City Won't Fight Judge's Order To Release Video Showing White Cop Shooting Black SuspectA Cook County judge has ordered Chicago police to release dashboard camera video of a white officer fatally shooting a black teen last year.
City Council Defies Governor Rauner On Refugee StanceThe resolution reaffirming Chicago’s status as a sanctuary city was unanimously approved after several aldermen offered personal stories of seeking refuge here.
Fire Commissioner: 'Terror Attack In Chicago, A Question Of When, Not If'At a counter-terrorism conference in Chicago on Tuesday, Fire Commissioner Jose Santiago said it is no longer a question of if there will be a terrorist attack on Chicago, but when.
Emanuel Going Ahead With Trip To ParisMayor Rahm Emanuel will travel next month to the City of Lights, in part to show solidarity with the people of France. A global summit on climate change had previously been scheduled.
Emanuel Says Video Of Cop Shooting Suspect Should Be Released -- EventuallyThe video, from 2014, reportedly shows a white police officer shooting a black suspect 16 times. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
On Veterans Day, Senate Candidates Highlight Military TiesVeterans Day celebrations in the Chicago area today were a mix of patriotism and politics.
Trump Makes Springfield Appearance, Fresh Off Hosting 'SNL'Trump was scheduled to speak Monday night at the Prairie Capital Convention Cente
Among His Peers, Fox Lake Cop Joe Gliniewicz Was A Bad Seed Apparently so concerned about the behavior and performance of one of their fellow officers, members of the Fox Lake Police Department wrote an extraordinary anonymous letter to the mayor, detailing myriad misdeeds by Lt. Joe Gliniewicz.
11 Cops Disciplined For Snooping Into Police Report Involving Mayor's SonMayor Emanuel's teen son was outside the family home last December when two teens slugged him and stole his phone.
CTU Promising Strike Vote If CPS Lays Off TeachersThe Chicago Teachers Union is charging that public school students are being held hostage by the continuing budget battle in Springfield.
CPS Warns Of Potential Layoffs As Union Tells Teachers To Prepare For StrikeDrastic cuts leading to teacher layoffs and dramatically higher class sizes could hit Chicago classrooms in the first week of February.
As Feud Expands, Rauner Buys Rahm A Dead FishThe political feud between Chicago's mayor and the state's governor blew up even further on Friday in theatrical fashion.
The Frost Thickens Between Chicago Mayor, Illinois GovernorRahm Emanuel and Bruce Rauner were friends at one point. Maybe not anymore, amid the continuing state budget stalemate.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel Planning To Run For Third TermThe mayor sat down with CBS 2's Chief Correspondent Jay Levine.
City Council Approves Record $588 Million Property Tax HikeThe City Council has approved the largest property tax hike in modern Chicago history, with the vast majority of the new revenue going to shore up police and fire pension funds.