Please, Governor Pritzker, keep legislative mapmaking away from the Trump cultists in the GOP.
Rahm has already chosen his replacement.
The court clerk lost the records of James Allen, who’s fighting to overturn convictions that put him in prison 30 years ago. His case is not unique.
The Emanuel administration’s explanation for how $55 million wound up paying for Navy Pier renovations sounds like gobbledygook from the presidential administration.
The city’s TIFs will generate a record $561 million this tax year. Which means more money for the mayor to sneakily divert into vanity projects like Navy Pier.
Wealthy and powerful men had direct access to the mayor, while activists and ordinary citizens were kept at bay.
Also, outgoing Republican senator Mark Kirk laments the lost of the moderate establishment in the age of Trump.
And what’s in store for the future?
Employees of the Better Government Association vote 11 to 0 to join the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
But the victory is limited by an injunction that insulates the vast majority of police shooting investigations from public scrutiny.
After suing the CTA, Jason Prechtel got the inside scoop on how Chicago ended up with Ventra.
Friends of the Parks’ lawsuit over the proposed site of the Lucas Museum goes beyond a dispute over the lakefront and into federal court.
Friends of the Parks is going to federal court today to prevent the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art from building on Park District property.
While Illinois prisons are dangerously overcrowded, the GOP candidate for governor has made money from privatized criminal justice systems.
Hey, Joe Ferguson: If Mayor Rahm’s making you leave in a year—go out strong.