Year-Round City Sticker Sales Coming To Clerk's OfficeThis is the last June that Chicago motorists will have to wait in long lines outside the City Clerk’s office to get their vehicle stickers.
Crackdown Begins For Chicago Motorists Without City StickersCBS 2’s Jim Williams rode along Monday as authorities went on the hunt for scofflaws.
After Controversy, City Unveils New City StickerThe City of Chicago released the newly designed city sticker, following a controversy in which a student-designed city sticker was rejected because it may have displayed gang symbols.
FBI Seeks Fugitive Dad Of Teen At Center Of City-Sticker ControversyHerbert Pulgar, 42, is wanted for distributing cocaine to a street gang, federal authorities say.
Clerk Will Pay Prize Equivalent To Teen Whose City Sticker Design Was PulledThe 15-year-old boy whose Chicago city sticker design was scrapped at the last second will get a $1,000 savings bond after all.
Mendoza: Report Your Neighbor If A Dog Is Being Trained For FightingCity Clerk Susana Mendoza says you should speak up if you think a neighbor’s dog is being beaten into fighting shape.
Aldermen Turn Attention To Vehicle Sticker Fees At Budget HearingsIn a second day of city budget hearings at City Hall, aldermen turned their focus to the Emanuel administration’s proposal to increase fees for city vehicle stickers, as City Clerk Susana Mendoza urged them to go after sticker scofflaws instead.
City Vehicle Stickers Soon To ExpireThe old Chicago city vehicle stickers expire Thursday, and after a two-week grace period, tickets will be issued.
City Stickers Go On Sale OnlineChicago city vehicle stickers are available online now.
Heated Contest For City Clerk CandidatesThe contest may not have the same high profile as the mayoral race, but the rhetoric is heating up in the campaign for who will replace Chicago City Clerk Miguel Del Valle.
Chico Calls For Abolishing City Clerk, TreasurerMayoral candidate Gery Chico reportedly wants to get rid of the offices of the city clerk and the city treasurer, calling the posts a waste of taxpayer money.
Bounced Candidates Sue Over Signature RequirementA group of candidates -- three for Chicago mayor, one for clerk and one for alderman -- filed a federal lawsuit Monday claiming the requirement of 12,500 petition signatures to get on the ballot is unconstitutional.