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Chicago has always been a sanctuary city, and better for it. Immigration has been at the core of Chicago's economic vitality and population growth.
I have been going to Paris since 1954, and it was the first monument this Jewish kid sought out.
"She [Antoinette Brown] was definitely an awesome person," said Doryan Welch, the store manager at Save-A-Lot on East 83rd Street.
Unlike some renditions of the crowd-pleasing musical, this one displays deep empathy for the dancers.
The six biggest banks have been fined $181 billion. But minority communities that were hardest hit haven't benefitted from the settlements.
Officer Brian Chelich, 41, is charged with a misdemeanor count of domestic battery, according to a statement from the Porter County sheriff’s office.
"We're all looking at pictures. . . . We were in a packed restaurant and there was this eerie feeling," Christine Eischen said.
This was the 22nd year Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois — which has 48 centers across the state — has organized the mitzvah parade.
Cappleman stretched his lead over Lalonde to 30 votes —7,079 to 7,049 — while Rodriguez Sanchez saw her lead over Mell shrink to 13 votes.
The meeting will be the first since the musicians rejected a contract offer April 8.
Prosecutors say Jerrell Dorsey was shooting at a member of a rival gang on a hot July night in 2012.
Lyft pulled 3,000 “pedal-assist” electric bikes from three cities after riders “experienced stronger than expected braking force on the front wheel."
An attorney for the retirees said without the subsidy, premiums are "$2,000 individually a month, $4,000 for a couple, almost $6,000 for a family."
Most states collect overdue parking fines without relying on driver's license suspension. Illinois should do the same with the License to Work Act.
Nihmar Smith was last seen on Feb. 28 and is the subject of a child protection warrant that was issued March 1, according to Chicago police.