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The Inspector General will be able to investigate "breaches of ethics" but not government efficiency.

Downtown »

A move to raise tobacco taxes and put money toward high-school orientation met resistance.

Logan Square »

CDOT workers removed the free weekend parking signs lining Logan Square boulevards Wednesday.

Downtown »

A letter to the U.S. Department of Justice hit "the culture of abuse, secrecy and deceit" in Chicago.

Downtown »

But Ald. Scott Waguespack (32nd), a vocal opponent of the mayor, said the speech "lacked substance."

Archer Heights »

Alds. Moore and Ramirez-Rosa want the federal probe to also focus on the Emanual administration.

Downtown »

The new rule bans drones flying over 400 feet, near the airports and over private property or people.

Downtown »

The city has already paid a $5 million settlement in the shooting death of Laquan McDonald.

Lincoln Park »

The new law would ban their use over people and private property and set stiff fines for violations.

Lakeview »

Police are investigating a series of fires in Lakeview and North Center.

Downtown »

Budget Director Alexandra Holt estimated a 12.2 percent increase for homeowners.

Downtown »

Ald. Scott Waguespack sponsored a resolution calling for hearings at Wednesday's City Council meeting.

Jefferson Park »

A new law would make it more expensive to build residential projects that need special permission.

Logan Square »

EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Developer of "Logan's Crossing" stripped away the modern look of the huge project.