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From the start, let me just say this: I want Karen Lewis to run for mayor. Heck, I want anyone of substance to oppose Rahm Emanuel in 2015.
The Chicago City Clerk’s office has decided to waive late fees and enforcement of the city sticker deadline an additional day due to computer issues affected local Currency Exchange stores. Several consumers and stores started reporting problems with the city’s computer system, leading to slow transactions Tuesday evening.
Quinn Answers Questions About Embattled Anti-Violence Program Gov. Pat Quinn talks to NBC 5′s Mary Ann Ahern about the anti-violence program being probed on a federal level.
Ald. James Cappleman explores changing parking rules at beach following rowdy Sunday.
Preckwinkle Balks When Asked About Rahm Relationship Mayor Rahm Emanuel walks away from a question about why someone on his campaign staff is e-mailing reporters negative stories about Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle as speculation grows over whether she’ll seek Rahm’s job. NBC 5′s Mary Ann Ahern reports.
Getty Images Carlos Boozer spent four years in a Bulls uniform. The much-maligned Carlos Boozer era as a Chicago Bulls player is officially over.
The Richards Group Many of Chik-fil-A’s ads specifically target fast food consumers who typically eat burgers. Chicago Alderman Wants to Block Chick-fil-A Ald.
Once a venture capitalist, always a venture capitalist. Bruce Rauner, Illinois’ Republican candidate for governor, received $853,450 in campaign donations between July 3-9.
Rep. Smith Found Guilty in Corruption Case A federal jury on Tuesday found Illinois State Rep.
Cheryl Scott forecasts unseasonably cool temperatures Tuesday. Forecast: Feels Like Fall Copy Close Link to this video http://www.nbcchicago.com/video/#!/weather/video/Forecast:-Feels-Like-Fall/267156831 Copy Close Embed this video Replay Waterspouts have been reported along with showers and thunderstorms over the southern portions of Lake Michigan, officials said.