Former Chicago Tribune chief executive officer Randy Michaels is reportedly set to buy two high-profile local FM radio stations, on the heels of a new book that exposes some raunchy tales about Michaels’ conduct in Tribune Tower.
The executive inspector general of the State of Illinois is about to gain oversight power over Chicago area transit agencies.
The Cubs were once one of the most reliable moneymakers in baseball, but they have now found themselves in Major League Baseball’s financial doghouse.
A new report says inadequate staffing and lax supervision led to alleged sexual attacks at a psychiatric facility on the north lakefront.
In a clear warning to those who aren’t ready for his vision of city government, Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel said Chicago needed some major change or it could “veer off to a Cleveland.”
A week before his retrial on federal corruption charges was set to begin, former Gov. Rod Blagojevich lashed out at federal prosecutors again for not playing all the tapes of FBI wiretaps of his conversations.
The Chicago Bears took out a full page advertisement in the Wednesday’s Chicago Tribune to urge fans to be patient with the current labor situation and assure them of where the team’s focus rests.
A two-week hearing begins Monday to determine the fate of Tribune Company.
Tommie Harris was cut by the Chicago Bears on Monday, but he didn’t want to leave the city behind until he did one thing. Harris took out a full page, color ad in Thurday’s Chicago Tribune to thank the fans.
Dusty Baker knows what it’s like to try and get the Chicago Cubs to the playoffs. Baker managed the Cubs from 2000-06 and guided them to the NLCS during the 2003 season.
Job creation and retention efforts are near the top of the priority list for Chicago’s mayoral candidates, according to a Chicago Tribune questionnaire sent them on major campaign issues.
The Chicago Tribune has given its endorsement to Rahm Emanuel in the race for Chicago mayor.
A published report says the Tribune Company tried to keep some of its own internal politics secret in its ongoing bankruptcy case.
Both of Chicago’s major newspapers are criticizing Monday’s Illinois Appellate Court ruling against Rahm Emanuel.
The top four candidates for mayor of Chicago stepped things up a notch on Friday, sitting down face-to-face for the first time at a meeting with the Chicago Tribune editorial board.
Four major candidates for mayor will appear on Jan. 27 for a major mayoral debate ahead of this year’s election.
The late nights and looming deadlines are coming to an end for globetrotting reporter Brenda Starr.
Many juniors in some of the most prestigious suburban high schools are not considered ready for college.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge has approved a multimillion-dollar bonus plan for hundreds of Tribune Co. employees after the company agreed to exclude five top executives.
A group of creditors angling to get more money out of Tribune Co.’s bankruptcy case is alleging that greed and misconduct of the media company’s lenders, advisers and own leaders led to its financial downfall.