Inauguration Schedule For Mayor-Elect EmanuelHere is the schedule for the inaugural ceremony for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Group Asks Emanuel, Alvarez To Look Into Torture AllegationsMen tortured under disgraced former Chicago police Cmdr. Jon Burge gathered in front of the Criminal Courts Building on Sunday, calling on mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel to take action.
Daley Pleased As Education Reform Bill Goes To Gov's DeskMayor Richard M. Daley says he is pleased with passage of sweeping education legislation sent to Gov. Pat Quinn’s desk for signature.
Daley Hopes For Exhibit In LibraryAs he winds down his last few days in office, Mayor Richard M. Daley is reflecting on his legacy and the kind of honor he'd like after he ends his 22-year run at City Hall this coming Monday.
Wicker Park Neighbors Ask Emanuel To Revoke Parking Meter DealWith 73 years left to go in a parking meter contract signed by the city of Chicago back in 2008, residents in Wicker Park are hoping a new City Hall administration can make a difference.
Thousands Attend Beverly Breast Cancer WalkThousands of people turned out on the South Side on Sunday for a breast cancer walk.
Aldermen: McCarthy Should Be Easy Confirmation As Police Supt.Some Chicago aldermen say Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel’s choice for police superintendent, should have a relatively easy confirmation.
Newark's McCarthy Named Next Police SuperintendentNewark, N.J., police director Garry McCarthy will be Chicago’s next police superintendent.
Emanuel Not Bothered By Lawsuits Against BrizardMayor-elect Rahm Emanuel says he’s not troubled by criticisms of incoming Public Schools chief executive officer Jean-Claude Brizard, or even federal lawsuits filed against him.
Report: White House Drug Czar A Candidate For Chicago Top CopMayor-elect Rahm Emanuel hopes to have his new police superintendent picked before he’s sworn in less than four weeks from now, and it appears the list of prime candidates is getting shorter.
Schools CEO Pick Locked In Contract In RochesterIs new Chicago Public School chief executive officer Jean-Claude Brizard coming to Chicago, or not?
UPDATED: State Senate Passes Education Reform BillThe Illinois State Senate has unanimously approved an education reform bill that would lengthen the school day and make changes to how teachers are rewarded or disciplined.