The two mayoral candidates tangled again, this time on WTTW-TV Channel 11's "Chicago Tonight."
Beginning April 1, the Department of Streets and Sanitation will send out its sweeping fleet citywide.
Robert Murphy, who finished second, has promised to hold the alderman accountable.
In a televised debate, John Arena and John Garrido disagreed over a possible property tax hike.
The debt owed for unpaid parking, red-light and speed camera tickets far exceeds that in N.Y. and L.A.
The events will take place April 17 - 19 and feature a concert and a crowd-sourced play.
Lenore Skenazy, founder of the Free-Range Kids movement, will speak Wednesday
Hundreds of runners from all over the city will participate in this year's race in scenic Door County.
Check out stories from across the web that DNAinfo Chicago staffers are reading Monday.
A new high school in Dunning could relieve severe overcrowding at Taft High School.
The mayoral candidate said he would appoint an Aviation Department chief who is "a good listener."
The shooting occurred in the 6300 block of West Belmont Avenue, police said.
Boys and girls can attend sports camp, science camp or take enrichment classes, school officials said.
The council strives to improve civic and social welfare of the community.
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