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  • '10 questions for Karen Lewis'

     
    If you want to get a sense of how Mayor Rahm Emanuel's backers will go after Chicago Teachers Union president Karen Lewis if Lewis decides to run against Emanuel, take a look at the text of "TEN QUESTIONS FOR KAREN......
  • 14 wounded in overnight shootings

    14 wounded in overnight shootings
    A 17-year-old boy was critically injured in what may have been a drive-by shooting in the Bronzeville neighborhood Friday evening, authorities said. Thirteen others were wounded across the city. The boy was shot in the back about 7:35 p.m. in the 5000...
  • Charges in fatal shooting of woman 2 days before Mother's Day

    Charges in fatal shooting of woman 2 days before Mother's Day
    Charges have been filed in the shooting death of a Southwest Side mother of three just two days before Mother's Day, police said. Johnny Reese, 23, of the 11400 block of South Union Avenue, is charged with first-degree murder, murder while in the...
  • Shootings across city leave 15 hurt in 9 hours

    Shootings across city leave 15 hurt in 9 hours
    A man was shot in a busy nightlife district near Wrigley Field, two women were wounded at a lakefront park and three men were hurt in a Northwest Side attack as shootings across the city left more than a dozen people hurt in nine hours starting late...
  • 2 dead, 6 injured in city shootings

    2 dead, 6 injured in city shootings
    Two men were killed and six people were wounded in shootings on the North, South, Southwest and West sides late Monday and early Tuesday morning, according to police. About 9:55 p.m., a 34-year-old man was approached by someone as he walked down the...
  • Pride Parade a celebration of state's new marriage law

    Pride Parade a celebration of state's new marriage law
    David Wilk and Charlie Gurion have kissed many times since they met, and many more times since they became one of the first same-sex couples in Illinois to get a marriage license. But until Sunday, their kisses never had been cheered by thousands of...
  • Highland Park police: Lock doors between garage, house

     Highland Park police: Lock doors between garage, house
    Highland Park police are cautioning residents to lock their vehicles and interior garage access doors after a spate of recent burglaries led to the arrest of three North Chicago men. Eric D. Green, 19, Rayshaun Jones, 20, and Jero Odiscu, 21 – all...
  • Officials quiet on fireworks enforcement despite 2013 tragedy

    Officials quiet on fireworks enforcement despite 2013 tragedy
    A brand-new artificial turf field now covers a portion of West Lawn Park, where a woman lost her foot and lower leg and another woman also was badly injured by stray fireworks last Fourth of July. Residents who live near the Southwest Side park say...
  • Anti-Jewish leaflets found on cars on NW Side

    Anti-Jewish leaflets found on cars on NW Side
    Several vehicles in the Pulaski Park neighborhood on the Northwest Side were targeted with anti-Jewish leaflets, police said. Six vehicles were discovered with leaflets on Saturday on the 6300 block of North Monticello Avenue, said Chicago Police...
  • Citations issued in Dan Ryan accident that killed off-duty CPD officer

    Citations issued in Dan Ryan accident that killed off-duty CPD officer
    A Chicago man was ticketed after an off-duty Chicago police officer was killed this afternoon in a motorcycle accident involving another vehicle on the Dan Ryan Expressway, according to Illinois State Police. The accident was reported at 2:15 p.m. on...
  • Al Capone on PBS: Public Enemy No. 1 revisited

    Al Capone on PBS: Public Enemy No. 1 revisited
    South Florida is littered with Al Capone history  –  the Miami mansion where he took his last breath,  his reputed riverside hideout in Fort Lauderdale,  his casino dreams in Deerfield Beach – and every  restaurant and watering hole as old...
  • Shootings on South, Southwest sides wound 7

    Shootings on South, Southwest sides wound 7
    Five shootings since Sunday afternoon have left a total of seven people hurt on the South and Southwest sides, among them a 16-year-old boy, police said. In the most recent shooting, a 42-year-old man was shot in the neck in the Roseland neighborhood....