Chicago To Spend More For Opioid Treatment ServicesThe Chicago Department of Public Health is adding another $500,000 to programs for opioid treatment services.
City To People Suffering In The Cold: Call UsCity authorities say they can help tenants who don't have enough heat and others. WBBM's Bob Roberts reports.
City Settles With Man Wrongly Placed In CPD Gang DatabaseWilmer Catalan-Ramirez's home was raided by immigration agents in March as a result of being put on that list.
City To Pay $62,500 Over Delayed Shooting RecordsThe lawsuit was filed by Divonte Young’s mother in August 2013, one year after a plainclothes Chicago Police officer shot and killed the 20-year-old man.
ACLU Files Lawsuit Asking Federal Courts To Oversee Reform Of CPDA new lawsuit seeks to have a federal judge oversee reform of the Chicago Police Department, especially as it relates to the use of force.
Emanuel, Rauner Push To Land Amazon's Second HeadquartersGovernor Bruce Rauner and Mayor Rahm Emanuel are joining forces in hopes for Chicago to gain Amazon's second headquarters.
Chicago Asks For Nationwide Injunction Against Department Of JusticeLawyers for the City of Chicago were in the U.S. District Court arguing that the Trump Administration should not be allowed to take away federal law enforcement grants from Chicago because of its policies on undocumented immigrants.
Cubs' Crane Kenney Criticizes City About Night Game Limitations At Wrigley Field"We're one of the few teams that not only has to beat everyone in our division, we also have to beat the city that we play in," Kenney says.
Chicago Man Sues CPD Over Alleged Error In Gang DatabaseA young Chicago man might be deported next week because he says Chicago police call him a gang member.
Chicago Residents File Lawsuit Against The City Demanding Federal Supervision Of CPDSome Chicago residents as well as community groups - including Black Lives Matter - have filed a class-action, civil rights lawsuit against the city and some police officers, alleging a pattern of police brutality and asking for something Mayor Emanuel has backed away from: a consent decree.
City Calls For Extra Security Measures To Be Taken At Wrigley FieldThe City of Chicago wants fans at Wrigley Field to be as safe as possible and it is called on the Cubs to make some major moves right now.
Chicago Deactivates A Dozen Red-Light Cameras At 6 IntersectionsEquipment is coming down in coming weeks, the city's Department of Transportation said.