Ashlee Rezin, Chicago Sun-Times

Ashlee Rezin

Chicago Sun-Times

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Cher delivers razzle-dazzle at the United Center — PHOTO GALLERY

The Oscar-winning singer brought her Here We Go Again tour to Chicago Friday night. → Read More

Cher delivers razzle-dazzle at the United Center — PHOTO GALLERY

The Oscar-winning singer brought her Here We Go Again tour to Chicago Friday night. → Read More

Firefighters battle NW Side blaze for over 2 hours; no injuries reported

Chicago Fire Department firefighters battled a house fire for more than two hours in subzero temperatures Thursday afternoon in Belmont Cragin. → Read More

Firefighters battle NW Side blaze for over 2 hours; no injuries reported

Chicago Fire Department firefighters battled a house fire for more than two hours in subzero temperatures Thursday afternoon in Belmont Cragin. → Read More

Cop cover-up trial Day 1: Defense questions if detective ever made critical call

A medical examiner's investigator testifies that then-Det. David March told him that McDonald "lunged at" an officer with a knife. → Read More

Activist’s art project analyzes Chicago’s segregation in ‘Folded Map’ project

The project is a visual investigation of Chicago's communities, using the grid system to compare in visual terms North and South side neighborhoods. → Read More

Van Dyke Trial Day 20: 2 alternate jurors suggest they would have voted guilty

The judge decide the jury will get the transcript of the testimony of Officer Joseph Walsh. Two jurors also wanted a cigarette break. → Read More

Van Dyke Trial Day 20: 2 alternate jurors suggest they would have voted guilty

The judge decide the jury will get the transcript of the testimony of Officer Joseph Walsh. Two jurors also wanted a cigarette break. → Read More

Van Dyke Trial Day 14: Surgeon says McDonald bled to death, had no vital signs

"He had no blood pressure, no respiration, no pulse," Jeremu Stayton said. "By the time I was able to see the heart, it was not moving." → Read More

Van Dyke Trial Day 14: Surgeon says McDonald bled to death, had no vital signs

“He had no blood pressure, no respiration, no pulse,” Jeremu Stayton said. “By the time I was able to see the heart, it was not moving.” → Read More

Van Dyke Trial Day 13: McDonald was getting closer to Van Dyke — defense video

The video indicates that Laquan McDonald went from being 39 feet away from Jason Van Dyke to 15 feet in about four seconds. → Read More

Van Dyke Trial Day 13: McDonald was getting closer to Van Dyke — defense video

The video indicates that Laquan McDonald went from being 39 feet away from Jason Van Dyke to 15 feet in about four seconds. → Read More

Riot Fest 2018 Day Two: Jerry Lee Lewis, Beck rock Douglas Park — Photo Gallery

Sunny skies again greeted rock fans for Day 2 of Riot Fest. → Read More

Riot Fest 2018 Day Two: Jerry Lee Lewis, Beck rock Douglas Park — Photo Gallery

Sunny skies again greeted rock fans for Day 2 of Riot Fest. → Read More

Riot Fest 2018 Day One: From Pussy Riot to Weezer — Photo Gallery

There may have been social media doubt that it would ever get off the ground, but the 2018 incarnation of → Read More

Riot Fest 2018 Day One: From Pussy Riot to Weezer — Photo Gallery

There may have been social media doubt that it would ever get off the ground, but the 2018 incarnation of Riot Fest kicked off Friday without a hitch under sunny skies and packed crowds at Douglas Park. This slideshow requires JavaScript. → Read More

Window washer describes the job: ‘You’re your own boss when you’re up there’

Gonzalo Guzman has worked at Service One Inc. for 13 years and is regularly assigned to clean the windows at the 60-story building at 300 N. LaSalle. → Read More

Window washer describes the job: ‘You’re your own boss when you’re up there’

Gonzalo Guzman has worked at Service One Inc. for 13 years and is regularly assigned to clean the windows at the 60-story building at 300 N. LaSalle. → Read More

Before The Plate is 'therapeutic' for culinary students

Fourteen Chicagoans participated in Before The Plate, a culinary arts training program offering the opportunity to work at the University of Chicago. → Read More

Don’s Snack Attack aims to provide a ‘little bit of lightness’ at the courthouse

Don Bell, who is visually impaired, runs Don's Snack Attack selling chips, coffee, soda and more in the lobby of the Leighton Criminal Courthouse. → Read More