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  • Chicago not releasing video of officer-involved shooting

    Months after a teenager was shot 16 times by a Chicago police officer, the city is still refusing to release the dash-cam video of the fatal shooting and didn't even show it to aldermen Wednesday before they approved a $5 million settlement with the...
  • Garcia winning Latino vote, but Emanuel has hold on sizable portion

    Garcia winning Latino vote, but Emanuel has hold on sizable portion
    Radio host Vicente Serrano spared no emotion as he took to the stage in the historic Logan Square Auditorium last month to fire up a Latino unity rally where mayoral challenger Jesus "Chuy" Garcia was billed as the main attraction. "This is something...
  • Mell challenger sues over 33rd Ward election

    Mell challenger sues over 33rd Ward election
    The runner-up to Ald. Deb Mell in the Feb. 24 election filed a lawsuit Tuesday alleging widespread problems with voting in the Northwest Side 33rd Ward aldermanic race as he tries to force her into a head-to-head runoff five weeks from now. Candidate...
  • Chicago, it's time to be heard

    Chicago, it's time to be heard
    Two weeks ago in this space, we laid out the case for re-electing Mayor Rahm Emanuel. We're back now to remind you why. We're also here to urge voters to support a strong batch of aldermanic candidates. Some of them will align with Emanuel, some of them...
  • Surprising details about Chicago mayoral and City Council candidates

    Surprising details about Chicago mayoral and City Council candidates
    Please tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. That question has become something of a tradition here when the Editorial Board seeks out the views of candidates in each election cycle. We ask them what they think about the hot issues of...
  • Big labor coalition skips mayoral race

    Big labor coalition skips mayoral race
    Chicago's largest labor coalition on Friday conspicuously left the office of mayor off its list of endorsements for the Feb. 24 city elections, even as it backed candidates or declared neutrality in nearly all the other contests on the ballot. "After...
  • In the Heart of Chicago, a hub of restaurants and history

    In the Heart of Chicago, a hub of restaurants and history
    The street appears frozen in time. If you stood at 24th Street and stared south down Oakley Avenue, the view probably doesn't look that different from 30 years ago. This is the heart of the Heart of Chicago neighborhood. On this stretch of Oakley there'...
  • South Loop hotel development vote back on after unionization snag

    South Loop hotel development vote back on after unionization snag
    Chicago aldermen on Wednesday are set to consider granting zoning approval for a boutique South Loop hotel proposal that hit a bump over negotiations between the builder and a labor union that wants an agreement guaranteeing the right to organize hotel...
  • Round-the-clock security wanted for Chicago medical marijuana shops

    Round-the-clock security wanted for Chicago medical marijuana shops
    A pair of powerful aldermen are calling for round-the-clock security at any marijuana dispensaries and cultivation centers approved to set up shop in Chicago and want to require the product be loaded and unloaded in secure areas. Under the plan...
  • Aldermen endorse tougher smoke detector rules

    Aldermen endorse tougher smoke detector rules
    A City Council committee on Tuesday endorsed changes to a city smoke detector requirement that allowed building owners to escape penalties if they install the detectors after being caught without them.. A City Council committee on Tuesday endorsed...
  • Emanuel wants city curfew to apply until 18th birthday

    Emanuel wants city curfew to apply until 18th birthday
    Chicago teens would be subject to the city’s nighttime curfew laws until their 18th birthdays — a year longer than they currently are —  in a move Mayor Rahm Emanuel says is all about keeping kids safe. The mayor on Wednesday...