Media mogul Rupert Murdoch may be looking to buy the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times as the parent company for the two newspapers attempts to exit from bankruptcy, according to a report.
An investigation finds a disproportionate number of black and Hispanic high school students are turned over to police for infractions that result in other students being less severely disciplined.
If you had any doubts state lawmakers played favorites when awarding free state college scholarships over the years, doubt no more.
Ald. Proco “Joe” Moreno (1st) reportedly says he will now let Chick-Fil-A go ahead with plans for a location in his ward, after the fast food chain issued a statement respecting all sexual orientations and promised to end donations to anti-gay organizations.
United Airlines ranks dead last in a U.S. Department of Transportation analysis of on-time performance for the month of July, according to a published report.
Trustees at Northwestern University have voted in favor of a massive new multipurpose athletic facility on Lake Michigan, according to a published report.
2 Chicago Tribune reporters have a written a blow-by-blow account of ex-Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s downfall. CBS 2’s Walter Jacobson reports.
Brian Urlacher spent the offseason seeking an injection-based cure for his left knee injury in Europe, sources tell The Score’s Mike Mulligan.
Former Chicago Bear Chris Zorich will be required to pay back nearly $350,000 in money from his charity that remains unaccounted for after a state investigation into his charity.
Check out the podcast as The Score’s Mike Mulligan, Brian Hanley, Laurence Holmes and Zach Zaidman break down the Bears with the Tribune’s Brad Biggs, Matt Bowen and Fred Mitchell.
The saga of Rod Blagojevich involved no shortage of the bizarre and the tawdry, but a book about the deposed and imprisoned governor set for release next month may top it all yet again.
The Chicago Tribune issued an apology this week, after running a Broom Hilda cartoon that seemed to be in bad taste following the Colorado movie massacre — even though it was written well beforehand.
Ald. Proco “Joe” Moreno (1st) is standing his ground on plans to block efforts by Chick-Fil-A to open a second Chicago restaurant, because the company’s president vocally opposes same-sex marriage.
Paul McGrath, a seasoned Chicago journalist and deputy mayor under Jane Byrne, passed away last week. He was 75.
A volunteer-operated news publication by the Occupy Chicago movement that references the Chicago Tribune in its name will not have to hand over its domain name to the newspaper.
In recent months, Chicago Public Schools administrators and the Chicago Teachers Union haven’t been able to agree on much of anything. On Monday, they couldn’t even agree on whether a key report on their ongoing contract dispute had been released.
The man in charge of promoting Chicago conventions and tourism is backpedaling on reports quoting him as saying that the recent crime wave in the city is going to damage his best efforts, unless it is quickly quelled.
Some say that uncertainty regarding Noah’s badly-sprained ankle could be influencing the desire to keep Asik, which makes no sense in any larger context.
Violence has become not just a problem for Chicago’s most dangerous areas, but the adjoining neighborhoods as well.
Passengers on the CTA Red Line may want to be more alert, as new research says it’s the line most targeted by criminals.