Sircie Varnado, 46, was unarmed when the drugstore employee shot and killed her after suspecting her of stealing. No files have been charged in her death.
Since 2001, nearly 51 women, mostly African-American, were strangled or asphyxiated on the south and west sides. The Chicago Police Department is finally reviewing those deaths to see if they are connected.
The 56-year-old is also the first openly gay candidate to be mayor of the Windy City.
Each of the 16 charges carries with it a possible sentence of probation to four years in prison.
(UPDATE, Feb. 25, 2019:) On Monday evening, R. Kelly posted bail after spending the weekend in a Chicago jail on sex abuse charges. According to CBS News, he was arrested last Friday “and charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving four victims, three of whom were minors.” The allegations date back to 1998 […]
***Update*** After being released on $100,000 bond, Jussie Smollett returned to the Empire set and reportedly offered his co-stars little explanation. He reportedly paraphrased his lawyer’s statement. Fox announced today that Jussie has been cut from the final two episodes of Empire after defending the actor prior to his arrest. “Jussie has been an important […]
Candice Payne, 34, wanted to ensure that the Windy City's displaced residents had a safe place to stay during the record-low temps.
***Update*** Police released surveillance footage of two persons of interest who are wanted in connection with the brutal and possible hate crime committed against Jussie Smollett. Authorities have reportedly gone through hours of footage, but have not come across the actual incident. Even Agent Orange condemned the attack on Smollett, telling the White House press, […]
Chicago native Jasmin Ford was working two jobs, seven days a weeks to keep her household afloat.