The Chicago mayoral runoff contenders come out swinging as Brandon Johnson knocks Paul Vallas’ record and Vallas says Johnson’s math doesn’t add up.
Less than 24 hours after Mayor Lori Lightfoot concedes, her controversial police superintendent resigns.
City Council will have a new look after a big aldermanic exodus. Longtime alderperson Carrie Austin (34th Ward), who is facing corruption charges, resigns. John Lausch — the man who pursued charges against her, outgoing Ald. Ed Burke and convicted former Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson — resigns.
In sports, the Blackhawks trade Patrick Kane to the New York Rangers, leaving a legacy here as one of the greatest of all time. The Bears scout possible draft picks at the NFL Combine, but with Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter turning himself in to police, the team turns attention to Will Anderson. And the Northwestern men’s basketball team losing games with tourney ahead.
Craig Dellimore, WBBM Newsradio | @CraigDellimore
Greg Pratt, Chicago Tribune | @RoyalPratt
A.D. Quig, Chicago Tribune | @AD_Quig
Phil Thompson, Chicago Tribune | @_Phil_Thompson
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