Vote Delayed On Former Deputy Mayor's Appointment To Chicago Police BoardMayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointment former Deputy Mayor Andrea Zopp to the Chicago Police Board hit a slight speed bump on Friday.
Rahm Emanuel Names Andrea Zopp As Deputy MayorMayor Rahm Emanuel has appointed former Chicago Urban League president Andrea Zopp as a deputy mayor, and tasked her with focusing on improving economic development in the city’s struggling neighborhoods.
Napoleon Harris Touting Leadership In Bid To Top Better Known Rivals For Democratic Senate NominationThe third Democrat vying for Republican U.S. Senator Mark Kirk’s seat was making his case before a luncheon of civic and business leaders today, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Democrats Running For U.S. Senate Seat Spar Over Leadership During Tribune Editorial Board DebateThe three Democrats running for incumbent Republican Mark Kirk’s U.S. Senate seat had a mostly cordial debate today. But there were a few sparks, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
On Veterans Day, Senate Candidates Highlight Military TiesVeterans Day celebrations in the Chicago area today were a mix of patriotism and politics.
Interim CPS Chief Looking Forward To Working With New BoardIn the wake of the resignation of Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett, the interim head of the district was pledging to work with the new Chicago Board of Education, while begging off staying in his current position on a permanent basis.
Emanuel To Shake Up Chicago Board Of EducationAs Mayor Rahm Emanuel searches for a new leader for the Chicago Public Schools, he also has decided to replace most of the school board that approved a controversial $20.5 million no-bid contract which is the focus of a federal investigation.
What’s Next For Ferguson?When the protesters head home, and calm settles replaces chaos, will we see any changes in Ferguson? That's a question some are asking. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker talks to those offering answers.
Quinn, Rauner Vying For African-American Voters In campaign 2014: you've seen the attack ads and verbal sparring on TV, but tonight Governor Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner will meet face to face in a televised debate right On CBS 2 at 6 p.m.
African-American Groups Collaborate To Host Gubernatorial DebateCrews are busy getting the DuSable Museum Auditorium ready for Tuesday’s debate, which will be televised on CBS 2 at 6 p.m. CBS 2’s Dorothy Tucker introduces us to the two groups behind the debate.
CTA Going All Out To Ensure South Side Residents Get Work On Red Line RebuildThe Chicago Transit Authority is taking extraordinary steps to make sure that South Side residents have a good shot at the jobs to be created the Red Line’s tracks are rebuilt through that area.
Group: Public School Funding Methods Violate Civil RightsThe head of the Chicago Urban League says the group is pressing forward with its lawsuit against the state of Illinois over the way public schools are funded across the state.