A complaint filed with state elections officials claims that elderly Chinatown residents in the ward were the victims of ballot theft.
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25th Ward aldermanic candidates Alex Acevedo and Byron Sigcho-Lopez attacked each throughout their debate Wednesday night in Pilsen.
Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul talks strategy about stopping emergency border wall funding with his counterpart from California.
Dozens of immigrants from more than 40 countries completed the long journey to U.S. citizenship in downtown Chicago on Tuesday.
Most Republicans, Democrats, whites, blacks and Latinos agree that the 2020 census count would be compromised by a citizenship question.
Chicago's rising water costs caused over 150,000 water shutoffs since 2007, mostly in low-income, black and Latino neighborhoods.
A Mexican immigrant and mother of nine, Raquel Guerrero helped bring a high school, library, and summer festival to the Pilsen community.
At a candidate forum about housing, this week’s revelation that the retiring alderman is an FBI mole took center stage.
Hundreds will see longer delays to have their cases heard in Chicago’s overburdened immigration court.
U.S. Rep.-elect Jesus “Chuy” Garcia says border patrol hasn’t done enough to provide medical care for children.