Emanuel Gets Daley, Rush Endorsements; Wilson Votes EarlyOn endorsement comes from former mayor Richard Daley, who had lunch with Rahm Emanuel last week. Another comes from a Chicago congressman. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley Remains HospitalizedFormer Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley was taken to the hospital after returning from Arizona Friday evening.
McHenry Judge Selected To Preside Over Vanecko Case A judge who handles juvenile cases in McHenry County was selected Friday to preside over the Cook County involuntary-manslaughter case against Richard J. “R.J.” Vanecko, a nephew of former Mayor Richard M. Daley.
Wisch: What If The White Sox And Bears Switched Places?With a downtown baseball stadium and a South Side enclosed-roof football facility, Chicago could have spent the past two decades hosting Super Bowls and Final Fours – as well as large crowds at White Sox games.
Hanley: Don't Count On Public Funding For Wrigley Field Bodog didn't put odds on Mayor Rahm Emanuel coming up with the $200 million in public money the Ricketts would like to help fix Wrigley Field.
Northwest Side Man Faces More Serious Charges After City Hall IncidentMore serious charges have been lodged against a man who allegedly yelled a profanity targeting Mayor Richard M. Daley as he was leaving City Hall for the last time Friday, May 13, police said.
Walter's Perspective: City Hall Won't Be The SameCBS 2's Walter Jacobson gets one last shot to talk about exiting Mayor Richard Daley.
Maggie Daley Released From HospitalChicago's first lady spent one day in the hospital for flu-like symptoms late this week, after spending a more substantial amount of time at Northwestern Memorial Hospital for her latest surgery.
In Emotional Ceremony, Chicago Honors Slain Officer In a ceremony filled with pain and pride, a slain Chicago police officer’s star was put in a place of honor.
Renaissance Schools Fund Announces New Venture And New NameThe new fund will focus on replicating successful charters in Chicago and bringing in high-performing charter schools from out of state.
Daley's Retirement Will Have Chinese FlavorMayor Richard Daley's long-standing relationship with China won't end when he steps down in May, now that he's been named to a presidential commission that seeks to bolster U.S. ties with the emerging superpower.
UPDATED: Clock Running Out For Police Supt. WeisChicago's top cop apparently will be out of job when a new mayor takes over in May. The big question: Will he leave when his contract expires Tuesday, or help with the upcoming transition?