Also, Chicago police used a Trump Hotel conference room during the Women’s March.
Also, new Chicago Water Department emails show attempts at firearms deals and jokes about the city’s gun violence.
Also, Rahm’s in Europe to promote Chicago and its tech business.
Also, catching up with Garry McCarthy.
Also, Chicago is raising $2.5 million less than anticipated from its seven-cent bag tax.
Also, Michael Madigan delays the Illinois house vote to override Rauner’s veto of the budget package and income tax hike until Thursday.
Also, the New York Daily News slams Rahm’s “DUMB TRACK MIND.”
Also, Standard & Poor’s calls the Illinois house’s actions a “crucial step” to end budget stalemate.
Also, Chicago’s minimum wage goes up to $11 per hour July 1, though the press for $15 per hour continues.
Also, a GOP state representative says Rauner and Madigan need to “sit on the sidelines” to let lawmakers reach a compromise on the long-overdue state budget.
Also, a lawsuit is hoping to block the Cook County soda tax at the last minute.
Also, legal experts say it’s “no sure thing” that Jason Van Dyke will be found guilty in the Laquan McDonald case.
Also, Uber CEO Trevor Kalanick was forced to resign in a downtown Chicago hotel Tuesday.
Also, a former pro wrestler, who also happens to be Kellyanne Conway’s first client, is running for Illinois governor.
Also, the parents of a college student who disappeared downtown ten years ago are still looking for answers.