“It’s really critical that as mayor you have good working relationships with all of the constituencies that make up the city.”
Cook County’s treasurer of 20 years was a firecracker in the early 90s. Hell, she still is.
Also, Obama returns to Chicago Tuesday for Emanuel climate change meeting.
Also, Toni Preckwinkle vows to play hardball against challengers.
Also, Chicago’s homicide count has surpassed 600 for the second year in a row.
Also, an Illinois Republican congressman calls on the GOP to “disown every aspect of” Roy Moore.
Also, Cubs home playoff tickets are the most expensive in the MLB..
Also, more than 1,000 people turned out for Kenneka Jenkins’s funeral.
Also, Uber CEO Trevor Kalanick was forced to resign in a downtown Chicago hotel Tuesday.
Also, Toni Preckwinkle will run for reelection as Cook County Board president next year.
It took statewide decriminalization to get Chicago cops to stop arresting mostly black Chicagoans for possession of small amounts of weed.
Community organizers and elected officials agree on what they need to curb violence, but say progress has been slow going.
Also, former GOP Congressman Aaron Schock is indicted.
Also, iconic 90s show Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding returns to Chicago.
Richard Boykin wants the feds to investigate Chicago’s “off the books” interrogation site. But his move will test the relationship between city and county governments.