12.5 million to install high-definition surveillance cameras to address an increase in expressway shootings. The grant...
By Dan Petrella Chicago Tribune Illinois is set to become the first state to abolish cash bail under a sweeping criminal justice overhaul Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law Monday. The massive bill, praised by reform advocates and panned by many...
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