Feet to the fire: City Council's Black Caucus calls for the firing of Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy, NBC5 reports.
Police promotion: Chicago's top cop Garry McCarthy promotes an officer under investigation in the Koschman case, the Sun-Times reports.
Water works: The Sun-Times' editorial board urges the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District to hire an independent inspector general.
Smart Streamlining: The Daily Herald's editorial board encourages streamlining of government and applauds DuPage County's efforts.
Grip on guns: Rev. Jesse Jackson wants President Obama to hold a national summit on gun violence in Chicago, CBS2 reports.
Police power: Chicago Police Cmdr. Glenn Evans will go on trial for his tough tactics, including allegedly shoving a gun down a suspect's throat, the AP reports.
Cop control: The Independent Police Review Authority boss defends suspending cops allegedly verbally and physically abusing a tanning salon manager, the Sun-Times reports.
Empty seats: Chicago schools seeing enrollment declines will lose some funding, the Trib reports.
Testing trouble: The Illinois Department of Public Health discontinues testing of sexually transmitted infections, citing a lack of money and manpower, the Trib reports.
Taste talk: This year's Taste of Chicago brought in $320,000, which is better than last year's loss, FOX32 reports.