A Match Up No One Saw Coming: Lightfoot Vs. Preckwinkle"People feel like the city's going in the wrong direction and they want someone who's a credible leader who's going to stand for integrity and government and lead us in a completely different way."
Delays Mean Chicago 'Hamilton' Exhibit Opening 3 Weeks LateThe exhibit focuses on the life and times of Alexander Hamilton with the musical's creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, as the audio guide. It's to remain in Chicago through Sept. 8 before traveling to other U.S. cities.
WATCH: Chicago Police Officers Rescue Motorists From Fiery CarDramatic, newly released video shows how two Chicago police officers rescued two men from a fiery vehicle following a crash earlier this month.
Record Rainfall For April: 8.5 InchesLast week's deluge, combined with Tuesday's rainfall make this April the wettest on record.
Free Tax Tip #10: Look Over Your Tax SituationBarry R. Steiner, a Chicago based CPA and former IRS Agent, brings you one new tax tip each week! This week's subject: Look over your tax situation during the year...
Free Tax Tip #6: Roll Over Into A Roth AccountBarry R. Steiner, a Chicago based CPA and former IRS Agent, brings you one new tax tip each week! This week's subject: roll over into a Roth account.
Looking Back On A Wet, Miserable AprilConditions are sunny and May flowers are in bloom at last, and with bone-chilling rain, overcast skies and even a late-season snowstorm, few in Chicago were likely sorry to see April go.
Late April Snowstorm Sets New RecordThe calendar says April but the Chicago area could see as much as three inches of snow on the ground by Monday morning.
No Election Until April For Most SuburbsExcitement over Chicago elections next week has a number of suburban voters wondering when it's their turn to go to the polls. It won't be for a while for most suburbs.