Emanuel Going Ahead With Trip To ParisMayor Rahm Emanuel will travel next month to the City of Lights, in part to show solidarity with the people of France. A global summit on climate change had previously been scheduled.
Chicago Launching Police Recruitment InitiativeFor the first time since 2003, the Chicago Police Department is launching a recruitment effort to put more officers on the street.
The Frost Thickens Between Chicago Mayor, Illinois GovernorRahm Emanuel and Bruce Rauner were friends at one point. Maybe not anymore, amid the continuing state budget stalemate.
Opinion: Chicago's Failed To Lower Homicides, Here's What We Need To DoWe act aghast in months where homicides spike in Chicago, but we shouldn't be surprised. This has become the norm, and that should make everyone very, very angry.
Rahm Emanuel: 'Would Love' To Have NFL Draft Permanently In ChicagoEmanuel and the city have plans to make Draft Town even more dynamic.
The NFL Draft Is Returning To Chicago In 2016The draft will be held from April 28-30.
Chicago Lures Kraft Heinz To Downtown From SuburbsMayor Rahm Emanuel insists he's not poaching companies from the suburbs -- but maybe from other parts of the nation and the globe.
Chicago Eyes A City Income Tax On Residents, Suburbanites Who Work HereCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley takes a look at the smoke signals from cash-strapped Chicago City Hall.
Eyeglass Program For Chicago School Kids Hits Major MilestoneMayor Rahm Emanuel pledged $5 million for 100,000 eye exams for CPS students. Part of the money comes from raising the city cigarette tax.
Radio Host Calls Emanuel A 'Putz' For Poking Fun Tampa Bay Lightning Fan PolicyThat's what a radio guy in Tampa thinks of the mayor of Chicago.
Emanuel Again Calls On Springfield To Help City Fix Its Finances
The Latest Chicago City Council: Some Newbies, Many IncumbentsHere’s the breakdown: 37 incumbents and 13 newcomers; 38 men and 12 women. They range in age from 26 up to 71. CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.