The Medusa Challenger was a freighter blamed for causing bridges to jam as it approached, bringing traffic in downtown Chicago to a total standstill and leaving commuters in its wake convinced it was But
Kim Foxx, the Cook County state’s attorney, nearly six feet tall and dressed in a canary-yellow jacket, took the microphone at an April 6th gathering of the Reverend Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow/PUSH Coalition.
Painting the controversial Lincoln Yards property tax subsidy as the most egregious example of the city using public money to bolster wealthy developers at the expense of resource-starved minority neighborhoods,
They met back in 1984, sharing a pod for more than a year inside the DuPage County jail, where both young men were incarcerated for two sensational crimes that shocked Chicago and its suburbs. Thomas then
The 47-story “Cirrus” and 37-story “Cascade” buildings will break ground simultaneously The first of three new high-rises planned for the vacant northeast corner of Chicago’s Lakeshore East community break
Chicago is soaring to new heights As the birthplace of the skyscraper and home to one of the world’s greatest skylines, Chicago is in the midst of reinventing itself with new batch of very tall, high-profile
(CNN) — Anthony Butler thought he was a dead man. The born and raised New Yorker was shot in the head on a street corner in the Bronx in September 2008. In the ambulance, he thought to himself: "Man, is