Also, a divorce between Jesse Jackson Jr. and Sandi Jackson appears inevitable, says Jackson Jr.
Also, Hispanics are now the second-largest racial/ethnic group in Chicago.
Also, Sandi Jackson has subpoenaed former Today Show host Tamron Hall and a strip club owner in increasingly bizarre divorce case.
Also, the Field Museum is giving Sue her own private suite.
Also, two bars near Soldier Field are supporting Colin Kaepernick by refusing to show NFL games.
Also, police are searching for a group of men who allegedly gang-raped a teen girl on Facebook Live.
Also, wealth inequality between whites and minorities in Chicago is reportedly higher than the national average.
Also, a lot of Illinois elected officials are skipping the Trump inauguration.
Politicians making a buck on their offices is nothing new here.
Also, a City Council committee is recommending paying $3 million to the family of an unarmed teen shot dead by police in 2013.
In the first election after a ward remap, Aldermania strikes again.
Things get nasty—and strange—in the south-side ward once led by Sandi Jackson and her husband Jesse Jackson Jr.
Natashia Holmes, appointed Seventh Ward alderman two years ago, will have to beat nine challengers to stay in office.
The mayor’s unpopularity is expected to affect City Council races as well as the campaign for mayor.
In classic Chicago tradition, Rahm Emanuel appoints Deb Mell to replace her father in the City Council.