Rauner Signals He'll OK Budget Deal For 'Lasting' Property Tax FreezeIn a Facebook Live chat, the Republican incumbent publicly divulged his bottom line for completing a budget compromise. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley has more.
After Heated Debate, Zoning Committee OKs Jefferson Park Housing PlanAt a sometimes raucous hearing, the Zoning Committee advanced controversial plans for a mixed-income apartment building in Jefferson Park.
Melania Trump Slaps At President Trump's Hand After Arriving In Tel AvivMelania Trump apparently didn't want to hold his hand.
Food Pantry Slams Trump's 'Very Harmful' Proposed Food Stamp CutsThe Greater Chicago Food Depository said President Donald Trump’s massive proposed cuts to the food stamp program would be disastrous.
Notre Dame Graduates Protest Pence's Commencement SpeechDozens of students walked out Sunday morning as Vice President Mike Pence began his commencement speech at Notre Dame University.
Lawmakers Vote To Eliminate Statute Of Limitations On Child Sex CrimesUnder current law, in most cases of child sex offenses against children, they must be prosecuted within 20 years of the victim turning 18.
Mayor To Brief Aldermen On Plan To Bail Out Chicago Public SchoolsMayor Rahm Emanuel on Friday will outline his plan for filling the $129 million budget shortfall at the Chicago Public Schools.
Freed Puerto Rican Nationalist Hailed As Hero In ChicagoCritics say the Chicagoan was part of terrorist activities and should not be honored with a street-naming.
Switchblades May Become Legal In IllinoisState Rep. Brian Stewart, R-Freeport, says these are not like the Sharks and the Jets used in West Side Story. He says they’re important tools.
Reaction: Mueller The Man For Russia InvestigationRobert Mueller became FBI director during the post-911 era.
City Council OK's Controls On Valet Parking Lots, AppsNew measures would further crack down on valet parking lots and make sure parking lot services like Spot Hero are paying city taxes.
CPS Leaders, Families To Lobby State Lawmakers For More FundingCPS leaders and families will participate in a rally at the Illinois State Capitol to push for equal state funding for public schools.