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Wheaton College students sue city, say rights to free speech, religious liberty were violated by guards booting them from Millennium Park, restricting access

Lincoln Yards lawsuit dismissed by judge, activists vow to keep fighting for TIF reform

Jurors hear opening statements at trial into slaying of 9-year-old Tyshawn Lee

Woman who posted bond for R. Kelly can’t get her $100K back, judge rules

Judge dismisses lawsuit to block Lincoln Yards TIF, says groups lack standing

Editorial: Choosing Cook County judges, Justice Ginsburg reminds us, should not be a popularity contest

The Postal Service has been charging 55 cents for first-class mail since January. But an appeals court just rejected that price hike.

Editorial: Why did Chicago pay lawyers $213 million to defend police misconduct cases?

$9.5M city settlement triggered by bike accident on Hyde Park street

Legal miscalculation in police code of silence case costs Chicago $4.5 million