Supt. Eddie Johnson said the bill should put repeat gun offenders on notice that they will go to prison.
David Purnell was acquitted of all charges after being arrested Jan. 1, 2014.
Donovan was on his way with his family to get Christmas haircuts in December 2013 when he was killed.
Murals, sculptures and installations will be unveiled in each of Chicago's 50 wards by the end of 2017.
Metra is reconsidering portions of the new electric line schedule after community meetings.
Friends of the White City will hold the tours every Saturday through October.
Decisions about road closures likely are already made if projects are to start on time.
Orr, 72, who served 39 years in elected positions, will become a fellow at the University of Chicago.
Joseph Hazley allegedly took Desiree Robinson, 16, to have sex with a man, who then killed her.
The Obama Foundation wants to redo the Jackson Park field house, but has said little about who's paying.
The inspector general's office reviewed 300,000 emails during the probe.
The full City Council is expected to approve the crackdown at its meeting Wednesday.
The clock was derided as "tacky" by one aldermen. Activists criticized the 3-minute proposed limit.
Most recently, a woman was shot to death in an apparent murder-suicide on the Skyway.
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