Obama’s Presidential Center sailed through the City Council, but plans for a new police academy got left ashore.
It could be very crowded at City Hall on Wednesday. Here’s why.
Through June 5, Chicagoans have a chance to weigh in on what kind of oversight citizens should have over the police.
Cook County budget cuts after the sweetened beverage tax repeal could mean late property tax bills, leaving government budgets in the lurch.
Aldermen this week also face a lot of political drama over a coveted committee post and the race for Cook County Democratic boss.
From a giant O’Hare expansion to a giant public art project, here’s what Chicago aldermen will consider at Wednesday’s City Council meeting.
These obscure groups recently got a lot of attention in the Democratic race for governor. What makes them so important in elections?
The City Council’s Progressive Caucus is leveraging next year’s citywide election to push its agenda.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel faced rare dissent Wednesday when the City Council approved a $5.5 million city subsidy to a Catholic hospital system.
A $5.5 million city subsidy for a Catholic hospital network in Chicago is causing a stir at city hall.