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1 hr ago | WBEZ-FM Chicago
Lake County, Indiana Commissioner Roosevelt Allen on Thursday speaks against passage of the Illiana Tollway.
Should states lower the drinking age to 18?
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
5 hrs ago | VentureBeat
That number is slowly changing, with school districts realizing that potential employers and universities are aggressively recruiting students with computer science skills.
9 hrs ago | CDS Review
Chicago's Department of Public Health is working with Mayor Rahm Emanuel to discourage the use of menthol-flavored tobacco, especially by minorities and young people.
13 hrs ago | CNN
In the "will he stay or will he go?" saga, a Senior Obama Administration official confirms to CNN that, this time it seems, Pete Rouse really is leaving the administration.
16 hrs ago | CSRwire.com
JPMorgan Chase & Co. today launched an unprecedented five-year, $250 million global workforce readiness and demand-driven training initiative called New Skills at Work.
21 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune
Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday plans to start a 24-hour fast to show support for immigration reform efforts in Washington, D.C. The mayor and some members of the Chicago City Council's Latino Caucus plan to go without food from 7 p.m. Thursday to 7 p.m. Friday.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel fired back at Jon Stewart's criticism of Chicago deep dish pizza.
Chicago is looking good, at least according to Mayor Rahm Emanuel. On Oct. 23, the mayor addressed the city to describe his plans for the 2014 budget, which was approved Nov. 26 in a 45 to 5 city council vote.
I was hoping to bring you the good news that Mayor Emanuel came to his senses and ditched his plan to waste-I mean, spend-at least $18 million to build a school annex in Lincoln Park .
"I am pleased that Chicago has been selected as the future host for the NCAA men's 'Frozen Four' ice hockey championship and the men's gymnastics championships.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Ald. Tom Tunney said the Cubs need to get started on their project to renovate Wrigley Field, now that the City Council has approved several items on the owners' wish list for the project.
Even when I've disagreed with him over his recent comments on transportation and public space issues, I've always used the word "progressive" to describe 32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack, but it might be time to drop that adjective.
Before we turn the calendar to 2014, let's recount some of the most outrageous stories from Chicago in 2013, in no particular order.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that "a surprise outpouring of opposition" has blocked passage of a bill supported by Mayor Rahm Emanuel that would have treated electronic cigarettes like tobacco products.
In this podcast, Mike LaFaive of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy discusses in greater detail his article on the Heartlander titled "A Tax Hike Al Capone Could Have Loved".
Mayor Rahm Emanuel today named Felicia Davis Commissioner of the Department of Buildings.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Divvy, Chicago's bike-share system, launched a new website today to solicit suggestions and feedback from Chicagoans on the locations for the 175 new Divvy stations scheduled to be added to the system in 2014.