CHICAGO (CBS) – The longest-serving inmate in the Illinois prison system must stay behind bars for at least another year, after he was again denied parole on Thursday. 124 more words
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CHICAGO (CBS) – If you’ve ever been confused by Chicago’s residential parking system, or gotten a ticket when you parked on a zoned street, City Clerk Susana Mendoza hopes you’ll appreciate a new addition to her website. 218 more words
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s a reason New York is the city that doesn’t sleep: noise.
There are trucks, sirens and, of course, jackhammers.
Now the city is working to change its regulations to make jackhammer noise a little more bearable, WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell reported. 225 more words
CHICAGO (CBS) – Mayoral challenger Willie Wilson is criticizing Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s efforts to challenge the nominating petitions he filed to get on the ballot for mayor in the 2015 election. 358 more words
Charlie Brennan - December 18 - CBS White House Correspondent Peter Maer; Gig Gwin on Travel to Cuba; Charles Claggett on Max Starkloff and the Fight For Disability Rights
Charlie and Debbie with CBS Radio News White House Correspondent Peter Maer on his upcoming retirement after 30 years with CBS.
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