Also, Legionnaires’ Disease might be a problem in the state capitol.
Also, Jason Van Dyke’s lawyer makes tone-deaf comparison to torture of three black sharecroppers.
Also, Auschwitz survivor “Ben the Barber” dies at 98.
Also, the long-awaited Apple flagship on the Chicago River is opening Friday.
Also, Chicago just sent comedian Rachel Dratch a ticket for a 1997 parking violation.
Also, Uber CEO Trevor Kalanick was forced to resign in a downtown Chicago hotel Tuesday.
Also, many local “‘Dreamers” are facing a very tough decision if their parents are deported.
Also, Senator Dick Durbin wants to help kids who live in violent neighborhoods with trauma and psychological stress.
Also, Governor Bruce Rauner and President-Elect Donald Trump spoke for the first time last week.
Also, paranormal experts pick the most haunted spots in the Chicago area.
Also, notorious Cubs fan Steve Bartman is still getting threats 13 years later.
Also, the police department hires an official to help implement reforms.
Also, Senator Mark Kirk offers tepid support for the “river boat gamble” Donald Trump.
Kathleen Rooney’s debut novel is rooted in her disillusioning experience as an aide to a senator from Illinois.
With the help of seven Democrats, demagoguery triumphs over civil rights.