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April 10, 2012 @ 11:26 AM

Daley Will Answer Questions About Burge

Fox Chicago/ Former Mayor Richard M. Daley has agreed to be questioned under oath by lawyers suing the city of Chicago over allegations of police torture.
Related:
  • Daley agrees to be questioned under oath about Burge [Sun-Times]
  • Daley will answer questions in police torture case [Chicago Tribune]
  • City lawyers: Daley to give deposition on torture case [WBEZ]



December 12, 2011 @ 7:00 AM

City bicycling conference seeks ideas for improving, promoting sport

Chicago Tribune/

Wielding magic markers and stickers, bike enthusiasts colored in dangerous intersections on the maps and left directions for planners about changes they hope to see to the streetscape during a Saturday event hosted by the Chicago Department of Transportation. Officials will use the input to decide where to put bike lanes and make other street improvements aimed at bike safety.


August 19, 2011 @ 4:22 AM

Emanuel phone poll asks about taxes, Tea Party, Daley and more

Sun-Times/

A new telephone survey from Mayor Rahm Emanuel seeks opinions from Chicago voters on public officials, what to cut, school taxes and more. The survey also asks if Emanuel is “no better than Mayor Daley.”


April 06, 2011 @ 3:47 AM

Election wrap-up: Emanuel not omnipotent

So, it appears that mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel's seemingly unlimited political power does have bounds. Three of the 10 candidates he supported in aldermanic runoffs yesterday went down in flames. 

Now we know: A nod from Rahm is not the same as ... say ... a nod from Mayor Daley. But give the new guy a couple of decades to settle in and then we'll see how he's doing.  Read more...


May 24, 2010 @ 11:39 AM

Supreme Court overturns Fire Department hiring test

The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled today that the Chicago Fire Department illegally discriminated against hundreds of black job applicants.

The fire department's reliance on results from a 1995 civil service exam had a negative “disparate impact” on black applicants. Read more...


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