If I had $100 for every Democrat who told me you need a billionaire to beat a billionaire, I’d be a billionaire.
Attorney general hopeful Sharon Fairley says there’s more to her candidacy than her work for IPRA.
Also, Michigan Avenue Black Friday protests smaller than in recent years.
Also, Whitney Young High School suddenly cancels the rest of its football season.
Also, a Rascal Flatts restaurant is (seriously) opening in the Fulton Market District.
Sharon Fairley spoke with the Invisible Institute’s Jamie Kalven—and a room of Chicagoans sick of waiting for police reform.
Also, a new poll shows Tammy Duckworth leading Senator Mark Kirk by 14 percent.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin’s name surfaces again as a possible 2018 candidate for governor.
The surplus of footage made available by IPRA reveals more about the limitations of video than it does about the nature of police shootings.
What does the “new accountability structure” for Chicago police look like? So far, Vimeo and Soundcloud.
But at least one longtime police accountability group is vehemently opposed to the changes proposed.
A police board hearing begins Tuesday for the officer accused of shooting 16 times at the wrong car.
Also, the Independent Police Review Authority brings in outside lawyers to review past police shootings, and more.
Sharon Fairley and her soon-to-be-ex-husband are among an elite group of Chicagoans who profit handsomely from their connections to the city.