AG Sessions Accuses Mayor Emanuel Of Putting Politics Ahead Of SafetyThe Trump Administration is tying Chicago’s high murder rate to its sanctuary city status and blaming Mayor Rahm Emanuel for putting politics ahead of safety.
Chicago Demonstration Ends At Trump TowerThe anti-racism protest is the second in Chicago since the deadly violence during the "United the Right” rally in Virginia.
Uber, Lyft Prices Surge After CTA Service Halts Near FullertonMany CTA riders turned to ride-share services on Tuesday morning after CTA service halted only to find sky-high prices.
Latest Soda Tax Headache: Feds Say It Violates Food Stamp RulesAt risk is $86.8 million in federal funding for SNAP clients across Illinois – not just Cook County.
Emanuel On Rauner: He's One To Talk About 'Mismanagement'The Chicago mayor says test scores, graduation rates and college attendance are all improving in city schools, regardless of what the governor says.
Inspector General Completes Follow Up To November Audit Of Food Inspection ProgramChicago's inspector general has completed a follow-up to his highly-critical November audit of the health department's food inspection program.
Displaced Racing Greyhounds Need HomesIf you're in the market for a dog, you might consider taking in a retiring racing dog. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
Proposed Ordinance To Keep Close Watch On Rising Drug Prices In ChicagoAldermen Edward M. Burke held Tuesday a hearing on the proposed “Chicago Drug Pricing Transparency Ordinance” to mandate that pharmaceutical manufacturers whose drugs are sold in Chicago must disclose price hikes 90 days in advance if those increases fall into one of a series of categories.
Made In Chicago: American Hotel RegisterThe hotel register is an anachronism. American Hotel Register is anything but.
Hammond Woman Found Dead In Gary's Marquette BeachA 25-year-old woman has become the 54th person to die while swimming on the Great Lakes this summer.
Lolla's First Night Ends Early, Due To StormsEvacuation of Grant Park began around 9:10 p.m. The festival had been slated to end at 10 p.m.
Heroes Who Foiled Burglary HonoredThe attempted break-in occurred at about 10:15 a.m. June 15. The three girls – 9- and 11-year-old sisters and the elder girl’s best friend -- ran to the bathroom and locked the door when they heard breaking glass.