Chuy Garcia Backs Burke Challenger Tanya PatinoChicago Ald. Ed Burke, who is currently the subject of an FBI investigation, has also been targeted for defeat by Congressmen-elect Chuy Garcia's growing political organization.
New FBI Raid Of Alderman Ed Burke's Office In Chicago City HallThe FBI has once again raided Ald. Ed Burke's office and finance committee office in Chicago City Hall, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Aldermen Fight For Moving Workers' Comp ProgramAld. John Arena of the 45th Ward, with support of other members of the city council's progressive caucus, introduced an ordinance Wednesday to transfer control of the workers comp program from the finance committee to the city's corporation counsel.
Business As Usual For BurkeHe's been investigated for corruption numerous times, but never charged. He is the longest-serving Chicago alderman.
Acero Strikers March To Ald. Burke's OfficeOn the picket line since Tuesday, they're demanding smaller class sizes and wages on par with public school teachers.
Alderman Ed Burke Hosts Fundraiser For Himself As FBI Probe ContinuesUnder Illinois law, $2.4 million of Alderman Burke's campaign funds can be converted to personal use.
Questions Still Swirl Around Ald. Burke's Federal Investigation"In the court of public opinion where public officials have to operate, you're presumed to have done something wrong when there's a raid."
Federal Agents Raid Offices of Ald. BurkeBurke is often referred to as Chicago's most powerful alderman. The windows on the 51st Street side of Burke's headquarters were taped shut with thick brown paper and hand scribbled signs reading office closed.
A Look At Burke's Business Dealings, Including Work For President TrumpBurke stopped doing tax work for Trump in June citing "irreconciable differences." It is not known if Thursday's raid had anything to do with Burke's ties to the White House.
Feds Raid Ald. Edward Burke's City Hall Office, Ward Office; Doors And Windows Covered In Brown PaperFederal agents raided powerful Ald. Edward Burke's offices on Thursday, papering over doors and windows to keep out prying eyes.
City Council Considering Banning 'Cashless' Business OrdinanceThe City Council is considering an ordinance that would bar stores from refusing to accept cash for their goods or services.
Texting While Crossing The Street? It Could Cost YouIf you're not careful, you could be one step away from a big city fine.
City Officials Rededicate Historic Plaque 'Lost' In City Hall StorageOne side commemorates the Wigwam convention hall, while the other commemorates the site of its predecessor, the Sauganash Hotel.
City Seeking To Crack Down On Cell Phone RobberiesA proposed ordinance would require sellers or dealers of used phones to check a database of stolen phones before they could make a sale.
Alderman Asks Cubs Not To Start Own Cable NetworkAld. Edward Burke (14th) is arguing it would prevent many fans from being able to watch the games on TV.