Also, Jeanne Ives is “a little bit surprised at some of the hysteria” over controversial campaign ad.
Also, attorney general candidate Scott Drury believes Madigan thought he was wearing a wire during a meeting.
Also, Tinley Park police release a new image of the Lane Bryant shooting suspect ten years after the tragedy.
Also, Afghan war veteran Miguel Perez Jr. could be deported this week.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin is bringing a local medical student “Dreamer” to Trump’s State of the Union address.
Also, Chicago will comply with a Department of Justice request for immigration documents.
Also, the Chicago Teachers Union is not happy that CPS might relax its ethics code.
Also, a record 55 million tourists visited Chicago in 2017.
Also, public health officials warn passengers about a possible measles exposure at O’Hare.
Also, how local “Dreamers” are planning ahead while Congress decides their fate.
Also, a residence hall without heat, hot water forces Chicago State University students to stay in hotels.
Also, Auschwitz survivor “Ben the Barber” dies at 98.
Also, local preservationists want landmark designation for Emmett Till’s Woodlawn home.
Also, the city wants to issue more weekend parking tickets to generate much-needed revenue.
Also, Durbin confronts Jeff Sessions on his failure to solve Chicago’s gun violence issues.