McCarthy Nears Decision On Mayoral BidMore than anything, the fired police superintendent says, it's about his concern over the increased murder rate since his firing.
Deadline Nears To Sign Up For Affordable Care Act Coverage In 2018The Open Enrollment period for coverage under the Affordable Care Act was six weeks shorter this year than in 2016.
Johnson Touts CPD Gains In 2017, Laughs Off Call For U.N. Troops In ChicagoPolice Supt. Eddie Johnson noted shootings and murders both have dropped from 2016, which saw the highest level of homicides in nearly 20 years.
Emanuel Calls City Lawyers' Plan To Sue Quintonio LeGrier Estate 'Callous'"The city is dropping the motion filed yesterday in the civil suit regarding the death of Bettie Jones. We are constantly evaluating and reevaluating our legal strategies, and we have determined the motion is not the best course of action," Chicago Law Department spokesman Bill McCaffrey said.
City Unveils New Municipal ID Card, Full Launch Delayed Until MarchCity officials originally planned to begin distributing the municipal ID cards by the end of this year, but it won’t launch citywide until March.
Treasurer Seeks Homeowners Who Didn't Get Property Tax Bills, To Help Avoid Tax SalesCook County Treasurer Maria Pappas said the post office returned some 10,000 Chicago property tax bills to her office as undeliverable for one reason or another.
Commissioner Suggests U.N. Send Troops To Fight 'Quiet Genocide' Of Gun Violence In ChicagoCook County Commissioner Richard Boykin said leaders in Chicago and Cook County have failed to protect many communities from violent crime.
Republicans Reach Final Deal On Tax Bill; Trump Praises Compromise PlanHouse and Senate Republicans announced Wednesday that they have reached an agreement, in principle, on a consensus tax bill.
Top Chicago Public Schools Attorney ResignsGeneral Counsel Ronald Marmer resigned Tuesday effective Dec. 22. CEO Forrest Claypool announced his resignation Friday.
Gov. Rauner Accuses Pritzker Of Working The Tax SystemRauner's latest campaign commercial takes another shot at J.B. Pritzker, claiming he used insider's clout to cut his property taxes.
Tammy Duckworth Slams Trump Over Tweet, Calls Him 'Cadet Bone Spurs'Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth blasted President Trump today over a conterversial tweet.
Gov. Rauner: Assessor Joe Berrios Should QuitRepublican Gov. Bruce Rauner on Monday called for Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios to resign.