Also, Donald Trump’s Chicago property tax break is questioned, and the Bulls’ Pau Gasol stays in Chicago.
Also, the history of Chicago Public Schools’ financial mismanagement, and Sandra Bland’s mother introduces Hillary Clinton at a Bronzeville campaign rally.
Also, volunteers band together to shovel sidewalks for free in Chatham, and NBC’s Stefan Holt leaves Chicago for New York City.
Also, Kanye’s longtime local cowriter says the rapper needs spiritual and mental help, and a major step in the redevelopment of Children’s Memorial Hospital site in Lincoln Park.
Also, David Axelrod recounts an interesting encounter with the late Antonin Scalia, and shots are fired at snowplow driver on the west side.
Also, runners rank the most dangerous spots in the city, and now you can stay in Vincent Van Gogh’s Arles bedroom—in River North.
Also, many questions remain in strange murder of Gage Park family, and Obama wants to help the CTA rebuild the Red Line.
Also, some Illinois counties are losing population, and Pau Gasol replaces injured Jimmy Butler in NBA All-Star Game.
Also, a young activist is shot dead, and NFL’s Roger Goodell is criticized over comments on player safety.
Also, Garry McCarthy rumored to be under consideration for police chief job in London, and cop who shot unarmed teen and bystander in December sues teen’s estate.
Also, Chicago Public Library is forgiving overdue fines, and Sun-Times owner Michael Ferro buys big stake in the Tribune.
Also, a University of Chicago professor is out over alleged sexual misconduct, and DePaul’s law school cancels a Trump Tower event.
Also, warm spring predicted for Chicago area, and CPS announces $100 million in budget cuts after CTU rejects contract offer.
Also, how the Blackhawks can win the Stanley Cup in June, and proposed microapartments for Old Chicago Main Post Office.
Also, cops blame shooting spike on “ACLU effect,” and a fitting tribute to restaurant pioneer Moto.