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Emanuel Adminstration Announces New Coordinated Gang-Reduction and Neighborhood Safety Strategies

Ahead of Summer Months, New Crime Reduction Strategies Announced to Tackle Gang Violence And Integrate Responses to Problem Businesses, Aiming to Reduce Crime in Chicago’s Neighborhoods continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Announces Partnership with DePaul and Loyola to Improve Lake View and Senn High School

DePaul Signs on as 4-Year College Partner for Early College STEM Program at Lake View; Loyola Offers Teacher Training and Curriculum Support as Senn Transitions to Wall-to-Wall IB Program continue reading »

You Could be Eligible for a Refund from Skechers for Shape-Ups, Other Shoes

Did you buy Skechers Shape-ups, Resistance Runner, Toners, or Tone-ups shoes? You may be eligible for a refund. The Federal Trade Commission, the nation's continue reading »

Security Restrictions and Transportation Plan for the 2012 NATO Summit in Chicago May 20-21

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is hosting its 25th summit in Chicago, Illinois on May 20-21, 2012. Leaders from NATO member countries are scheduled to attend the two-day event. continue reading »

Community Wrap-Around Strategy Creates Strong Blocks/Safe Communities

Part of Anti-Gang Strategy to Diminish the Impact of Gangs, Guns, and Drugs; Build and Sustain Economically Vibrant Communities and Strong Families continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Releases First-Year Progress Report

First-Year Report and Website Offer Greater Access to City Government, Hold Leaders Accountable and Allow Chicagoans to Provide Public Feedback. Mayor Rahm Emanuel released a comprehensive report detailing continue reading »

Latina Bride Still Wearing Wedding Dress Found Murdered in Bathtub

Estrella Carrera, 26, should have been enjoying the happiest time of her life with her Friday wedding just concluded but instead she was found stabbed to death in a bathtub, still wearing her wedding dress. continue reading »

COMMUNITY ALERT: White or Hispanic Men Wanted for Deering Robberies

This alert gives notice to residents of the 9th District (Deering) of robberies that occurred during the month of April. In the reported incidents, victims were approached while walking and their property was taken by force or threat of force. Incident times and locations are listed below: continue reading »

Gutierrez: May 12 Citizenship Workshop With Special Guest Mayor Rahm Emanuel

Public Service Announcement on Univision Features Congressman and Mayor Inviting Participation In Spanish. Today, Congressman Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) will hold a citizenship workshop in Chicago on Saturday, continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: After Night Out Drinking Illinois Father Burns Son With Iron Over Missing Dollar

An Illinois father has been arrested after he allegedly burned his son’s face because he believed the boy stole a dollar bill from him. Police say 35-year-old Josue Marinque of Joliet came home Sunday continue reading »

(Logan Square) 50th Anniversary Congress “Celebrate the Past and Envision the Future

Anna Easter is nearing 99 years old. For more than half of her life she has been involved with LSNA. She reports that her favorite meeting was about 20 years ago when we gave the 14th District Commander a “report card” – LSNA’s way of letting him know we weren’t happy with his job. continue reading »

BUSINESS ALERT: Wanted for Armed Robbery 8th District (Chicago Lawn)

This alert gives notice to taxi businesses that robbery incidents targeting taxi drivers have occurred during the month of May. In the reported incidents, the offender has hailed or called a cab on the north side of Chicago in the early morning hours. continue reading »

Madigan: IL Receives $20 Million in Landmark Settlements with Abbott Labs

Abbott to Pay $1.6 Billion Over National Civil, Criminal Claims of Illegal Marketing of Depakote. Attorney General Lisa Madigan joined her federal counterparts, 44 other states and the District of Columbia in announci continue reading »

Mayor Emanuel Announces Success of Ordinance Ensuring Banks Do Their Part to Protect Neighborhoods

Mayor Emanuel and Alderman Pat Dowell Announce Success of Chicago's Vacant Properties Ordinance in Ensuring Banks Do Their Part to Protect Chicago's Neighborhoods. continue reading »

Guzzardi Concedes to Berrios in 39th District State Representative Race

On Monday, Will Guzzardi conceded in his 39th District State Representative race against Rep. Maria Berrios (D-Chicago). Guzzardi opted not to challenge his March 20th Democratic primary defeat in Cook County Circuit Court. continue reading »

United Neighborhood Organization (UNO) Names School After Acclaimed Writer,Author Esmeralda Santiago

Esmeralda Santiago, a critically acclaimed Puerto Rican author and writer, will be in Chicago to have a public school named in her honor. The United Neighborhood Organization (UNO) operates the school, which is located in the heart of Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood. continue reading »

Howard Buffett Announces ‘Invest an Acre’ Program in Decatur, Discusses Immigration Reform

Warren Buffett's son Howard, who is a Decatur, IL farmer, recently announced the Invest an Acre partnership with Feeding America, and Archer Midland Company. The partner ship between the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, Feeding Americ continue reading »

2 Illinois Women Plead Guilty to Selling Counterfeit Goods

More than $1 million fake brand name purses, wallets, sunglasses sold; MSRP of more than $1.6 million. Two Central Illinois women have pleaded guilty of conspiracy continue reading »

COMMUNITY ALERT: Deceptive Practice: Fraud/Confidence Game Targeting Senior Citizens

Senior Citizen Residents of the 4th, 5th, 6th and 22nd Districts should be aware of Deceptive Practice: Fraud/Confidence Games occurring in their area. About This Crime - Offenders gain entry by ringing the doorbell or knockin continue reading »

Jennifer Hudson Testifies at Murder Trial of Man Suspected of Killing 3 Members of Her Family

Monday, singer and actress Jennifer Hudson took the stand in a Cook County court room for the trial of the man accused of killing multiple members of her family. continue reading »