Quinn, Rauner Spar Over Crime-Fighting Policies Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner traded barbs Thursday on the issue of violent crime, as the governor sought to make Rauner’s support for ownership of assault weapons a major campaign issue. Chicago Attorneys Provide Legal Assistance To Immigrant Children Ashley Huebner, an attorney with the National Immigrant Justice Center, told the story of one girl, now 18 years old, whose odyssey Huebner says is more or less typical.
Aldermen Back Tougher Fines For Graffiti Cook County To Cut Buildings’ Carbon Emissions Aldermen Back Temporary Halt To SRO Hotel Conversions, Demolitions Daley Excused From Testifying In Park Grill Lawsuit City To Offer 9,000 People New Chance To Contest Red Light Camera Tickets Wagusepack: Mayor ‘Needs To Take The Lead’ On Red Light Camera Problems Durbin, Oberweis Clash Over Tax Break Legislation Congressman Roskam Calls For Funds To Clean Up West Chicago Factory Site
Mayor Emanuel: Red-Light Fixes Underway Rahm Emanuel on Thursday reacted to mounting criticism of the city's unpopular red-light camera system. Protesters Slam Walgreens For Considering Swiss Tax Shelter Walgreens recently merged with a foreign company, which allows it to take advantage of a tax loophole and move -- on paper. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Girl, 9, Who Was Reported Missing Is Found Safe: Police Device Scans For Possible Drugs In Cocktails Suspect Charged In Gary, Ind. Officer’s Murder Pair Charged In Fatal Shooting Witnessed By Chicago Police Quinn, Rauner Spar Over Crime-Fighting Policies Chicago Attorneys Provide Legal Assistance To Immigrant Children Aldermen Back Tougher Fines For Graffiti Six Cities With Worst Murder Rates In United States