Sunday, December 4, 2016

Guns and Chicago Homicides: What Can be Done?

From the City Club of Chicago:  Lawmakers and Law enforcement talk about the shocking rise of murders in Chicago's South and West sides, where...

COST OF SODA, SWEET TEAS, CAPPUCCINOS TO GO UP IN COOK...

  On Thursday, Nov 10, the Cook Co Board passed the One-Cent per ounce "Soda Tax" by 1 vote today, with Board President Toni Preckwinkle...

Fmr Chicago Police Supt, Garry McCarthy on “Culture of Non-compliance” Toward...

From the City Club of Chicago: former Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy gives an address on what he sees as a "growing culture of...

Chicago to Add Nearly 1,000 New Police Officers to Combat Rise...

Chicago:   Chicago Police Superintendent, Eddie Johnson announced on September 21, that the City plans to add nearly 1,000 new police officers to the...

Incredible Display of US Flags in St. Louis, Honors the Fallen...

Art Hill, in St Louis... in 1904 on this spot, there was a grand stairway going down the hill, during the World's Fair. Today, at...

Scott AFB Cyber Security Center Opens to Combat the On-Going Cyber...

From Scott AFB in Illinois:  Gov Rauner and Sen Dick Durbin, are among the dignitaries dedicating the new Cyber Security Center, which will be...

Cutting Costs, Raising Revenues: The Future of Chicago’s Budget & Finances

From the City Club of Chicago:  Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and Chicago's Budget Director, discuss their efforts to reduce the city's budget deficit.  We hear...

Are Chicago’s Finances at the Brink?

From the City Club of Chicago:  A panel, including columnist John Kass, and Lawrence Msall, of the Civic Federation, discuss the growing financial strain...

US Attorney’s Office, FBI, Chicago Police, ATF, Engage in Major Gang...

From Chicago: Zack Fardon, the US Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, today announced a major "gang take-down" in combination with various law...

Chicago Homicides: What Can Be Done ?

From the City Club of Chicago:  We hear a panel discussion on the on-going violence and high number of murders happening in the poor...

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Historian Mark DePue: Preserving Illinois’ Oral History

From the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library:  We talk with historian and fmr military officer, Mark DePue on his work of conducting indepth oral history...

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