Roberto Uribe, 55, pled guilty to attempted extortion. He is scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 2.
The new policy will be in place for Game 6 of the National League Championship Series Saturday.
A 16-year-old boy wounded in an Auburn Gresham shooting was among the victims.
"It's heartbreaking. We need to connect," said a member of a Facebook group for solo seniors.
The tradition started at Wrigley Field back in 1937.
The Chicago Park District disabled the water fountain after it tested positive for elevated lead levels.
The incident took place by 44th Street and Paulina Avenue, police said.
A last-minute tentative agreement reached Oct. 10 averted the second teachers strike in four years.
Bombings, murders, voter fraud — Chicago's elections haven't always been the, uh, most ethical affairs.
Ald. Michele Smith wondered why applicants can't use "this thing called the internet" to apply.
Cochran denied he inappropriately paid himself $150,000 from his campaign fund.
The tentative two-year contract caps class sizes at 32 students, raises pay.
"This is not a Chicago election in the era of your parents or grandparents," an official said.
Two robbers have targeted small retail stores and cellphone stores, police said.
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