A years-long effort by the Norfolk Southern Railway to double the size of its storage yard in Englewood finally got signal clearance.
Under a new policy announced Tuesday, Chicago Police officers will get at least one day off every week. The policy was announced approximately 24 hours after the inspector general released an analysis that determined that more than 1,000 officers were scheduled to work 11 or more consecutive days between April 1 and May 31.
Despite the watchdog's findings, Chicago officials insisted that ComEd was responsible for the outages.
ComEd officials said they were not responsible for the outages on May 6 and May 25 at the Roseland Pumping Station.