The Chicago mayor expressed concern that LGBTQ rights could be targeted next after a leaked draft opinion suggested abortion rights could be thrown out.
Chicago's mayor is fretting about the fate of employees at two Whole Foods slated to be shuttered, one of which is in a low-income area.
"How could you possibly even consider running for re-election as mayor of the city of Chicago after all the harm you've caused?" one reporter asked Lightfoot.
Thousands of the $50 public transit and $150 gas cards will be distributed to Chicago residents through a lottery system in the coming months.
Candidates with certain military or social service experience will no longer need to complete 60 hours of college credit.
"I have the biggest d**k in Chicago," the mayor allegedly said when discussing a deal that would allow a statue to be displayed in a parade.
Starting Monday, Chicago will no longer require masks in most public settings, and bars, restaurants and gyms will not have to require proof of vaccination.
Jesse Sharkey's decision comes after the latest major dispute between the teachers' union and Chicago Public Schools, which resulted in a five-day standoff last month.
"In the eyes of many around our city, and our country, we succeeded," Chicago Teachers Union President Jesse Sharkey wrote in a statement on Wednesday.
"There's no amount of money that will right this wrong," Anjanette Young told Gayle King about being handcuffed naked during a botched police raid.
"This is not Chicago, this is New York, where we are communicating with each other because we're both emotionally intelligent," Adams said.
Chicago's school nurses are eager to mitigate virus spread with new COVID resources, but many wonder who but them will conduct ramped-up testing and tracing.
If the deal fails to pass a full union vote, the CTU's governing body will have to decide if the remote work action will resume and shift students back online.
Students, who missed five days of classes, returned to school on Wednesday after a tentative deal was reached between the district and the union.
Leaders of the Chicago Teachers Union approved a plan over COVID safety protocols, ending a dispute that canceled classes for five days.
Disruptions in Chicago public schools continued for a second week amid a dispute about remote learning and COVID-19 safeguards.
The Chicago Teachers Union and school officials are expected to make a deal soon after the union voted to return to remote teaching.
In-mail COVID tests kits for CPS students were piled up at FedEx dropboxes last week and couldn't reach labs due to weather conditions and holiday break.
One parent said the local teachers' union was "completely reckless" to force the entire district to switch to remote learning.
Chicago Public Schools failed to reach an agreement with the teachers union over remote learning and COVID-19 safety protocols.
The Chicago Teacher's Union voted in favor of a return to remote learning, causing Chicago Public Schools to cancel classes on Wednesday.
"It's the crime. It's out of control," Keith A. Thornton, Jr. said during an appearance on 'Fox & Friends First.'
The mayor of Chicago announced anyone entering a venue in the city serving food and beverages will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
A Chicago City Council committee recommended a multimillion-dollar settlement for Anjanette Young, which the full council will consider on Wednesday.
"A city that I love and everybody loves to come to is going to be a desert if they don't stop this," the owner of the dealership said.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said: "Some of the retailers downtown in Michigan Avenue, I will tell you, I'm disappointed that they are not doing more to take safety and make it a priority."
Mayor Lori Lightfoot pledged to take the matter back to court if the police union takes "further action toward encouraging an illegal work stoppage or strike."
"I will have my vindication when I tell her (Mayor Lightfoot) to get the hell out of my office and give me the keys in 2023," John Catanzara said.
Kempczinski wrote that "the parents failed" 7-year-old Jaslyn Adams, who was killed at a McDonald's drive-thru, and 13-year-old Adam Toledo, who was killed by police.
"If you're not being treated well, we'll treat you better here, you can fill important needs for us," the GOP governor said Sunday.