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  • Indicted ex-comptroller got $8,250 payout for unused vacation

    Indicted ex-comptroller got $8,250 payout for unused vacation
    City taxpayers shelled out more than $8,000 to former Chicago Comptroller Amer Ahmad for unused vacation days after he resigned just weeks before he was indicted in an alleged kickback scheme related to his previous government job in Ohio. The city of...
  • Chicago city stickers now on sale

    Chicago city stickers now on sale
    Chicago drivers can now make their annual payment for the privilege of keeping a car in the city. City stickers went on sale this week at City Clerk Susana Mendoza's office, online and at some currency exchanges. The stickers also can be purchased...
  • City dropping red-light camera firm as probe heats up

    City dropping red-light camera firm as probe heats up
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced today he will axe the city’s embattled red-light camera vendor when its contract expires in July, citing new investigative findings that the company gave thousands of dollars in free trips to the former city official who...
  • Markham Roller Rink deal riddled with conflicts of interest

    Markham Roller Rink deal riddled with conflicts of interest
    The Markham Roller Rink was past its prime. The clout-heavy owner struggled to make money and failed to make needed repairs, records show. The rink's appraised market value sat at about half a million dollars — and that was before the real...
  • Council tactician Mell bowing out after nearly 4 decades

    Council tactician Mell bowing out after nearly 4 decades
    Chicago political legends have always been part chess master, part dynasty builder, part street muscle and part colorful scamp, qualities that perfectly define the storied career of Dick Mell, who on Wednesday announced his retirement after nearly four...
  • First speed cameras coming to four city parks this month

    First speed cameras coming to four city parks this month
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new speed cameras will begin issuing their first warning tickets to Chicago motorists this month near four city parks, with at least eight more locations set to go operational in September, the mayor’s office announced...
  • City Hall wants Cubs, rooftop signs deal done by week's end, alderman says

    City Hall wants Cubs, rooftop signs deal done by week's end, alderman says
    City Hall is pressing the Chicago Cubs and the owners of nearby rooftop clubs to reach agreement on a sign deal by week’s end, Ald. Thomas Tunney said today. Such a deal between the Cubs and rooftop owners could be a key component in a proposed...
  • Ald. Sandi Jackson says she won't resign 'unless something catastrophic happens'

    Ald. Sandi Jackson says she won't resign 'unless something catastrophic happens'
    Ald. 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...
  • Indicted ex-aide worked for Emanuel 10 months after FBI interview

    Indicted ex-aide worked for Emanuel 10 months after FBI interview
    Former Chicago Comptroller Amer Ahmad kept working for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s administration for more than 10 months after a meeting in which FBI officials said he lied to them to try to cover up a kickback scheme during his time as Ohio’s...
  • Chicago police union defends request for 12 percent raises over two years

    Chicago police union defends request for 12 percent raises over two years
    City Hall has enough money to give Chicago police officers 12 percent raises over two years and still hire more cops to bolster the size of the force, the head of the city’s Fraternal Order of Police said Thursday in defending the union’s...
  • Red light camera firm admits it likely bribed Chicago official

    Red light camera firm admits it likely bribed Chicago official
    Chicago's embattled red light camera firm went to City Hall on Friday in its latest effort to come clean, acknowledging for the first time that its entire program here was likely built on a $2 million bribery scheme. By its sheer size, the alleged plot...
  • City red-light camera vendor under scrutiny

    City red-light camera vendor under scrutiny
    Prompted by a Tribune investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in Chicago's red-light camera program, an Arizona-based firm has disclosed it paid a $910 luxury hotel tab for the city official in charge of its contract and failed to tell City Hall...