ShawnTe Raines-Welch is among 246 lawyers who have expressed interest in 10 newly posted openings for associate judges, records show.
Activists Slam Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot For Directing Millions In COVID-19 Relief Money To Police
Activists and some aldermen say the funds should have gone to social services instead. But the mayor’s budget office says the money was properly spent.
Berrios lost his reelection bid for Cook County assessor in 2018, but he had continued to fight ethics board rulings against him.
Michael Madigan, Decades-Long Titan Of Illinois Politics, Resigns After Losing His Role As House Speaker
After 50 years in office, the Democratic boss is resigning his Southwest Side seat amid the continued federal investigation into his potential ties to a ComEd bribery scheme.
This week’s storms fit a pattern of worsening extremes under climate change — and local, state and federal officials have failed to do nearly enough to prepare.
For Black Chicagoans, finding medical care was difficult well before COVID-19 — a systemic problem exacerbated by the scarcity of vaccines.
WBEZ reporter María Inés Zamudio shares how her family expedited the potential delay in getting her Spanish-speaking parents vaccinated.
Javier Ramirez was deported to Mexico nearly 20 years ago. On Tuesday, he received a military burial in Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery.
Bowing to pains of the pandemic, Pritzker’s budget cuts corporate tax credits, keeps spending cuts but doesn’t raise state income taxes.
Called Protect Chicago Plus, the program started in Belmont Cragin this past weekend, administering a whopping 1,500 doses in just two days.