Monday would have been the late Harold Washington’s 91st birthday.
Even Chicago’s big boss doesn’t get out of jury duty–or at least reporting for jury duty.
It’s been a year since Mayor Daley left office and Mayor Emanuel took the reins of city government.
As Rahm Emanuel took center stage as Chicago’s new mayor, his inaugural address paid homage to his old boss in the White House and his predecessor at City Hall.
Mayor Richard M. Daley said Thursday that the United States has become a nation of “whiners,” and said it’s time to snap out of it.
Just one day after claiming a decisive victory in Chicago’s race for mayor, Mayor Emanuel has left us.
CBS 2′s Jay Levine goes behind the scene with mayoral hopeful Rahm Emanuel as he prepares for Tuesdays election.
Monday night marked the second-to-last debate between the four main candidates for Chicago Mayor, and the forum was relatively civil and at times jovial.
Humboldt Park minister Wilfredo De Jesus wants to try to raise his visibility in the race for mayor by calling for term limits and calling on his opponents to endorse the idea, as well.
Outgoing U.S. Sen. Roland Burris’s supporters entered his name into the race for mayor of Chicago yesterday, but Burris tells Newsradio 780 this afternoon he’s still deciding whether to run.
Tom Dart’s brother is a lawyer with a lobbying practice. Dart says, if elected mayor, he’d have to tell Tim Dart to stop doing business with the city.
Mayoral candidate Rahm Emanuel on Friday addressed questions about whether his time living in Washington, D.C. means he’s not a Chicago resident qualified to run for mayor.
You have to live in Chicago to be mayor of Chicago and the mayoral campaign of Rahm Emanuel says an absentee ballot application made shows he’s a Chicago resident.
The candidate for mayor says he’d supply laptops to high schoolers “immediately,” and to the rest of the system’s more than 400,000 students within four years.
After a tonsillectomy, Ald. Robert Fioretti (2nd) has been diagnosed with cancer, forcing him to abandon his plan to run for mayor.
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. tells Newsradio 780 his affair with a Washington D.C. cocktail waitress was not the reason he chose not to run for mayor of Chicago.