The governor and Cook County Board president’s funding agreement is noticeably missing a key partner — the city of Chicago.
Nine months after taking office, the Mayor makes good on a campaign promise to decommission the gunshot detection system.
Attorneys bickered over procedural questions in court as real estate groups try to get the question kicked off the ballot.
The flight attendants in Chicago protested the lack of contract negotiations and demanded better wages and working conditions, as part of the Worldwide Flight Attendant Day of Action.
The ShotSpotter contract would be extended until September, then terminated. Cops will have access to the technology throughout the historically violent summer and the Democratic National Convention.
A jury in August found Mapes guilty of perjury and attempted obstruction of justice. Federal prosecutors had asked the judge to give Mapes up to five years in prison.
This comes after a federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected Trump’s claim of absolute immunity.
From Chicagoans’ doorsteps to Zoom calls, supporters and opponents of a tax on high-end property sales to pay for homelessness programming make their arguments before the March 19 referendum vote.
Will it raise taxes? What would the money be for? Your questions answered about the Chicago referendum on your primary ballot.
From the hotly contested Cook County state’s attorney race to a referendum in Chicago on money for the homeless, here are the important local decisions on your ballot.