Both the Civilian Office of Police Accountability and the Chicago Police Department’s Bureau of Internal Affairs are investigating sexual misconduct allegations between officers at the 10th District and at least one migrant who was housed there.
Mayor Brandon Johnson is waiting to decide on NASCAR’s future as alderpeople also want a say. The mayor’s transition team presents a robust transition plan promising inclusivity in governing. And Johnson cleans house at the Chicago School Board.
Chicago Police Department brass attribute the lower number of holiday murders to flooding rains.
Meanwhile, Chicagoans are still cleaning up from the flash flooding and reeling from record heat and the poor air quality caused by Canadian wildfires.
Highland Park remembers the 4th of July parade shooting victims and celebrates the holiday under tight security as some Americans rethink large gatherings.
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