The Illinois Supreme Court upholds the state’s sweeping gun ban by a 4-3 decision. Meanwhile, Vice President Kamala Harris tells a Chicago audience of activists that their generation can end gun violence.
More testimony in the perjury and obstruction trial of former House Speaker Mike Madigan’s confidant, Tim Mapes, who ran the Illinois Democratic Party. Mapes faces up to 25 years if found guilty.
Mayor Brandon Johnson will announce a decision for Chicago’s next police superintendent.
Rocky Wirtz remembered by a veritable who’s who of politicians and Blackhawks.
The Northwestern University football leadership wear “tone deaf” t-shirts supporting fired coach Pat Fitzgerald. Meanwhile, the university faces another lawsuit brought by a women’s lacrosse player.
The Cubs are red hot, and the White Sox clash with each other as the season implodes.
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