Photo of money on tablePhoto by Engin Akyurt (Unsplash) Here's some good news, Chicago. The state of Illinois will be sending you a check for $50 per individual and $100 per dependent (with a maximum of three per family). So a family of five will receive the maximum of $400 (if all qualifying children are under 18 years of age). There are some income limitations, please check this source for details. The good news is that the state says a check will come to 90% of residents.
CHICAGO (CBS)-- A man was carjacked in a parked garage in Streeterville Monday morning. The victim told CBS 2 he was just getting off work when someone tried to take his car. Police said it happened around 6:30 a.m. in a garage on McClurg Court and Ontario Street by Northwestern Hospital. "As I'm coming toward my vehicle, they guy's rushing toward me, trying to get into my vehicle, at this point we are rationing for my car," the victim told CBS 2. "As he gets in the vehicle he's trying to take off."Police on the scene said a stolen vehicle from an earlier carjacking just blocks away was used as the getaway car.Though not advised by police, this is what the victim did next with the attempted carjacker at the wheel."I grabbed onto the door, he dragged me with my car," The victim said. "That's when the vehicle hit another car over there, so then he jumps out the passenger side and runs and gets into another vehicle and they take off."The victim said he did suffer some scratches on his hand. Police say you should avoid going after your vehicle during a carjacking.
CHICAGO (CBS) -- Monday is the final day for early voting.We're also closely watching a crowded primary race for governor. The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners said, for the first time, all of the city's early voting sites will be open on Election Day.The board of election said so far, more than 86,000 votes were cast in Chicago. Over 43,000 "vote by mail" ballots have been returned. At least 125,000 people applied to vote by mail.That means more than 81,000 ballots have not yet been sent in.
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Tony Khan apparently had Claudio Castagnoli under contract before any wrestler at AEW knew the Swiss Superman would swing his way into the company. Castagnoli surprised the Chicago crowd at AEW Forbidden Door on Sunday by being Bryan Danielson’s hand-picked opponent for Zack Sabre Jr., getting the victory against the NJPW star. During the post-show media scrum, AEW President Khan was asked by Denise Salcedo about to how Castagnoli became “All Elite.”
CHICAGO - Chicago police are looking for two suspects wanted for robbing a man at gunpoint on the CTA Red Line on Chicago's South Side. On Monday, police released images of the suspects who allegedly flashed a gun and forcefully took the belongings of a 44-year-old man on June 15 at the 69th Street Red Line station.
Election Day for the 2022 Illinois Primary Election is just a day away. And along with local candidates and measures, there are so many important races happening in Illinois this election, including Secretary of State, Governor and more. We've created a tool to help you learn who the representatives are...
I can’t imagine summer in Chicago without the Chosen Few Picnic & Festival, and that’s not just because this grassroots house-music gathering is celebrating its 30th annual installment (plus two years online during the pandemic). It’s also because house music—and Chicago—would be very different if it weren’t for the Chosen Few DJ collective. Chicago’s gay Black nightlife scene birthed house, and the Chosen Few helped turn it into a movement among young Chicagoans of color. At the time, the members of the Chosen Few were part of that demographic: Wayne Williams was still in high school when he founded the crew in 1977. The second permanent member was his stepbrother, Jesse Saunders—in 1984 he’d release what’s widely considered the first house 12-inch, “On and On”—and in 1978 the crew became a “Few” when Tony Hatchett joined. The collective took on four more members in the decades to come, adding Alan King (1980), Tony’s younger brother, Andre (1981), Terry Hunter (2006), and Mike Dunn (2012). The members haven’t all lived in the same place for most of that time, and their annual festival began as an excuse to get everyone together. It helped that the Hatchett family already hosted a reunion picnic behind the Museum of Science and Industry every Fourth of July, and in 1990 the rest of the Chosen Few showed up to spin informal DJ sets.
CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — A judge sentenced a Lake County man to 180 years in prison Friday for killing a woman and two teenage boys found bludgeoned to death in 1998 in a house in northwest Indiana. James H. Higgason III, 52, of Whiting, was sentenced to three terms of 60 years each, to […]
YORKVILLE — A Utica woman was charged for the second time in one week for theft following a larceny at the Aldi on Oriskany Boulevard on Thursday, according to the Yorkville Police Department. Police said Andrea R. Gonzalez, 49, and Jasmine M. Cepeda, 25 — both of Utica —...
My road trip playlist creation skills are rusty, in part because I haven’t been hitting the road as often as I’d like. Maybe I should shake things up a little. But when I do, the tunes need to be hitting. Otherwise, it just won’t be the same.