Groundbreaking for Obama presidential center set for Tuesday
The complex will sit on 19 acres of the 540-acre Jackson Park and include a museum, public library branch, athletic center, children's play area and a test kitchen. Obama's presidential papers will be available in digital form.
Mayor: San Antonio superintendent chosen to lead CPS
Martinez previously worked for Chicago Public Schools and replaces interim schools CEO Jose Torres, who had been leading the roughly 350,000-student district after CEO Janice Jackson announced plans to step down in May.
Guilty plea likely from Crestwood mayor in red-light camera corruption probe
Crestwood Mayor Louis Presta was charged with bribery, tax crimes, and lying to agents.
Opinion: It's Long Passed Time to Shrink Chicago's City Council
As we approach the 100th Anniversary of its current format, it's time to make changes and restructure Chicago's City Council.
Attorney Representing Keegan Casteel Releases Statement
Mr. Casteel is the 32-year-old Iowa man arrested and charged with Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon in the W Hotel over the Independence Day weekend.
Opinion: Did Mayor Lightfoot and Superintendent Brown's public comments about Keegan Casteel go too far?
Could those comments put Chicago taxpayers on the hook for a lawsuit?
Opinion: A Day on the DuSable Riverwalk
This is not hard but for every step forward a Chicago politician needs to take two steps back.
Opinion: Lori Lightfoot Jumps the Shark
What, exactly, did you expect from the self-described triple-threat?
Opinion: There Are Only Victims Here
Welcome to another tragedy, brought to you by Chicago leadership. Produced and paid for by the people of Chicago.
Opinion: Dude, Where's My Car?
An unbelievably still growing crime problem that's long since passed so far beyond caricature that only an obscure stoner comedy starring Kelso and Stifler is able to fully quantify the absurdity of the condition it feels like as an audience member watching this city's leadership perform.