From mayoral elbowing to pandemic Zoom meetings, federal indictments and the Great Exodus, the City Council’s last four years have been quite tumultuous.
Bus and rail jobs are getting filled, but current employees keep leaving, according to new data released this week by the Chicago Transit Authority.
The city beat bids from Atlanta and New York.
District Attorney Alvin Bragg will speak to reporters immediately following the arraignment hearing. This will be the first time Bragg holds a press conference on the case.
The former president will spend Monday night at Trump Tower before his surrender and arraignment on Tuesday, when the historic charges against him will be unsealed.
As both Chicago mayoral candidates traded barbs again at a WBEZ/Chicago Sun-Times/UofC forum, we fact checked repeated claims and criticisms they’ve lobbed.
Federal prosecutors in Chicago played some damaging undercover recordings in their criminal case against four former Commonwealth Edison executives and lobbyists.
Federal prosecutors are giving jurors a lesson in Illinois politics, as they make their case against four former Commonwealth Edison executives and lobbyists.
ComEd bribery trial begins with federal prosecutors telling jurors they will hear over 100 recordings
The opening statements Wednesday kicked off the highly anticipated ComEd bribery trial.
As ComEd bribery trial gets underway, judge reverses course and will allow secret recordings to be released to the media
U.S. District Judge Harry Leinenweber made his new ruling after an earlier decision regarding the recordings, made last week, was challenged by the Chicago Sun-Times and WBEZ.