Mayor Daley said Monday that the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King is a reminder of how far this nation still has to go in dealing with violence in America.
Chicago taxpayers are wasting $18 million a year on 200 motor truck drivers who shuttle city crews to work sites.
Thousands of people flocked to the Chicago River between Michigan and Wabash to watch the annual dyeing of the river green. Then they flocked through downtown streets and over to the parade rute on Columbus Drive, for the 56th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Another trial balloon from the Cubs has been met with another round of skepticism, and rightly so.
A lot of people have voiced their opinion about Chicago Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler since his injury in the NFC Championship game and the backlash that followed.
The Jody story still is a mystery. Walter asks, what is it that was so bad about Jody Weis?
Mayor Daley injected himself into Chicago’s mayoral campaign today with an angry denunciation of a comment about Rahm Emanuel by one of Gery Chico’s supporters at a Chico rally.
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley told Chinese President Hu Jintao that learning Chinese has been life-changing for some of the city’s public school students.
Mayor Richard M. Daley will be in Washington D.C. next week for two reasons, and one is considered by some to be the invitation of a lifetime.
Mayor Daley on Wednesday appointed three new aldermen to the City Council.
CHICAGO (WBBM) – Mayor Daley is not a fan of the big tax increase that’s being considered by Illinois lawmakers.
Mayor Daley made it clear on Thursday that he does not want to see an admission fee for the Taste of Chicago.
It was an exciting year for the Nation and Chicago. Take a look at some of the best and worst memories as we say goodbye to 2010.
Richard M. Daley has surpassed his father’s tenure, becoming the longest-serving mayor of Chicago.
Five days before supplanting his father as Chicago’s longest-serving mayor, Richard M. Daley on Tuesday accepted a moving and enduring tribute from his college and law school alma mater.
The mayor says a plan to change the pension benefit structure for police and fire personnel will end up slamming taxpayers.
Mayor Richard M. Daley admits the city has been slow to give Chicago Police information about when they might be answering a call where residents may have weapons.
Did you get a break on your property taxes this year? Probably not. But the big box retailer, Costco, could be getting a big break on their property taxes in Chicago. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports that some homeowners are exactly cheering that.
Mayor Richard Daley is speaking out against legislation he says could hit Chicago homeowners and businesses hard, while trying to shore up employee pension funds.
Notify Chicago is a new city service that provides residents with recorded telephone messages, text messages and/or e-mail alerts on various emergency and non-emergency situations taking place throughout Chicago.