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.
On Colbert's 'Late Show,' Emanuel Calls Chicago A City Trump Will 'Never Sleep In'In his first visit to Colbert’s late night talk show on CBS, the mayor offered a new anti-Trump motto for Chicago: “A city he’ll never sleep in.”
Protesters: Emanuel 'Back At It Again' With Plans To Close 4 Englewood SchoolsLindblom Math & Science Academy senior Jasmine Curtis drew cheers when she slammed Mayor Rahm Emanuel for, in her view, strangling neighborhood schools.
Obama To Speak At Chicago Climate SummitObama, who signed the Paris climate agreement in 2015, has continued to be outspoken about protecting the environment since leaving office.
River East: City Hall Concerned About Use Of Metal Panels On BuildingCity Hall is sending engineers to examine River East’s flammable panels. CBS 2's Jim Williams gets reaction from elected officials.
City Council To Vote On Mayor Emanuel's 2018 Budget PlanLiving in Chicago is about to become more expensive, as the City Council prepares for a final vote on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s budget plan for 2018, which will increase a number of taxes.
Emanuel Takes Legal Action Against U.S. Steel For Clean Water Act ViolationsMayor Rahm Emanuel is getting ready to take U.S. Steel to court for violations of federal law following recent chemical spill.
City Breaks Ground On Phase 2 Of Navy Pier FlyoverThe Navy Pier Flyover is an elevated path being built alongside Lake Shore Drive between the Chicago River and Ohio Street Beach.
Mayor Backs Paid Leave For City Workers Who Are Victims Of Domestic Abuse“You will not have to make a false choice anymore between both receiving care or a paycheck,” the mayor said at a news conference.
$2.2 Billion Incentives Offered To Amazon Not Raising Alarms For AldermenAld. David Moore said, if Amazon builds on land not generating taxes now, then the $2.25 billion in financial incentives is not alarming.
More Than 14,000 Apply To Be Chicago Police OfficersThe Chicago Police Department will give an exam in December, the second one this year and the fourth in six years.
Emanuel Budget Plan: 911 Tax Hike, Higher Uber Fees, Amusement Tax RedoThe mayor has been dropping hints about his 2018 budget proposal for weeks.

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