The footage of a Memphis traffic stop that led to Tyre Nichols’ death has been released. His family is asking for peaceful protests as five former officers are charged with second-degree murder.
The Chicago mayoral race is tightening, and candidates are duking it out over crime and ethics.
More lawsuits are filed in both federal and McHenry County Circuit Court against the state’s assault weapons ban.
Sixteen Chicago City Council wards in play this election season as embattled Ald. Jim Gardiner (45th Ward) in ethics trouble again.
The National Archives puts out a call for former presidents and vice presidents to search for classified material after former Vice President Mike Pence turned over confidential documents. Meanwhile, Pence’s former boss, former President Donald Trump, is reinstated to Facebook and Instagram after a two-year ban.
And Chicago remembers WXRT’s beloved DJ Lin Brehmer.
Tahman Bradley, WGN-TV | @TahmanBradley
Sarah Schulte, ABC 7 News | @SchulteABC7
Heather Cherone, WTTW News | @HeatherCherone
Sasha-Ann Simons, WBEZ | @SashaAnnSimons
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