An Executive Order created to support victims of alleged police misconduct went into effect Sunday in Chicago.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Wednesday announced a series of reforms to the city’s search warrant policies.
Chicago restaurants have upped the pressure on City Hall, saying they need more diners inside within days.
As of Monday, the speed cameras across the city are programmed to ticket drivers for going as little as six miles per hour over the posted limits. The fine is $35.
With 2,400 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases announced on Friday statewide, including 55 additional deaths, Mayor Lightfoot says the time is now. We must all get vaccinated.
The city of Chicago will begin issuing tickets to motorists who are speeding six to 10 mph over the speed limit in Automated Speed Enforcement zones starting Monday.
Will concerts be back this summer? The Chicago Police Department is reportedly preparing for a return to normalcy this summer, including prepping for large scale events.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot was caught muttering profanity on a hot mic during Wednesday’s City Council meeting.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot signed a measure Tuesday strengthening Chicago’s sanctuary policies by removing exceptions where local police can cooperate with federal immigration authorities.
Ald. Ray Lopez (15th) returns to Good Day Chicago to explain why he seeks to strip Mayor Lightfoot from her emergency coronavirus powers and return to "governance as normal."
A social worker who endured a botched raid conducted by Chicago police officers in 2019 has sued the city, alleging officials engaged in a conspiracy to cover up civil rights violations.
FOX 32's Joanie Lum reports...
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot spent millions of dollars in federal COVID-19 relief money on the personnel costs for the police department, the city’s budget office revealed Wednesday.
Restrictions on indoor service at Chicago bars and restaurants were eased Tuesday with Mayor Lori Lightfoot announcing expanded capacity due to the city's progress in curbing the spread of COVID-19.
City and county officials announced Thursday that they will not be widening the pool of those eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine under Phase 1B, citing a "very limited" supply.
Chicago parents Willie and Brittany Preston have spent nearly a year wrestling with online school schedules for their six children, often with everyone hovered over devices around the dining room table.
Leaders of the Chicago Teachers Union agreed Monday to let thousands of union members vote on a proposed deal to get students back into classes.
CPS originally planned on welcoming K-8 children back for in-person learning this past Monday but has kept pushing back that date, as the union has instructed teachers to continue working remotely during negotiations.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot demanded Thursday that the city’s teacher’s union reach agreement on COVID-19 safety protocols by the end of the day and bring students back to the classroom, but did not say what she would do if that doesn’t happen.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Tuesday blamed former President Donald Trump for the current impasse between the city’s public schools and teachers union.