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  • Inspector General: 'My 60 Chicago City Council investigations'

    Inspector General: 'My 60 Chicago City Council investigations'
    In the past 30 years, 32 Chicago aldermen have gone to jail. Clearly there's a desperate need for oversight. When I agreed to police the City Council in 2011 as legislative inspector general I made it clear that I was not going to be a lap dog, despite...
  • Chicago red light camera operators busted

    Chicago red light camera operators busted
    A program that was pitched to us here in Chicago, (with a straight face, no less), by Mayor Rahm Emanuel as 'for the kids' and 'for safety'. When, in fact, it was for the money. Always here for the money. Well, more indictments are coming down on...
  • City announces winners of new 'Fifth Star' cultural awards

    City announces winners of new 'Fifth Star' cultural awards
    Choreographer Lou Conte and pianist Ramsey Lewis are among Chicago arts figures who will receive the first Fifth Star Awards, to be presented by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events at the Pritzker...
  • Activists: South Side hospital patients caught in 'trauma deserts'

    Activists: South Side hospital patients caught in 'trauma deserts'
    For the nearly 2,200 people shot last year in Chicago, getting to a trauma center within minutes was often their best hope of not becoming one of the city's 415 homicide victims. But how fast they received trauma care depended on where in Chicago they...
  • Republican Rauner amasses ranchland in scenic West

     Republican Rauner amasses ranchland in scenic West
    Sitting between two snowcapped mountain ranges, with the Yellowstone River running through wide expanses of ranchland, Bruce Rauner's spread in Montana lies in the middle of one of the most awe-inspiring spots in the American West. While the...
  • Cubs detail Wrigley rehab in 2 phases

    Cubs detail Wrigley rehab in 2 phases
    Once the Cubs finish renovating Wrigley Field, some of the most luxurious seats at the historic stadium may not even come with a view of the field. As part of its four-year, $575 million overhaul of the stadium and surrounding area, the team wants to...
  • Illinois State Police to join CPD in searching for fugitives

    Illinois State Police to join CPD in searching for fugitives
    Chicagoans could soon start seeing a new law enforcement presence in some parts of the city. The Illinois State Police will send 40 troopers to join Chicago police as part of teams that will try to catch fugitives, Gov. Pat Quinn and Mayor Rahm...
  • State, city to rehab homes in Pullman neighborhood

    State, city to rehab homes in Pullman neighborhood
    Historic homes in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood will be rehabbed and financial assistance offered to people to buy them under a $1.9 million plan unveiled Tuesday. Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan said $1.5 million of the funding will...
  • Emanuel asks for help fighting Chicago crime. Good.

    Emanuel asks for help fighting Chicago crime. Good.
    In tacit acknowledgment that Chicago could use some help fighting violent crime, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Wednesday that the city will be getting assistance from state government. Forty Illinois State Police troopers will work with the Chicago...
  • Illinois chamber alum to head logistics panel

    Illinois chamber alum to head logistics panel
    Doug Whitley, former head of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce, was named ¬†executive director of a leadership council that ¬†focuses on improving the movement of goods through the metro area’s transportation system. Whitley will head the Supply...
  • School Chief Candidate, Now In Trouble, Once Rode High On National School-Reform Tide

     School Chief Candidate, Now In Trouble, Once Rode High On National School-Reform Tide
    Terrence P. Carter's chances of becoming New London's superintendent of schools seem remote, now that newspaper disclosures have sparked an investigation into whether he misrepresented his education credentials in past years and copied others' published...