The Chicago City Council has begun hearings into Mayor Emanuel’s proposed 2015 budget, and aldermen are asking questions about the spending plans, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
In an effort to be better prepared in the event of an Ebola outbreak in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel gathered his top advisers to discuss the city’s plan of action to fight the deadly virus
Mayor Emanuel has called an emergency meeting to discuss the city’s readiness to handle the Ebola virus in event people become ill here.
Mayor Emanuel outlined a 2015 city budget that holds the line on most taxes–with the exception of an increase on the parking garage tax–and promises money for education, crime prevention and job creation.
The Number Of Bikes Stolen In Chicago, The Neighborhoods They’re Stolen From And The Number That Are Recovered
Looking for a low-risk, lucrative career? Based on these statistics, bike thievery might be for you… (If you can get over the fact that stealing is wrong, that is…)
CTU spokeswoman Stephanie Gadlin says Lewis, 61, is being evaluated at a local hospital “after experiencing discomfort Sunday evening.” Gadlin says it is not due to a stroke, as rumors have suggested.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has called on state lawmakers to ease up on penalties for small-time drug possession cases, even though the city’s own effort to issue tickets for marijuana possession – rather than arrest suspects – has largely fizzled.
Mayor Emanuel says he’s encouraged about the chances of Chicago being home to the planned Barack Obama Presidential Library.
The city has launched a multi-agency effort to end homelessness among veterans in Chicago by the end of next year.
Sunday’s Mexican Independence Day parade in Little Village could feature a preview of next year’s race for mayor of Chicago.
The civil-rights attorney was first elected in 2007 and fought a highly publicized battle with cancer.
The 2nd Ward alderman has been telling friends he intends to challenge incumbent Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Mayor Emanuel says he’s committed to raising the minimum wage in Chicago to $13 an hour regardless of what happens at the state and federal levels, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Jackie Robinson West faces an elimination game tonight against Pennsylvania.
A woman was robbed early Sunday near the North Side home of Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
The Cubs saw this coming, and don’t seem worried about it one bit.
She’s not filed any papers or formed any formal committees. But when pressed, Karen Lewis admits that behind the scenes, there’s plenty going on. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
What if the inconsistent way the Chicago Police Department handles stolen bikes is indicative of how the department works as a whole?
The results of a new public opinion poll show Mayor Rahm Emanuel may not be in as much trouble with voters as some thought and that CTU President Karen Lewis’ strength may have been overstated, though she disagrees.
When will Cubs be able to spend big? Tom Ricketts is leaving that up to the front office.