City Council Passes Watered-Down Ordinance Giving IG Oversight Of Aldermen The Chicago City Council has approved a watered-down ordinance regarding oversight of aldermen by an inspector general, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty. Opinion: Young Millennials Don’t Vote And It’s Mostly Your Fault (Yes, You Specifically) Wagging your finger at the kids for their rockin' and their rollin' and their not votin' doesn't help.
President Obama Urges Bipartisanship In Speech To State Lawmakers Guardian Angels Back Proposed Ban On Posting Fight Videos Online President Obama To Address State Lawmakers In Springfield Preckwinkle’s Office Briefs Board On Impact Of State Budget Stalemate Illinois Lawmaker Wants To Ban Online Videos Of Fights Principals Receive Details On Budget Cuts From CPS Democrats Running For U.S. Senate Seat Spar Over Leadership During Tribune Editorial Board Debate Chicago State University Students Rally In Loop To Protest Possible Shutdown
Nissan Unveils New SUV Armada At Chicago Auto Show Preview The Chicago Auto Show kicks off Saturday, but Wednesday night we got a sneak peek of a brand-new SUV. DIY Exams Allow Eye Checks Without Leaving Home You get an eye exam and a prescription for contacts or glasses and you never leave your house. That's the reality new technology offers lens-wearers, but the exam, has critics, reports CBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot.
Police, Boyfriend Plea For Help In Finding 25-Year-Old Woman’s Killer City Council To Consider Making Tampons Exempt From Sales Tax Quintonio LeGrier’s Mother Blasts “Heartless” Chicago Police Officer Romeoville Woman Opens Up About Contracting Zika Virus Couple Living In Tents Under Uptown Viaduct Finds Permanent Home Family Of Gage Park Murder Victims Preparing Final Goodbye City Council Passes Watered-Down Ordinance Giving IG Oversight Of Aldermen Judge Tosses Ex-IPRA Investigator’s Lawsuit