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How many shootings this weekend in Chicago? The newspapers are keeping a running tab .
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration is set to aggressively expand the amount of shelter available to children apprehended at the southern U.S. border, with plans to house as many as 1,000 additional young immigrants in Chicago by the end of this year.
Flashback to 2011. Chicago Now : Several hours ago, Rahm Emanuel was asked about Gery Chico's charge that when Emanuel was informed of scandal on the Freddie Mac board, he sat on his hands and took the cash.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel defended the Chicago Public Schools' use of what some would call a fiscal "gimmick" to balance its $6.8 billion budget for next school year.
A company controlled by conservative industrialists Charles and David Koch might sue Chicago if it does not receive variances from the city's Department of Public Health to leave piles of dirty petroleum coke uncovered for the next four years.
Unlimited money swamps mayors' races From Newark to San Diego, super PAC spending hits local races -- with mixed results.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is in danger of losing his job as the number of shooting fatalities mount in the Windy City.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel listens to speakers during a press conference December 20, 2012, in Chicago.
When one of the world's richest financiers "unilaterally" files for divorce from his high-profile wife, who has a hedge fund of her own, it's bound to get interesting.
As they prepared to bury 11-year-old Shamiya Adams - killed last week by a stray bullet - family members were relieved to hear Thursday that murder charges had been filed against the alleged shooter.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has rethought the way the Chicago Transit Authority will bid out a $2 billion rail car order.
CHICAGO A Chicago teen was arrested and charged with the murder of an 11-year-old girl who was hit by a stray bullet at a sleepover last Friday, the state attorney's office said on Thursday.
Integrys Energy Services is switching Chicagoans to a new rate structure meant to reward customers who use less energy than others.
A former employee of the company that launched Chicago's red light cameras testified Wednesday before a federal grand jury investigating bribery allegations, and he said he recounted a secret meeting atop the John Hancock Center and even answered questions about yellow light times at city intersections.
When Bruce Rauner professed his love for Uber on Tuesday, calling for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn to veto a bill that would impose heavy regulations upon the rapidly growing ride-share start-up, his gushing message signaled progress for the youthful tech-innovation crowd and potential doom for the taxi industry.
I used to hear west-side politicians tell stories about how the winos on skid row would take booze from precinct captains in exchange for a promise to vote the Democratic line.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 08:19 am
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