Supt. Eddie Johnson was diagnosed with a kidney disease 32 years ago.
The holiday weekend typically marks the start of Chicago's bloodiest months.
African-American leaders are alarmed over reports that Illinois leads nation in black unemployment.
It's the third in a series of violent home invasions in the area.
The U-Haul report comes after the Census Bureau said Chicago lost 8,638 in population last year.
Kayin Wise, 18, pinned an officer between two cars, seriously injuring him, police said.
Ald. Lopez slammed the flyers found in Pullman, Roseland and on the West Side.
Oscar López Rivera, who spent decades in jail, returned to Humboldt Park Thursday.
A thief or thieves hit the couple and stole a purse from the home, police said.
Fresh fruit and granola bars, among other snacks, are sold at LEARN Campbell School on the West Side.
Paul Anderson and Leonard Anthony were previously convicted of attempted murder in the 2003 case.
A judge ruled that city officials must allow members of the public to weigh in at Council meetings.
The measure, which would go into effect in 2023, now heads to the Illinois Senate.
Chicago officials expect the number of air travelers during Memorial Day weekend to jump 2 percent.
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