Mayor Richard M. Daley has discussed his legacy in a series of interviews. But CBS 2’s Jim Williams had a different conversation with the mayor.
As he winds down his last few days in office, Mayor Richard M. Daley is reflecting on his legacy and the kind of honor he’d like after he ends his 22-year run at City Hall this coming Monday.
Mayor Richard M. Daley’s 22 years in office end in just one week, and today, he is thanking Chicagoans for their support with an open house at City Hall.
Mayor Richard M. Daley is being a bit evasive about what he plans to do with all his energy after he leaves office.
After 22 years in office, Mayor Richard M. Daley presided over his final City Council meeting.
Next Tuesday is Election Day in Northwest Indiana, and in Gary, voters will choose nominees to become replace longtime Mayor RUdy Clay
In a surprising turn of events, Manny Ramirez has retired from baseball. According to reports, Ramirez tested positive for a banned substance and was facing a 100 game suspension.
As he prepares to conclude his 22 years in office, Mayor Richard M. Daley kicked off a kind of “farewell tour” of Chicago’s neighborhoods with a stop on the Near West Side Thursday.
This is the last week on the job for a Chicago man – a forklift operator who’s retiring after 60 years at Navistar.
One of the Chicago Police Department’s most productive dogs retired Tuesday, along with his handler.
Naperville cartoonist Dick Locher is retiring after more than 30 years creating the “Dick Tracy” comic strip.
When he leaves office, Mayor Richard M. Daley says he’s considering teaching and writing a book.
This time it looks like the real deal. Brett Favre will end his NFL career after 20 seasons.
The Vikings loss to the Bears made them 3-6, but the loss wasn’t the only story. Brett Favre addressed the media after the game talking about his decision to come back this year. Did he regret his decision?