In 1963, a Black politician named Ben Lewis was shot to death in Chicago. Clues suggest the murder was a professional hit. Decades later, it remains no accident authorities never solved the crime.
A Sun-Times reporter gathers the FBI’s files on the famous and infamous.
Also, Legionnaires’ Disease might be a problem in the state capitol.
Also, public health officials warn passengers about a possible measles exposure at O’Hare.
Also, Chance the Rapper slams Emanuel’s plan to build $95 million police training academy.
Also, a Lakeview poke shop closes just five days after its grand opening.
Also, Las Vegas gunman’s notorious bank-robber father lived in Chicago.
Also, former Bear Charles “Peanut” Tillman is training to join the FBI.
Also, after the release of video, Kenneka Jenkins’s family and friends ask the FBI to investigate her death in hotel freezer.
Also, Standard & Poor’s calls the Illinois house’s actions a “crucial step” to end budget stalemate.
Also, a mayoral aide says that CPS needs $596 rather than $129 million to finish 2016-2017 school year.
A fest for those fascinated with serial killers, Mad Mobster True Crime & Horror Expo looks to become an annual Chicago institution.
What the case against Vicente Zambada reveals about the federal government’s efforts to take down overseas drug suppliers.
Dismantling the stigma of guns
A conversation about the five-decade evolution of a Chicago street gang