2 Cops Seen In Beating Video Resign From CPDTwo Chicago Police officers who were captured on video beating an ex-con at a late-night restaurant in 2006 have resigned from the department.
School Board To Vote On Revised CPS Budget, Even With $215M HoleDespite a massive budget hole and no apparent way to fill it, the Chicago Board of Education was set to vote Wednesday on an operating budget for the Chicago Public Schools for the current school year.
Emanuel Urges Trump To Continue Key Obama Immigration PolicyIn a private meeting in New York, Mayor Rahm Emanuel delivered a letter to President-elect Donald Trump, urging him to continue a federal program that allows some undocumented immigrants to avoid deportation.
Trump Called Emanuel To Discuss TransitionMayor Rahm Emanuel said, like the mayors of New York and Los Angeles, he has spoken with President-elect Donald Trump since the election.
Chicago Extends Deadline To Apply For Property Tax RebateCity officials have extended the deadline for Chicago homeowners to apply for a property tax rebate designed take the edge off a record tax hike approved by the mayor and the City Council last year.
Mayor Praises Progress At CPD In Year Since Laquan McDonald Video ReleasedMayor Rahm Emanuel said the Police Department has "raised the bar," and said the people of Chicago are raising it even more.
Emanuel: Murder Of Congressman's Grandson Latest Example Of Teen Gun ViolenceChicago's mayor says the murder of Javon Wilson should make people think.
Secretive Organization Paying Tab For Emanuel's Trip To RomeCity Hall insists no tax dollars are involved in getting the mayor to witness Archbishop Blase Cupich's elevation. CBS 2 Political Reporter Derrick Blakley reports.
City Council Unanimously Approves $8.2 Billion 2017 BudgetThere were not only no votes against the mayor’s spending plan, but no debate on the City Council floor.
Mayor Emanuel Attends 'Radio Town Hall'The Chicago mayor offered his thoughts on how to keep residents here.
Emanuel Tells Undocumented Immigrants Chicago 'Always Will Be A Sanctuary City'Even as President-elect Donald Trump vows to immediately deport 2 to 3 million undocumented immigrants when he takes office in January, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is reaffirming Chicago’s commitment as a so-called “sanctuary city.”
Emanuel Not Worried That Trump Presidency Will Cost ChicagoMayor Rahm Emanuel was disappointed with Hillary Clinton's defeat in the Presidential election, but he tried to find a silver lining in Donald Trump’s victory in the race for the White House.