WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap: June 25, 2021

City Council abruptly adjourns after an angry confrontation, county workers strike and west suburban neighborhoods recover from a tornado.

Lightfoot in City Hall
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot speaks in City Hall on Oct. 21, 2020. Manuel Martinez / WBEZ
Lightfoot in City Hall
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot speaks in City Hall on Oct. 21, 2020. Manuel Martinez / WBEZ

WBEZ’s Weekly News Recap: June 25, 2021

City Council abruptly adjourns after an angry confrontation, county workers strike and west suburban neighborhoods recover from a tornado.

A vote to rename parts of Lake Shore Drive after Chicago’s first non-indigenous settler, John Baptiste DuSable, was once again delayed after an angry confrontation between the mayor and Ald. Jeanette Taylor. Meanwhile, in the western suburbs, neighborhoods continue to clean up following a fierce tornado.

Reset goes behind the week’s headlines with local journalists.

GUESTS: Heather Cherone, WTTW Chicago politics reporter

Christian Farr, NBC-5 Chicago reporter