City Officials Thank Residents, Snow Crews For Enduring SnowChicago officials are thanking residents for enduring the city's latest icy covering of snow this week, but they warn more is yet to come.
CTU Opposes School Board Plan About Relaxing EthicsThe Chicago Teacher’s Union is speaking out against a plan by the School Board to relax ethics rules so that a former board member can become the Chief Operating Officer.
Emanuel, Rauner Discuss Chicago Making Amazon's Top 20 HQ2 ListMayor Emanuel and Governor Rauner had somewhat different perspectives on Chicago making the list of 20 possible sites for Amazon’s much sought-after second headquarters.
Emanuel: Sad Commentary On Trump's Words, Actions To Say He's Not RacistMayor Emanuel said President Donald Trump’s may say he is “not racist,” but people can see what he's done and said previously.
Emanuel Sees Jones' Victory In Alabama As A Hopeful Sign For The NationMayor Emanuel is taking hope in the Democratic victory in Alabama’s U.S. Senate race.
Claypool Apologizes After Being Accused Of Cover-UpChicago Public Schools CEO Forrest Claypool apologizes no fewer than four times for lying to ethics investigators and other missteps –- actions that have prompted some to call for his termination.
Mayor Emanuel Satisfied With City's Response To SnowfallMayor Emanuel said he wanted to thank the men and women of the Department of Streets and Sanitation for handling the snowfall and making sure more than 200 trucks were on the city streets.
Mayor Emanuel Stands Firm Against Trump Adminstration's Immigration ReformsMayor Emanuel said President Trump's newly adopted hard line on protecting so-called "Dreamers" is not changing his position on Immigration Reforms.
Chicago Ramps Up Active Shooter Drills In 2017 Before Vegas ShootingMayor Rahm Emanuel says Chicago had already been preparing for violent emergencies like the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas.
City Of Chicago Sues Equifax For Millions Over Massive Data BreachThe city of Chicago is suing the credit reporting company Equifax over a data breach that exposed personal information of about 143 million people.
Mayor Emanuel Considers Renaming Balbo DriveMayor Emanuel said he would consider Chicago renaming Balbo Drive, because it honors a Fascist.
Mayor Emanuel Pushes Bill For Fairly Distributed Education MoneyMayor Emanuel is expressing high hopes for legislation in Springfield that takes a step towards resolving Illinois’ long-term school funding problems.