Chicago Carjacking Crisis Brings Together Citizens And City Officials; 'Should There Be Penalties? Yes'"This is a very sensitive matter, because those same young people are young men from neighborhoods like Englewood, like Back of the Yards, like Chatham, like Park Manor."
'People Are Terrified;' Chicago Carjacking Crisis Prompts City Hall To Hold Virtual Meetings To Find Solutions"I didn't live in a very violent district. These carjackings have made it a very terrible place to live."
Chicago Alderman Upset With CPD, Wrong Raid At Anjanette Young's Home: 'I Am Angry'Brown wants to change CPD's search policy, a policy that was amended less than a year ago as a result of the CBS 2 Investigators exposing bad raids.
Bronzeville Native Dr. William Yates Is On A Mission To Bring Temperature Scanners To Public Places In ChicagoA Chicago doctor is leading the push to get temperature scanners in public places, and one of his first clients is the City of Chicago.
Parents, Educators Gather At City Hall Tuesday For Stand-In For Child Care FundingTen bus-loads of parents and educators will gather at City Hall for a peaceful stand-in Tuesday morning.
Some Lakefront Parks, Libraries, City Hall To Reopen MondayThe Loop will be a bit busier Monday as city services return to business.
Chicago City Clerk's Office To Reopen City Hall Location With Restrictions On MondayThe Chicago City Clerk’s office announced it will be reopening its City Hall location with limited operations on Monday.
Lightfoot: City Of Chicago Employee Dies Of COVID-19"This sobering moment should remind us that the numbers that we report every day are not merely statistics. They are people whose lives have been forever changed and a network of people, connected by crisis, who need us to do everything we can every day to save lives."
Beck, Lightfoot On Stay At Home Order: Citations To Be Issued, Parks Could Be Shut Down"At worst, we will take you into custody."
To Combat Spread Of Coronavirus, Chicago's City Hall Will Be Closed To General Public Starting FridayMayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday night that in an effort to prevent the further spread of coronavirus, City Hall will not be open to the general public effective Friday.
Coronavirus In Chicago: City Procurement Department Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19City officials do not believe the employee caught the COVID-19 virus at work, but have conducted a thorough cleaning and disinfection of the procurement office, the employee's workspace, and common areas of City Hall.
Chicago City Council Meeting Postponed Due To Coronavirus ConcernsChicago's March meetings of the city council and its committees have been postponed for the remainder of the month.
Ald. Burke Trial Date To Be Set In JuneHe's accused of using his position at City Hall to shake down developers for his own benefit.
Some Skepticism On Lightfoot's Budget Proposal"I think this is a budget that we're going to try to see what sticks after it's thrown up against the wall."
Lightfoot: Pot Sales Banned In Downtown ChicagoMayor Lightfoot has divided the city into seven zones for recreational marijuana sales. She said seven dispensaries should be allowed in each zone, but the central business district, including the Mag Mile, should be off limits.