Mayor Emanuel Formally Appoints Eddie Johnson As Interim Chicago Police Superintendent Mayor Rahm Emanuel formally appointed Eddie Johnson to serve as interim superintendent of the Chicago Police Department at a news conference Monday afternoon.
CPS Principal Takes Swipe At Mayor Emanuel In Ad For Bernie Sanders A Chicago Public Schools principal is blasting the mayor, all in the name of getting votes for Bernie Sanders.
Chicago Creates Veteran Affairs Office To Expand Services Mayor Rahm Emanuel has set up a new Chicago Veteran Affairs Office to expand services for military veterans and their families.
Emanuel: Protesters Wrong To Shut Down Police-Reform MeetingMayor Rahm Emanuel says he understands the emotions of protesters who shut down the final meeting of his Task Force on Police Accountability earlier this week, but he doesn't approve of the results.
Mental Health Advocates Demand Better Services From City For Low-Income Patients Mental health advocates protested outside of Mayor Emanuel's office today, saying that there are still not enough services available for low-income mental patients, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Activist Protest TIF Funds For Planned Uptown High-Rise DevelopmentAbout fifty activists marched from the site of a planned high-rise development in the Uptown neighborhood that would get $16 million in tax Increment financing dollars to the mayor's house to demand he put a stop to the deal, reports WBBM’s Mike Krauser.
Centers Offer Free Help For Low And Moderate Income TaxpayersTax filing season is here and once again, the city and a pair of non-profit groups are preparing returns for low- and moderate-income taxpayers for free, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Mayor Open To Possible Site Change For Lucas MuseumMayor Rahm Emanuel seemed to leave the door open a crack on the possibility of selecting a new site for the controversial Lucas Museum, a day after a judge declined to toss out a lawsuit filed by opponents who want it off the lakefront.
Rauner Blasts CPS Borrowing Plan; Says Emanuel 'Forestalling The Inevitable'Gov. Bruce Rauner had more harsh criticism for the Chicago Public Schools on Thursday, a day after the district borrowed $725 million at very high interest rates.