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  • 2 dead, 18 wounded in Chicago shootings

    2 dead, 18 wounded in Chicago shootings

    Two men have been killed and at least 18 other people, including boys ages 12 and 15, have been wounded in shootings in Chicago since midmorning Wednesday, police said. In the latest fatal shooting, two people were shot on the 5800 block of West Augusta Boulevard in the Austin neighborhood, said...

  • 2 women hurt in South Chicago fire

    2 women hurt in South Chicago fire

    Two women were injured in a fire at a home in the South Chicago neighborhood Wednesday night, a Chicago Fire Department spokesman and a relative said. Fire crews were called to the home in the 7900 block of South Merrill Avenue at 8:30 p.m., and two women were taken to South Shore Hospital in fair-to-serious...

  • Kane Co. judge to rule if convicted murderer threatened probation officer

    Kane Co. judge to rule if convicted murderer threatened probation officer

    A convicted murderer from Oswego will learn Thursday whether his outburst to a probation officer in which he noted he had killed before will lead to a conviction on a charge of threatening a public official. A Kane County judge is scheduled to deliver her ruling in the felony case against Kurt...

  • 4 years in prison for suburban woman who killed disabled daughter

    4 years in prison for suburban woman who killed disabled daughter

    Bonnie Liltz stirred feelings of condemnation and sympathy, sometimes at the same time, when she killed her profoundly disabled adult daughter. But leading up to her sentencing Wednesday, the Schaumburg woman and her family had reason to hope that enough sympathy would prevail to keep her out of...

    • Thomas Glasgow speaks on behalf of Bonnie Liltz
  • THE BEAT — Dispatches from the street

    Livestreaming the scene of a fatal shooting: 'That's the whole body, right there' Livestreaming the scene of a fatal shooting: 'That's the whole body, right there' Read more
    2 shot outside Pilsen carry-out: 'Time to get bulletproof glass' 2 shot outside Pilsen carry-out: 'Time to get bulletproof glass' Read more
    Father calls out to dead son at hospital: 'Jason! Come out, man' Father calls out to dead son at hospital: 'Jason! Come out, man' Read more
    • Brawl erupts outside court after emotional hearing in girl's fatal stabbing

      Brawl erupts outside court after emotional hearing in girl's fatal stabbing

      De'Kayla Dansberry was walking to a South Side store with some friends on a cool Saturday evening when they got into an argument with another group of girls sitting out on a balcony, Cook County prosecutors said Wednesday. As De'Kayla was fighting another girl, a 13-year-old girl whose mother had...

    • Elgin mural's connection to lynching photo raises questions

      Elgin mural's connection to lynching photo raises questions

      Similarities between a downtown Elgin mural and a 1930 photo of a lynching of two black men are raising questions about the connection between the images and why the mural has remained in the city for more than a decade. In response, Elgin Mayor David Kaptain on Wednesday called for a meeting for...

    • Trump's financial report shows income from Chicago hotel-condo complex

      Trump's financial report shows income from Chicago hotel-condo complex

      Donald Trump's financial disclosure made public Wednesday shows Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago generated more than million in rent and 2,000 from condo sales since 2015. The report, required of presidential candidates, lists assets, income and liabilities for all of 2015 and part...

      • Trump says his business flourishing since presidential run
    • 2nd-largest shareholder urges Tribune to make a deal with Gannett

      2nd-largest shareholder urges Tribune to make a deal with Gannett

      Two days after Gannett upped its all-cash offer to acquire Tribune Publishing to 4 million, the Chicago-based newspaper company's second-largest shareholder has delivered an unequivocal message: Negotiate a transaction. Oaktree Capital Management, a Los Angeles-based investment firm that owns...

      • Gannett raises bid for Tribune Publishing
      • Chicago Archdiocese to offer paid family leave

        Chicago Archdiocese to offer paid family leave

        As the debate about paid parental leave in the U.S. gains steam, Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich is rolling out a new parental leave policy for church employees to better reflect Roman Catholic teachings about family values. Effective July 1, the nation's third-largest Catholic diocese will offer...

      • Man accused in Gary killing says victim had a gun

        Man accused in Gary killing says victim had a gun

        Lake Superior Court jurors heard a Gary man charged with murder detail the events leading up to a fatal encounter with his wife's ex-husband outside the couple's home. Gentry Jackson, 36, testified Wednesday that he saw Alec McCloud raise a gun as he sat in a car Aug. 3 parked across the street...

      • Rauner gets new marijuana decriminalization bill

        Rauner gets new marijuana decriminalization bill

        House lawmakers sent Gov. Bruce Rauner legislation on Wednesday to decriminalize marijuana across Illinois, meaning people caught with small amounts of marijuana would be fined instead of receiving jail time. The legislation incorporates changes the Republican governor suggested when he used his...

        • Rauner uses veto to call for changes to marijuana decriminalization bill
      • Chicago principals association election features rare controversy

        Chicago principals association election features rare controversy

        A presidential election featuring two controversial candidates has put a charge into a normally low-profile association representing Chicago school principals and administrators. One candidate is Troy LaRaviere, the outspoken elementary school principal who was abruptly removed from his post by...

        • Troy LaRaviere blasts CPS, details reasons he was ousted as Blaine principal
        • Double Door eviction trial begins

          Double Door eviction trial begins

          The nearly-seven-month legal battle between landlord Brian Strauss and iconic Wicker Park club Double Door will drag on into an eighth. The case went to trial Wednesday afternoon after an agreement between the parties failed to materialize. During his opening statement, William Dorsey, attorney...

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        • Lakeview extra-alarm fire caused by improperly discarded cigarette: Fire Department

          Lakeview extra-alarm fire caused by improperly discarded cigarette: Fire Department

          An extra-alarm fire that ripped through three Lakeview apartment buildings Monday evening was caused by someone improperly disposing of a cigarette, according to a Chicago Fire Department spokesman. The fire broke out just after 5 p.m. Monday in the 3300 block of North Marshfield Avenue, according...

        • Crews rescue person from subway tracks at State-Lake Red Line station

          Crews rescue person from subway tracks at State-Lake Red Line station

          Chicago Fire Department crews rescued a person on the State Street "L" tracks at the Lake Street station Wednesday evening, authorities said. A person was rescued after being down on the tracks, but preliminary information indicated the person did not come in contact with a train or the electrified...

        • Services set for victim in fatal crash that injured two former Chicago Bears

          Services set for victim in fatal crash that injured two former Chicago Bears

          Service arrangements have been set for the 35-year-old Barrington Hills resident who died in a single-vehicle crash Monday night, while at least one of the passengers — a former linebacker the Chicago Bears drafted in 2008 — has been released from a Barrington hospital. Salvatore DiMucci, of the...

          • Police: Former Bears player Caleb Hanie a passenger in fatal Barrington Hills crash
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          Slain 13-year-old remembered: 'He was my only friend' Slain 13-year-old remembered: 'He was my only...
          Boy, 16, shot by police, lived and died in one of city's toughest neighborhoods Boy, 16, shot by police, lived and died in one of...
          Vigil for slain mom Vigil for slain mom
          Mother mourns 16-year-old son fatally shot by Chicago police Mother mourns 16-year-old son fatally shot by Chicago police
          A violent January in Chicago: 45 murders and counting A violent January in Chicago: 45 murders and counting
          The family of Marques Gaines speaks about his death The family of Marques Gaines speaks about his death
          Amari Brown homicide Amari Brown homicide
          Photo gallery: A farewell to Tyshawn Photo gallery: A farewell to Tyshawn
          Tyshawn Lee is gently laid to rest Tyshawn Lee is gently laid to rest
          Tyshawn, age 9, fatally shot in Gresham Tyshawn, age 9, fatally shot in Gresham
          Gang stigma: 'Once you're in, you're in' Gang stigma: 'Once you're in, you're in'
          Seeing violence live is a reality for too many kids Seeing violence live is a reality for too many kids
          Scene of the Crime: Struggling with police and the death of another son October 25: Death of second son
          Grandmother: 'How could he let this kid come up and shoot him like that?' December 23: A short life and tragic death
          Brother's efforts fail to prevent gang-related death Brother's efforts fail to prevent gang-related death
          Hundreds mourn 7-year-old fatally shot during Fourth of July fireworks Hundreds mourn 7-year-old fatally shot during Fourth of July...
          Scene of the crime: Boy, 17, shot to death in Woodlawn July 9: Woodlawn teen killed
          Third homicide in Bridgeport in a month: 'They came by and lit up the street' June 10: Third Bridgeport homicide
          Scene of the crime: 1 dead, 1 hurt in Back of the Yards shooting June 14: Drive by in Back of the Yards
          Life on Little Village street where man was killed: Gunshots, fear and goldfish June 6: Little Village gunshots, fear and goldfish
          Another violent weekend in Chicago: 12 dead, 44 wounded May 25: Memorial Day death in Englewood
          1 dead, 2 hurt after four fire shots into party they were turned away from May 24: West Englewood party homicide
          • Activists: Metra Electric could end South Side, suburban 'transit desert'

            Activists: Metra Electric could end South Side, suburban 'transit desert'

            A coalition of South Side and south suburban groups wants Metra to look into the costs of turning the Metra Electric District Line into a rapid-transit line, with more frequent stops. The group, which includes the Active Transportation Alliance and the Matteson Business Association, made their...

          • South Holland shooting victim from Gary 'always had a smile on his face'

            South Holland shooting victim from Gary 'always had a smile on his face'

            A Gary man "who always had a smile on his face" and was known for his skills at bowling alleys and on softball diamonds in northwest Indiana was shot and killed in an armed robbery Tuesday afternoon at a cellphone store in South Holland. Christopher Allen Lloyd, 45, was pronounced dead at Ingalls...

          • Man dies 2 months after Back of the Yards shooting

            Man dies 2 months after Back of the Yards shooting

            A Back of the Yards man has died almost two months after he was shot early on a Sunday morning in March, less than a block from his home, authorities said Wednesday. Eric O’Reilly, 27, was pronounced dead at 5:05 p.m. Monday at Stroger Hospital after being shot March 20, officials said. O'Reilly,...

          • Wisconsin fraternity suspended over racist, bigoted slurs

            Wisconsin fraternity suspended over racist, bigoted slurs

            The University of Wisconsin has suspended the Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter at its flagship campus after finding that members of the fraternity repeatedly used racist and bigoted slurs and ostracized a black member who tried to stop it. The suspension handed down Tuesday by the school's Committee...

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            • Brother: Waukegan woman fatally shot in Chicago 'was just a beautiful person'

              Brother: Waukegan woman fatally shot in Chicago 'was just a beautiful person'

              Waukegan resident Camille Cooley regularly went to Chicago to visit family and friends, her brother said. She made the trip again last weekend to attend a friend's graduation party, but this time she didn't make it back home, her brother, Wyvell Cooley, said. Authorities claim Eric Taylor, 43,...

            • Ald. Tunney counters Cubs plaza liquor sale plan with stricter limits

              Ald. Tunney counters Cubs plaza liquor sale plan with stricter limits

              Wrigleyville Ald. Tom Tunney wants the Cubs' owners to be allowed to sell only beer and wine on the outdoor plaza they're building next to the ballpark while restricting sales to ticket holders on game and concert days, along with up to eight special events. The 44th Ward alderman's plan, introduced...

            • Buttoned-up Madigan pumps fist in air at anti-Rauner union rally

              Buttoned-up Madigan pumps fist in air at anti-Rauner union rally

              It's not often, if ever, that House Speaker Michael Madigan is seen pumping his fist in the air. But the usually reserved 74-year-old Democrat did just that Wednesday as thousands of state workers cheered while he fired up union troops gathered to protest against Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner. A...

            • Airbnb rentals spike on West Side, thanks in part to Riot Fest

              Airbnb rentals spike on West Side, thanks in part to Riot Fest

              The number of people renting Airbnb spots on Chicago's West Side doubled in 2015 thanks partly to Riot Fest, the three-day music festival that relocated last year to Douglas Park. Specifically in North Lawndale, which encompasses Douglas Park, bookings increased 828 percent, from 70 in 2014 to...

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              Video: Brawl outside court after hearing in girl's fatal stabbing Video: Brawl outside court after hearing in girl's...
              Video: Chicago cop charged with beating of patient in handcuffs Video: Chicago cop charged with beating of patient in...
              Emanuel on TSA problems Emanuel on TSA problems
              13-year-old charged with murder in teen girl's stabbing 13-year-old charged with murder in teen girl's stabbing
              City Council delays final vote on Airbnb rules amid last-minute changes City Council delays final vote on Airbnb rules amid...
              Alaska man rescued from beneath burning SUV Alaska man rescued from beneath burning SUV
              Business owner 'absolutely shocked' about fatal armed robbery in South Holland strip mall Business owner 'absolutely shocked' about fatal...
              Man killed during armed robbery of South Holland store Man killed during armed robbery of South Holland store
              Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly call a truce Donald Trump, Megyn Kelly call a truce
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              ,000 in rewards offered in Milwaukee girl's shooting ,000 in rewards offered in Milwaukee girl's shooting
              State to use facial recognition for driver's licenses State to use facial recognition for driver's licenses
              High lake levels cause area beaches to shrink High lake levels cause area beaches to shrink
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              Man found dead from gunshot wound on I-57 Man found dead from gunshot wound on I-57
              Dante Servin talks after acquittal Dante Servin talks after acquittal
              Flight attendants hurt when Chicago-bound flight hits strong turbulence Flight attendants hurt when Chicago-bound flight hits strong...
              Extra-alarm fire rips through Lakeview apartments Extra-alarm fire rips through Lakeview apartments
              Patience urged as airport security lines grow Patience urged as airport security lines grow
              Singer Sinead O'Connor found safe in Chicago area: police Singer Sinead O'Connor found safe in Chicago area:...
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              Trump tells UK he's neither stupid nor divisive Trump tells UK he's neither stupid nor divisive
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              • Man sexually assaulted 11-year-old after meeting her on Facebook: prosecutors

                Man sexually assaulted 11-year-old after meeting her on Facebook: prosecutors

                A 27-year-old Hermosa neighborhood man struck up a two-month relationship on Facebook with an 11-year-old girl, then arranged to bring her to his house, where he gave her beer and sexually assaulted her, prosecutors said Wednesday. Erik Coquet, who prosecutors say repeatedly assaulted the girl...

              • Emanuel proposes transgender restroom ordinance

                Emanuel proposes transgender restroom ordinance

                Chicago hotels, restaurants and grocery stores would not be allowed to require patrons to prove their gender in order to use restrooms under a proposal Mayor Rahm Emanuel introduced Wednesday. The ordinance, which members of the city's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender caucus also sponsored,...

              • No vote on Chicago dog waste pickup ordinance

                No vote on Chicago dog waste pickup ordinance

                For at least a while longer, Chicago property owners won't have to worry about getting fined by the city for not clearing dog feces from their property on a daily basis. Dog-loving 15th Ward Ald. Raymond Lopez took part in a successful effort Wednesday to put off a City Council vote on an ordinance...

              • 30-year anniversary parade for Vietnam veterans

                Photos: 30-year anniversary of parade for Vietnam veterans

                June will mark 30 years since the Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Parade, a 1986 march through Chicago that became a watershed and the largest event of its kind in the nation.

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                John Groce names Dee Brown to new position on Illini basketball staff Illini basketball coach names Proviso East grad Dee Brown to...
                Funeral set for Marmion student who died after falling off SUV Funeral set for Marmion student who died after falling off...
                Human remains exhumed in 2009 Burr Oak Cemetery scandal receive proper burial Human remains exhumed in 2009 Burr Oak Cemetery scandal...
                Police: Former Bears player Caleb Hanie a passenger in fatal Barrington Hills crash Police: Former Bears player Caleb Hanie a passenger in fatal...
                U46 students address board member's freedom of speech U46 students address board member's freedom of...
                Former Wheaton man charged with stabbing pregnant wife to death Former Wheaton man charged with stabbing pregnant wife to...
                • Prosecutor: Man shot dead in Irving Park during argument over headphones

                  Prosecutor: Man shot dead in Irving Park during argument over headphones

                  An argument over headphones led to a fatal shooting in the Irving Park neighborhood earlier this week, according to a prosecutor.Larry Russell, 30, began arguing with another man, 28, "over a pair of headphones" shortly before 11 p.m. Monday in the 4300 block of North Elston Avenue, Assistant State's...

                • Lawyer: Suspect in Tyshawn Lee slaying lacks 'mental facilities' to have planned killing

                  Lawyer: Suspect in Tyshawn Lee slaying lacks 'mental facilities' to have planned killing

                  A third suspect arrested this week in the fatal shooting of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee does not have the "mental facilities and resources" to have planned the killing, his attorney told a judge Wednesday.Kevin Edwards, 20, attended special education classes in Chicago Public Schools, the attorney told...

                • Aldermen propose easing city's spray paint ban

                  Aldermen propose easing city's spray paint ban

                  Chicago's long-standing ban on the sale of spray paint, an effort to make it tougher for gang members and graffiti artists to tag garages and buildings, would be loosened under a proposal by two aldermen who represent wards on the edges of the city. Ald. Edward Burke, 14th, said in a news release...

                • Emanuel uses possible privatization of security at airports to leverage TSA

                  Emanuel uses possible privatization of security at airports to leverage TSA

                  Mayor Rahm Emanuel is seeking to use the threat of privatizing security screening at O'Hare and Midway airports to leverage the Transportation Security Administration into beefing up inadequate Chicago staffing that has left travelers waiting in huge lines and rescheduling missed flights. A group...

                • Millionaire cancer center founder's 7-year divorce back in court

                  Millionaire cancer center founder's 7-year divorce back in court

                  The long-running divorce involving the founder of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America was back in court Wednesday and may yet go to trial to decide the division of the multimillionaire's assets. Richard and Alicia Stephenson's marriage was dissolved earlier this year, but they are continuing...

                • Cops used Taser to threaten man holding baby, according to suit

                  Cops used Taser to threaten man holding baby, according to suit

                  A Chicago family is accusing several police officers of assaulting and threatening the father of a one-year-boy with a Taser as he held the child in his arms last year, according to a federal lawsuit.According to the lawsuit filed Tuesday, the incident happened on Oct. 15 as Cesar Carrizales held...

                • Connecticut police find  million worth of heroin after pulling over Chicago man

                  Connecticut police find million worth of heroin after pulling over Chicago man

                  Connecticut State Police troopers have seized about 28 pounds of heroin worth an estimated million after pulling over a Chicago man. A state police spokeswoman says troopers were conducting traffic enforcement on Route 15 in Stratford on Tuesday when they pulled over a car for a moving violation....

                • Wisconsin Supreme Court deals Walker loss on education case

                  Wisconsin Supreme Court deals Walker loss on education case

                  A divided Wisconsin Supreme Court dealt Gov. Scott Walker a loss on Wednesday, upholding a ruling that keeps the state education secretary independent from control of the governor's administration. The 4-3 decision preserves the powers of the state superintendent of public instruction. The Supreme...

                • Chicago cop charged with recorded beating of patient in handcuffs

                  Chicago cop charged with recorded beating of patient in handcuffs

                  A veteran Chicago police officer sought retribution on a patient at a South Side hospital a short time after he was surprised and punched in the face by the man, Cook County prosecutors alleged Tuesday. A surveillance camera at Jackson Park Hospital captured the burly officer attacking the patient,...

                • 'I killed her, I killed her,' 13-year-old cried after stabbing another girl: prosecutor

                  'I killed her, I killed her,' 13-year-old cried after stabbing another girl: prosecutor

                  A 13-year-old girl cried out, “I killed her, I killed her” after using a knife provided by her mother to fatally stab a girl just two years older during a fight on the South Side over the weekend, according to prosecutors and police. The 13-year-old and her mother, Tamika Gayden, 35, were charged...

                • Police Detective Dante Servin resigns before possible firing over fatal shooting

                  Police Detective Dante Servin resigns before possible firing over fatal shooting

                  A year ago this week, a fired-up crowd of activists packed the Chicago Police Board with a demand: Fire Detective Dante Servin for the 2012 fatal shooting of a young black woman named Rekia Boyd. The activists returned each month, calling out the board and then-Superintendent Garry McCarthy for...

                • 1 dead, 6 wounded in Chicago shootings

                  1 dead, 6 wounded in Chicago shootings

                  One man was killed and at least six people were wounded in shootings in Chicago from midmorning Tuesday through the evening, police said. The fatal shooting occurred about 9:30 p.m. when a 38-year-old man was shot in West Humboldt Park. He was in the 1300 block of North Pulaski Road when he was...

                • Police superintendent persuades retired officer to end hourslong barricade

                  Police superintendent persuades retired officer to end hourslong barricade

                  A retired Chicago police officer barricaded herself in a South Shore house for more than five and a half hours Tuesday, agreeing to come out only after police Superintendent Eddie Johnson spoke with her, according to police. Officers, including SWAT personnel, responded to the home in the 7700...

                • Marchers take to the 606 trail to protest gentrification

                  Marchers take to the 606 trail to protest gentrification

                  Dozens of people marched Tuesday along The 606 trail to draw attention to families and longtime residents feeling squeezed out of their homes because of increasing property taxes and rising rents in Logan Square. Logan Square residents like Jennifer Velazquez are stressed over whether they’ll be...

                • Naperville man stole 5,000 from mentor-coach, jury rules

                  Naperville man stole 5,000 from mentor-coach, jury rules

                  A Naperville man has been convicted of swindling his onetime mentor, a now-retired soccer coach at Brother Rice High School in Chicago, out of more than 5,000. A jury of nine men and three women found Robert J. Loncar, 53, of the 2900 block of Stonewater Drive, guilty of six felony counts, including...

                • State to use facial recognition for driver's licenses

                  State to use facial recognition for driver's licenses

                  Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White announced Tuesday that his office will begin upgrading security features this week to driver's licenses and identification cards, a step toward compliance with the federal Real ID law. By the end of July, applicants will no longer be issued a new permanent...

                • Federal Election Commission questions Rep. Bobby Rush's campaign spending

                  Federal Election Commission questions Rep. Bobby Rush's campaign spending

                  WASHINGTON — The Federal Election Commission has questioned House Democrat Bobby Rush's campaign over a campaign-finance report that showed thousands of dollars spent on vague categories such as "campaign visibility" and "services rendered." In a letter sent on Sunday, the FEC asked Rush's campaign...

                • Experts say probation understandable for woman who killed disabled daughter

                  Experts say probation understandable for woman who killed disabled daughter

                  When Bonnie Liltz took her daughter's life by pouring a fatal dose of medication into her feeding tube, it was an extreme and horrifying response to a common dilemma among parents of the severely disabled: What will happen to my child when I die? Whether it was also an act that merits a prison...

                • ,000 in rewards offered in 9-year-old Milwaukee girl's shooting

                  ,000 in rewards offered in 9-year-old Milwaukee girl's shooting

                  The FBI and an attorney offered rewards totaling ,000 Tuesday for information in the shooting of a 9-year-old Milwaukee girl who was struck by a bullet fired from outside her home earlier this month. Milwaukee police said in a statement that says Za'layia Jenkins was pronounced brain-dead on...

                • Evergreen Park man charged with sexual assault of teenager

                  Evergreen Park man charged with sexual assault of teenager

                  A 29-year-old Evergreen Park man is accused of forcing a 14-year-old girl into his home and sexually assaulting her, authorities said. Cook County Judge Peter Felice set bail Tuesday afternoon in Bridgeview bond court at 0,000 for Hugo Martinez, who prosecutors said had known the teenager through...

                • Foss Park District board moves to oust commissioner following theft conviction

                  Foss Park District board moves to oust commissioner following theft conviction

                  The Foss Park District in North Chicago is poised to name a new board commissioner Wednesday night to replace Susan Dixon, who was found guilty of theft earlier this spring by a Lake County Circuit Court jury in a 2014 case involving Toys for Tots donations. The district held an early-morning board...

                • Trial starts for Gary man accused of killing wife's ex-husband

                  Trial starts for Gary man accused of killing wife's ex-husband

                  A Lake Superior Court jury began hearing evidence Tuesday in the trial of a Gary man charged with killing his wife's ex-husband and the father of her children. Gentry Jackson, 35, has pleaded not guilty in the shooting death of Alec McCloud, who was shot on Aug. 3 after prosecutors said he arrived...

                • Lawyer claims state trying to 'charge Melodie Gliniewicz for the actions of her late husband'

                  Lawyer claims state trying to 'charge Melodie Gliniewicz for the actions of her late husband'

                  A judge said Tuesday she will rule June 17 on a motion to dismiss four of the nine criminal counts against Melodie Gliniewicz, charged with the misuse of charitable funds belonging to the Fox Lake Police Explorer post. Gliniewicz was indicted in January following the Sept. 1, 2015, shooting death...

                • More TSA agents dispatched to O'Hare to combat long security lines: Durbin

                  More TSA agents dispatched to O'Hare to combat long security lines: Durbin

                  More Transportation Security Administration staff will be dispatched to O'Hare International Airport in response to interminable security lines causing thousands of passengers to miss flights. Fifty-eight security officers and four bomb-sniffing canine teams will be sent to O'Hare "immediately,"...

                • Downtown alderman warns of Emanuel 'slush fund'

                  Downtown alderman warns of Emanuel 'slush fund'

                  Decrying the possibility of a new mayoral "slush fund," a downtown alderman on Tuesday failed to delay Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to shift downtown development funds to struggling neighborhoods, but the battle may not be over. Ald. Brendan Reilly, 42nd, said he backed the concept, but wanted to...

                • Chicago Public Schools tells principals to expect major cuts

                  Chicago Public Schools tells principals to expect major cuts

                  A group of Chicago Public Schools principals received preliminary budgets Tuesday that reflect massive spending cuts for the coming school year that the district said could have a major impact on classrooms. CPS, which did not release details of "preliminary draft" budgets distributed Tuesday to...

                • Much posturing at the Capitol as budget progress remains elusive

                  Much posturing at the Capitol as budget progress remains elusive

                  Political posturing over the state budget stalemate rolled on at the Capitol on Tuesday, as both Democratic and Republican legislative leaders emerged from a rare closed-door meeting with Gov. Bruce Rauner declaring they'd received concessions from the other side. Democratic Senate President John...

                • Sinead O'Connor returns to Facebook after going missing in Chicago area

                  Sinead O'Connor returns to Facebook after going missing in Chicago area

                  Sinead O'Connor apparently returned to Facebook late Monday, hours after Wilmette authorities said the Irish singer had been found safe. But her posting may have done little to calm concerns about her well-being after she reportedly was missing from Sunday morning until some time Monday. Wilmette...

                • NU, Evanston cops 'still looking' for man who struck student in dorm room

                  NU, Evanston cops 'still looking' for man who struck student in dorm room

                  Northwestern University police are looking for a man who is known to authorities and is suspected of hitting a student after entering her dorm room at Allison Hall last Thursday afternoon, according to a spokesperson for the university. Bob Rowley, director of media relations for Northwestern,...

                • Crews try to bring chlorine leak under control at Darien water plant

                  Crews try to bring chlorine leak under control at Darien water plant

                  Emergency responders were at a water plant in Darien on Tuesday afternoon, working to bring a chlorine leak under control, officials said. The leak, from a cylinder at the plant, poses no threat to life or to the water system, according to Dan Gombac, director of municipal services for the city...

                • Cops: Palatine-bound 'designated driver' charged with DUI in Riverside

                  Cops: Palatine-bound 'designated driver' charged with DUI in Riverside

                  A Palatine man who told police he was "the designated driver" of a car that was driven onto a sidewalk while Riverside police attempted to stop it early Sunday was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, according to authorities. Robert C. Kaminski, 61, of the 100 block of West Hamilton...

                • Cops: Iowa student from Naperville lied about being victim of hate crime

                  Cops: Iowa student from Naperville lied about being victim of hate crime

                  A black University of Iowa student from Naperville lied about being the victim of a hate crime and was actually an aggressor during several drunken fights that began inside a bar, police said Tuesday. Marcus Owens, 19, told police that he was attacked in an alley April 30 by three white men who...

                • Hundreds of foes force delay on Airbnb vote, but Emanuel confident of a win

                  Hundreds of foes force delay on Airbnb vote, but Emanuel confident of a win

                  The hundreds of people who filled City Council chambers Tuesday were united in their opposition to Mayor Rahm Emanuel's push to regulate online home rental platforms like Airbnb — but they were divided on why. Homeowners from fancier neighborhoods like Lincoln Park don't think the mayor's rules...

                • Worker hurt in North Side porch collapse

                  Worker hurt in North Side porch collapse

                  A worker was injured when a porch under construction in the North Center neighborhood collapsed Tuesday morning, fire officials said. The worker was taken in serious condition to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center from the 2200 block of West Cullom Avenue before 11:30 a.m., according to the...

                • Owner of old main post office was dead when 0M sale closed

                  Owner of old main post office was dead when 0M sale closed

                  Nobody involved with the 0 million sale of Chicago's old main post office last week would say whether the man who owned it was alive when the deal closed. Turns out, he wasn't. Bill Davies, the eccentric British multimillionaire who owned the vacant 2.5 million-square-foot building that straddles...

                • Alderman drops Chicago strip club liquor license plan

                  Alderman drops Chicago strip club liquor license plan

                  A West Side alderman is backing off a proposal to relax rules on nudity in strip clubs that sell liquor, putting the brakes on a plan that has drawn the ire of anti-sexual exploitation groups who contend it would put workers at risk. "Some of my colleagues are against it, and I don't want to be...

                • Teen shot in leg in Woodlawn neighborhood

                  Teen shot in leg in Woodlawn neighborhood

                  A teen was shot in the leg Tuesday morning in the Woodlawn neighborhood on the South Side, police said.The 18-year-old was approached by two men around 9:30 a.m. in the 6200 block of South Kimbark Avenue, police said. One of the men opened fire and hit the teen in the right leg, police said. The...

                • Mel Reynolds now says he's innocent, won't plead guilty

                  Mel Reynolds now says he's innocent, won't plead guilty

                  For a guy who claims jail restrictions have kept him from preparing for his upcoming trial, former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds sure has found plenty of time to write letters. In the four weeks Reynolds has been locked up at the Kankakee County Jail for bail violations, he's written to U.S. District...

                • TSA to add staff, but O'Hare tells passengers to arrive 3 hours before flight

                  TSA to add staff, but O'Hare tells passengers to arrive 3 hours before flight

                  With marathon security lines causing thousands of U.S. airline passengers to miss flights, the Transportation Security Administration plans to hire nearly 800 new officers this month and pay for more part-time workers and overtime. But the union that represents security officers said that won't...

                • Man found dead in crashed van on I-57, among 14 people shot in Chicago

                  Man found dead in crashed van on I-57, among 14 people shot in Chicago

                  A man was found shot to death in a van on Interstate 57 on the Far South Side, among three people killed and 11 others wounded in gun violence in Chicago from Monday afternoon through early Tuesday.The 37-year-old man was found around 8:35 p.m. after he crashed the van in the northbound lanes of...

                • Beaches shrinking as Lake Michigan rises to near-record level

                  Beaches shrinking as Lake Michigan rises to near-record level

                  For the past 11 years, visiting Evanston dog beach was an almost daily routine for Karen Perlia and her American Eskimo dog, Minnie. But this spring, the beach disappeared. Erosion and near-record-high lake levels reduced what had been an expansive stretch of beach — large enough for dozens of...

                • Debate intensifies over 10-year teachers contract in Palatine

                  Debate intensifies over 10-year teachers contract in Palatine

                  Controversy has intensified over the new teachers contract in Palatine-based District 15, with the school board issuing a statement scolding some residents for turning the issue into "something ugly," and critics responding that the board is trying to divert attention from the labor agreement. ...

                • Flight to Midway returns to Boston after hitting turbulence

                  Flight to Midway returns to Boston after hitting turbulence

                  Two flight attendants were injured when a Southwest Airlines plane from Boston to Midway Airport hit severe turbulence Monday night, according to a statement from the airline. The pilot of Southwest Airlines Flight 147 circled back to Boston shortly after takeoff when the flight hit turbulence...

                • Rauner vetoes union arbitration bill again

                  Rauner vetoes union arbitration bill again

                  Gov. Bruce Rauner on Monday vetoed a union-backed bill that sought to go around him in their ongoing contract dispute, saying it was an attempt to tie his hands and usurp his authority as the taxpayers' representative in negotiations. It was the second time that Rauner has vetoed the legislation,...

                • Witnesses say driver killed trying to beat Metra train

                  Witnesses say driver killed trying to beat Metra train

                  A 30-year-old Wisconsin man died Sunday night when he drove around railroad crossing gates and his vehicle was struck by a Chicago-bound Metra train on the city's southwest side, authorities said. The man, whose name was still being withheld Monday pending notification of next of kin, was declared...

                • Extra-alarm fire rips through Lakeview apartments; 1 firefighter injured

                  Extra-alarm fire rips through Lakeview apartments; 1 firefighter injured

                  An extra-alarm fire ripped through three apartment buildings Monday evening, sending smoke through the Lakeview neighborhood on the North Side. The fire broke out shortly after 5 p.m. in the 3300 block of North Marshfield Avenue, according to Chicago Fire Department officials. Three buildings were...

                • Man accused of sex-trafficking in his Naperville home

                  Man accused of sex-trafficking in his Naperville home

                  An ex-convict who is accused of forcing women to engage in commercial sex acts inside his Naperville townhouse and beating them when they refused to do so remained Monday in custody in Colorado. Benjamin D. Biancofiori, 36, of the 1900 block of Golden Gate Lane in the Bridgewater area of Naperville's...

                • City Council poised to OK .2 million in police misconduct settlements

                  City Council poised to OK .2 million in police misconduct settlements

                  Chicago taxpayers can expect to shell out .2 million to settle two more lawsuits accusing police of misconduct in fatal shootings, one of which has a link to the officer who now faces murder charges in the Laquan McDonald case. In what's become a familiar routine, the City Council Finance Committee...

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