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L.A. NOWA hearing officer on Monday concluded that voter fraud occurred during Vernon's June City Council election, throwing out seven of the 64 ballots cast and declaring a new winner in the race....
Change of SubjectA roundup of state and local news-review and weekly political chat shows. Descriptions provided by the broadcast outlets in most cases: Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review (WTTW-Ch. 11) Guest host Phil Ponce with Kerry Lester, Daily Herald; Mick Dumke,......
L.A. NOWLos Angeles took its biggest step yet toward luring the NFL back after a 17-year absence, signing off on crucial agreements for a new downtown stadium even as uncertainty continues to shroud the ownership of the company seeking to build......
Change of SubjectNews story: A Chicago alderman once again is threatening to block Chick-fil-A from opening a restaurant in his Northwest Side ward because of the owner's stance against gay marriage — after saying earlier that he had dropped his opposition to......
Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Tuesday that he does not support using eminent domain to seize underwater homes to refinance those mortgages at more affordable terms. He made the statement as Chicago aldermen attended a committee hearing to learn about the...
Clout StreetAld. Sandi Jackson today spoke briefly to reporters but provided scant information about her husband U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s condition or whereabouts since he announced he was on medical leave from Congress. "I think it's important to say that I...
Tags: Voting, Government, Ethics, Values, Rod Blagojevich
Clout StreetAld. Sandi Jackson told reporters today that she won't resign from the City Council unless "something catastrophic happens," that she's not a candidate to replace her husband in Congress and that she's undecided about whether to move back to Chicago...
Tribune reporterAfter rejecting the tearful pleas and angry demands of CTA bus riders to restore routes that were slashed this week, the transit agency’s board on Tuesday approved a big break for commuters who work at O’Hare International Airport. But the...
Police are experimenting with temporary surveillance cameras and new traffic controls to further tame West Newport's infamous Independence Day parties. People on historically rowdy street corners now will be watched from a monitor at City Hall and by...
Tags: Mardi Gras
WGN NEWSA labor contract at O’Hare Airport is going to leave 350 workers out of a job just weeks before Christmas and today, the mayor reacted to his decision to go with a firm mired in controversy. Alleged mob ties and cheap labor are just some of...
Chicago Park District vending machines have ditched their candy bars for granola bars and exchanged fried potato chips for veggie chips. Next year, Chicago Public Schools are scheduled to wave goodbye to sports drinks and hello to machines selling only...
Tribune reportersThe state of Illinois would have to allow ordinary citizens to carry weapons under a federal appeals court ruling issued today, but the judges also gave lawmakers 180 days to put their own version of the law in place. In a 2-1 decision that is a major...
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