The headline for Chicago Tribune columnist Eric Zorn's piece is "Let's wait before turning slain 13-year-old Adam Toledo into a martyr."
One woman and six men were shot in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood after a fight broke out late Monday night.
According to a press release issued by the Chicago Police Department, the incident occurred on Monday, at approximately 2:36 a.m. local time when officers responded to a "ShotSpotter alert of multiple shots fired in the 2300 block of S. Sawyer."
The man and the 15-year-old son were approached by a person for spare change in the Gold Coast neighborhood around 5 p.m. on Sunday.
According to the report, several weapons were recovered on the scene by police, but there is no one in custody. Chicago Police Department Area One Detectives are continuing to investigate the situation.
Giving Evanston reparations was the consolation prize America thinks the Black community wants in response to the civil unrest of the past few years. But it completely misses the point of the change we've been asking for.
The white envelope, which was roughly the same size as the animal, was grabbed from a property in Chicago.
Officer James Hunt was captured on video boasting "I kill motherf*****s" to a group of Black youths back in 2018. He has been serving on the Chicago Police Department's Community Safety Team ever since.
Fatalities from road crashes in Illinois have risen in recent years, from a low of 911 in 2009 to 1,035 in 2018.
Loretto Hospital in Chicago admitted it had mistakenly thought hospitality workers were already eligible for a jab after administering the vaccine to 72 Trump Tower workers.
Using a fraction of the $1.9 billion Chicago is set to receive from the American Rescue Plan, legislators could send $500 monthly payments to 5,000 families.
"The main problem with moving to Florida is that you have to live in Florida," Jason Mudrick, founder and chief investment officer of investment firm Mudrick Capital Management, said.
"The reforms to CPD's search warrant policy follow a detailed, comprehensive and above all transparent process which build upon our ongoing efforts to ensure Chicago's values of accountability and fundamental human dignity are respected and preserved," Lightfoot said on Wednesday.
Texas, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts are among the states where restrictions were eased this month.
The motive behind the shooting is unknown and no one has been taken into custody, as of early Tuesday.
Watson is known for starring in the films "Precious" and "ChiRaq" and has also appeared on "Windy City Live" several times.
Emergency services have been urging people to stay off the ice amid warming temperatures in the Chicago area.
Anthony Myers was arrested after a video caught him posing and verbally abusing a gym trainer in Chicago.
Firefighters struggled to respond to the blaze amid bitter cold conditions.
"We set up small tables in our courtyards. We were lucky the internet reached into the courtyard. Some of us taught class off our phones. Parents brought us hot coffee and set up a little backyard fire pit for us on the sidewalk," Kirstin Roberts, a pre-K teacher, told Newsweek.
Chicago recorded a total of 240 shooting victims in January, both fatal and non-fatal combined, with 51 of those being classified as homicides.
The Roman Catholic priest stepped down from his parish in the South Side of Chicago on January 5, as authorities launched an investigation into sex abuse claims. He denies the allegations.
Union members worry about both teachers and students bringing infection back home to their families.
Aditya Singh, 36, reportedly told police he was too afraid to fly back to his home state over fears of contracting COVID-19.
Once associated with entrepreneurialism, the Trump name has become a politically charged symbol for many since the Capitol riots.
Court document alleged Lyons told police who found incriminating Instagram post: "Wow you are pretty good, that was up for only an hour."
A 31-year-old woman was arrested after police said she intentionally drove into a barricade outside the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago early Tuesday morning.
The suspect, 32-year-old Jason Nightengale, was later shot dead by police in Evanston.
Arnold Herrera, a 19-year-old from Chicago, got COVID-19 last week, and died suddenly after his condition deteriorated at the turn of the year.
Police repeatedly told the 50-year-old Black social worker to relax as officers raided her home while she stood there naked and sobbing.