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Dec 06, 2022

Afternoon Briefing: Person critically injured in extra-alarm Hyde Park fire
Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Why 200,000 people travel each December on foot, by horse and even semitruck to visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines
The Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines hosts the largest gathering of its kind outside Mexico City. Here's why hundreds of thousands of people gather there yearly from Dec. 11-12.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Facebook threatens to remove all news content if bill forcing payments to local media outlets passes
The social media giant made the threat after reports surfaced that the measure, which has stalled in the Senate, would be added to the annual defense authorization bill before Congress.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

CPD issues community alert after string of armed robberies across city
The Monday alert warns residents in the 11th, 12th, 14th, 17th and 25th districts of several early-morning robberies that occurred in early December.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Gary LaPaille, former state Democratic chair, state senator and Madigan chief of staff, dies at 68
Former Illinois Democratic Chair and state Sen. Gary LaPaille, who also was chief of staff for former House Speaker Michael Madigan, has died at 68.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

‘Chuy' García gets $1 million from labor union as race for Chicago mayor enters ballot-challenge phase
By comparison, Lightfoot's single biggest contribution was $500,000 in 2019.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

One person critically injured in overnight extra-alarm fire in Hyde Park : ‘Such a beautiful building'
More than 250 firefighters responded to the 3-11 fire at 5130 S. Kenwood Ave. that neighbors said started around 3 a.m.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

One person critically injured in overnight extra-alarm fire in Hyde Park apartment building
More than 250 firefighters responded to the 3-11 fire at 5130 S. Kenwood Ave. that neighbors said started around 3 a.m.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Photos: Firefighters battle 3-alarm fire in Hyde Park
More than 250 firefighters responded to a 3-11 fire overnight in Hyde Park that left one resident in critical condition, according to the Chicago Fire Department.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Chicago casino won't be a ‘glitzy Las Vegas strip joint' but a ‘series of experiences,' developers say
To appease concerned residents, the design now includes more greenspace road connections to ease traffic congestion.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Daywatch: Will property tax bills be late again next year?
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Car crashes into Morton Grove Culver's restaurant, injuring four people inside
A 2008 Toyota driven by a 79-year-old woman crashed into a Morton Grove Culver's Monday afternoon.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

As more Latinos join trucking industry, devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe fuels their pilgrimage to Des Plaines shrine
"It's like a calling that you get to go visit her," said Maria Vargas, the organizer of the pilgrimage and a trucking company owner.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

16-year-old Lane Tech student earns rare national master chess title
Avi Kaplan has earned the rare title of national master from the U.S. Chess Federation, an accomplishment earned by less than 1% of rated chess players.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

16-year-old Lane Tech student earns rare national master title
Avi Kaplan has earned the rare title of national master from the U.S. Chess Federation, an accomplishment earned by less than 1% of rated chess players.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Will property tax bills be late again next year? Muddy picture frustrates commissioners, offers challenge for fresh faces
The latest tax bill was several months late and, for many, came with the sticker shock of a large increase, in part because of new assessments.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 06, 2022

Young actor with ‘natural talent' among 3 killed following shooting and fatal crash
Xavier Lofton of Bellwood had taken a turn as an actor in an African American-themed web series and short films that have thousands of online subscribers.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Notable deaths of 2022
Here are some of the celebrities and newsmakers who died in 2022.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Sexual harassment allegations led to leadership shake-up at Pontiac prison, inspector general report shows
The hazing and sexual harassment of an employee at Pontiac Correctional Center in 2018 led to a shakeup of the maximum security prison's top staff last year, according to an inspector general report.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Lincoln Park High School's ex-principal was fired amid scandal in 2020. His lawsuit against Chicago Public Schools over his ouster went to trial Monday.
John Thuet's reputation was so damaged that he has not been able to get work in education, his lawyer said during opening statements Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Father grew volatile, erratic leading up to Buffalo Grove family's deaths: ‘So many red flags'
Autopsies showed the cause of death for all five family members to be from "sharp force injuries," the Lake County coroner's office said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Kirstie Alley, Emmy winning star of ‘Cheers' and ‘Look Who's Talking,' dies at 71 of cancer
Kirstie Alley, a two-time Emmy-winning actor who rose to fame with her role as Rebecca Howe in the NBC comedy series "Cheers," has died after a battle with cancer. She was 71.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

‘So many red flags': Evidence indicates father killed family found dead in their Buffalo Grove home, officials say
Autopsies showed the cause of death for all five family members to be from "sharp force injuries," the Lake County coroner's office said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

5 candidates for Chicago mayor — but not Lightfoot — face challenges that could knock them off the February ballot
Candidates Willie Wilson also faces a claim by challenger Ja'Mal Green that Wilson's main residence is in the suburbs.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Amtrak resumes full service on line that includes Homewood stop
Homewood and Amtrak officials marked the full resumption of daily rail service Monday at Homewood's historic train station, which underwent a $15 million rehab.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

2 people dead following crash Sunday on La Grange Road near Palos Park
2 people were killed and four taken to hospitals Sunday following an accident on La Grange Road near Palos Park.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Police: One dead after three-car wreck caused by sneezing fit
One person died late Friday afternoon in a three-vehicle crash in Liberty Township that police said was caused by a driver having a sneezing fit.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Body found in the Fox River in Carpentersville Monday identified as missing Algonquin woman
The body recovered Monday morning from the Fox River in Carpentersville has been positively identified by the Kane County Coroner's Office as that of an Algonquin woman reported missing Sunday.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Afternoon Briefing: Dad likely carried out Buffalo Grove murder-suicide, officials say
Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Uber to pay millions to Chicago restaurants in settlement agreement with city
The settlement results from a two-year investigation by the city into alleged misconduct on Uber's meal delivery platforms.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Family pleads for help to find missing man, 83, from Berwyn. ‘We're faltering,' wife says.
Jose G. Arevalo, 83, was last seen Thursday shortly after 12:30 p.m. at their home near 19th Street and Scoville Avenue in Berwyn, his family said. He was wearing a green flannel shirt, jeans, a Cubs hat and black shoes.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Evidence shows father killed family found dead in their Buffalo Grove home, officials say
Autopsies showed the cause of death for all five family members to be from "sharp force injuries," the Lake County coroner's office said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Longtime Marian Catholic science teacher Vince Zerante dies at 70
Vince Zerante, an Evergreen Park resident for more than 40 years, was a science teacher for 44 years at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Chicago homicides in 2022: 640 people have been slain. Here's how that compares with previous years.
Maps and charts showing where and when homicides took place in the city during 2022, with race, sex and age of the victims.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Photos: Truck caravan Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
More than 100 truck drivers and their families participated in a caravan from Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines on Dec. 3, 2022, ahead of the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, which takes place on Dec. 12.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Photos: Truck caravan to shrine
More than 100 truck drivers and their families participated in a caravan from Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines on Dec. 3, 2022, ahead of the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, which takes place on Dec. 12.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Photos: Truck caravan to Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe
More than 100 truck drivers and their families participated in a caravan from Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines on Dec. 3, 2022, ahead of the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, which takes place Dec. 12.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Dan Ryan Expressway fiery crash kills 1, injures another
A semi-truck and a car burst into flames after crashing on the Dan Ryan Expressway, killing one and injuring another early Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Fiery Dan Ryan Expressway crash kills 1, injures another
A semitrailer and a car burst into flames after colliding on the Dan Ryan Expressway, killing one and injuring another early Monday.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Bob McGrath, ‘Sesame Street' legend and Illinois native, dies at 90
Bob McGrath, an actor, musician and children's author widely known for his portrayal of one of the first regular characters on the children's show "Sesame Street" has died at the age of 90.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Bob McGrath, ‘Sesame Street' legend, dies at 90
Bob McGrath, an actor, musician and children's author widely known for his portrayal of one of the first regular characters on the children's show "Sesame Street" has died at the age of 90.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Daywatch: Can tiny homes combat homelessness? Lightfoot hopes so.
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

The nonprofit IMAN turned 25. A new gallery exhibit looks at its successes with an eye toward the future.
The Inner-City Muslim Action Network commemorated 25 years of community work by launching a mixed-use art gallery and community space.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

He was part of the original Jesse White Tumblers. Now 60, he's a life coach in Roseland, seeking to forge paths for others.
Richard Blackmon's own career as a guide and an educator has been full of twists and turns. And the influence of one particular teacher in his life can be traced back to some of his earliest years.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

How the Chicago City Council election is shaping up: Who's facing steep competition, and who's getting a free pass
With a new ward map and many open seats, the City Council could look very different after the Feb. 28 election.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 05, 2022

Can tiny homes combat homelessness in Chicago? Lightfoot's new budget follows lead of other cities
The 500-square-foot tiny homes will comprise a "micro-neighborhood" of two to five city-owned lots, with about two to four homes per lot.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

Prosecutors: Car club member accused of fatally shooting another member outside Advocate Christ Medical Center
Marques Rose, 36, of the 8100 block of South Winchester, has been charged with one count of first-degree murder in the killing of 28-year-old Rockford resident Brandon McGee.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

In 24 hours, fundraiser for Buffalo Grove family found dead Wednesday raises more than $50,000 goal
A GoFundMe fundraiser has raised more than its $50,000 goal in less than 24 hours to cover funeral, transportation and burial costs for the woman and two children who were found dead in their Buffalo Grove home Wednesday.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

Chicago man arrested in Saturday shooting outside Advocate Christ Medical Center
Marques Rose, 36, of the 8100 block of South Winchester, has been charged with one count of first-degree murder in the killing of 28-year-old Rockford resident Brandon McGee.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

Confronted by GOP critics and confused constituents, Democrats made fixes to their sweeping criminal justice law
After months of blistering attacks from Republicans, Democratic lawmakers came together during the final legislative session of the year to approve changes aimed at clarifying their criminal justice overhaul.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

50 years ago, a plane crashed into homes outside Midway, killing 45 people. The neighborhood hasn't forgotten.
Fifty years after the crash of United Flight 553 outside Midway much has changed at the airport and in commercial aviation.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

Fifty years ago, a plane crashed into homes outside Midway, killing 45 people. The neighborhood hasn't forgotten.
Fifty years after the crash of United Flight 553 outside Midway much has changed at the airport and in commercial aviation.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 04, 2022

Illinois' gun debate: Legislation, litigation and emotion fuel one of the state's most polarizing conflicts
In November, Illinois elected many legislators backed by state and national gun safety groups, but the entrenched and polarizing debate over guns is expected to remain intense, playing out in the General Assembly as well as the state's courtrooms.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

Fatal shooting outside Christ Medical Center linked to Chicago's Auburn Gresham double-homicide, officials say
Four people fatally wounded in two separate overnight shootings on the West and South sides.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

Blue Island man falls from Dan Ryan Expressway and dies after multi-car crash, police say
A man fell from the Dan Ryan Expressway Saturday and died after stopping near a four-car crash, Illinois State Police say.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

CPS removes Dunbar principal after alleged misconduct sparks investigation
Dunbar Vocational Career Academy Principal Gerald Morrow and another school administrator were removed Friday after misconduct allegations made against them.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

4 fatally shot on West, South sides, police say
Four people fatally wounded in two separate overnight shootings on the West and South sides.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

4 victims fatally wounded in overnight violence on West, South sides, police say
Four victims were fatally wounded in two separate overnight shootings on the West and South sides, Chicago police said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

Brad William Henke, football player turned ‘Orange Is the New Black' star, dies at 56
The former defensive lineman "died peacefully in his sleep" on Tuesday, his agent, Sheree Cohen, said Friday. No cause of death was provided.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

Officials issue wind advisory warning of gusty conditions Saturday morning for parts of Illinois and Indiana
National weather service officials issued a wind advisory Saturday morning cautioning of gusty winds capable of reaching up to 45 mph in portions of northeast Illinois and northwest Indiana.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb hospitalized with pneumonia
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has been hospitalized for treatment of pneumonia but his office says he is responding well. Holcomb's press secretary said Friday the 54-year-old governor was diagnosed with pneumonia after going to a doctor on Thursday believing he was ill with the flu.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 03, 2022

Two in speeding car killed in fiery South Side crash that left nearly a dozen others hurt are identified: officials
Tyrone Rogers, 19, and Kanye Larkin, 17, were killed in the crash that caused 10 other people to be transported to hospitals, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Two in speeding car killed in fiery South Side crash that left nearly a dozen others hurt identified: officials
Tyrone Rogers, 19, and Kanye Larkin, 17, were killed in the crash that caused 10 other people to be transported to hospitals, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Two in speeding car killed in fiery South Side car crash that left nearly a dozen others hurt identified: officials
Tyrone Rogers, 19, and Kanye Larkin, 17, were killed in the crash that caused 10 other people to be transported to hospitals, the Cook County medical examiner's office said.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Tulips, bikes and egalitarian bosses: Some Chicagoans dream of moving to Netherlands, the U.S. soccer team's opponent in Saturday's World Cup game
The U.S. is among the top nations whose citizens go to Netherlands for work or study.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Tulips, bikes and egalitarian bosses: Some Chicagoans dream of moving to Netherlands, the US soccer team's next World Cup opponent
The U.S. is among the top nations whose citizens go to Netherlands for work or study.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Democrats knock Iowa out of top presidential nominating spot; Illinois won't get early state status
Michigan is expected to be the Midwest representative among the first five states selecting the 2024 Democratic presidential nominee.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

One stabbing victim released from hospital after three found stabbed and bleeding in home near Crete
A 66-year-old woman who was stabbed in her home near Crete was released from the hospital Friday, but her husband and a man police say initiated the attack remain in critical condition with stab wounds, according to the Will County sheriff's office.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Homewood brewpub ‘a work of love,' mother of late rapper Juice Wrld says at groundbreaking
Carmela Wallace, mother of the late Jarad Higgins, known as Juice Wrld, envisions her Homewood brewpub featuring art work and musical performances.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Lansing man survives crash that flipped truck over Indiana Toll Road
A Lansing, Illinois, man is alive after being found clinging to a bridge support when his truck caught fire after careening over a toll-road bridge and landing in the Grand Calumet River.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Betty Blum, who interviewed architects as part of oral history project at Art Institute, dies at 91
Betty Blum interviewed dozens of architects whose work had an impact on the Chicago area for an oral history project through the Art Institute of Chicago.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

CTA benefits specialist charged with using phony retiree death information to loot $350,000 from pension plan
A Chicago Transit Authority retirement specialist has been indicted on federal charges alleging she used phony beneficiary information for dozens of recently deceased retirees to steal more than $350,000.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Afternoon Briefing: The latest from the Buffalo Grove case
Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

A driver shortage has been driving up Uber prices, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says
Chicago will likely be "a bigger and bigger part" of Uber's workforce, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said during an appearance in the city.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Death of fifth family member in Buffalo Grove case also due to ‘sharp force' injuries, coroner says
Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek on Friday said an autopsy on a fifth person found dead in a Buffalo Grove home on this week showed their death was also a result of sharp-force injuries following a "domestic-related incident."

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Federal and state lawmakers continue push for gun-control measures in wake of Highland Park mass shooting: ‘We are going to get it done'
As the legislation awaits a vote in the U.S. Senate, Schneider said additional laws are needed to reduce gun violence from mass shootings to suicides after five people were gunned down at a Colorado Springs nightclub and seven at a Chesapeake, Virginia Walmart in late November.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Couple stabbed, third person found injured, in home near Crete, sheriff says
Will County sheriff deputies responded at 6:41 p.m. Thursday to the 2600 block of Shady Grove Court in unincorporated Will County near Crete for a report of a shooting, but instead found three people apparently cut and stabbed with a knife.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 02, 2022

Daywatch: Illinois Democrats file bill to ban assault weapons
Good morning, Chicago. Here are some of the top stories you need to know to start your day.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Illinois House Democrats unveil proposal to ban assault weapons, high-capacity magazines in response to Highland Park mass shooting
Democrats in the Illinois House filed a bill that would to ban assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines and eliminate the ability for most people under 21 to obtain a gun permit in the state.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Democratic state legislators approve changes to SAFE-T Act, GOP still blasts law as a ‘misguided, confusing scheme'
The Democratic-controlled Illinois legislature approved a series of changes to year-and-a-half-old criminal justice reform law just one month before some of its key provisions are slated to take effect.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Photos: lawmakers make changes to SAFE-T Act
Lawmakers make changes to the criminal justice reform law known as the SAFE-T Act, just one month before some of its key provisions, including a controversial measure to eliminate cash bail, are slated to take effect.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Chicago police leaders say applications have increased in 2022 amid national cop staffing shortage
Chicago police still pressing to fill officer vacancies amid national shortage of recruits, though leaders see progress.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

MSI welcomes another piece of space travel history to its collection with the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft
Visitors crowded around the museum's front lawn Thursday to see the Dragon before it headed to the Henry Crown Space Center, where the permanent exhibit will open to the public in spring 2023.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

A Matteson Dollar Tree faces a federal fine for allegedly endangering workers
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposes a fine of more than $364,000 against a Matteson Dollar Tree store.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Divorce, financial issues preceded deaths of 5 - including two children - in Buffalo Grove that police are investigating as domestic violence
Neighbors are stunned a day after five people were found dead in a "domestic-related incident" in the Chicago suburb.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Divorce, financial issues preceded deaths of 5 — including two children — in Buffalo Grove that police are investigating as domestic violence
Neighbors remained stunned a day after five people were found dead in a "domestic-related incident" in the Chicago suburb.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Vintage Chicago Tribune: Chicago's longest-serving alderman — Edward Burke — bows out
Vintage Chicago Tribune offers a look back at events, places and people involved in shaping Chicago's past, present and future, in ways both small and big.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Report released 5 months after Highland Park shooting makes gun safety recommendations for Illinois
The report recommends barring gun permits — even with sponsorship — for minors, banning high-capacity magazines and strengthening the red flag law.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

National report released 5 months after Highland Park shooting makes gun safety recommendations for Illinois
The report recommends barring gun permits — even with sponsorship — for minors, banning high-capacity magazines and strengthening the red flag law.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Matteson man who allegedly used social media to groom teen girls in Chicago area and Texas charged
Brendon Brown, 27, of Matteson, is alleged to have used social media to "groom" two teen girls, one in the Chicago area and one in Texas, over a span of multiple years.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Photos: SpaceX Dragon 1 spacecraft arrives at MSI
The Museum of Science and Industry shows the arrival of a SpaceX Dragon 1 spacecraft.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Barack Obama heads to Georgia as Raphael Warnock seeks big early vote advantage
The former president will campaign with Warnock on the eve of the final day of early voting.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Trump Organization's criminal tax fraud trial wraps up with closing arguments
Donald Trump's company "cultivated a culture of fraud and deception" by lavishing luxe perks on executives and falsifying records to hide the compensation, a prosecutor told jurors Thursday during closing arguments at the Trump Organization's criminal tax fraud trial.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Michael Feingold, forceful drama critic and Chicago native, dies at 77
HIs writing about the theater was a fixture of The Village Voice for decades.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Illinois Senate approves changes to SAFE-T Act, which now go to House
The Illinois Senate approved a series of changes to year-and-a-half-old criminal justice reform law just one month before some of its key provisions, are slated to take effect.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Afternoon Briefing: What we know about a Buffalo Grove ‘domestic-related incident'
Good afternoon, Chicago. Here's what is happening today.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Photos: 5 dead in Buffalo Grove
Police tape surrounds a house in the 2800 block of Acacia Terrace in Buffalo Grove on Dec. 1, 2022, where five people were found dead.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Timeline: Edward Burke, Chicago's longest-serving alderman, is leaving City Council with a federal trial pending
Here's a look at the 14th Ward alderman's career, indictment and upcoming trial.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Watch live: Officials give update after 5 found dead in Buffalo Grove
Officials are holding a news conference Thursday afternoon to provide an update on a "domestic-related incident" in Buffalo Grove where two children were among the five people found dead in a home.

Chicago Tribune
Dec 01, 2022

Chicago man charged with attacking cops, using metal railing to ram doors of US Capitol in Jan. 6 riot
A Chicago man who earned the online moniker #Railmixer after being seen allegedly using a metal railing to ram the doors of the U.S. Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot has been charged.

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