The fates of municipal IDs, police oversight and aviation security at O’Hare hang in the balance at City Council.
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Chicago Tonight has learned that the city is looking at contingency plans to prevent an early closing of schools.
United Flight 3411 passenger Dr. David Dao was released from the hospital Wednesday night, after being treated for a concussion, broken nose and the loss of two front teeth, according his attorney.
Lawmakers at multiple levels of government are calling for probes into what happened on Sunday night aboard United Airlines flight 3411.
Add another name to the field of Democratic candidates for governor – one that has been long anticipated.
Tuesday marks day two of the semi-annual Cook County tax sale, where those delinquent on their property taxes have their liens sold to private investors, who can then collect massive interest rates. A push to change the system by some public officials has simply raised more questions.
Why Cook County property owners who are eight months delinquent in paying taxes are about to owe major fees to private companies.
The city of Chicago has a fund paid for by big developers that helps subsidize low-income residents who need help paying rent. But is all of that money going where it's supposed to?
Fardon sits down for exclusive first interview since leaving office
Recently departed U.S. Attorney Zachary Fardon, who brought down former House Speaker Dennis Hastert and CPS chief Barbara Byrd-Bennett, joins us for an exclusive interview.
We explore two neighborhoods that are at the epicenter of the gentrification battle, and how elected officials, community groups and developers are waging it.
U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam indicated he supports the measure although he is concerned about the possible impact of the Medicaid rollback. “The Medicaid question, particularly for Illinois, is very challenging,” he said.
Lake Michigan and other Great Lakes could see a substantial amount of federal funding dry up.
The Chicago Bears look to rebound from their miserable 3-13 season when the free agent signing period starts Thursday. And multiple reports say the Bears are all but certain to sign a new quarterback.
House Republicans released their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act on Monday night. How will it impact insurance rates, coverage and Medicaid?
Local reaction was quick and sharp Monday to the president’s revised travel ban. Will it pass constitutional muster?
Why regulators are taking another look at Peoples Gas' expensive plan to overhaul its infrastructure and stick natural gas customers with the bill.
Legislation in Springfield to make gun silencers legal is getting bipartisan support, but gun control advocates warn that legalizing them will make the already dangerous streets of Chicago worse.
Illinois public officials and school districts weigh in on which bathroom or locker room a transgender student should use.
Aldermen say they are prepared to go to battle against the police union to get rid of contract provisions they say lead to a culture of cover-up.