Chicago Mayor Lightfoot Defends Record Against Multiple Rivals At First Debate

The Windy City’s 56th mayor will soon face voters in a field of nine candidates.

Congressman Jonathan Jackson Endorses Underdog Brandon Johnson in Chicago Mayor’s Race

The son of Rev. Jesse Jackson says he respects all the progressives in the race, but supports a fellow former teacher over a longtime politico.

Chicago Attorney Caught On Zoom Using Racial Slur During Virtual Court Proceeding

Donna Makowski used the n-word.

5 Quintessential Tracks By Common

Get through the midweek blues with some introspective and incredible songs by one of Hip Hop’s best to ever do it.

Chicago Names Street For High School Basketball Legend Killed in 1984

Ben Wilson, widely noted as being the best high school player in the nation was shot and killed at the height of his prowess.

America’s Four Largest Cities Will Be Led By Black Mayors

The historic achievement will occur when Rep. Karen Bass is sworn in as mayor Los Angeles

Chicago Principal Suspended Over Nazi Costume Uproar

Jones College Prep High School student wore a German soldier’s uniform to school on Halloween.

Chicago Police Solve Murder Of Popular Street Journalist But Suspects Not Prosecuted

A controversial legal principle called ‘mutual combatants’ may have played a role in allowing Zack Stoner’s accused killers to walk free.

Chicago Police Supervisor Steps Down After Probe Into His Racist Facebook Posts

An investigation found that Lt. John Cannon’s Facebook posts shows that he disrespects the communities he swore to serve.